Student Government Association
The Student Government Association, located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, is the voice of students, promoting cooperation and communication with the faculty, administration, the Auburn City Council and the state legislature, as well as the social and academic life of Auburn students.
University Program Council
The University Program Council, located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, is a student-led programming board consisting of 11 committees that bring a variety of events to Auburn’s campus. These events are planned and executed by students for students. There are six programming committees and five support committees. There is also an advisor, two graduate assistants, and an administrative support associate that provide support for UPC.
The Office of Greek Life, located in suite 1115 of the Student Center, serves as an advocate and resource for the Greek community and provides students with opportunities for personal growth and development. The Office of Greek Life represents the Interfraternity Council, the National Pan-Hellenic Council, and Panhellenic Council.
Black Student Union
Located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, the Black Student Union at Auburn University represents the interests and concerns of Black students and brings together all aspects of Black student life for the purpose of improving the campus environment. BSU also encourages involvement of Black students in all campus activities, discourages and abates institutional acts and symbols of racism, and promotes the Auburn Spirit and tradition of excellence. The Black Student Union heightens awareness and friendship between races.
Center for Community Service
Located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, the Center for Community Service promotes community service on campus and in the Auburn & Opelika community, domestically, and internationally by providing a variety of programs, events, and continuous projects throughout the school year. The goal is to bridge students with community organizations to display their talents, interests, and desire for volunteering.
Center for Leadership & Ethics
The Center for Leadership and Ethics, located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, provides opportunities for Auburn students to enhance their leadership development. The center’s goal is to offer a menu of services with something for any student seeking to be a better leader.
International Student Organization
The mission of the International Student Organization, located in suite 3130 of the Student Center, is to improve multinational understanding and promote relationships between people of different cultures. The ISO also helps ease the process of adaptation for international students. The organization actively promotes diversity and beneficial interaction between the international students and American Students.
WEGL FM 91.1
WEGL FM 91.1, located in suite 1105 of the Student Center, is a Class A, non-commercial, FM, College radio station. The radio station’s programming is broadcast at 3,000 watts from a tower situated atop Auburn University’s tallest building, Haley Center.
The Glomerata is Auburn University's official yearbook. Preserving Auburn's memories since 1897, The Glom is one of the largest and most sought after collegiate publications in the Southeast. The 400-page all-color book is distributed every spring to Auburn University students. The Glomerata office is located in suite 1111 of the Student Center.
The Auburn Plainsman
The Auburn Plainsman , located in suite 1111 of the Student Center, is Auburn University’s official student newspaper, serving as the primary print news and information source for Auburn University’s student, staff and administrative population. The Plainsman promotes the highest standards of journalism while endeavoring to be an award-winning student publication and serving as a learning laboratory for journalism, marketing, graphic art and photography students. To this end, The Auburn Plainsman continually strives to adapt to the changing technology required for the production of a professional and successful newspaper by providing state-of-the-art equipment and facilities of the highest quality.
The Auburn Circle
The Auburn Circle is Auburn University's student run literary magazine. Published once each semester, the Circle features student created work, including fiction, non-fiction, poetry, art, photography, graphic design, and more. The office is located in suite 1111 of the Student Center.
Eagle Eye TV
Eagle Eye TV is Auburn's student run television station, offering students hands-on experience in a competitive industry. The station runs seven shows per week, each produced for the students, by the students. Eagle Eye has alumni in all fields of the industry, at companies including ESPN, NBC, CBS, Fox News, CNN, Nickelodeon, The Weather Channel, WSFA 12 News, WTVM News Leader 9, WHNT, and many more. The station is located in suite 1105 of the Student Center.