Auburn Main Campus/AAES/ACES Compliance Partners

Student Academic Honesty

Concerns about plagiarism, copying, use of unauthorized material during testing, altering or misusing documents for academic excuses, cheating; etc.
Contact:

AU Office of Undergraduate Studies
209 Samford Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849


Student Academic Grievances

Errors in calculations or recording of grades; failure of faculty member to follow University policies in the conduct of classes or examinations; capricious, unreasonable, intimidating, or arbitrary actions that harm the student's performance; etc.
Contact:

AU Student Academic Grievance Committee


Misrepresentation of Academic Credentials

Misrepresentation of credentials used in obtaining employment or admission to an educational program at the University.
Contact:

AU Office of the Provost
(Faculty Positions, Students)
208 Samford Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Email: provost@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-5773
Provost Office Website


Human Resouces
(Administrative/Professional, Staff Positions)
Email: ksm0010@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4145
HR Website


Student Grade/Academic Transcripts

Misreporting or inappropriate changing of student grade reporting forms, computer databases or academic transcripts.
Contact

AU Office of the Registrar
152 South College St.
Auburn, Ala. 36849-5146
Phone: 334-844-2544
email: regatau@auburn.edu

NCAA rules violations, including, but not limited to fraudulent activities designed to influence the outcome of sporting activities, such as gambling; improper giving or gifts; misuse of assets, players or endorsements; recruiting misconduct; scholarship/financial aid misconduct; sexual misconduct; substance abuse
Contact:

Auburn Athletics Compliance
392 S. Donahue Drive
Auburn, AL 36849

According to Federal law, specifically the Clery Act, Auburn University is required to annually disclose campus safety policies and statistics concerning the occurrence of certain crimes reported to the local police agency or any official of the institution who has ''significant responsibility for student and campus activities'' (also known as Campus Security Authorities). If you have questions regarding Clery compliance, please contact:

Director, Campus Safety Compliance
Susan McCallister
Email:mccalsm@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4876
Public Safety Website

Trustees

Concerns related to violations of conflict of interest policies governing members of the Board of Trustees
Contact:

Secretary to the Board of Trustees
105 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849


Research

Concerns related to violations of conflict of interest policies governing research.
Contact:

Office of Research Compliance/COI
Research & Innovation Center

540 Devall Dr.
Auburn, AL 36849


Non-Research Employee Conflicts of Interest

Contact:
Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: coi@auburn.edu
OACP Website


Third Party non-University employees (e.g. Contractors, Consultants, Vendors, etc.)

Contact:
Procurement & Business Services
311 Ingram Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Email: kennem1@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-7771
PBS Website

Contact the Police, if the situation presents an immediate threat to life or property
Emergency - 911

If reporting information related to criminal activity that has already taken place, or may take place in the near future, Contact:

City of Auburn Police Department
141 N. Ross Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Phone: (334) 501-3100

Department of Campus Safety and Security
543 W Magnolia Avenue
Auburn, AL 36849

In Auburn, contact Auburn Police if you are threatened or feel unsafe.
Emergency -- 911
Non-Emergency -- (334) 501-3100

 Americans With Disabilities Act

Auburn University Faculty, staff, and visitors in need of accommodations for disabilities should contact the Office of AA/EEO at 844-4794 for assistance. Students who wish to request accommodations should contact the Office of Accessibility at 844-2096.

Auburn University policies prohibits discrimination based on disability in employment ((PDF) Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, (PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Employees) and in participation in educational activities ((PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Students).

Contact:

AU Director, Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
317 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5147


 Discrimination

AU Faculty, staff, and students who feel they have been treated unfairly based on protected class should contact the Office of AA/EEO, which has responsibility for investigating such matters.

Auburn University policies prohibit discrimination based on protected class in employment ((PDF) Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, (PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Employees) and in participation in educational activities ((PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Students).

Contact:

AU Director, Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
317 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5147
Email: taylokg@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4794
AAEEO Website


Retaliation

AU Faculty, staff, and students who feel they have been treated unfairly for registering an EEO complaint or participating in a complaint investigation should notify the Office of AA/EEO, which has responsibility for investigating such matters.

Auburn University policies prohibit retaliation for alleging discrimination or harassment in employment ((PDF) Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, (PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Employees) and in participation in educational activities ((PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Students).

Contact:

AU Director, Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
317 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5147
Email: taylokg@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4794
AAEEO Website


Sexual Harassment

AU Faculty, staff, and students who feel they have been harassed in connection with their work or education based on sex or any other basis prohibited by University policy should contact the Office of AA/EEO, which serves as the University's Title IX Coordinator, and has responsibility for investigating such matters.

Auburn University policies prohibit protected-class harassment in employment ((PDF) Equal Employment Opportunity Policy, (PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Employees) and in participation in educational activities ((PDF) Policy Regarding Prohibited Harassment of Students).

Contact:

Director, Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
317 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5147
Email: taylokg@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4794
AAEEO Website


Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Assault

Auburn University prohibits sexual misconduct against students, which encompasses a broad range of prohibited behavior including sexual assault. Individuals who feel they have been subjected to sexual misconduct should contact the Office of AA/EEO, which serves as the University's Title IX Coordinator, and has responsibility for investigating such matters.

Auburn University policy prohibits sexual misconduct and assault against students: (PDF) Policy on Sexual and Gender-Based Misconduct and Other Forms of Interpersonal Violence

Contact:

Director, Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity & Title IX Coordinator
317 James E. Foy Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849-5147
Email: taylokg@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4794
AAEEO Website

Federal regulations require the University to provide contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting agency and with its State approval or licensing entity. Individuals may file complaints regarding a violation of state consumer protection laws, including but not limited to fraud and false advertising; a violation of state law or rule relating to the licensure of postsecondary institutions; and/or complaints relating to the quality of education or other state or accreditation requirements.

Dr. Maria Witte
Associate Dean
Auburn University Graduate School
104B Hargis Hall, Auburn, AL 36849

Accounting, auditing, and internal control issues; donor stewardship, employee theft, revenue/expense misstatement.

Contacts:

Controller/Financial Reporting
127 Ingram Hall
Auburn University, AL
36849-5161
Phone: (334) 844-5588
Financial Reporting Website

Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
304 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: oacp@auburn.edu
OACP Website


Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS)

Concerns related to Auburn's implementation of the PCI-DSS and payment card security.

Contact:

Office of Cash Management
120 O.D. Smith Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-8190
Cash Management Website

Compensation/Benefits

Concerns related to Auburn's implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act (minimum wage; overtime; child labor) and Equal Pay Act
Contacts:

Office of Payroll & Employee Benefits
1550 East Glenn Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849


Employment

Concerns related to Auburn's implementation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Immigration Reform and Control (eligibility to work in US and compliance with I-9 requirements).

Office of Payroll & Employee Benefits
1550 East Glenn Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4145
Human Resources Website

Computer/Information Technology Breach

A computer/data breach is any incident in which sensitive or confidential data are exposed, or are at risk of exposure to unauthorized persons. The AU Information Security Incident Response Team (ISIRT) is designated to lead response to all information security incidents on campus. We cannot overstate how critical information security is to the University. Compromised data or information can lead to severe financial losses and damage to our good name and reputation, adversely affecting students, faculty, collaborators in business, industry, and government, and researchers.

Contacts:

AU Information Security Incident Response Team (ISIRT)
Email: infosec@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-0888
ISIRT Website


Copyright and other Digital Millennium Copyright Act Infringements

Concerns about perceived illegal uploading and downloading of copyrighted works
Contact:

AU Office of Chief Information Officer
300 Lem Morrison Drive
Auburn, AL 36849


Abuse, Violations of IT Policies

Contact:

AU OIT Help Desk
RBD Library


Scams, phishing, and other attempts to steal credentials (User Name, passwords, SSN, etc.)

Contact:

AU Cyber Security
AU OIT Building

Any unauthorized or inappropriate use, Misappropriation or disclosure of intellectual property belonging to the University or any University's customer, supplier or business partner, including without limitation, any intellectual property protected under any U.S. or other laws relating to copyrights, patents, or trade secrets.

The IP Exchange
570 Devall Drive, Suite 102
Auburn, Alabama 36832
Email: ott@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-4977
IAC Website

Office of Trademark Management & Licensing
105 OD Smith Hall
Auburn, AL 36849

Federal Education Privacy Act (FERPA)

Questions or concerns about Auburn's implementation of FERPA, and release and access to student education records.
Contact:

Office of the Registrar
152 South College St.
Auburn, Ala. 36849-5146
Phone: (334) 844-2544
email: regatau@auburn.edu


Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Concerns related to privacy, security and confidentiality of protected health information required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) should be made in writing to the Auburn University Privacy Officer. The Privacy Officer will investigate all complaints in a timely manner and provide a written determination to the parties involved.
Contact:

Audit, Compliance & Privacy
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4319
email: privacy@auburn.edu
OACP Website

Animal Research

Any instance of violation of laws or policies regarding the ethical care and use of animals.
Contact:

Research & Innovation Center
540 Duvall Dr.
Auburn, AL 36849


Human Subject Research Non-Compliance

Violation of laws or policies relating to research involving human beings. Examples include failure to obtain appropriate approval from the Institutional Review Board, failure to adhere to research protocols, not obtaining informed consent, failure to promptly report adverse reactions.
Contact:

Office of Research Compliance/IRB
Research & Innovation Center
540 Duvall Dr.
Auburn, AL 36849


Research Misconduct

Fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices that seriously deviate from those commonly accepted within the academic community for proposing, conducting, and reporting on research.
Contact:

Responsible Conduct of Research (RCR)
Office of Sponsored Programs
540 Duval Drive
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: 334-844-5966
Fax: (334) 844-4391
email:coiadmin@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-5966
Responsible Conduct of Research Website


Grant Management/Misappropriation of Cost

Unallowable or questionable expenditures or cost transfers to government grants, contracts, or other agreements. Any expenditures or cost transfers that may be in violation of OMB Circular A-21.
Contacts:

Contracts and Grants Accounting
208 M. White Smith Hall
381 Mell Street
Auburn University, AL 36849-5110
Phone: (334) 844-4847
C&G Accounting Website

Internal Audit
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: oacp@auburn.edu
OACP Website


Export Control Issues

Transfers of controlled information, including technical data, to persons and entities outside the United States; Shipment of controlled physical items, such as scientific equipment, that require export licenses from the U.S. to a foreign country; Verbal, written, electronic, and/or visual disclosures of controlled scientific and technical information related to export controlled items to foreign persons in the United States; and Provision of services to or conducting financial transactions with an embargoed or boycotted country, restricted individuals, or entities.
Contacts:

Office of Research Security Compliance
Facility Security/Export Compliance Officer
1418 Wiggins Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
email:tan0005@auburn.edu
Phone: (334) 844-5962
RSCO Website

It is the policy of Auburn University that a safe and healthful environment will be provided its faculty, staff, students, and campus visitors. A basic tenet of this policy is the anticipation that each individual will act in a safe and responsible manner. The University has established written procedures and guidance documents to assist individuals in meeting their responsibilities.

(PDF) AU Health and Safety Policy (BOT D-1)



 Environmental & Hazardous Materials Issues

Contact:

Thomas McCauley
Risk Management and Safety
RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4870
email: mccautp@auburn.edu
RMS Website


 Asbestos and Lead Paint

Contact:

Thomas Hodges
Risk Management and Safety
RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 703-7511
E-Mail: hodgetf@auburn.edu
RMS Website


 Laboratory Safety/Research Issues

Contact:

Dr. Catherine Situma
Risk Management and Safety
RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 740-9711
E-Mail: cns0013@auburn.edu
RMS Website


Radioactive Materials

Contact:

David Acker
Risk Management and Safety

RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 703-1471
E-Mail:dda0002@auburn.edu
RMS Website


(PDF) Policy – AU Sustainability Policy

 Unsafe Conditions

Concerns regarding safety and health. Examples include: Slipping or tripping hazards, poorly maintained equipment or machinery, unsafe use of golf carts, exposure to hazardous chemicals, poor air quality, discomfort or pain due to improper office work station setup, or inadequate supervisory oversight or directive that places students or employees in potential danger.
Contact:


Risk Management and Safety
RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4640
RMS Website


Life Safety/Fire Code Issues

Concerns related to unsafe physical conditions or potential hazards in University buildings or grounds that may pose a danger to individuals or property. Examples include: tampering with fire alarms or sprinkler systems, overloaded electrical outlets and blocked exits or stairways.

Contacts:


Risk Management and Safety
RMS Building #9
1161-Z W Samford Ave.
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 740-8727

RMS Website

The AU Office of Student Conduct implements the Code of Student Discipline and is responsible for adjudicating non-academic violations of University policy. The office provides a fair, impartial and educational student conduct process for students and student organizations charged with violations.

Contact:

Student Conduct
Student Center, Suite 3231
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-1305
Student Conduct Website

The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements. Auburn University maintains a webpage with links to required public disclosures.

Contact:

Office of the Provost
208 Samford Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849

The act of stealing; specifically, taking or removing of University or another's personal property. Also relates to theft of intangible property and the improper disposal of University owned equipment.
Contacts:

City of Auburn Police Department
141 N. Ross Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Phone: (334) 501-3100

Department of Campus Safety and Security
543 W Magnolia Avenue
Auburn, AL 36849

Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
304 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: oacp@auburn.edu
OACP Website

Threat or violence as an expression of injury or damage to a person or their property.

Contact the Police, if the situation presents an immediate threat to life or property
Emergency - 911

Contact:

City of Auburn Police Department
141 N. Ross Street
Auburn, AL 36830
Phone: (334) 501-3100

Department of Campus Safety and Security
543 W Magnolia Avenue
Auburn, AL 36849

Threat Assessment Team

AUM Compliance Partners

Any form of unethical behavior that violates the integrity of the academic process such as cheating, plagiarism, bestowing or seeking academic favors or advancement on the basis of friendship or gifts, concealing conflicts of interest, or deliberate failure to meet professional obligations.

Student Academic Honesty/Academic Grievances

Concerns about plagiarism, copying, use of unauthorized material during testing, altering or misusing documents for academic excuses, cheating; etc.
Contact:

Dr. Matt Ragland
103 Administration Bldg.
Auburn University at Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: mragland@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3138

Misrepresentation of credentials used in obtaining employment or admission to an educational program at the University.
Contact:

AUM Office of the Provost
(Faculty Positions, Students)
119 Administration Bldg.
Auburn University at Montgomery, AL 36117

Phone: (334) 244-3600


Human Resouces
(Administrative/Professional, Staff Positions)

Misreporting or inappropriate changing of student grade reporting forms, computer databases or academic transcripts.
Contact

AUM Office of the Registrar
Taylor Center
Auburn University at Montgomery, AL 36117

NCAA rules violations, including, but not limited to fraudulent activities designed to influence the outcome of sporting activities, such as gambling; improper giving or gifts; misuse of assets, players or endorsements; recruiting misconduct; scholarship/financial aid misconduct; sexual misconduct; substance abuse
Contact:

AUM Athletics Compliance
7031 Senators Drive
Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: achilde1@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3152
AUM Athletics Website

According to Federal law, specifically the Clery Act, AUM is required to annually disclose campus safety policies and statistics concerning the occurrence of certain crimes reported to the local police agency or any official of the institution who has ''significant responsibility for student and campus activities'' (also known as Campus Security Authorities). If you have questions regarding Clery compliance, please contact:

Director, Police Operations
Brenda Mitchell

Trustees

Concerns related to violations of conflict of interest policies governing members of the Board of Trustees
Contact:

Secretary to the Board of Trustees
105 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849


Research

Concerns related to violations of conflict of interest policies governing research.
Contact:

Research Administration
Tracy Louder - Director
Email:tlouder@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3865
AUM Sponsored Programs
Debra Tomblin - Program Manager
Email:dtomblin@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3250


 

Non-Research Employee Conflicts of Interest

Contact:
Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
304 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: coi@auburn.edu
OACP Website


Third Party non-University employees (e.g. Contractors, Consultants, Vendors, etc.)

Contact:
Ashley Brewer
Procurement
Email: abrewer3@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3654

Contact the Police, if the situation presents an immediate threat to life or property
Emergency - 911

If reporting information related to criminal activity that has already taken place, or may take place in the near future, Contact:

AUM Police Department
287 Taylor Center
Phone: (334) 244-3424
AUM Police Department Website

Americans With Disabilities Act

Contact:

AUM Director, Center for Disability Services
Taylor Center 147
7430 East Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: cds@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3907



Discrimination/ Retaliation / Sexual Harassment / Sexual Misconduct and Sexual Assault 

Contact:

AUM Dean of Students, Diversity & Inclusion
Taylor Center 163
7430 East Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: josh.roberts@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3028

Federal regulations require the University to provide contact information for filing complaints with its accrediting agency and with its State approval or licensing entity. Individuals may file complaints regarding a violation of state consumer protection laws, including but not limited to fraud and false advertising; a violation of state law or rule relating to the licensure of postsecondary institutions; and/or complaints relating to the quality of education or other state or accreditation requirements. Contact:

AUM Provost Office
P.O. Box 244023
Montomery, AL 36124

Accounting, auditing, and internal control issues; donor stewardship, employee theft, revenue/expense misstatement.

Contacts:

Controller and Financial Services
Christopher White
Phone: (334) 244-3255
cwhite5@aum.edu

Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: oacp@auburn.edu
OACP Website


Payment Card Industry Data Security Standards (PCI-DSS)

Concerns related to Auburn's implementation of the PCI-DSS and payment card security.

Contact:

Office of Cash Management
120 O.D. Smith Hall
Auburn University, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-8190
Cash Management Website

Compensation/Benefits

Concerns related to AUM's implementation of the Affordable Care Act, Family Medical Leave Act, Fair Labor Standards Act (minimum wage; overtime; child labor) and Equal Pay Act
Contacts:

Human Resources
9th Floor Library Tower
Phone: (334) 244-3641


Employment

Concerns related to AUM's implementation of the Fair Credit Reporting Act and Immigration Reform and Control (eligibility to work in US and compliance with I-9 requirements).

Human Resources
9th Floor Library Tower
Phone: (334) 244-3641
email: hr@aum.edu
Human Resources Website

Computer/Information Technology Breach / Phishing / Scams /IT Policy

A computer/data breach is any incident in which sensitive or confidential data are exposed, or are at risk of exposure to unauthorized persons. AUM's Information Security Professionals are designated to lead response to all information security incidents on campus. We cannot overstate how critical information security is to the University. Compromised data or information can lead to severe financial losses and damage to our good name and reputation, adversely affecting students, faculty, collaborators in business, industry, and government, and researchers.

Contacts:

AUM Information Security Team


Copyright and other Digital Millennium Copyright Act Infringements

Concerns about perceived illegal uploading and downloading of copyrighted works
Contact:

AUM Collections Department Librarian
P.O. Box 244023
Montgomery, AL 36124-4023
Phone: (334) 244-3276
rbest@aum.edu

Federal Education Privacy Act (FERPA)

Questions or concerns about AUM's implementation of FERPA, and release and access to student education records.
Contact:

AUM Registrar
Tayor Center

Phone: (334) 244-3212
email: registrar@aum.edu


Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA)

Concerns related to privacy, security and confidentiality of protected health information required by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA) should be made in writing to the Auburn University Privacy Officer. The Privacy Officer will investigate all complaints in a timely manner and provide a written determination to the parties involved.
Contact:

Audit, Compliance & Privacy
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4319
email: privacy@auburn.edu
OACP Website

Animal Research

Any violation of laws or policies regarding the ethical care and use of animals
Contact:

Matt Ragland


Human Subject Research Non-Compliance

Violation of laws or policies involving human beings. Examples include failure to obtain appropriate approval from the Institutional Review Board, failure to adhere to research protocols, not obtaining informed consent, failure to promptly report adverse reactions.
Contact:

AUM Institutional Review Board


Research Misconduct

Fabrication, falsification, plagiarism, or other practices that seriously deviate from those commonly accepted within the academic community for proposing, conducting, and reporting on research:

Debra Tomblin
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs


Grant Management/Misappropriation of Cost

Unallowable or questionable expenditures or cost transfers to government grants, contracts, or other agreements. Any expenditures or cost transfers that may be in violation of OMB Circular A-21

Debra Tomblin
Office of Research and Sponsored Programs


Internal Audit
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL
36849
email:oacp@auburn.edu
Phone: 334-844-4389
OACP Website

It is the policy of the Auburn University Board of Trustees that a safe and healthful environment will be provided its faculty, staff, students, and campus visitors. A basic tenet of this policy is the anticipation that each individual will act in a safe and responsible manner. The University has established written procedures and guidance documents to assist individuals in meeting their responsibilities.

(PDF) AU Health and Safety Policy (BOT D-1)

For concerns about Safety, Health and Environmental Issues contact Risk Management and Safety
RMS Website

 

Contact:

Office of Student Diversity, Equity and Inclusion
Taylor Center 163
7430 East Drive, Montgomery, AL 36117
Email: diversity@aum.edu
Phone: (334) 244-3435

The Higher Education Act of 1965 (HEA), as amended by the Higher Education Opportunity Act of 2008 (HEOA), includes many disclosure and reporting requirements. Auburn University maintains a webpage with links to required public disclosures.

Contact:

Institutional Effectiveness

The act of stealing; specifically, taking or removing of University or another's personal property. Also relates to theft of intangible property and the improper disposal of University owned equipment.
Contacts:

AUM Police Department
287 Taylor Center
Phone: (334) 244-3414


Office of Audit, Compliance & Privacy
307 Samford Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
Phone: (334) 844-4389
email: oacp@auburn.edu
OACP Website

Threat or violence as an expression of injury or damage to a person or their property.

Contact the Police, if the situation presents an immediate threat to life or property
Emergency - 911

Contact:

AUM Police Department
287 Taylor Center
Phone: (334) 244-3414
Last updated: 01/12/2023