Parent Resources

Academic and Personal Support Services

  • COSAM Drop-In Center
    Help in biology, chemistry, mathematics, and physics is available in rooms 226 and 228 of the Sciences Center Classroom building. For additional information about the schedule call 334-844-4663 or go to
  • Study Partners
    Study Partners is Auburn's official peer tutoring program and is located in the Learning Commons on the 2nd floor of the Ralph Draughon Library. Tutoring services are available for the fall and spring terms. Call 334-844-5702 for more information, or to schedule an appointment go to
  • Supplemental Instruction (SI)
    This program targets traditionally difficult courses. It offers regularly scheduled, collaborative, peer-directed review sessions. The review sessions are led by SI leaders who attend and take notes in these classes. For additional information, please go to or call 334-844-5792. Available in all sections of BIOL 1020/1030 and CHEM 1030/1040.
  • Tutoring in COSAM
    Tutors for hire (not a free service) are available for physics, math and chemistry classes. Please contact the Student Services office in 239 Sciences Center Classroom Building for a current list.
  • Math Help
    Please contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for information regarding math workshops and tutoring programs. They are located in 221 Parker Hall or call 334-844-4920
  • Miller Writing Center
    The Miller Writing Center is located in six location on campus, including the Learning Commons in the RBD Library. They are available for both appointments and walk-ins. Students receive help in organizing and outlining their thoughts or polishing a paper before it's turned in. Contact them at the Learning Commons in the RBD LIbrary at 334-844-7482, or by email at
  • Academic Support Services
    Academic Support is designed to assist students in refining and strengthening the academic skills necessary for success at Auburn University. Services include academic counseling and coaching, Study Partners and Supplemental Instruction, as well as many others. To get more information call 334-844-5972 or go to
  • Career Center
    The Career Center is located in 303 Mary Martin Hall. For more information call 334-844-4744 or go to They offer the following services: career counseling and assessment; help in choosing a major; developing a personal career plan; building interview skills and finding employment; assistance with resume building and job search skills; as well as finding student employment
    • Pathways provides information about different majors, including tips on course selection, undergraduate timeline, career fields, salaries, and ways to get experience 
    • What Can I do with a Major in...? Provides career-related information for a variety of majors, along with career fields, employers, and strategies to reach that career goal.
    • Career Assessments enable students to self-assess personal qualities and explore career fields and major areas of study that are most compatible with their assessment.
      • These documents and assessments can be found on the Undergraduate Student tab of the Career Center's website.
  • Student Counseling Services
    The AU Medical Clinic at 400 Lem Morrison Dr. offers not only medical care but also individual counseling, group counseling, referral to community resources, referral to contracted pyschiatric services, skill building groups, as well as faculty, staff, and student consultation. To schedule an appointment for counseling services call 334-844-5123 or go to To schedule an appointment for medical services call 334-844-4416. Safe Harbor is Auburn University's sexual assault assistance and awareness program for students. Safe Harbor provides advocacy services for victims, counseling services, awareness, outreach, and education. Call 334-844-7233 for more information.