Located in suite 1115 of the Student Center, Auburn Cares works with students to aid them in the successful navigation of challenging, personal life issues, critical incidents, hardships and emergencies that may impede a student’s success and retention at Auburn University. In addition, Auburn Cares serves as an advocate, liaison or resource to students and families during times of student distress, need or emergency.
Cross Cultural Center for Excellence
The Cross Cultural Center for Excellence is located in suites 2101 and 2103 of the Student Center. The primary focus of the Cross-Cultural Center for Excellence (CCCE) is to ease the social transition of underrepresented students to Auburn University. The CCCE provides programming and activities for student engagement, facilitating cross-cultural learning experiences where all students can engage in dialogue, develop leadership skills, and build collaborative relationships that will help them be effective in an increasingly global society. Though the focus of the CCCE is to support and celebrate specific affinity groups, including African American/Black, Asian American, American Indian/Indigenous, Hispanic/Latinx, International, LGBTQ+, and faith communities, all are welcome to participate in CCCE events, programs, and services. For more information, please call 334-844-2976.
Health Promotion & Wellness Services
Health Promotion and Wellness Services creates campus wide outreach programs and administers services designed to support and educate students on the following areas of health and wellness: nutrition, alcohol and drug use, power-based violence prevention, and mental well being. Specifically, we are home to programs such as the Be Well Hut, WE.auburn, Safe Harbor, Tiger Education Screening Intervention (TESI), QPR Suicide Prevention Training, Nutrition Team, and the Auburn Recovery Community. The Health Promotion & Wellness Services office is located on the first floor of the Student Center in suite 1206.
Lost & Found
The Student Center Lost & Found is located in suite 3231. All items are held for four weeks and one day. The finder may claim the item or it will become property of the Student Center. For questions, please call 844-1300.
In the case of an emergency, please dial 911. A police substation is located on the first floor of the Student Center, next to the Tiger Transit office.
Located in suite 1115 of the Student Center, the Office of Student Conduct is responsible for addressing non-academic violations of University policy through the Code of Student Discipline and the Student Organization Code of Conduct. The OSC provides a fair, impartial and educational student conduct process for students and student organizations, as well as involved parties, charged and associated with violations. Additionally, dean’s certifications requests are processed through the Office of Student Conduct.
Throughout the Student Center, study and lounge space is available for students, including a designated quiet study space on the third floor.
Tiger Transit Office
The Tiger Transit office is located on the first floor of the Student Center across from Jordan-Hare Stadium.