The Department of Residence Life's mission is to enable student success by creating and supporting welcoming, safe and inclusive residential communities.
Want to know more about your cable T.V., laundry facilities, or mail service? Housing Services can help answer your question.
- 2014 - 2015 Guide to Residential Living
- Cable T.V. Guide
- Campus Dining
- Code of Student Discipline
- Counseling Services
- Honors College
- Housing and Residence Life Calendar
- Learning Communities
- Office of Student Conduct and Advocacy
- Recreation & Wellness Center
- Resident Mailing Address
- Student Organization Code of Conduct
- Study Partners
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Roommate or suitemate challenges? Want to meet others? Want to get involved? Need a study partner? Questions about residence halls rules or safety procedures? Concerned about someone? Contact us!
Are you looking for a leadership opportunity on campus? Residence Life is seeking students who are academically motivated, in good conduct standing with Auburn, who possess exceptional social and communication skills, value teamwork, and who will support our mission to foster student success.
RAs are upper-class undergraduate students who work for Residence Life. The RA's role is to help students adjust to living on campus, develop a sense of community among residents, monitor resident safety and security, and ensure that students are familiar with Housing policies and procedures.
The live-in GACs are currently masters or Ph.D. students at Auburn University. During the academic year, the GACs are responsible for overseeing at least one residence hall and supervising RA staff members.
Faculty-In-Residence live in an on-campus apartment and are available to work with Residence Life staff to provide programming based on specialties, assistance with students' academic or career development needs and to support staff/Residence Life programming events.