Jessica Milton

Assistant Director, Student Services, EAGLES Program

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Office: 136-B Foy Hall

Units: Department of Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling; EAGLES Program

Campus Mail: 136-N Foy Hall


Phone: (334) 844-5941

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Short Bio

Jessica Milton, PhD, is the Assistant Director of Student Services for the EAGLES Program at Auburn University.

Dr. Milton’s published research focuses primarily on mathematics interventions for students with learning disabilities. She is also working on research projects associated with the EAGLES program. Her current projects include: qualitative research on the Positive Choices course, assessing the effectiveness of online modules to teach prerequisite skills for students accepted into the EAGLES program, and a wholistic program evaluation of the EAGLES program.

Dr. Milton is originally from Selma, Alabama. She moved to Auburn in 2008 and never left. She is married to Clay and they have two daughters, Lucy and Frances. She is an amateur baker, avid reader, and wannabe beekeeper.


Ph.D in Rehabilitation and Special Education, 2020, Auburn University

M.Ed. in Special Education, 2014, Auburn University

B.S. in Special Education, 2012, Auburn University

Professional Experience

2021 - present

Assistant Director, Student Services, EAGLES Program, Auburn University

2020 - 2021

Academic Instruction Coordinator, EAGLES Program , Auburn University

2012 - 2019

Special Education Teacher, Lee County Schools