Academic Support is dedicated to helping students refine and strengthen the academic skills necessary for success at Auburn University. The goal of our programs isn't simply to help students pass their classes - we teach students to become independent learners by promoting academic excellence. The strategies that students learn through our programs will enhance their lives at Auburn University and beyond.
Our staff works closely with other departments on campus to specifically offer the following services: Study Partners, peer tutoring program; Supplemental Instruction (SI), peer-directed review sessions; Academic Coaching, individual study skill development sessions; and Study Smart, non-credit course for students on academic suspension.
Auburn University is committed to providing every student with a unique academic experience that prepares them for success. In doing so, we have created a Core Curriculum that promotes the development of essential skills including effective communication, critical thinking, quantitative analysis, aesthetic appreciation, information literacy, scientific theory, informed citizenship, and global awareness. The Core Curriculum also provides students with opportunities for interdisciplinary learning and experiences that foster intellectual curiosity and provides the basis for advanced study in the variety of fields offered by today’s colleges and universities.
The combined collections of the Auburn University Libraries contain over 3.2 million volumes as well as 2.6 million government documents, 2.5 million microforms, and over 148,000 maps. The Libraries receive over 35,000 current periodicals, many which are available online.
The library also provides access to over 227 electronic databases and has over 10 million archival and manuscript items.
Office of Accessibility
Auburn University is committed to providing its students with an accessible campus and equitable learning environment. If you have a disability that requires reasonable academic accommodations, assistive technology, or support services, contact the Office of Accessibility for additional information, 1228 Haley Center; 334-844-2096 (Voice/TT).
Miller Writing Center
The Miller Writing Center offers free, one-on-one consultation for all writers at Auburn University. Our highly trained staff of undergraduate and graduate peer tutors will help you with any kind of writing, whether for class or otherwise, at any stage in the writing process.
Our goal is help you become a better writer. You can bring in any kind of assignment, including (but not limited to) lab reports, essays, research papers, PowerPoints, dissertations, theses, annotated bibliographies, scientific posters, cover letters, CVs/resumes, personal statements, ePortfolio—bring whatever you’re working on. You can be just developing your ideas, working on your first draft, putting finishing touches on your final version, or anywhere in-between.
Study Partners is a free peer tutoring program offered to currently enrolled Auburn University undergraduate students and sponsored by the Office of Academic Support. Study Partners' mission is to provide quality one-on-one and small group tutoring for a number of undergraduate core courses. Study Partners strive to encourage students to become independent learners by promoting academic excellence, improving study skills, and achieving curriculum specific competencies. Our goal is to provide support to Auburn University students with integrity, skill, and understanding.
Last modified: August 3, 2017