Camp War Eagle & SOS Information
Looking for ways to connect with Academic Support during and after your orientation session? See below for a list of helpful links and resources. For additional information, please visit auburn.edu/cwe .
- Download our Academic Support – Breakout Session Slides
- Follow us on our Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram pages
- Bookmark our Academic Support Tiger Transitions pages (pg. 64-65)
- Check out our online learning strategies handout
- Discuss first semester expectations with the College Contract (pg. 149)
- Engage with Auburn University through the Family Portal
Want to learn more about Academic Support? Visit aub.ie/ASinfosession to request a one-on-one information session regarding Academic Support programs and services.
Adjustments to Summer Services as a result of COVID-19
As a result of the AU transition to remote instruction, Academic Support will move to remote service delivery beginning Monday, March 16 and continue through the summer. Below are the ways students can connect with our programs and services during this time.
Academic Coaching – Academic Coaches are available each semester to partner with students in meeting academic goals. To participate in this interactive, action-driven process, visit the Academic Coaching page and click on “Make an Appointment”. After logging into Advise Assist, select Academic Coaching, Academic Support Online, and Coach Consult as the reason. During a Coach Consult, students work with a coach to target study skill strategies and habits. Our Academic Coaches are prepared to discuss online learning strategies, academic success habits, and reaching academic goals regardless of where you are in your collegiate experience. Students are welcome to schedule coach consult appointments for ongoing tools and resources throughout the semester.
Study Partners (peer tutoring) – Summer 2020 tutoring is offered online via Zoom from Tuesday May 26—Thursday July 30. Individual sessions take place Monday thru Thursday from 1:00 pm-8:00 pm, and sessions last up to 60 minutes each. Students are allowed one session per day per course as long as a tutor is available. Appointments may be made on Advise Assist. Students will receive a Zoom meeting invitation via email from their tutor prior to the session start time. Students not able to make their appointment are required to cancel at least one hour before the session start time, or they will be charged a $10 “No-Show” fee reflected on their eBill.
Please do not hesitate to contact the Academic Support team with questions and ideas to support student learning and success at AU. Thank you for your referrals to our services, ongoing.
Academic Support contributes to retention and degree completion for Auburn University undergraduate students. It provides a variety of academic skill development programs that promote self-directed learning strategies and student success.
Last modified: June 18, 2020