September 2015 Monthly Update

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SEPTEMBER 2015 UPDATE The Division of Student Affairs at Auburn University houses 12 departments that have the responsibility for ensuring a true learning community committed to providing transformative educational experiences for all students, offering services to parents and encouraging a culture of excellence at Auburn University. - Bobby R. Woodard, Ph.D., Associate Provost and Vice President for Student Affairs

GREEK LIFE 875 new members pledged Interfraternity Council fraternities in September.

C A S E M A N AG E M E N T & S T U D E N T A DVO C AC Y The Office of Case Management & Student Advocacy held the annual Fall Food Drive in partnership with Greek Life with more than two truckloads of non-perishable foods collected.

S T U D E N T CO U N S E L I N G S E RV I C E S The office saw 503 unique students during September. 1,045 individual, emergency and group sessions were conducted.

MEDICAL CLINIC

H E A LT H P R O M OT I O N & W E L L N E S S S E RV I C E S

The Medical Clinic received 5,063 patient visits in September.

On September 16, 28 staff and faculty members participated in training to serve as QPR facilitators for suicide prevention.

PA R E N T & FA M I LY PROGRAMS

C A M P U S R E C R E AT I O N There has been 14.7 percent increase in the purchase of group fitness passes compared to fall semester 2014.

The office held its first Parent Advisory Board meeting with campus constituents to review programs and establish a 5-year plan for the unit.

STUDENT CENTER

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT

The Student Center had 209,077 visitors and 542 room reservations during September.

Student Organizations Board officially recognized Auburn’s 500th student organization in September.

STUDENT MEDIA AND P U B L I C AT I O N S The Plainsman’s website had a 27 percent increase in the number of visitors in September 2015 verses September 2014.

DID YOU KNOW? The Office of Greek Life launched the 6-week Auburn Man program intended to educate new fraternity members on topics including hazing, relationships, alcohol, and the overall fraternity experience. More than 700 students registered to attend the sessions.

UPCOMING EVENTS

V E T E R A N S R E SO U R C E CENTER In September, 438 people visited the center for assistance with VA benefits, to study, use the computers, or visit with a VA counselor.

D E V E LO P M E N T The Veterans Resource Center received a $4,000 gift and Auburn Memorial received a $10,000 gift.

To learn more about Student Affairs, please visit...

OCT 25

Interfraternity Council Skeet Shoot

OCT 29

Green Dot Public Launch, Miss Panhellenic Pageant

www.auburn.edu/StudentAffairs

NOV 7

National BOSU™ certifications course for Campus Recreation members

www.facebook.com/AuburnStudents

NOV 9-11

Veterans Resource Center weeklong celebration of veterans

@AuburnStudents, @WarEagleWoodard

NOV 11

Faculty/Staff Benefits Fair at the Recreation and Wellness Center

(332) 844 - 1304

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