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2015-2016 HIGHLIGHTS MISSION The Division of Student Life maximizes each UA student’s learning experience.

UNIVERSITY RECREATION u University

Recreation facilities were visited more than 919,000   times during the year.

PARENT AND FAMILY PROGRAMS u More

than 28,000 parents and family members received information through the PENpALS email notification system.

STUDENT INVOLVEMENT u UA

students joined more than 550 registered student organizations.

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than 13,000 students logged their activities using the Co-Curricular      Transcript via mySource.

HOUSING AND RESIDENTIAL COMMUNITIES

CENTER FOR SERVICE AND LEADERSHIP

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u 10,000

than 500 residential curriculum    lessons were provided to residents, with    an emphasis on personal development,    community engagement, and cultural   exploration.

students volunteered more than   1,000,000 hours of service. u More

than 1,000 students volunteered 28,783    hours of mentoring to local elementary school    students through Al’s Pals. u Beat

Auburn Beat Hunger raised 116,270 pounds of food for the West Alabama Food Bank.

94% of first year students lived on campus


FIRST YEAR EXPERIENCE AND RETENTION INITIATIVES u 106

students took a faculty member to lunch through the    Out 2 Lunch program. u 48

Peer Leaders mentored 1,193 first year students.

COUNSELING CENTER

Assessment and Planning

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Blackburn Institute Career Center Center for Service and Leadership

than 29,000 students were contacted    by the Counseling Center at 260 outreach    events throughout the year.

Counseling Center

CAREER CENTER

Dean of Students External Relations Ferguson Student Center

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First Year Experience    and Retention Initiatives Fraternity and Sorority Life Health Promotion and Wellness

than 5,000 UA students connected   with 718 employers at nine career fair events. u Career

Center staff members held 8,131    career-consulting appointments to guide students.

Housing and Residential Communities Parent and Family Programs Student Care and Well-Being Student Conduct Student Government Association Student Health Center and Pharmacy Student Involvement Student Media University Programs

VETERAN AND MILITARY AFFAIRS

Students served in 2015-2016

371

service members

u  Financial

Impact Federal GI Bill: $39.7 million

494

veterans

1,950 students certified for benefits

University Recreation Veteran and Military Affairs Women and Gender Resource Center

State GI Bill: $15.6 million

46

survivors

1,071 students certified for benefits

FRATERNITY AND SORORITY LIFE For Fall 2016, a record 2,684 women participated in formal recruitment. These students experienced a 92 percent match rate, well above the national average of 79 percent. u

1,751

military dependents

92%

UA’s Greek community has more than doubled in size over the past 12 years. u

12,000

79%

11,221

STUDENTS IN 2016

10,000

Average GPA   Spring 2016 u

8,000

ALL SORORITY: 3.4

6,000

ALL WOMEN: 3.29

4,000 2,000

3,702

STUDENTS IN 2004

ALL FRATERNITY: 3.08 ALL MEN: 3.02

Profile for UA Student Affairs - Jessie Jones

2015-2016 Annual Report  

2015-2016 Annual Report  

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