Student Services


Advising Team


Kathleen White Coord I, Student Services
No overview provided.
(334) 844-6713
Cassandra Jones Advisor I, Academic
No overview provided.
(334) 844-6727
Stephanie Wood Academic Advisor
No overview provided.
(334) 844-6772
Pamela Hennessey Dir, Academic Advising
Pam Hennessey is the Academic Advisor for the School of Nursing. Pam began in this position in October 2001 after serving as an admissions counselor at Delgado Community College in New Orleans, Louisiana.
(334) 844-5665

Undergraduate Academic Resources


  • Upper Division Student Success Program
    AUSON provides students with additional academic support through the Student Success program. The program is coordinated by Mrs. Laurie Harris, Academic Coach for Student Success. Through this program, the Academic Coach is available to provide support to students through individual and/or group sessions. Topics of group study sessions may include the review of test taking strategies, study tips, and preparation for HESI and NCLEX exams. Individual sessions are scheduled appointments and are made by referral from course faculty or self-referral. In individual sessions, students work with the Academic Coach to identify 39 learning needs and any barriers interfering with academic success. Together, the student and the coach develop an individualized plan to place the student on the road to success. At the beginning of each semester, students will be provided Academic Coach office hours, dates of group study sessions, and how to schedule individual appointments.
  • Math Help
    Please contact the Department of Mathematics and Statistics for information regarding math workshops and tutoring programs. They are located in 221 Parker Hall or call (334) 844-4920.
  • Miller Writing Center
    The Miller Writing Center is located in six locations on campus, including the Learning Commons in the RBD Library. They are available for both appointments and walk-ins. Students receive help in organizing and outlining their thoughts or polishing a paper before it's turned in. Contact them at the Learning Commons in the RBD Library at (334) 844-7482, or by email at mwc@auburn.edu.
  • Academic Support Services
    Academic Support is designed to assist students in refining and strengthening the academic skills necessary for success at Auburn University. Services include academic counseling and coaching, Study Partners and Supplemental Instruction, as well as many others. To get more information, call (334) 844-5972 or go to auburn.edu/academicsupport
  • Career Center
    The Career Center is located in 303 Mary Martin Hall. For more information call (334) 844-4744 or go to www.auburn.edu/career. They offer the following services: career counseling and assessment; help in choosing a major; developing a personal career plan; building interview skills; assistance with resume building and job search skills; as well as finding student employment.
  • Student Counseling Services
    The AU Medical Clinic at 400 Lem Morrison Dr. offers not only medical care but also individual counseling, group counseling, referral to community resources, referral to contracted psychiatric services, skill building groups, as well as faculty, staff, and student consultation. To schedule an appointment for counseling services, call (334) 844-5123 or go to www.auburn.edu/scs. To schedule an appointment for medical services, call (334) 844-4416. Safe Harbor is Auburn University's sexual assault assistance and awareness program for students. Safe Harbor provides advocacy services for victims, counseling services, awareness, outreach, and education. Call (334) 844-7233 for more information.

    Nursing Study Abroad
  • Study Abroad programs grant students the opportunity to gain a new perspective on life.
  • Nursing Program in Ecuador
  • Spanish for Health Care and Culture in Pamplona
  • Ghana Healthcare Program

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