Alternative Student Breaks is in its sixth year sending students to serve in domestic and international communities. We serve during academic breaks including fall break, winter break, spring break, and Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. weekend.
Auburn University Dance Marathon is a year-long celebration that combines service and fundraising in honor of truly amazing kids. Join us in support of Children's Miracle Network at the Children's Hospital of Columbus, Georgia and make miracles happen!
350,000 pounds of food are distributed by the Food Bank of East Alabama MONTHLY. As the Food Bank's biggest fundraiser, we feel compelled to provide this attainable amount. This is the 22nd Anniversary of the competition. BEAT HUNGER AND BEAT BAMA!
We're here to make your Auburn experience exactly what you want. We're your resource for information around campus; we're your outlet for service opportunities; and we're a part of your Auburn Family. Join us, Mondays at 5 p.m. Student Center Rm 2222/23.
IMPACT is Auburn University's largest Community Service Organization. For the 2016-17 year, IMPACT has 60+ Project Coordinators, each of whom will visit one of 16 projects weekly. We encourage all Auburn students to give back through local service.
The International Student Organization mission is to improve multinational understanding and promote relationships between people of different cultures. We promote diversity and beneficial interaction between the international and American Students.
Leadership Small Groups are a great opportunity to learn from current student leaders and discuss important leadership topics in a fun and relaxed environment, and learn about opportunities to get involved on campus.
The Organizations Board is the governing body for all Student Organizations.
Through leadership development, Spring Up strives to foster confident leaders, who are prepared to serve at Auburn and in the future.
SGA's Mission Statement: "Serving and promoting the individual student; unifying all that is Auburn.