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Jay Gogue
Housed in Samford Hall
Dr. Timothy Bossinger
Provost and VP of Academic Affairs
Housed in Samford Hall
Dr. Constance Relihan
Associate Provost for Undergraduate Studies
Housed in Samford Hall
Mr. Jon Waggoner
Interim Vice President of Student Affairs
Housed in the Student Center
Dr. Debbie Snow
Vice President of Alumni Affairs
Housed in the Alumni Center
University Chapel
Open between 8 am to 5 pm for public visit or worship
Foy Hall
Houses the First Year Experience Office, Photographic Services, Study Abroad, and the Office of International Education
Katharine Cooper Cater Hall
Undergraduate Research, Interdisciplinary Studies, the Honors College and the Center for Academic Career Excellence (serves students who are referred by their college or school as a result of inadequate GPA; Staff help to develop skills in time management, test taking, stress management, organization, motivation, and goal setting) are housed here

The back porch of Cater is also used as the site of one of Auburn's most noted traditions, Callouts
Hargis Hall
Houses the Graduate Shcool
Mary Martin Hall
Houses Student Financial Services, The Office of the Registrar, The Career Center, and the Women's Resource Center and the WISE Institute (Women in Science and Engineering)
Auburn Arena
In addition to basketball courts, the Auburn University Ticket Office, and AU Team Store, and the Lovelace Museum are located in the Auburn Arena
The Hill Residence Halls
The mailroom for the Hill residents is in Burton Hall

Washers and dryers are located in each Hill residence Hall. There is also a central laundry facility on the The Hill, which is in Terrell Hall
Medical Clinic
Pharmacy Services through the James Harrison School of Pharmacy are available on-site

The clinic provides a variety of services, including women's healthcare

Student Counseling Services is located here and has offices on the 2nd floor
Parking Service
There is a drive-thru window on the first floor of the South Quad Parking Deck where visitors and guests can obtain a temporary pass to park on campus all day
Quad Center
Houses Office of Undergraduate Marking and Recruitment and the Scholarship Office

Washers and dryers are located in the bottom of the Quad Center, where each resident has a mailbox as well
Ralph Brown Draughon Library
Photocopy machines are available on each floor

The Library is open 24 hours during the week. It closes at 6 pm on Friday nights, open from 9 am to 6 pm on Saturdays and reopens Sunday at 1 pm, to be open the rest of the week.
The Ground Floor of the Library
The ground floor houses Academic Support in 0176 B (includes Study Partners and SI) and the Special Collection of Archives
The First Floor of the Library
The 1st floor consists of the circulation desk and the Media Digital Resource Lab (MDRL). The circulation desk has laptop computers available to students for checkout. The MDRL can be sued by students to create multimedia/digital materials for class assignments, projects, and scholarly research
The Second Floor of the Library
Includes: Caribou coffee a full service cafe, Main Reference Desk, Miller Writing Center, Learning Commons, Study Partners within the Learning Commons area, Tiger Advisor, OIT in the evenings, A branch of the AU Bookstore, Moveable whiteboards, 10 group study areas, Mediascape (technology that allows up to six MS Windows or Apple laptops to be simultaneously connected to a monitor. Users can then switch between computer video feeds with just the touch of a button-facilitating the sharing and comparing of individuals ideas in a collaborative learning environment)
The Third Floor of the Library
The Office of Information Technology (OIT) help desk and various group study rooms and study areas. This floor also contains the Student PC Repair Shop
The Forth Floor of the Library
It is a quite floor
The Student Center
Suite 3130 houses student organization offices (Student Government Association "SGA", University Program Council "UPC", Black Student Union "BSU", IMPACT, Office of Greek Life), Houses Copy Cat on the first floor, The TigerCard office is on the first floor in room 1206
Food Trucks
Tiger Dining implemented food trucks in 2011, which provide food options for students all over campus

Examples: Grilled Cheezy, General Lee Hibachi, Tako Tako, Smooth N' Groove, Overall Company stand, and Momma Goldberg's
Telfair Peet Theatre
Houses the Theatre Department as well as stage productions and classroom instruction

All theater programs are free to students
Davis Hall
Houses Department of Aerospace Engineering as well as many general University classrooms
Broun Hall
Home to the AU Department of Electrical Engineering and Computer Engineering

Contains a computer lab available to all engineering students
Harbert Civil Engineering Center
Teaching facility and research lab for Civil Engineering Students
Ross Hall
Houses the Department of Chemical Engineering
Wiggins Hall
Houses the Department of Mechanical Engineering

This part of the Shelby Center was recently named Wiggins Hall (Phase 2 of Shelby Center construction)
Ramsay Hall
Houses classrooms and the Cooperative Education Program (A planned and supervised program alternating semester of full-time college classroom instruction with semesters of full-time paid work assignments)
Shelby Center
Houses research laboratories, classrooms, lecture halls, and administrative offices, including the Office of the Dean, Engineering Student Services, and Minority Engineering Program

Houses Engineering Administration, the Department of Industrial and Systems Engineering, and the Department of Computer Science and Software Engineering
Cary Hall
COSAM uses the building for some classes and studies in biological sciences

Some laboratories for the Department of Psychology are located here
Chemistry Building
Houses classroom and laboratories as well as faculty offices and meeting rooms. Many other courses such as history and geology, are taught here to utilize the large auditorium space
Parker Hall
Houses classrooms for math, chemistry and physics

There are also computer labs located throughout the building. Physics labs are located in the basement of Parker Hall
Petrie Hall
Houses the Department of Geology and Geography
Rouse Life Sciences Building
College of Science and Mathematics and College of Agriculture classes are held here
Funchess Hall
College of Sciences and Mathematics and College of Agriculture classes are held here
Science Center
The Science Center Laboratory (SCL) Building is a four-story building that houses the undergraduate teaching laboratories for chemistry and biology

The Science Center Classroom (SCC) Building is a tow story building that accommodates classrooms of various sizes and the College of Science and Mathematics (COSAM) administrative offices

The Science Center Auditorium (SCA) seats 300 and provides the means for the latest in technology supplemented instruction and is used as an undergraduate lecture hall
Walker Pharmacy Building
Home to Harrison School of Pharmacy
Comer Hall
Home to the College of Agriculture and also currently houses the Department of Agriculture Economics and Rural Sociology and the Offices of Agricultural Communications and International Agriculture
Swingle Hall
Houses the AU Department of Fisheries and Allied Aquacultures
Upchurch Hall
Houses the Department of Animal Sciences and several other academic fields within the College of Agriculture
Biggin Hall
Houses the Art Department
Dudley Hall
Home to the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction and Library of Architecture, Design, and Construction
Goodwin Music Hall
Houses the Department of Music and band and music instruction
Miller Gorrie Center
Houses classrooms, labs, and offices for the McWhorter School of Building Science
Haley Center
Haley Center houses the College of Education, University Bookstore, and the Office of Accessibility
Lowder Business Building
Also houses outreach units along with the general academic programs of the College of Business

Office of Professional and Career Development is located on the first floor and is an area only for business students which will serve as a career center for mock interviews, career coach help, as well as a location for employers to hold interviews

The Lowder Lounge is located in the zero floor of Lowder and is a place where students can grab Caribou Coffee or a quick snack
Nichols Center
Home to the three ROTC programs: Navy, Army, and Air Force. Auburn is one of only 44 schools to have all three branches
Thach Hall
Houses the History and Psychology Departments

Auditorium is often used for several freshman classes
Tichenor Hall
Houses the College of Liberal Arts

Houses the Department of Communication and Journalism