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Academic Affairs Office
Open Monday - Friday 7:45 - 11:45a.m. & 12:45 - 4:45p.m.*
266 Spidle Hall
334-844-4790

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Advises last names A-G
Kim Parker
parkeka@auburn.edu
334-844-4790 | 266 Spidle Hall
Linda Bruner headshot
Advises last names H-O
and Pre-Health
Linda Bruner
lrb0018@auburn.edu
334-844-4790 | 266 Spidle Hall
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Advises last names P-Z
Katie Lackey
lackekm@auburn.edu
334-844-4790 | 266 Spidle Hall

 

 

 

Meeting with your advisor each semester will help keep you on track to progress smoothly toward completing your degree requirements. An advisor is able to help you make sure that you are planning to register for the appropriate courses, answer questions about possible course options and refer you to the right people and resources to discuss career and future education options, tutoring programs and counseling services.

The classes you take should be based on the academic plan you determined with your advisor during your advising meetings. Curriculum information, requirements for each major and a description of courses can be found in the AU Bulletin. What classes you take depend on your major (or intended major), your semester classification, the courses you still need in order to graduate or to enter a major, and the Student Learning Outcomes (SLO) that you need to meet.

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Schedule an appointment
with your advisor
*Advising by appointment only outside of Wednesday walk-in hours.
Walk-in Wednesdays
9-11a.m. and 1-3p.m.
266 Spidle Hall — first-come, first-served basis
Faculty Advisors