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COVID-19 Information

Auburn University is closely monitoring the emergence of COVID-19 and consulting with public health officials to ensure the safety of the university community. This page will be updated regularly and highlights the latest information and resources from the College of Human Sciences.

For the latest information from Auburn University, visit their COVID-19 page.

Have a question? Email Us or call 334-844-4790.


Current Student Resources

Remote Academic Advising
Apps for Students
Academic Support’s Academic Coaching
Academic Support’s Study Partners (peer tutoring)
Career Services Remote Counseling
Auburn’s Student Affairs - Mental and Emotional Self-Care During COVID-19

Future Students

In response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19) Auburn University will be shifting to remote instruction for all classes for the remainder of the spring semester. If you were planning to visit campus during this time, please contact our recruiter Louisa Wood directly to schedule a Zoom Video Meeting or phone call in place of your campus visit.

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osh Novak headshot.
As a faculty member in Auburn’s Marriage and Family Therapy program, part of Josh Novak’s research investigates relationship dynamics during acute sickness such as cold and flu. He applies what he’s learned about disease to COVID-19, how it may affect relationships and offers helpful resources that couples can take advantage of during this time.

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Kyle Kostelecky, an associate professor of Human Development and Family Studies at Auburn and an expert in gerontology, explains the challenges of caring for the elderly during quarantine due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Peter Weber headshot.
Peter Weber shares his expertise in this crucial time of giving and comments on how philanthropic work benefits COVID-19 relief.

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Professor Francesca Adler-Baeder, a veteran researcher on marriage and relationships, shares her expertise on how couples and families can keep relationships healthy in the era of quarantine and social distancing due to COVID-19.

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If you feel scared, anxious, worried, angry, sleepless and exhausted, know you’re not alone, many people are feeling the same. Auburn University Human Development and Family Studies Professor Angela Wiley shares advice on balancing a new remote learning environment with constant news updates.

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