Honors College Office of the Provost

Eagle Scholar Volume 5 | Issue 3


Student Organization Update

Honors Serves – September 6 | AUSC 2227 | 7 pm

Note from Cheyenne: Please wear your t-shirts to the general meeting tomorrow night if you have one. Also, we will be going through a PowerPoint presentation of each service group. Facilitators/coordinators will have the opportunity to speak a little bit about your projects so far, if you would like to do so.

Diversity in Honors – September 12 | Haley Center 3326 | 6 pm

Note from Sara: On Monday, September 12 at 6 pm, Diversity in Honors is hosting a presentation and discussion on Respect, with a focus on respect in a diverse environment. We would like to invite you and the members of your organizations, both in the Honors College and not, to join us in this event. We will be showing a video and presentation intended to help make students more aware of the ways we show respect (including accounting for cultural and traditional differences in how respect is shown), learn how to participate in respectful discourse and effective discussion, and understand how to deal with instances of disrespect. The presentation will be followed by discussion on these topics. We hope that this is an event that your organizations would like to be a part of.

Honors Congress – September 12 | Haley Center 1203 | 7 pm

Faculty Appreciation Night

Honors College Tutoring Program at Auburn Junior High

Honors College student Kylie Mimnaugh, is starting a new tutoring opportunity at Auburn Junior High on Samford Road.  As a tutor, you will work with students who are struggling and need some extra attention in a variety of subject areas including reading, math, and science.  Tutoring will be offered from 3:45-4:30 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays.  This is a great way to get in those service hours and really make a difference in our community.  If you are interested, please email Kylie Mimnaugh.  Tutoring will begin on September 13, 2016.  Also, in order to participate, you must get a background check, which is an easy process, please contact Kylie for more details.

Hiring Class Checkers

Student-Athlete Support Services is interested in hiring dependable, reliable students for the part-time position of class checking. The Southeastern Conference (SEC) mandates that each member institution have a Class Attendance Policy. These Class Checkers are instrumental in implementing Auburn’s policy. The expectations of Class Checkers are fairly straightforward and involve verifying if certain students are attending class and are on time. The job also requires that you send a nightly email report. Positions are available for a variety of class times throughout the day. Please contact Ryan Detwiler and Kelly Warren at auclasscheck@gmail.com if you are interested in one of these positions or if you would like any more information related to serving as a Class Checker.

The Oaks Council

The Oaks Council at Auburn University serves as an advisory group for the Associate Provost and Vice President for Student Affairs. The name “OAKS” indicates the purpose of the meeting – Observations and Assessments by Key Students. As such, the Council will meet a few times each semester to discuss relevant student issues, provide input on emerging projects important to campus life, and offer counsel to the Student Affairs Leadership.

Students interested in serving on the 2016-2017 Oaks Council should send the completed question sheet by Friday, September 16, 2016.

Students must at least a 2.5 cumulative, ungapped grade point average. Interested students must have a robust interest in strengthening campus life at Auburn University, and commit to being available during the times outlined above for a period between September 2016 and April 2017.

Questions about the Student Life Council can be directed to Ms. Lady Cox, Assistant Vice President for Student Engagement.

Last modified: January 29, 2018