Regarding Remote Instruction
Auburn University will transition from on-campus instruction to remote delivery beginning Monday, March 16 and continue through the rest of Spring semester in response to concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19).
University officials ask that students refrain from returning to campus after spring break. University officials will subsequently determine if students will return to campus for the remaining weeks of the spring semester.
Auburn faculty will contact students on steps they should take to continue their academic coursework.
Your Honors advisor will be available to you remotely. If you have advising or registration related questions you can email your honors advisor directly or at email@example.com. Please do not drop classes. If you have any questions about your schedule, please contact your advisor.
All Honors College events are suspended until April 10 including the Honors College Film Series, Cater Porch Talks, Cup at Cater, Career Workshops and the newly developed Honors Exhibition.
Honors College student organizations meetings and service projects are suspended during this time. This includes Diversity in Honors, Honors Serves and Honors Congress. If you registered for the Honors Congress Formal, more information will be emailed to you shortly. We encourage organization leaders to utilize online platforms, such as Zoom, to continue any necessary organizational meetings.
Ask an Honors Student – Academic Peer Coaching will be available virtually. You will receive more information with dates, times, and platforms from Ms. Yvette Stone.
Parents and guardians should be reminded that they can visit the Auburn University Parent Portal for more information. For the most current up-to-date information please visit Auburn’s COVID-19 information page.
The Miller Writing Center will continue assisting students with their needs. More information can be found on their website.
All university domestic and international travel is suspended through April 10.
Dining facilities, libraries and residence halls will be closed through April 10. University officials will make arrangements for international students and others who are unable to return home. Students who have specific questions should contact the Division of Student Affairs.
Decisions have not yet been made on spring commencement, summer study abroad programs or other events and activities beyond April 10.
The university medical clinic remains open. Those exhibiting COVID-19 symptoms should immediately call the Auburn Medical Clinic at 334-844-9825 before visiting the clinic.
University officials will make arrangements for students who do not have access to the technology needed for remote instruction.
Auburn officials urge the following safety precautions:
– Wash your hands for at least 20 seconds
– Cover your cough and sneeze with a tissue or your sleeve
– Don’t touch your face, especially your eyes, mouth and nose
– Disinfect commonly touched surfaces, including mobile devices
Auburn’s COVID-19 information page will be updated daily.
Last modified: March 31, 2020