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…in the classroom

Our students are proud to be lifelong learners, and learning doesn't stop at the end of the lecture. We prepare educators, counselors, and health professionals. Learn more about how we teach.

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ASPIRATION

…online

Not everyone can study with us on campus — so we go to them. In fact, our graduate online programs are ranked in the Top 10 in the country (U.S. News & World Report, 2017).

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EXPLORATION

…in the clinic/lab

We conduct research in a variety of fields. From reading education, to cardiac health, to innovative approaches to ESL, research is essential to what we do.

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COLLABORATION

…when we work together

Teaching isn't a one-way street. Our students and professors work with different constituencies across the campus and around the world.

INSPIRATION

…in the community

Reaching out to our neighbors is a big part of who we are at Auburn. From helping our soldiers to supporting local school systems, we work to build communities. Learn more about our teamwork.

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REALIZATION

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Over 30,000 alumni have gone on to great heights in education, health professions, philanthropy, research, leadership, and private industry. Learn more about connecting with your fellow alumni.

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SERC’s Hunter named to psychology committee

August 18, 2017

Dr. Evelyn Hunter, assistant professor in Special Education, Rehabilitation, and Counseling (SERC), was recently selected to join the Division 17 Early Career Psychologists Committee. According to SERC Professor Annette Kluck, who was recently named as Auburn’s Assistant Provost for Women’s Initiatives, this is a highly selective committee in which a small group of professionals within […]

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WAYS campers learn, discern, when grappling with complex issues

August 15, 2017

For the 30th consecutive year, going back to 1987, the College of Education’s Secondary Social Science Education Program hosted the World Affairs Youth Seminar (WAYS), which brings high school students from several states to our campus. Once here, these students explore complex international issues, learn research techniques, and develop skills debating what they have learned […]

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Doctoral student Taylor shares courtroom experiences to help others

August 10, 2017

It’s a scene Margie Taylor will never forget. As a court-appointed child advocacy representative, she was on the witness stand on behalf of a nine-year-old child who was a victim of sexual abuse. Following Taylor’s testimony, the opposing lawyer began his cross-examination. “It was brutal,” said Taylor, a second year doctoral student in the Counselor […]

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