EAGLES Housing and Residence Life


EAGLES and staff in dorm room

EAGLES is an on-campus and off-campus residential program, providing practical experience in independent living skills.

On-Campus

There are 32 residence halls located in five neighborhoods on Auburn University’s campus. Resident assistants or RAs provide support to students living in the dorms on-campus. In addition to RAs, students in the EAGLES program have the support, as needed, of a WINGS peer mentor, or Warmhearted Individual Nurturing Great Success. During the first year of the program, there will be a WINGS peer mentor living on the same floor or in the same dorm for up to three students in the EAGLES program.

Students enrolled in the Basic 2-year program option are required to live in an assigned inclusive residence hall. Students will live in suites that include individual bedrooms. Each bedroom is furnished with an extra-long twin bed, desk and chair, chest of drawers, and an open closet. A bathroom is shared between two residents. The common living/dining room areas include a sofa, a side chair, and a dining room table with two chairs. Also included in the kitchenette is a microwave, refrigerator, sink, and counter and cabinet space. There is a laundry facility and a common complete kitchen available in the residence hall.

3D view of suite
3D View of On-Campus Suite
3D view of ADA accessible suite
3D View of ADA Accessible On-Campus Suite

Off-Campus

Students enrolled in the Advanced 4-year program option are required to live off-campus in either a private residence secured by the student or an approved off-campus apartment secured through AU Housing. The EAGLES program will not facilitate roommate matching for those continuing in the advanced program but will offer supports as students transition from on-campus to off-campus housing.

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