Collaborative Services

Biggio Center

The Biggio Center for the Enhancement of Teaching and Learning was established in 2003 through funding from the estate of Alvin A. and Mila Biggio to promote the professional development of all instructional, administrative, and professional staff in support of excellent teaching and enhanced learning. In keeping with Auburn University's mission, the Biggio Center uses existing resources to their fullest potential and seeks new ways to offer the highest quality programming and services.

Encyclopedia of Alabama

The Encyclopedia of Alabama is a free, online reference resource on Alabama’s history, culture, geography, and natural environment. It was developed by the Alabama Humanities Foundation and Auburn University and with the generous financial support of its founding sponsors.

Honors College

The University Honors College at Auburn is part of a long tradition. Samford Swarthmore College established the first honors program in this country in 1922, using as its model the Oxford tutorial system, in which small classes of students and faculty studied the Greek and Latin classics. Other models for honors programs and classes include the Socratic dialogues, the German seminars, and the European guild system.

OIT Help Desk

The OIT HelpDesk is available to help students when they have technology-related questions or problems. You can call, e-mail, or just drop by.

OIT Computer Labs

Office of Information Technology computing labs are located conveniently throughout campus in many academic buildings. These labs are available to all Auburn University students and employees on a first-come, first-serve basis. To use the OIT computing labs, you will need your User Name and your password.

Study Partners

Study Partners is a free peer tutoring program offered to currently enrolled Auburn University students and sponsored by the Office of Academic Support. Study Partners’ mission is to provide quality one-on-one peer tutoring for a number of undergraduate core courses. Study Partners strive to encourage AU students to become independent learners by promoting academic excellence, improving study skills, and achieving curriculum specific competencies. Our goal is to provide support to Auburn University students with integrity, skill, and understanding.

Last Updated: Jul 28, 2011