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2018-2019 Events Calendar 

Fall 2018


Thursday, August 16

Welcome International Students Meeting and Luncheon
Tichenor 310 • Time TBA • Lunch provided

Monday, August 20

Fall 2018 Classes Begin

Wednesday, August 22

CLA Welcome Week Event 

Join us for Ice Cream with the Dean 

Come get some free ice cream served by O-Town Ice Cream at the Tichenor Hall main entrance. 

Additionally, All students and faculty are invited to join CCE for a welcome week social where you can learn more about CCE and other CLA opportunities. The Community and Civic Engagement Initiative will be serving pizza in Tichenor 310 for any students or faculty interested or already involved.

Tichenor 310 • 1:00 pm - 3:00 pm

Wednesday, August 22

Join us at the Sustainability Picnic where CCE will be promoting our events for the year and you can learn about the sustainability initiatives on the Auburn Campus and in the greater Auburn community. 
Donald E. Davis Arboretum • 4:30pm-6:30pm

Come to the Sustainability Picnic for FREE food, fun, door prizes, and music. Learn about sustainability at Auburn, and connect with student groups, programs, and opportunities that make a difference. You can also visit with the local farmers and producers that provide food for campus, in addition to representatives from the picnic sponsors: Office of Sustainability, Tiger Dining, the Donald E. Davis Arboretum, the Waste Reduction and Recycling Department, Academic Sustainability Programs, and the Natural Resources Management Major.

Wednesday, August 29

Internship and Part-time Job Fair
Student Center • 10am-2pm

Wednesday, August 29

Women's Studies Program Annual Open House. Stop by the Women’s Studies office to have some lunch, learn about the program, and talk with WS affiliates, students, and supporters from across campus!
Women's Studies Program Office • Haley Center 3227 • 10am - 2 pm

Meet with program reps, apply for a passport, and learn about financial aid and scholarships!

Monday, September 3

Labor Day

Thursday, September 6

CLA Diversity Committee Meeting
Tichenor 310 • 2pm-4pm

Sunday, September 30

Arts and Humanities Month Opening Kickoff, Come enjoy the orchestra at Pebble Hill!

Arts and Humanities Month will kick off in Auburn with "Celebrate the Arts on the Hill" on Sunday, Sept. 30, from 3-5 p.m. at Pebble Hill. The event is presented by The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities in the College of Liberal Arts at Auburn University.

The celebration begins at 3 p.m. and features the Auburn University/Community Orchestra.

Those who attend the free, family-friendly community event can bring chairs or blankets for outdoor seating. Onsite parking is limited; street parking is available.

The Caroline Marshall Draughon Center for the Arts and Humanities at Pebble Hill is located at 101 S. Debardeleben St. in Auburn.
Pebble Hill • 3pm-5pm

Tuesday - Wednesday, October 2 - 3

Engagement Scholarship Conference

The 19th Annual Conference of the Engagement Scholarship Consortium will take place in Minneapolis, Minnesota. "Transforming Higher Education through Engaged Scholarship."
Pre-Conference Sept. 30 - Oct. 1, Conference Oct. 2 - 3. 

Friday, October 5

Deadline to apply for the CLA Diversity Symposium 
Apply by the end of the day today for the FREE annual CLA diversity symposium, which will be November 1st, 2018 at Pebble Hill. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty are all welcome to apply! 
For more information and registration details, please visit the CLA Diversity Symposium Registration Page.

Thursday - Friday, October 11 - 12

Fall Break

Saturday, October 20

Opening Feature of the National Italian American Heritage Month Film Festival and Reception

Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art • Opening Reception at 1:30pm • Film from 2:00pm-4:00pm • Free and open to the public!

Sunday, October 28

Second Feature of the National Italian American Heritage Month Film Festival and Reception
Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art • Reception at 1:30pm • Film from 2:00pm-4:00pm • Free and open to the public!

Tuesday, October 30

Auburn Career Fair for All Majors

Student Center  • 2 - 6pm

Wednesday, October 31

Study Abroad and International Involvement Fair
Student Center Ballroom • 9am-2pm

Thursday, November 1

CLA Diversity Symposium and Luncheon featuring keynote speaker Dr. Bernard Lafayette

Faculty, Graduate, and Undergraduate students are all invited to join the annual CLA Diversity Symposium. This is an excellent opportunity for all to learn about the diversity research that is being conducted on campus. Papers, posters, and round table discussions welcome! No regi
For more information and registration details, please visit the CLA Diversity Symposium registration page
Pebble Hill • 8am-2pm • FREE Lunch provided

Thursday, November 14

CLA Diversity Committee Meeting
Tichenor 310 • 2pm-4pm

Monday - Friday, November 19 - 23

Thanksgiving Break

Monday - Friday, December 10 - 14

Final Exams


Spring 2019


Wednesday, January 9

Spring 2018 semester classes begin

Monday, January 21

M. L. King, Jr. Day

TBA

Auburn University Diversity Best Practices Conference
Auburn Hotel and Conference Center • http://diversity.auburn.edu/dbpc/

TBA

CLA Diversity Committee Meeting
Tichenor 310 • 2pm

Friday, March 8

Deadline to apply for the "Is it Just Food?" Symposium.
Apply by the end of the day today for the FREE No Impact Week food symposium, which will be Monday, March 26th at Pebble Hill. Undergraduate students, graduate students, and faculty are all welcome to apply! 
For more information and registration details, please visit the "Is it Just Food?" Symposium Registration Page.

Monday - Friday, March 11-15

Spring Break

TBA

Career Fair Bootcamp
Join us for tips from a Career Center Representative on how to update your resume and cover letter, and the best ways to navigate the upcoming career fair on March 27.

Tichenor Hall 310 • 2:30pm-5pm

Sunday - Sunday, March 24 - March 31

No Impact Week (NIW):

Please visit the full NIW events page

-SUNDAY, March 24: TRASH, recycle your bottles and cans in the appropriate bins around campus, visit the Waste Reduction and Recycling Department site.

-MONDAY, March 25: FOOD - Come to the free "Is it Just Food?" symposium at Pebble Hill about sustainable and healthy food practices. Visit the "Is it Just Food?" symposium registration page for more information and to register. 

-TUESDAY, March 26: CONSUMPTION, Swap Table on the Haley Concourse from 10-2, trade items for new ones. Drop donations off in Tichenor 302, the week of March 21st - 25th from 12:30pm-3pm.

-WEDNESDAY, March 27: TRANSPORTATION, Visit the NIW Table on the Haley Concourse! 

-THURSDAY, March 28: WATER, Water tasting table on the Haley Concourse from 10-2. Visit the CCE Club table, join the club, and see a demonstration about how to test water. Attend a documentary screening and panel discussion featuring Erik M. Conway, Historian of Science and Technology, in the Foy Hall Auditorium from 5 - 8 this evening!

-FRIDAY, March 29: ENERGY, Visit the NIW Table on the Haley Concourse! 

-SATURDAY, March 30: GIVING BACK, consider volunteering at a community organization!

-SUNDAY, March 31: ECO SABBATH, a day of rest, enjoy the day by visiting Kiesel Park or the campus Arboretum.

TBA

AU Career Fair
Student Center Ballroom • 2pm-6pm

TBA

CLA Diversity Committee Meeting
Tichenor 310 • 2pm

Monday - Friday, April 29 - May 3

Finals Week


Last Updated: July 11, 2018