Tim Nail | Assistant Campus Editor
Services like the Miller Writing Center and the Tiger Tutor program for student athletes were still available by appointment during remote instruction to provide guidance for assignments.
Students with belongings in residence halls may enter buildings again on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. each day through June 28.
Auburn voices from the pandemic: 'I’ve never seen College Street in my almost 50 years of life this dead.'
"We’ve run Auburn Popcorn Company for three years, but I grew up here. It’s never been like this," said William Andrews, owner of The Auburn Popcorn Company.
To many, Roger Rice transcended the title of professor. Some say he became the face of the program and will be a lifelong inspiration to them.
Fees for student services during the summer 2020 semester will be waived because of financial challenges presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the University said.
The move to online classes hasn’t been so cut and dry for programs like studio art, where students thrive off one another’s feedback and professors’ in-person guidance.
The Graduate Record Examinations and the Graduate Management Admission Test will not be required for most programs over the next three semesters.
All on-campus Camp War Eagle sessions will be transitioning online, according to an email sent by the First Year Experience Office to incoming freshmen.
This includes camps that were scheduled for the duration of the cancellation, according to the University.
All future move-out weekends have been put on hold until a "later date," and residents will not be able to visit campus to carry out the process.