Virginia Speirs | Campus Writer
Student Counseling and Psychological Services is hosting its yearly depression screening via Zoom on Thursday from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
New procedures for campus tours include social distancing between the recruiter and the family, face masks worn at all times and a one-family limit.
The council was awarded the 2020 National Panhellenic Conference’s Excellence Award for its national merit as a College Panhellenic Association, which it earned once before in 2017.
Many labs have been moved online or partially online, taking away all or most of the hands-on aspects of class material because of the University’s COVID-19 guidelines.
200 scooters will be available for rental around Auburn's campus along with three drop-off locations. They can be paid for with a monthly or yearly fee or a pay-as-you-go option.
When it comes to living on campus, many things have been different this year. Resident assistants are being tasked with keeping students both safe and healthy.
Recruitment week will still be held Aug. 8-15, and chapters will be able to host virtual meetings with parents of new members after Bid Day.
Students may either sign up for telecounseling over the phone or a session through AUSecure, a special form of Zoom with extra encryption to provide further security and privacy.
The Rec will offer both in-person classes and live classes through Zoom. Sanitization will be scheduled throughout the day, but masks are required when moving through common areas.
In past years, RA training has been two weeks long and in person. Now, due to social distancing protocols, training will be reduced to five virtual days.