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During this time of Remote Learning

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Available Monday – Friday 8:30am – 4:30pm:

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AU Campus Food Pantry Instructions

If you are a first time user of the AU Campus Food Pantry, you need to email the Auburn Cares Office prior to filling out the online form. You do not have to prove need to use this service, however it exists through donations only, so please only use this resource if you truly need it.


You can complete your Food Preference Form online at Please note that all requests will be filled based on availability, so you may not receive everything on your request form. All forms completed by Wednesday at 12:00pm (noon) will be available for pick-up on Thursday from 9:00am-10:00am on the concourse between the Student Center and Haley Center. Additionally, please be mindful that you MUST turn in an empty bag in order to receive your bag for the week (i.e., return a previous bag when you pick up a new bag).


We will operate on this format for the entirety of the period that classes are online (March 16-April 10). If you are unable to pick up during the aforementioned time due to class or work, please let me know and we can attempt to make other arrangements.

remote math tutoring

Auburn University Department of Mathematics and Statistics is going to offer tutoring remotely through Zoom. I hope everyone can bear with us while we do our best to help students to learn in this unique environment. If you’re a new participant to Zoom, we have a quick start guide here:

Here is the information you need to connect:
Math Tutoring Center
3:00-6:00 PM Central Time (US and Canada)
Every week on Mon, Tue, Wed, Thu, until May 1, 2020

Join from PC, Mac, Linux, iOS or Android and Connect using Computer/Device audio by connecting to the appropriate room (see the links below):

  • Tutors and tutees should be able to use the video and whiteboard features in zoom to communicate math and ask questions and get answers.
  • Start in a room, and if it becomes too crowded, ask one of the tutors to connect to room b. Tutors will do their best to answer questions in order, and even if you’re waiting to have a question answered, hopefully, you can learn from the answers to other people’s questions.

Math 1000 & 1100 Tutoring (room a)
Math 1000 & 1100 Tutoring (room b)

Math 1120, 1130 & 1150 Tutoring (room a)
Math 1120, 1130 & 1150 Tutoring (room b)
Math 1120, 1130 & 1150 Tutoring (room c)
Math 1120, 1130 & 1150 Tutoring (room d)

Math 1610 (room a)
Math 1610 (room b)
Math 1610 (room c)

Math 1620 & 2630 (room a)
Math 1620 & 2630 (room b)

Math 2650 & 2660 (room a)
Math 2650 & 2660 (room b)

Math 1680 & 1690 (room a)
Math 1680 & 1690 (room b)
Math 1680 & 1690 (room c)
Math 1680 & 1690 (room d)

If you have any questions, please email and we will do our best to help.