”Masks are so important because they help protect you and your community! COVID-19 is spread primarily through respiratory droplets, so wearing a mask is a simple action you can take to help stop the spread and allow local schools, hospitals, and businesses to keep functioning as normally as possible."- Emily Claire Herring ‘21
Missing Auburn University? Come network with other Auburn Tigers in your area. Also, check out the virtual events hosted by Auburn Alumni Association Clubs and Affiliates and Auburn Alumni Association.
San Diego Auburn Club: Getting Back to Auburn
September 25, 2020
6:00 p.m.- 7:00 p.m. CDT
Join San Diego Auburn Club as Cindy Pugh from the Auburn/Opelika Tourism Bureau and Ken Ward, Director for Opelika Main Street, walk us through what’s new in your favorite Auburn/Opelika areas! Email SanDiegoAuburnClub@gmail.com for the Zoom link, and join in as we travel virtually back to Auburn.
18:56 Speaker Series
featuring Auburn freshman, Kenneth Reese, first Black president of Alabama 4-H and Joy Scott, 4-H Leadership and Citizenship Specialist, Auburn University.
Thursday, October 1
Starts: 11:30 am CDT
San Diego Auburn Club hosts Virtual AUktoberfest Pre-Game
October 3, 2020
Starts: 12 pm CDT
Oktoberfests around the world are canceled…but not this one!
Get your game day started off the right way! Email SanDiegoAuburnClub@gmail.com for the Zoom link, and join in as we travel virtually to Germany!
TIGERS HELPING TIGERS
Connect with your Auburn Club
Network and support other alumni through your local Auburn Club. Meetings are suspended, but it’s a great resource to support your local businesses!
Tiger Cub Activities
Download our iSpy and coloring pages for the Tiger Cubs to stay entertained at home.
Your gift of $20.20 or more will give you the opportunity to receive a commemorative medallion to wear at commencement exercises. Your gift can be designated to the school, college or unit of your choice. You can also honor someone of your choosing with your gift.
NEWS FROM CAMPUS
RESOURCES TO HELP YOU
Center for Disease Control and Prevention
Read the latest recommendations from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). If you are sick with COVID-19 or think you might have COVID-19, follow the steps provided by CDC for yourself and to help protect other people in your home and community.