Auburn launches COVID-19 Resource Center

Published: August 21, 2020

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In support of the university’s ongoing efforts to safeguard campus health, Auburn has launched the COVID-19 Resource Center, a centralized hub designed to coordinate responses to the coronavirus. Staffed by a multidisciplinary team, the center offers accessible resources for COVID-19-related questions and information from Auburn faculty, staff students and parents. Through the center’s website, students and employees may self-report positive COVID-19 test results and find helpful guides to university processes and protocols, as well as learn more about Healthcheck passes, isolation and quarantine procedures and more.
Staffed by knowledgeable volunteers from across the university, the center works closely with the Auburn University Medical ClinicFacilities ManagementUniversity HousingHuman ResourcesCampus Safety and SecurityStudent Affairs, University Senate and other units to help streamline Auburn’s response to the coronavirus. The center is led by Lady Cox, assistant vice president for Student Affairs. Serving in multiple Student Affairs roles for the past decade, Cox brings a wealth of experience working with students and serves as a point of contact for Auburn parents. 
"Auburn has been focused on keeping the campus community healthy and safe since the onset of the pandemic, and the COVID-19 Resource Center supports all of the university’s efforts," said Cox. "Our team humanizes Auburn’s response to COVID-19 on campus, and we are here to reassure and offer guidance to students and their families, as well as faculty and staff."

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Submitted by: Hayley Harris