The Office of Public Service at Auburn University promotes faculty, student and staff engagement through the development of community and institutional partnerships. The Office is also home to Auburn University’s central registry for CEU certification and outreach program information.
- OPS is the home to the university’s AuburnServes network, supporting faculty and students in developing service learning courses and community engaged projects. The Service Learning Pro registry provides faculty course management tools and a personal service profile for documentation of individual service work.
- OPS works in conjunction with academic, administrative, and student offices on campus, extension offices statewide, and more than 50 local, regional and national service agencies. OPS’ AuburnServes network lists more than 118 community partners available for collaborative engagement projects. The office serves as an institutional representative for Campus Compact, the Gulf South Summit on Service Learning, the Alabama Poverty Project and other engagement resources.
- OPS maintains Auburn’s extensive database resources and documentation capacity for outreach related information and is the university’s central point for reporting non-credit outreach programming and for approval of CEU awards.
- The Office of Public Service is also home for Beyond Auburn magazine, and other outreach publications highlighting Auburn’s engagement across Alabama, nationally and even internationally.