Parent & Family Programs

Student Affairs

Navigate Webinar Series

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Navigate Webinar Series provides monthly Facebook live webinars for parents and family members. Presented by the Office of Parent and Family Programs and First Year Experience, webinars will explore different campus resources valuable to your student. A video of each webinar will be made available to those who are unable to join live.

The Navigate program is an excellent way for you to learn more about all of the resources Auburn University provides for you and your student. Like the Auburn University Parentsā€™ Association on Facebook for more information.

In the 2017-2018 academic year, Navigate was awarded theĀ Outstanding Parent and Family Relations Institutional Initiative Award by the Parent and Family Programs Knowledge Community of NASPA and received the Outstanding Division Collaboration Award for Auburn University Student Affairs.

View previous webinars below:

August 11, 2016: What to Expect

August 25, 2016: Academic Resources

September 8, 2016: On and Off Campus Housing

September 22, 2016: Academic Advising

October 6, 2016: Diversifying Student Involvement

October 20, 2016: Health and Wellness

November 3, 2016: Jobs, Internships, and Studying Abroad

November 17, 2016: Wrapping Up the Semester

August 21, 2017: What to Expect at Camp War Eagle 2017

September 7, 2017: Building Community

October 19, 2017: A+ Ways to Help Your Student Find Academic Success

February 14, 2018: Help Your Student Find Their Career Match

March 7, 2018: College Student Brain Development

March 21, 2018: What to Expect at Successfully Orienting Students (SOS)

May 5, 2018: What to Expect at Camp War Eagle 2018

July 25, 2018: Pre Move-In Webinar

August 29, 2018: First 56

September 19, 2018: Fall Family Weekend 2018

September 28, 2018: Guiding Your Student to Academic Success

October 24, 2018: Auburn Cares and Student Conduct: Supporting Your Student Through Challenging Situations

February 25, 2019: Campus Safety & Crime Prevention

This publication is available in alternate formats on request. Please call (334) 844-1493 if you need special accommodations.

Last modified: March 12, 2019