The Cross Cultural Center for Excellence (CCCE) provides programming, engagement and activities for students from all backgrounds to have a full Auburn experience. Through the CCCE, students can engage in dialogue, develop leadership skills and build collaborative relationships that will help them be effective in an increasingly multicultural and global society. Find us in the Harold D. Melton Student Center, Suite 2103, and at the Campus Pride Center to get involved in one of our more than 20 student organizations or to attend programs like Tiger Retreat, Tiger Takeoff and the Women’s Leadership Conference for Students. Be on the lookout for our heritage month calendar of programs in Auburn News and social media.

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Student Achievement fosters inclusive and holistic student success for underrepresented students at Auburn University. Student Achievement is broadly defined as leadership development, academic success, participation in high-impact experiences, belongingness and post-graduation outcomes. Signature student success initiatives include Tiger Takeoff, the Tiger Excellence Scholars Program, T1GER Network, Cultural Excursions and the Celebration of Excellence in Diversity. Student Achievement works with other student success areas to advance strategies and efforts that facilitate the success of underrepresented students at Auburn University broadly.

Student Belonging fosters an inclusive environment where underrepresented students at Auburn University foster a sense of belonging. Student Belonging supports student leaders and the multicultural student organizations that are a part of our multicultural community (MC2). Signature initiatives include Tiger Retreat, Finals Week Programming and Heritage Months and Cultural programs such as Black History Month, Women’s History Month, Asian American and Pacific Islander Month, LGBTQ+ Pride Month, National Hispanic Heritage Month and Native American Heritage Month. Student Belonging works with on-campus departments and campus partners to enhance the underrepresented student experience at Auburn University.

Last updated: 06/09/2023