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Welcome to the guide for First Year Experience! Here is where you will find answers to all your library-related questions. Using the amazing resources available at RBD Library is going to be essential to a successful college career! Your first year here is the time to discover the Help Desk, the Miller Writing Center, Study Partners, and more.
Don't hesitate to contact Delaney Bullinger with any questions you might have. You can also ask any library faculty or staff while you are in the building or use Ask a Librarian to contact us via phone, e-mail, text or chat.
Getting Help with Research
If you are interested in one-on-one research assistance, schedule an appointment with a subject librarian using the link below. And don't forget about all the great library partners located in RBD!
Subject Librarian Consultation
There is a subject librarian for each department on campus. Don't be afraid to reach out and schedule a one-on-one consultation for research help!
Ask a Librarian
Call, chat, text, e-mail, or visit your librarian at the 2nd floor Help Desk in RBD Library.
Miller Writing Center
The consultants at the Miller Writing Center can help you with any stage of the writing process, including citing sources and incorporating research into your paper.
Study Partners is a free peer tutoring program offered to currently enrolled Auburn University undergraduate students. The program aims to provide quality one-on-one and small group tutoring for a number of undergraduate core courses.