Camp War Eagle 2013
It's that time again! From the end of May until mid July you will see groups of incoming Freshman around town and campus as they explore the University and all it has to offer!
Throughout each two-day session of Camp War Eagle, incoming Auburn freshmen will have the opportunity to meet other freshman students, interact with Auburn's faculty and staff, tour the campus and learn its history, discover the services offered by University organizations and offices as well as local businesses, and get an overall view of life at Auburn.
Students will be led through their orientation by a Camp Counselor. The Camp War Eagle Counselors are an elite group of undergraduate students who are chosen through an interview and selection process in the fall. These students then undergo an extensive training program throughout Spring Semester and the weeks leading up to the first session. Each Counselor is assigned to a group of ten to twelve students during each session and acts as the students' guide through the orientation program. Camp Counselors often assist students well beyond the end of Camp War Eagle by becoming upperclassman mentors to the freshman students.
Be sure to give the newcomers a welcome, smile and of course... a WAR EAGLE!