Auburn Names Student Center for Georgia Chief Justice Harold Melton

| September 13, 2020 @ 2:00 pm

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By Auburn University

The Auburn Student Center has been named for Harold Melton, chief justice of the Georgia Supreme Court and the first person of color elected as the university’s student body president.

Members of the Auburn Board of Trustees acted on the naming in a unanimous vote. The newly named Harold D. Melton Student Center is in the heart of campus near Jordan-Hare Stadium and Haley Center.

“The issues we face require input from our stakeholders, a fact-based examination of campus diversity and equality and a vision for meaningful, impactful change,” said Trustee Elizabeth Huntley. “I couldn’t be happier now that the hub of student activity is named for an accomplished graduate who represents Auburn with such distinction.”

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