Most students seem satisfied with their teachers at Auburn. However, as with any university, there are some teachers that don't meet the standard. The biggest problems that students encounter with their teachers are difficulty understanding foreign teachers, particularly teacher assistants (TAs) and getting stuck in lecture classes.
As a freshman or sophomore, large classes are usually hard to avoid. However, students feel that personally confronting any teacher with a problem you might have will definitely be a benefit to them. Also, while it may be an obstacle to understand a teacher with a foreign accent, that doesn't mean they are any less willing to help students in the class. Students claim that most teachers are approachable and helpful, so don't be afraid to confront your teachers in class or during their posted office hours. Their job is to help students do the best that they can during their time at Auburn. And most teachers succeed with flying colors, particularly navy and orange.