Auburn/Opelika and the surrounding communities offer antique shopping and a calendar full of special events.In the spring, azaleas and dogwoods add beautiful color to neighborhoods.
We expect our students to be adequately prepared to succeed academically at Auburn as evidenced by their admissions test scores, high-school grades, and educational preparation.
All interested students will be considered on an individual basis.
Historic business districts lined with gift shops, eateries and more will keep business travelers occupied in free time while many recreational activities will give families plenty to do.
There are eight acclaimed golf courses, more than 190 restaurants and a host of entertainment including museums and educational nature attractions.
Auburn's overall minority percentage is approximately 14%.
Please visit the First-time freshmen may opt to enter Auburn University as Exploratory.The city of Auburn has a population of approximately 63,973.Auburn and Opelika share the charm of a quaint community and the pluses of a large city.Auburn University's student body is comprised of more than 30,000 students.These students hail from all Alabama counties, nearly all 50 states, and close to 100 foreign nations.Our coaches are committed to developing student-athletes for success on and off the court and playing field.These full-tuition scholarships are awarded to students who graduate in the top 20 percent of their high school class based on their academic performance.There are 32 residence halls, 40 dining venues located around campus.Lee County, home to Auburn and Opelika and other interesting towns, is located in east central Alabama directly off Interstate 85 connecting Atlanta and Montgomery.Students must be from school districts affiliated with Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES or Ci Ti (Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation) who are first-time, full-time enrollees to college (including Cayuga Advantage Students).Red Creek, Tyburn Academy, and Union Springs Academy students are also eligible.