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 a 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. Meet the 2015 Camp War Eagle Camp Counselors!
|Who is invited?||
All incoming freshmen who have paid the $200 confirmation deposit are invited to attend Camp War Eagle. The first round of invitations are typically mailed in mid March, with weekly mailings to follow. The online registration system is also available in mid March.
You previously submitted a $200 confirmation deposit to Auburn University. This allows you to attend CWE. Your orientation fees will be charged to your student account. The student fee is $150, and each parent or guest is $75. Once a student is registered for CWE, it is preferred that the student remain in that session. If a session change is necessary, please call our office and we will assist you in finding another available session. There is a $15 fee for each session change. Please note that all Camp War Eagle fees, including those for registered parents and/or guests, are assessed at the time of camp registration and are NOT REFUNDABLE.
Students will be housed in residence halls on campus. The residence hall suites are shared by four students. The suites consist primarily of four single bedrooms, two bathrooms and a common living/dining area. Students will need to bring a pillow and two flat twin sheets or a sleeping bag, as linens are not provided.
Students will be provided with breakfast, lunch and dinner on Day 1 and breakfast and lunch on Day 2. Snacks will also be provided at various times.
What to bring:
|I've registered, what's next?||
After registering, you will receive a confirmation e-mail in your Auburn e-mail account. A confirmation letter and packet will also be mailed within a week of your registration. The confirmation letter and packet contains important materials including a parking pass, map, lodging brochure, and other essential information. If you do not receive your confirmation letter and packet within two weeks of registering, please contact our office at 334-844-4501.
If you will require special accommodations, please contact the Office of Accessibility at (334) 844-2096 or visit their website. Click on "Students" to find information about the steps to receive accommodations. You are encouraged to visit their office at 1244 Haley Center during your visit to Auburn. Also, be sure to visit their informational session while at CWE.
Students will participate in seven small group discussions called Tiger Talks. The discussions feature a variety of issues ranging from the anxieties of attending college to alcohol awareness. The group discussions are led by the Camp Counselors and help ease the transition from high school to college life away from home.
Students and parents will convene on the first evening in Jordan-Hare Stadium for a Pep Rally sponsored by the Student Government Association. Students will learn Auburn's traditional cheers, see performances by several AU dance groups, and sing the Alma Mater together for the first time as Auburn students.
Late Night Options
At the end of the first day, students will have the opportunity to unwind and select one of the many late night options available to them. Options include a trip to Toomer's Corner for ice cream, recreational activities in the AU Student Center like swing dancing lessons, video games or various activities outside in the Quad. No matter which option you choose, it will be a great opportunity to meet fellow students and make some new friends.
The various information sessions offered throughout CWE provide a resource to learn more about the numerous academic, recreational, and social opportunities provided by various University offices, programs, and student organizations.
Academic Advising and Registration
Students will have two meetings with their assigned academic advisor from their college or school. Students will receive information on their fall semester courses and will register for these classes online before leaving CWE. Registration occurs on the afternoon of the second day.
Auburn Business Fair
Students and parents will have an opportunity to browse the services provided by local businesses in the Auburn area. Representatives will also be on hand to present information and answer questions regarding their businesses
Student CWE Schedule
|7:30||Check-In and Breakfast|
|8:45||Tiger Talk 1|
|10:40||War Eagle Welcome|
|11:30||Lunch/Tiger Talk 2|
|12:30||Student Involvement/Tiger Talk 3|
|1:30||Be the Creed|
|2:35||Orange Breakout Sessions|
|4:15||Learning for Life/Tiger Talk 4|
|5:45||Campus Tour and Dinner|
|9:15||Tiger Talk 5|
|10:00||Late Night Activities|
|7:00||Check-out of residence halls & Breakfast|
|8:00||Tiger Talk 6|
|10:45||Tiger Talk 7|
|1:15||Tiger Talk 7|
|2:00||Student Meeting with Academic Advisors|