Student Financial Aid
Additional Sources

 

Americorps
Americorps is a national service program that helps communities cope with needs and problems ranging from disaster relief to tutoring.

Bureau of Indian Affairs
The Bureau of Indian Affairs provides education services to approximately 48,000 Indian students. Here you will find information about Indian Higher Education Grants for undergraduate and graduate students.

Cooperative Education Program (CO-OP)
The Cooperative Education Program offers students the opportunity to alternate semesters of full-time study and work related to the student's major. Information is available from:

Cooperative Education
101 Lowder Building
Auburn University, AL 36849
334-844-5410

Outside Scholarships
  • Fastweb.com offers a free scholarship search. Always look for free search information and be wary of information-for-pay sites.
  • ScholarshipExperts.com also offers a free scholarship search.
Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)
Air Force, Army, and Navy Reserve Officer Training Corps programs provide scholarships to eligible students. For eligibility criteria and other information, contact the appropriate unit at:

William F. Nichols Center
Auburn University, AL 36849

Air Force: 334-844-4355

Army: 334-844-4305

Navy: 334-844-4364

Veterans And Vocational Rehabilitation Benefit
For information regarding programs and their eligibility requirements, contact the appropriate office in your hometown. The Veterans Resource Center, located in Foy Hall, certifies Veterans Benefits and the Vocational Rehabilitation Office in Haley Center certifies Vocational Rehabilitation Benefits.