Accepted Students

Welcome to the Auburn Family

We are excited that you have been accepted for admission to Auburn University. Auburn is a special place, and we want to assist you as you begin your transition to your new home. We look forward to you joining us on campus in the near future. It will be here before you know it!

Freshmen

To confirm your place at Auburn University, you must complete all of the following by the deadlines given below:

  1. Activate your Auburn User account.
    Visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your Auburn account. Once your account is activated, you will be able to log in to AU Access – your Auburn account portal. You will also be able to log in to Tigermail (your Auburn email account) which will be the official form of communication from the university. It is important to activate your account first in this process, as you will need access to these tools to complete your admission acceptance.

    Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
    AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

  2. Submit your $250 Enrollment Deposit.

    Deadline:
    • Summer term: May 1
    • Fall term: May 1
    • Spring term: November 1

      Submit your enrollment deposit online via AU Access or visit auburn.edu/admissions/deposit. This deposit is non-refundable and will apply to your first semester tuition and orientation fees. All students are required to pay the enrollment deposit including PACT participants and academic or athletic scholarship recipients. If you are accepted after the deposit deadline, you have 15 days from your acceptance date to submit your enrollment deposit.
  3. Register for Camp War Eagle orientation.

    Deadline: June 1

    Camp War Eagle is Auburn’s orientation program for incoming freshmen and their families.

    Your enrollment deposit must be received to register for Camp War Eagle. Beginning in mid-March, First Year Experience will mail registration information to students who have submitted their enrollment deposit. For more information about Camp War Eagle, please visit: auburn.edu/cwe.

    Freshmen entering in Auburn’s spring term must attend Successfully Orienting Students (SOS) rather than Camp War Eagle. For more information about SOS, please visit: auburn.edu/sos.

  4. Send the final copy of your high school transcript.

    Upon graduation, request a final copy of your high school transcript (must include graduationdate) be sent to: 

    Auburn University
    Admission Processing
    1550 East Glenn Ave., Suite 1210
    Auburn, AL 36849

    Request AP or IB scores be sent to the Office of the Registrar for possible credit.

 

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Camp War Eagle

Camp War Eagle is Auburn’s orientation program for incoming freshmen and their families. While at Camp War Eagle, you will learn about university services and activities, meet with academic advisors in a group setting to help you decide what classes to take, register for fall semester classes, and connect with other students/families. Students will also meet their Camp War Eagle counselor, a current Auburn student, who will help prepare them for success as a new student. Orientation materials will be mailed to students who have submitted their enrollment deposit in mid-March. The deadline to register for Camp War Eagle is June 1. For more information about Camp War Eagle, please visit: auburn.edu/cwe.

Spring Term Students

Freshmen accepted for spring term will attend a Successfully Orienting Students (SOS) orientation in the fall. For more information about SOS, please visit: auburn.edu/sos.

You will not be able to register for Camp War Eagle or SOS orientation until your enrollment deposit has been received.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580  University Housing Website University Housing 

Student Housing

Do you want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus! The Hill, Quad, Village, South Donahue, and Cambridge residential areas at Auburn are your “home away from home.”

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. Visit auburn.edu/housing for more information about living on campus. At Auburn, freshmen are not required to live on campus. If you prefer to reside off campus, find the latest information about off-campus housing options at offcampushousing.auburn.edu.

Please note that on-campus housing for freshmen is limited. If you consider living on campus to be an integral part of your overall college experience, apply for housing as soon as possible to guarantee your spot and to optimize your chance of being placed in your preferred housing option. Though incoming freshman are not required to live on campus, we currently accommodate approximately 65% of our freshman class in on-campus housing. We do not guarantee on-campus housing and will initiate a waiting list when the number of housing applications exceeds capacity.

The housing application will be available on Monday, December 2, 2019.

Your enrollment deposit is not a deposit for housing. A separate housing pre-payment must be submitted with your housing application. Cancellation of housing does NOT imply cancellation of admission.

Scholarships

Phone Office of Scholarships 334-844-7570 Office of Scholarships Website University Scholarships 

Incoming freshman accepted for admission must complete the scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) at auaccess.auburn.edu by 4:45 p.m. CST on December 15 to receive scholarship consideration. The minimum test score and high school GPA required for consideration must be reflected on the applicant record within AUSOM by December 15. Following receipt by Auburn, it may take up to three days before test scores and GPA’s  are updated in AUSOM.

Incoming students are not required to submit the enrollment deposit to apply for scholarships and are only required to complete the scholarship application once each academic year. To complete the scholarship application and search for scholarships, visit AUSOM on Admitted Students or My Finances in AU Access.

Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)*, available online beginning October 1 at fafsa.ed.gov. Need-based scholarships may be awarded to incoming freshman beginning in January, requiring the FAFSA to be received by December 15 for maximum scholarship consideration.  Students selected for FAFSA verification will not be eligible for financial aid, including need-based scholarships, if this process is incomplete. The FAFSA, and other requirements if necessary, should be received by February 1 for priority consideration of financial aid.

Visit auburn.edu/scholarship for more information on scholarships and AUSOM.

Financial Aid

Phone Financial Aid Office 334-844-4634 Office of Financial Aid Website Office of Financial Aid 

More than 60% of Auburn students receive some type of financial assistance. The FAFSA* is available online beginning October 1. Students selected for FAFSA verification will not be eligible for financial aid, including need-based scholarships, if this process is incomplete. The FAFSA should be received by February 1 for consideration of financial aid. Types of financial aid available include grants, loans, and work-study programs. 

*The FAFSA is the only form a student is required to complete to be considered for student assistance from any of the Title IV HEA programs, except for information needed to ensure the student’s eligibility for such assistance (e.g., information needed to complete verification or to demonstrate compliance with the student eligibility provisions of the HEA and the regulations). Additional information, if requested, will be listed on the student’s AU Access My Finances page after we receive the results of the FAFSA. For additional information, visit auburn.edu/finaid.

A Medical Information Form must be submitted prior to your enrollment at Auburn. Information about the form can be viewed at auburn.edu/aumc/Forms.aspx. For more information email aumcmedrecords@eamc.org or call 334-844-4416.

You will register for classes during orientation. To familiarize yourself with classes at Auburn, you can review and download the latest version of the Auburn University Bulletin, our course catalog, at auburn.edu/bulletin.

Enrollment Checklist for Freshmen

Activate your Auburn student account at auburn.edu/activate for access to Tigermail and AU Access.

Submit your $250 enrollment deposit within AU Access or at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit.

If you want to live on campus, visit the housing website at auburn.edu/housing to apply.

Complete your scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) within AU Access.

Complete the FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov to receive consideration for need-based scholarships and other financial aid.

Register for Camp War Eagle.

Have your high school send your final transcript following graduation.

Make sure AP or IB scores are sent to the Office of the Registrar for possible credit.

Accept scholarships in AUSOM and financial aid awards through My Finances in AU Access.

Submit the required medical form online at auburn.edu/aumc/forms.aspx.

Enjoy your time at Camp War Eagle and get ready for life on the Plains!

Active duty and veteran service personnel are encouraged to contact the Education Service Office (ESO) within their respective Military Service prior to enrolling.

Things to Remember

  • The deadline to submit the scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) is December 15 by 4:45 pm CST.
  • The deadline to submit your enrollment deposit is May 1 for summer and fall terms – November 1 for spring term.
  • On-campus housing is limited, so apply early! 
  • To confirm your place in the freshman class, you must submit your enrollment deposit by May 1 and register for Camp War Eagle by June 1.
  • You may register for Camp War Eagle once your enrollment deposit has been received.

Transfers

To confirm your place at Auburn University, you must complete all of the following by the deadlines given below:

  1. Activate your Auburn User account. 
    Visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your Auburn account. Once your account is activated, you will be able to log in to AU Access – your Auburn account portal. You will also be able to log in to Tigermail (your Auburn email account) which will be the official form of communication from Auburn offices. It is important to activate your account first in this process, as you will need access to these tools to complete your admission acceptance.

    Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
    AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

  2. Submit your $250 Enrollment Deposit.
    Submit your enrollment deposit online via AU Access or visit auburn.edu/admissions/deposit. This deposit is non-refundable and will apply to your first semester tuition and orientation fees. Charges incurred prior to registration will be billed separately and should be paid accordingly. All students are required to pay the enrollment deposit including PACT participants and athletic scholarship recipients. If you are accepted after the deposit deadline, you have 15 days from your acceptance date to submit your enrollment deposit. This is not a deposit for university housing.
  3. Complete the Pre-Orientation Modules.
    Click here for more information about the pre-orientation modules. The pre-orientation modules will help you complete your transfer plan of study and prepare you to register for classes when your registration time ticket opens in November (spring students), or April (summer/fall students).

    These modules will also help facilitate communication with your academic advisor. At Auburn University, class registration is assigned by specific time tickets based on the number of hours you have completed. For spring semesters, time tickets begin opening in early November. For summer and fall semesters, time tickets begin opening in early April. In order to be ready for your time ticket, complete the pre-orientation modules and pay your enrollment deposit by October 15 (spring students) or March 15 (summer/fall students). This will assure your advisor has time to review your information before your time ticket opens. We encourage you to complete the modules as soon as possible because the longer you wait the fewer class options will be available.

    It will take time for your advisor to review your information and send your suggested classes after you complete the modules. If you complete the modules after October 15 (spring students) or March 15 (summer/fall), it may take your advisor longer due to the increased demand during the registration period. We encourage you to complete the modules as soon as possible and allow at least seven business days for your advisor to review your information.

  4. Register for Classes.
    In order to register for classes, you must have submitted your enrollment deposit and have completed the pre-orientation modules, which includes the transfer plan of study. After your advisor has reviewed the information you have submitted, you will receive suggested classes to take your first semester. More details will be discussed within the pre-orientation modules. Time tickets will open in early November (spring students) and early April (summer/fall students).

    You must attend SOS to keep your class schedule.

  5. Register for SOS orientation.
    Successfully Orienting Students is Auburn’s one-day transfer student orientation program, which emphasizes campus life and services. At SOS, you will meet with your academic advisor in a group setting and participate in small group discussions on college life led by Auburn student leaders. For more information about SOS, please visit: auburn.edu/sos

    Registration for SOS is only available online through your AU Access account. Directions can be found at auburn.edu/sos/registration.

    Please call First Year Experience at (334) 844-4501 if you have difficulty registering for SOS.

    Unclassified students (seeking second undergraduate degrees) and transient (visiting) students are not required to attend SOS. Unclassified students and transient students should contact the Office of the Registrar for registration information at 334-844-2544.

    Declining Admission

    If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Successfully Orienting Students

Successfully Orienting Students (SOS) is Auburn’s one-day transfer orientation program, which emphasizes campus life and services. At SOS, you will meet with your academic advisor in a group setting and participate in small group discussions on college life led by Auburn student leaders. For more information about SOS, please visit: auburn.edu/sos.

Your Enrollment Deposit and Transfer Plan of Study (online form) must submitted to be able to register for SOS.

Summer Students

In order to register for classes, you must have submitted your enrollment deposit and have completed the pre-orientation modules, which includes the transfer plan of study. After your advisor has reviewed the information you have submitted, you will receive suggested classes to take your first semester. More details will be discussed within the pre-orientation modules. Time tickets will open in early April.

Transfer Students who wish to enroll in summer school should plan to attend SOS in the spring.

Scholarships

Phone Office of Scholarships 334-844-7570 Office of Scholarships Website University Scholarships 

Incoming transfer students accepted for admission must complete the scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) at auaccess.auburn.edu by 4:45 p.m. CST on February 1 to receive scholarship consideration. Incoming students are not required to submit the enrollment deposit to apply for scholarships and are only required to complete the scholarship application once each academic year. To complete the scholarship application and search for scholarships, visit AUSOM on Admitted Students or My Finances in AU Access.

Students planning to apply for scholarships must have a complete admission application file by January 15. Students should complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)*, available October 1 online at fafsa.ed.gov. Need-based scholarships may be awarded to incoming students beginning in December, requiring the FAFSA to be received by December 1 for maximum scholarship consideration. The FAFSA should be received by February 1 for consideration of financial aid. Visit auburn.edu/scholarship for more information on scholarships and AUSOM.

Financial Aid

Phone Financial Aid Office 334-844-4634 Office of Financial Aid Website Office of Financial Aid 

More than 60% of Auburn students receive some type of financial assistance. The FAFSA* is available online October 1 and should be received by Auburn University by February 1 for consideration of financial aid.

*The FAFSA is the only form a student is required to complete to be considered for student assistance from any of the Title IV HEA programs, except for information needed to ensure the student’s eligibility for such assistance (e.g., information needed to complete verification or to demonstrate compliance with the student eligibility provisions of the HEA and the regulations). Additional information, if requested, will be listed on the student’s AU Access My Finances page after we receive the results of the FAFSA. For additional information, visit auburn.edu/finaid.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. If you want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships, then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. You can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus. If you are interested in on-campus, apply early to optimize your chance of being placed in your preferred housing option

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

A Medical Information Form must be submitted prior to your enrollment at Auburn. Information about the form can be viewed at auburn.edu/aumc/Forms.aspx. For more information email aumcmedrecords@eamc.org or call 334-844-4416.

In order to register for classes, you must have submitted your enrollment deposit and have completed the pre-orientation modules, which includes the transfer plan of study. For more information about the pre-orientation modules, please visit auburn.edu/sos.

After your advisor has reviewed the information you have submitted, you will receive suggested classes to take your first semester. More details will be discussed within the pre-orientation modules. Time tickets will open in early November (spring students), early April (summer/fall students).

Enrollment Checklist for Transfer Students

Activate your Auburn student account at auburn.edu/activate for access to Tigermail and AU Access.

Submit your $250 enrollment deposit within AU Access or at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit.

Submit your Transfer Plan of Study.

Complete your scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) within AU Access by February 1.

Complete the FAFSA at fafsa.ed.gov to receive consideration for need-based scholarships and other financial aid by February 1 to receive priority consideration.

Register for Successfully Orienting Students

Have your postsecondary institution(s) send your final transcript(s) for possible credit.

Accept scholarships in AUSOM and financial aid awards through My Finances in AU Access.

Submit the required medical form online at auburn.edu/aumc/forms.aspx.

Active duty and veteran service personnel are encouraged to contact the Education Service Office (ESO) within their respective Military Service prior to enrolling

Things to Remember

  • You cannot register for SOS until your enrollment deposit and Plan of Study have been received.
  • If you want to live on campus, visit the housing website at auburn.edu/housing to apply.

Transients

Account Activation

The next step in your enrollment process is to activate your Auburn user account. Please visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your account and gain other valuable technology-related information. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access. TigerMail will be the official form of communication for Auburn offices, such as Financial Aid, and AU Access will be your connection to lots of important and relevant information, such as submitting your enrollment deposit, housing information, and student life information. Stay connected!

Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

Enrollment Deposit

Please submit your $250 enrollment deposit, either online at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit or through AU Access. The deadline for payment of your $250 enrollment deposit is May 1 for Summer term, July 1 for Fall term, and November 1 for Spring term. This deposit is non-refundable and will apply as a credit to your university billing account.

Registration

Transient students are not required to attend orientation. Transient students should contact the Registrar’s office to receive a "Time Ticket" in order to be able to register for classes. The Office of the Registrar may be reached at 334-844-2544.

Medical Form

A Medical Information Form must be submitted by all incoming students prior to class registration. To complete your Medical Form please visit the Med Clinic Forms page

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. Want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. And, you can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus, and therefore, freshmen are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Housing is guaranteed on a first come, first-served basis so don’t delay in securing your reservation!

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

Early Admission

Account Activation

The next step in your enrollment process is to activate your Auburn user account. Please visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your account and gain other valuable technology-related information. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access. TigerMail will be the official form of communication for Auburn offices, such as Financial Aid, and AU Access will be your connection to lots of important and relevant information, such as submitting your enrollment deposit, completing your scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM), housing information, and student life information. Stay connected!

Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

Enrollment Deposit

Please submit your $250 enrollment deposit, either online at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit or through AU Access. The deadline for payment of your $250 enrollment deposit is May 1 for Summer/Fall terms and November 1 for Spring term. This deposit confirms your place in the class, is non-refundable, and will apply as a credit to your university billing account. The deposit is applied to tuition and orientation fees.

Transcripts

Upon completion of the school year, make sure a final copy of your high school transcript is sent. If you are requesting Advanced Placement credit, please send those scores as well. All items should be sent to:

Admission Processing
1550 East Glenn Ave, Suite 1210
Auburn, AL 36849

Medical Form

A Medical Information Form must be submitted by all incoming students prior to class registration. To complete your Medical Form please visit the Med Clinic Forms page

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Scholarships

Phone Office of Scholarships 334-844-7570 Office of Scholarships Website University Scholarships 

Auburn provides a variety of scholarships to eligible students through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM). Incoming early admission students must complete the scholarship application through AUSOM by 4:45 p.m. CST on December 15 to receive consideration for scholarships.

Incoming students are not required to submit the enrollment deposit to apply for scholarships and are only required to complete the scholarship application once each academic year. To complete the scholarship application and search for scholarships, visit AUSOM on Admitted Students or My Finances in AU Access.

Visit auburn.edu/scholarship for more information on scholarships and AUSOM.

Financial Aid

Phone Financial Aid Office 334-844-4634 Office of Financial Aid Website Office of Financial Aid 

More than 60% of Auburn students receive some type of financial assistance. The FAFSA* is available online October 1 and should be received by Auburn University by February 1 for consideration of financial aid, including need-based scholarships. Types of financial aid available include grants, loans, and work-study programs.

*The FAFSA is the only form a student is required to complete to be considered for student assistance from any of the Title IV HEA programs, except for information needed to ensure the student’s eligibility for such assistance (e.g., information needed to complete verification or to demonstrate compliance with the student eligibility provisions of the HEA and the regulations). Additional information, if requested, will be listed on the student’s AU Access My Finances page after we receive the results of the FAFSA. For additional information, visit auburn.edu/finaid.

Phone Office of First Year Experience 334-844-4501 Camp War Eagle Website Camp War Eagle SOS Website SOS 

Early Admission students entering Summer or Fall semester will attend Camp War Eagle (CWE). Camp War Eagle is Auburn's summer orientation program for incoming freshmen. The program exists primarily to better orient Auburn's new students through a structured program emphasizing academic and personal success. Students meet faculty, talk with academic advisors, and register for fall semester classes. Deposited students will receive information about CWE after the deposit confirmation is received. 

Early Admission students entering Spring semester will attend SOS (Successfully Orientating Students) in either November or January prior to the start of classes. SOS is a one-day program that emphasizes university services, meetings with academic advisors, small group discussions on college student life led by upper-class student leaders, and registration for classes. Students will receive more information about SOS after the enrollment deposit is received.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. Want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. And, you can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus, and therefore, freshmen are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Housing is guaranteed on a first come, first-served basis so don’t delay in securing your reservation!

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

International

Account Activation

The next step in your enrollment process is to activate your Auburn user account. Please visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your account and gain other valuable technology-related information. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access. TigerMail will be the official form of communication for Auburn offices, such as Financial Aid, and AU Access will be your connection to lots of important and relevant information, such as submitting your enrollment deposit, completing your scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM), housing information, and student life information. Stay connected!

Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

Enrollment Deposit

Please submit your $250 enrollment deposit, either online at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit or through AU Access. This deposit is non-refundable, and will apply as a credit to your university billing account. The deadlines for payment of your $250 enrollment deposit are: 

Freshmen 
May 1 for Summer/Fall terms and November 1 for Spring term. 

Transfer
May 1 (or 15 days from acceptance) for Summer term, July 1 for Fall term, and November 1 for Spring term. 

Medical Form

A Medical Information Form must be submitted by all incoming students prior to class registration. To complete your Medical Form please visit the Med Clinic Forms page

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Plan of Study (International Transfer only)

After acceptance, students are asked to complete a transfer plan of study. The information on this plan of study will be used to build your class schedule for your first term of enrollment. Once you have activated your AU account, please visit auaccess.auburn.edu to complete and submit your Plan of Study.

Phone Office of Scholarships 334-844-7570 Office of Scholarships Website University Scholarships 


Auburn provides a variety of scholarships to eligible students through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM). Incoming international students must complete the scholarship application through AUSOM by 4:45 p.m. CST on December 1 to receive consideration for scholarships.

Incoming students are not required to submit the enrollment deposit to apply for scholarships and are only required to complete the scholarship application once each academic year. To complete the scholarship application and search for scholarships, visit AUSOM on Admitted Students or My Finances in AU Access.

Visit auburn.edu/scholarship for more information on scholarships and AUSOM.

Phone Office of First Year Experience 334-844-4501 SOS Website SOS 

Freshmen
Camp War Eagle (CWE) is Auburn's summer orientation program for incoming freshmen. The program exists primarily to better orient Auburn's new students through a structured program emphasizing academic and personal success. Students meet faculty, talk with academic advisors, and register for fall semester classes. Deposited students will receive information about CWE after the deposit confirmation is received. International Students also attend an international orientation and will receive information from the Office of International Education. If your arrival in the United States prohibits participation in Camp War Eagle, students can attend the last scheduled SOS session prior to the beginning of classes. If also unable to attend SOS then the international orientation session will assist in meeting your orientation needs. 

Transfer
All transfer students are required to attend the SOS (Successfully Orientating Students) Program. SOS is a one-day program that emphasizes university services, meetings with academic advisors, small group discussions on college student life led by upper-class student leaders, and registration for classes. Students will receive more information about SOS after the enrollment deposit is received. International Students also attend an international orientation and will receive information from the Office of International Education.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. Want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. And, you can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus, and therefore, freshmen are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Housing is guaranteed on a first come, first-served basis so don’t delay in securing your reservation!

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

Auditors

Account Activation

The next step in your enrollment process is to activate your Auburn user account. Please visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your account and gain other valuable technology-related information. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access. TigerMail will be the official form of communication for Auburn offices, such as Financial Aid, and AU Access will be your connection to lots of important and relevant information, such as submitting your enrollment deposit, housing information, and student life information. Stay connected!

Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

Enrollment Deposit

Please submit your $250 enrollment deposit, either online at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit or through AU Access. The deadline for payment of your $250 enrollment deposit is May 1 for Summer term, July 1 for Fall term, and November 1 for Spring term. This deposit is non-refundable and will apply as a credit to your university billing account.

Registration

Auditing students are not required to attend orientation. Auditing students should contact the Registrar’s office to receive a "Time Ticket" in order to be able to register for classes. The Office of the Registrar may be reached at 334-844-2544.

Medical Form

A Medical Information Form must be submitted by all incoming students prior to class registration. To complete your Medical Form please visit the Med Clinic Forms page

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. Want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. And, you can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus, and therefore, freshmen are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Housing is guaranteed on a first come, first-served basis so don’t delay in securing your reservation!

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

Unclassified

Account Activation

The next step in your enrollment process is to activate your Auburn user account. Please visit auburn.edu/activate for instructions to enable your account and gain other valuable technology-related information. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access. TigerMail will be the official form of communication for Auburn offices, such as Financial Aid, and AU Access will be your connection to lots of important and relevant information, such as submitting your enrollment deposit, completing your scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM), housing information, and student life information. Stay connected!

Tigermail: tigermail.auburn.edu
AU Access: auaccess.auburn.edu

Enrollment Deposit

Please submit your $250 enrollment deposit, either online at auburn.edu/admissions/deposit or through AU Access. The deadline for payment of your $250 enrollment deposit is May 1 for Summer term, July 1 for Fall term, and November 1 for Spring term. This deposit is non-refundable and will apply as a credit to your university billing account.

Registration

Unclassified students are not required to attend orientation. Unclassified students should contact the Registrar’s office to receive a "Time Ticket" in order to be able to register for classes. The Office of the Registrar may be reached at 334-844-2544.

Medical Form

A Medical Information Form must be submitted by all incoming students prior to class registration. To complete your Medical Form please visit the Med Clinic Forms page

Declining Admission

If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to decline@auburn.edu. Please include your full name, student number or date of birth and address along with a brief statement explaining that you are withdrawing your application.


Phone Financial Aid Office 334-844-4634 Office of Financial Aid Website Office of Financial Aid 

More than 60% of Auburn students receive some type of financial assistance. The FAFSA* is available online October 1 and should be received by Auburn University by February 1 for consideration of financial aid. Types of financial aid available include grants, loans, and work-study programs.

*The FAFSA is the only form a student is required to complete to be considered for student assistance from any of the Title IV HEA programs, except for information needed to ensure the student’s eligibility for such assistance (e.g., information needed to complete verification or to demonstrate compliance with the student eligibility provisions of the HEA and the regulations). Additional information, if requested, will be listed on the student’s AU Access My Finances page after we receive the results of the FAFSA. For additional information, visit auburn.edu/finaid.

Phone University Housing 334-844-4580 University Housing Website University Housing 

The Hill, Quad, Village, Cambridge, and South Donahue residence halls at Auburn are your "home away from home." Soon you will receive more information about the accommodations and services that Auburn offers. Want convenience, a supportive environment, and the chance to develop lasting friendships? Then live on campus!

You’ll also be able to take advantage of programs, activities, and leadership opportunities right where you live. And, you can access the Internet directly through wireless connections in your room and common areas in the residence halls.

At Auburn, you’re not required to live on campus, and therefore, freshmen are not guaranteed on-campus housing. Housing is guaranteed on a first come, first-served basis so don’t delay in securing your reservation!

If you prefer to live off-campus, visit offcampushousing.auburn.edu to get the latest information about off-campus living in Auburn.

Last updated: 11/13/2019