At Auburn, we recognize the investment you are making in higher education, and we are dedicated to helping you find sources of financing.
There are many types of aid available, including scholarships, grants, loans, part-time employment, or a combination of these sources of
aid. Explore the financial aid link for step-by-step instructions, and visit the scholarship site for minimum requirements and deadlines.
- Cost of Attendance
- Net Price Calculator
- Financial Aid
Cost of Attendance
Tuition & Fees
12+ hours $5,100/semester
12+ hours $13,692/semester
On-Campus Housing Rates
$2,850 - $5,400/semester
Housing costs are dependent upon your housing area on campus. Housing rates include all utilities except local phone service. Wireless internet and TV
cable service are also included. For additional housing information, please visit auburn.edu/housing.
Net Price Calculator
The Auburn University Net Price Calculator is designed to help you estimate your cost of attendance at Auburn University by
calculating tuition, fee, and housing charges against financial aid and scholarship awards for which you may qualify.
A number of scholarships are awarded annually by the Office of University Scholarships, including four-year, renewable
Freshman Scholarships for incoming freshmen
and one-year General Scholarships for new and
current students. Departmental Scholarships
are also awarded each year to new and current students by the various colleges and schools on campus. In addition,
External Scholarships are applied directly to
students’ university billing accounts by the Office of University Scholarships.
More than 60% of Auburn students receive some type of financial assistance. Millions of dollars
are awarded each year in financial aid and scholarships. The Free Application for Federal Student Aid
(FAFSA) is available online on January 1. The results of your FAFSA and other requirements, if
necessary, must be received by Auburn by April 1 to receive maximum federal aid consideration. The
FAFSA determines your eligibility for grants, loans, and work-study programs, which are need-based.
The Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) is the only form that 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 Tigeri Financial Aid Requirements page after we receive the results of the FAFSA.