- Submit your Admission Application.
- Pay the $50 non-refundable application fee.
- Submit your official high school transcripts.
- ACT and/or SAT scores submitted directly from the testing agency (writing score is optional).
The student information system will be unavailable from Friday, March 27th at 4:00 PM (CST) through Monday, March 30th at 8:00 AM (CST) due to a scheduled upgrade.
Systems affected by the upgrade include the Admission Application, Information Request, Campus Tour registration, and War Eagle Day registration.
We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause.
Freshmen are students who are currently attending or who have graduated from high school but not attended college (summer following high school graduation excluded).
When you apply to Auburn, the Admissions Staff carefully assesses your academic potential.
Each application is given personal consideration.
While the decision is based upon test scores and high school GPA, students must have completed course requirement in their high school curriculum. These include:
Transcript evaluation utilizes a 4.0 scale. A weighted GPA is utilized when included in the high school transcript. If a student attends a high school whose system does not provide a weighted GPA on a 4.0 scale, the high school may include a cover letter with the transcript indicating the student's weighted GPA.
Admission standards are based on the quality of your high school grades as well as your score on either the American College Test (ACT)
or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT). Auburn University requires that all incoming freshmen provide test scores, the writing portion is optional, from either the American College Test (ACT) or the Scholastic Aptitude Test (SAT) . No preference is given for either test and
the highest score will be used for admission purposes.
The institution number for the ACT is 0011 and the number for the SAT is 1005.
Exactly what ACT or SAT score and grade point average will it take to earn freshman admission?
The answer will depend on the number and quality of students who apply this year. It also depends on our evaluation of each applicant's
credentials. Plus, we have to take into account the limited number of places in the Freshman Class of 2015. Competition for these spaces
will ultimately set the standards.
Some data on the Freshmen class of Fall 2014:
Average ACT range for entering Freshmen: 24 - 30
Average SAT range for entering Freshmen: 1090 - 1350
(Critical Reading + Math score)
Average GPA for entering Freshmen: 3.74
For a better understanding of the admission competition, please check the New Student Data for Summer and Fall Enrollees on the Office of Institutional Research and Assessment site.
Freshmen can begin applying for admission on July 1st for Spring semester and September 1st for Summer/Fall semesters via the Online Admission Application
Applicants with excellent academic credentials can be admitted by Early Action beginning on October 15 for students who have completed
an application and submitted all required documents.
Early Action decisions are strictly academic, based on a combination of high school GPA and the ACT or SAT score of the applicant; other factors are not considered. Students who meet the Early Action criteria will be accepted on a weekly basis from October 15 to February 15.
Admission decisions made based on criteria other than Early Action criteria are determined in three rounds beginning November 15.
Those decisions will include acceptance and non-acceptance. These decisions are based primarily on academic achievement but also
evaluate other factors submitted in the application process.
First round decisions will be made November 15 for students who have completed an application. Not all students in the applicant pool will receive a decision in the first round. Applicants for whom a decision is not made will be notified of a continuing review of their application.
Second round decisions will be made December 15 for students who complete an application. Once again, not all students in the applicant pool will receive a decision.
Third round and final decisions will be made by February 15 for students who have completed their application and submitted the required documents by January 15. All students with a completed application and submitted documents will receive a decision this round.
The instructions below will assist you in completing the application accurately.
Please take a few minutes to read the following information. Your first step is to complete and submit this application. The instructions below will assist you in completing the application accurately. Of particular importance is your Login ID and Personal Identification Number (PIN).
When you begin the application, you will be asked to define your Login ID and PIN. The first is a nine-digit Login ID,
and you may select any combination of alphanumeric characters. The other component of your identification is the numeric,
six-digit, Personal Identification Number (PIN).
Note: Make sure you write the Login ID and PIN down and store them in a secure place. You will need them to return to your application or to check your status.
Should you forget your Login ID or PIN, the Office of Undergraduate Admissions will assist you with re-acquiring them via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org. You must include your full name and login ID (if known). Requests are normally processed in 24 hours.
Please enter your information in a mixed case (upper and lower case). Review your entries carefully for accuracy. Inaccurate or incomplete information can delay the processing of your application.
As you fill out the application, you will be asked to supply a personal identification number. One item is your social security number (SSN). While this information is sensitive, it assists Auburn University in identifying your high school, test score, college and financial aid records. Auburn University is committed to maintaining your privacy surrounding this confidential information.
By federal law, the submission of certain information at the time of application for admission is optional. These items include social security number, ethnicity, date of birth and sex. At Auburn University, this information is used for reporting, record keeping and data validation.
Where do I send my transcripts, test scores and other documents?
108 Mary Martin Hall
Auburn, AL 36849
How do I withdraw my application / decline admission?
If you decide you no longer want to be considered for admission, you may withdraw your application by sending an email to email@example.com. 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.