Freshman scholarships are awarded exclusively to incoming freshmen and are renewable for four years.
Transfer scholarships are awarded to incoming transfer students.
Need-based scholarships are awarded by the Office of University Scholarships and each of Auburn University's 12 colleges and schools.
The Auburn Alumni Association, along with close to 100 Auburn Clubs throughout the country, annually funds scholarships for incoming and current students based on criteria such as academic achievement, geographic location, and financial need.
Criteria for general scholarships vary and may include but not be limited to geographic location as defined by city, county, or state of residence and/or high school attended, academic achievement, and financial need.
Each of Auburn University's 12 colleges and schools awards scholarships separate from the scholarships awarded at the university level.
Scholarships intended to foster diversity as defined by Auburn University’s Strategic Plan are awarded by the Office of University Scholarships and each of the 12 colleges and schools.
Auburn University’s Veterans Resource Center devotes comprehensive support and a range of services for current and former military service members.
Auburn University’s Honors College offers qualified Auburn students a unique academic experience, designed to provide many of the advantages of a small college in the midst of the many diverse opportunities available at a large university.
A variety of music, band, and choir scholarships are available for a select group of talented students participating in any of Auburn University's fine ensembles.
Auburn University’s ROTC program is consistently one of the top-rated training programs in the country, offering training, leadership, and scholarship opportunities to students.
External scholarships are awarded by employers, individuals, companies, high schools, religious groups, and professional associations independently of Auburn University.