Financial Information

Fees and Charges

Auburn University's fees have remained somewhat lower than those charged by similar institutions in the Southeast and in other sections of the country. As institutional costs have risen, small increases in fees have been authorized from time to time by the Board of Trustees. Every effort is made, however, to hold fees and charges at a minimum.

The following fees and charges are in effect at this time. However, since the catalog must be published well in advance of the next school year, it is not always possible to anticipate changes. Thus the fee schedule may have to be revised. Every effort will be made to publicize changes as far in advance as possible.

Basic Quarterly Charges

Students should be prepared to complete registration by payment of fees and charges, upon notice, prior to the beginning of the quarter.

 Graduate & Undergraduate

 Alabama Students

 Non-Ala. Students
 1. University Fee - 10 to 15 credit hours (all except Veterinary Medicine, Architecture & Pharmacy) (a.)  920.00  2,760.00
 2. University Fee - Veterinary Medicine *** (a)  1,760.00 ** 5,280.00 
 3. University Fee - Architecture *** (a) 1,410.00  4,230.00 
 4. University Fee - Pharmacy *** (a) 1,760.00  5,280.00 
 5. Fee for each credit hour over 15 hours in addition to 1 through 4 above. 30.00  90.00 
 6. Registration Fee (Less than 10 hours) (b.)  160.00 480.00 
 7. Credit Hour Fee (Less than 10 credit hours) (except Vet. Med., Arch. and Phar.) (b.)  76.00 228.00 
 8. Credit Hour Fee - Vet. Med.*** (b) 160.00  480.00 
 9. Credit Hour Fee - Arch.*** (b) 125.00  375.00 
 10. Credit Hour Fee - Phar.*** (b)  160.00  480.00
 11. Auditing Fee (c.) 76.00  228.00 
 12. Clearing for Graduation (d.) 160.00  480.00 
 13. Music Fee (per applied course) (e.) 94.00  94.00 
 14. Computer Literacy (UNIV 0135) 26.00  26.00 
 15. Flower Arranging (HORT 0225) 87.00  87.00 
 16. Field Laboratory Courses - Off Campus Program (f.)
  a. Service Fee 160.00   480.00  
  b. Per Credit Hour Fee 65.00  195.00 
 17. Correspondence Study Course Fee (g.)    
   a. Service Fee 20.00  20.00 
  b. Per Credit Hour Fee 49.00  49.00 
 18. Engineering Fee (Per Credit Hour)  5.00 5.00 
 19. College of Business Fee (Per Credit Hour)  5.00 5.00 
 20. College of Sciences & Mathematics Fee (Per Credit Hour ­ 500-level courses and below)  5.00 5.00 
  21. School of Human Sciences (Per Credit Hour)

 5.00

 5.00
  22. Transit System Fee

 10.00

 10.00
  23. SGA Fee ($5-Foy Union & $5-Student Act.

 10.00

 10.00

* Graduate students are authorized to pay fees at the in-state rate, provided they are on a one-quarter time or greater appointment as a Graduate Teaching Assistant (GTA), Graduate Research Assistant (GRA) or a Graduate Assistant (GA). Their appointment date must be effective as of the fifth class day of each quarter, as reflected on their Personnel Action Form. Fall Quarter's appointment date may be October 1, or the fifth class day, whichever is later. A student employed as a GTA, GRA or GA each quarter for three consecutive quarters may also pay fees at the in-state rate for the next quarter, regardless of their appointment status for that quarter.

** Only $1,760.00 for SREB students.

*** Professional Program.

 

(a.) The University Fee is used to meet part of the cost of instruction, physical training and development, laboratory materials and supplies for students use, maintenance, operation, and expansion of the physical plant, Library and Student Activities.

The Student Activities portion of the fee supports such activities on campus as intercollegiate athletics, exhibits, GLOMERATA, intramural sports, PLAINSMAN, religious life, social affairs, student government, student union activities and operations, TIGER CUB, and WEGL Radio Station. This fee includes 25 cents held in reserve to cover unnecessary damage to University property by students.

(b.) Students registering for fewer than 10 credit hours will pay the Registration Fee plus the Credit Hour Fee for each credit hour. (Students who register for 10 or more hours will pay the University Fee.) The Registration Fee is waived for full-time faculty and staff. All students except faculty and staff are eligible to participate in Student Activities.

(c.) Any student who pays less than full fees must pay this fee for auditing a course. (Not charged to faculty and staff.)

(d.) A student who is a candidate for a degree in a quarter in which no credit work is taken is required to register in such quarter as a prerequisite to graduation. (For members of the faculty and staff the charge shall be reduced to $5.00.) Graduation fee is to be paid in addition to this charge.

(e.) This additional music fee to be paid for each Performance Course of individual instruction. Instruction is available in one hour or two half hour lessons per week.

(f.) Students registering for Field Laboratory Courses or off-campus courses will pay the Service Fee plus the additional fee per credit hour. Students participating in the Study Abroad/Exchange Program will pay the off-campus courses Service Fee, and any course work resulting in AU credit or grades will be assessed in accordance with the University fee structure.

(g.) Students registering for Correspondence Study Courses will pay the Service Fee plus the additional fee per credit hour. Special Lab Fees may be associated with certain courses.

Other Fees & Charges

Late Payment Charges

All students, regardless of classification, must clear tuition, fees and other University obligations by the deadlines set by the University, or be liable for late payment charges. Late payment charges will be assessed following each due date at 1.5 percent of the unpaid balance.

 Late Registration Fee-Applicable for currently enrolled students who fail to register during the University registration period for the term for which they are registering late.

 $50.00
 Reinstatement Re-enrollment Fee (after disenrollment)  50.00
 Achievement Certificate Fee  10.00

Application Fee

The application fee must accompany all applications for admission. Not refundable nor applicable to registration fees. (see section on Admissions.) An application fee must accompany the application for housing and is not refundable or applicable to housing fees. (see section on housing.)

 Duplicate Diploma Fee  $20.00
 Doctoral Dissertation Microfilming Fee  55.00
 Equivalency Examination Fee (GED) (each) 20.00 
 Thesis and Dissertation Binding Fee (per copy). Three to five copies usually required.  7.00
 Graduation Fee (each degree) 20.00 

Payment of graduation fee is due by the due date of bill on which it is charged.

Internships

Agriculture: AGEC 0399, ANSC 0495, AGRN 0390, ENTM 0491, FISH 0315, HORT 0330, POUL 0402; Business: ACCT 0400, ECON 0400, FINC 0400, MNGT 0400, MKTG 0400; Communication: COMM 0639, RTVF 0439, PRCM 0439; Communication Disorders: CMDS 0658, 0668; Criminal Justice: CJUS 0464; Foreign Language International Trade: FLNG 0499; Journalism: JRNL 0425; Political Science: POLI 0450; Zoology: ZYWL 0490.

Fees will be one-half the full University Fee or one-half of the non-Alabama University fee, if applicable. Total course load not to exceed 9 credit hours.

Rent for Student Housing, (see section on Housing and Residence Life)

Meal Plans (See section on Food Services under Student Services and Programs.)

 Registration fees for sponsor billing; To Trust Funds, companies, or other sponsors  $5.00
 Charge for returned check 20.00 
 Notice: ALL CHECKS ARE ACCEPTED SUBJECT TO COLLECTION  

 Special Service Fees
 Cooperative Education Program 30.00 
 Cooperative Education ID Fee (Applicable to co-op students who order athletic tickets at the student rate) 21.75 
 Internship Fee-Veterinary Medicine 15.00 
 Transcript Fee 3.00 

 

Registration Fee Cancellations or Refunds

Registration Fee Cancellations or Refunds for Resigning from All Classes. Students officially resigning prior to the start of a quarter will not be held liable for fees (other than non-refundable fees). Students resigning during the first 10 days of class will be charged a $100 Resignation Fee.

The liability for fees will not be excused for resignations effective after the 10th class day except in cases of resignation caused by personal illness (physicians statement required) or call into military service (copy of activation orders required, excluding temporary training assignments). A pro-rata reduction will be made in cases of personal illness and a full reduction for military service activation. Students having made prior payment will be refunded the amount paid less their liability after the resignation. Students suspended for disciplinary reasons are not eligible for refunds or reductions in liability. Resigning students receiving refunds will first have their refunds applied to any outstanding obligations and to any scholarship, grant or loan which they had received for the quarter.

Partial Refunds on Withdrawal from Courses. Students reducing course loads on or prior to the 10th day of classes may be eligible for a partial refund or reduction in liability of tuition and fees. To be eligible, the adjustment must be completed on or before the 10th day of classes. In such cases, fees will be reassessed based on the adjusted schedule.

A pro-rata refund policy will be in effect for those students receiving federal financial aid and attending Auburn University for the first time, and will be provided up to the 60 percent point of their first quarter. An administrative fee of the lesser of $100 or 5 percent of charges will be deducted from the refund.

An additional refund policy is applicable to all students receiving federal financial aid. A refund calculated using the University's refund policy will be compared to a refund calculated using federal regulations. The student will receive the larger amount.

Appeals. Students who believe that extenuating circumstances warrant an exception to the refund policy must submit an appeal in writing to the Director, Office of Bursar, Quad Center. Acceptance or rejection of the appeal will be mailed within 10 business days.

Payment of University Obligations

The Auburn University Billing/Receivable System will bill students by mail for the majority of their charges due AU. Among the charges included within this system are those for tuition/fees, Tiger Cub, housing and parking. Other charges will be included in the system as deemed appropriate. Charges not included within this system will be billed by the department which generated the charge. Any questions concerning a charge should be directed to the department responsible for that particular charge.

AU Billing/Receivable statements will be mailed at approximate monthly intervals corresponding to the University's quarterly schedule. Tuition and fees resulting from University registration will be billed within a week of the end of registration, with payment due approximately three weeks later. Additional charges will be billed as incurred. All charges appearing on a billing statement must be cleared by the due date for that statement or late payment charges will be assessed. Late payment charges may be waived for tuition resulting from University registration and housing charges when financial aid is processed through the University and evidence of such aid is recorded on the statement.

AU Billing/Receivable statements will be mailed to the student's mailing address (as maintained by the Registrar's office) unless the student directs otherwise. Students may request that all billing correspondence be sent to a specified address by contacting the Bursar's Office.

Students are expected to meet all financial obligations when they fall due. The University reserves the right to deny admission, dis-enroll, prevent participation in graduation and withhold transcripts, cap, gown and diploma of any student who fails to meet promptly their financial obligations to the University. It is each students responsibility to be informed of all payment due dates, deadlines, and other requirements by referring to official sources of University information such as this catalog, official calendar of events, announcements printed in the Plainsman, or that disseminated by other means from time to time. Students owing charges for prior quarters will not be allowed to register for future quarters until all charges are paid. Enrolled students who do not register during the University registration period will be liable for late registration charges.

University registration or other requests for class assignment create a liability for the payment of tuition and fees resulting from assigned classes. Such liability can only be excused when students withdraw or resign in accordance with University procedures.

Checks: Checks given in payment of any University obligation are accepted subject to final collection. If the bank on which the check is drawn does not honor the demand for payment and returns the check unpaid, the student will pay a returned check fee of $20 and any applicable late payment charges. If payment is not cleared promptly, the student's registration may be canceled. The University has the right but not the obligation to redeposit any insufficient check without notice to the student or maker.

Collection costs or charges along with all attorney fees necessary for the collection of any debt to the University will be charged to and paid by the debtor.

Veterans: All veterans (Chapters 30 and 32), reservists and guard members (Chapter 106) and veterans' dependents (Chapter 35) are responsible for paying fees and charges on the same basis as other students. Veterans under the Vocational Rehabilitation program (Chapter 31) and students receiving the Alabama GI Bill should make arrangements for their tuition, fees and books to be paid prior to their first payment due date.

Foreign Students Under Contract: A special administration management/program fee will be negotiated for foreign students who come to the University under a contractual arrangement that requires special administrative and programming arrangements beyond those of the regular academic program of the University.

Alabama and Non-Alabama Student Policy

For Students Enrolled before June 1, 1996

For the purpose of assessing fees, applicants shall be classified as Alabama or non-Alabama students. Non-Alabama students are required to pay a non-resident tuition fee.

An Alabama student is a person who shall be a citizen of the United States or a resident alien and who shall have resided and had habitation, home, and permanent abode in the State of Alabama for at least 12 months immediately preceding current registration. In applying this regulation, applicant shall mean a person applying for admission to the institution if applicant is married or 19 years of age, or, otherwise, it shall mean parents, parent or legal guardian of his or her person. If the parents are divorced, residence will be determined by the residency of the parent to whom the court has granted custody.

A person who establishes a guardianship for purpose of avoiding non Alabama fees will be subject to non-resident tuition.

In the determining of an Alabama student for purposes of assessing fees, the burden of proof is on the applicant.

Additional Persons Eligible for Resident Tuition

Additional Persons Eligible for Resident Tuition

1. Military personnel on active duty stationed in Alabama and their dependents (as defined by Internal Revenue Codes) as well as military personnel whose Home of Record is Alabama and their dependents.

2. Non-resident graduate students who have been awarded full academic, athletic or other similar performance tuition scholarships by Auburn University and non-resident graduate students who hold assistantships of 1/4 or more appointments.

3. Full-time employees of a State of Alabama agency or institution and their spouses and/or dependent children.

4. Persons who are dependents of a non-resident employed in Alabama full-time for at least one year prior to registration and who have filed an Alabama Income Tax Return for the tax year prior to the year in which the student is admitted and did not claim a credit on the Alabama return for income taxes paid to another state.

5. Non-resident students enrolled in programs included in the South. Reg. Educ. Board Academic Common Market provided the student does not change to another program not included. In such cases of change the student will be classified as a non-resident for tuition purposes.

6. Persons whose spouses by legal marriage are bona fide Alabama residents.

7. Dependents and spouses of persons who establish domicile within the State and who are employed full-time in a permanent position in the State.

8. Non-resident persons enrolled in programs of Auburn University not funded by tax revenues of the State of Alabama may be exempted from non-resident tuition.

Initial Determination of Eligibility

To be initially classified as eligible for resident tuition, students must demonstrate they or their parent, guardian or spouse qualify for one of the eligibility categories prior to the first day of class. A signed statement is required that qualification for the eligibility category claimed has been met prior to registration.

Change in Eligibility for Resident Tuition

Students determined to be eligible for resident tuition will maintain that eligibility upon re-enrollment within one full academic year of their most previous enrollment unless there is evidence that the student subsequently has abandoned resident status, e.g., registering to vote in another state. Students failing to re-enroll within one full academic year must establish eligibility upon enrollment.

Students initially classified as ineligible for resident tuition will retain that classification for tuition purposes until they provide documentation that they have qualified for resident tuition. The burden of proof of change in eligibility rests on those requesting change. Evidence relevant to an initial determination of eligibility is also relevant to establishing a change in eligibility .

Non-resident students who carry an academic load normal (10 or more hours) for students at Auburn University will be presumed to be in the State primarily for the purpose of gaining an education. Clear and convincing proof may overcome this presumption, but again, the burden of proof rests on those requesting change in eligibility. Any change in resident tuition eligibility occurring during an academic term will not become effective until the registration for the succeeding term.

The following types of evidence may contain data to establish twelve (12) month residency in the State. At least five of the nine criteria must be met. In all cases the person must be at least 19 years of age or married; otherwise, the person's residency will be based on that of the parent or guardian.

1. Ownership of residential property and other real property in the State or continuous occupation or renting of an apartment, house or other residential space in the State on an extended term of not less than twelve months.

2. Full-time permanent employment in the State.

3. Possession of State Licenses required to do business or practice a profession in Alabama.

4. Marriage to a bona fide Alabama resident.

5. Location of voting registration.

6. Filing Alabama resident tax returns.

7. Current Alabama drivers license

8. Alabama vehicle title registration and payment of property taxes.

9. Evidence of local banking activity for 12 consecutive months prior to making application for residency change.

The Registrar at the respective Auburn University campus shall have the responsibility for determining whether a student shall be classified as an Alabama or non-Alabama student. The decision of the Registrar shall be subject to review by the President (at Auburn) or the Chancellor (at AUM) or the designated representative of each upon written request of the applicant.

Policy for Students Enrolled

for the First Time June 1, 1996, and Thereafter

For the purpose of assessing fees, applicants shall be classified as Alabama or non-Alabama students. Non-Alabama students are required to pay a non-resident tuition fee.

An Alabama student is a person which shall be a citizen of the United States, or a resident alien, and who shall have resided and had habitation, home and permanent abode in the State of Alabama for at least 12 months immediately preceding current registration. In applying this regulation, "applicant' shall mean a person applying for admission to the institution, if applicant is married or 19 years of age, and financially independent. Otherwise, it shall mean parents, parent or legal guardian of his/her person. If the parents are divorced, residence will be determined by the residency of the parent to whom the court has granted custody.

A person who establishes a guardianship for purpose of avoiding non-Alabama fees will be subject to non-resident tuition.

No person who moves to Alabama for the primary purpose of attending college shall be considered to have demonstrated intent to establish domicile in the State of Alabama, and will generally not be considered eligible for classification as a resident student. Clear and convincing evidence to the contrary must be presented to overcome this presumption.

In determining Alabama student status for purposes of assessing fees, the burden of proof is on the applicant.

Additional Persons Eligible for Resident Tuition

1. Military personnel on active duty stationed in Alabama, their spouses and dependent children (as defined by Internal Revenue Codes), as well as military personnel whose "Home of Record" is Alabama, who have continuously filed Alabama income tax returns for the duration of their service, and their spouses and dependent children.

2. Non-resident graduate students who have been awarded full academic, athletic or other similar performance tuition scholarships by Auburn University and graduate students appointed on assistantships of at least 1/4-time.

3. Full-time employees of a State of Alabama agency or institution, their spouses and dependent children.

4. Spouse and dependent children of a non-resident, provided the non-resident has been employed in Alabama full-time for at least 12 consecutive months prior to registration, has filed an Alabama Income Tax Return for the tax year prior to the year in which the student is admitted, and did not claim a credit on the Alabama return for income taxes paid to another state.

5. Non-resident students enrolled in programs included in the Southern Regional Education Board Academic Common Market, provided the student does not change to another program not included. In such cases of change the student will be classified as a non-resident for tuition purposes.

6. Persons whose spouses by legal marriage are bona fide Alabama residents.

7. Spouses and dependent children of persons who establish domicile within the State of Alabama, provided that the person who establishes domicile is employed full-time in a permanent position in Alabama.

8. Non-resident persons enrolled in programs of Auburn University not funded by tax revenues of the State of Alabama.

9. Students enrolled in the College of Veterinary Medicine professional D.V.M. program admitted under contract with the Southern Regional Education Board.

Initial Determination of Eligibility

To be initially classified as eligible for resident tuition, students must demonstrate that they or their parent, guardian or spouse qualify for one of the eligibility categories prior to the first day of class. A signed statement is required that qualification for the eligibility category claimed has been met prior to registration.

Change in Eligibility for Resident Tuition

Students determined to be eligible for resident tuition will maintain that eligibility upon re-enrollment within 12 months of their most recent enrollment, unless there is evidence that the student subsequently has abandoned resident status (e.g., registering to vote in another state.) Students failing to re-enroll within 12 months must establish eligibility upon re-enrollment.

Students initially classified as ineligible for resident tuition will retain that classification for tuition purposes until they provide clear and convincing evidence that they have established permanent domicile in Alabama. The burden of proof of change in eligibility rests on those requesting change. Evidence relevant to an initial determination of eligibility is also relevant to establishing a change in eligibility .

Non-resident students who carry an academic load considered normal (10 or more hours per term) for students at Auburn University will be presumed to be in the State of Alabama primarily for the purpose of gaining an education and, thus, have not demonstrated the intent to establish a true domicile in Alabama. Clear and convincing proof may overcome this presumption, but again, the burden of proof rests on those requesting change in eligibility. Any change in resident tuition eligibility occurring during an academic term will not become effective until the registration for the succeeding term.

The following types of evidence may contain data to establish twelve 12-month residency in the State of Alabama. In all cases, the person must be at least 19 years of age or married, and financially independent. Otherwise, the person's residency will be based on that of the parent or guardian.

1. Ownership of rental or residential property in the State of Alabama and continuous occupation thereof on an extended term of not less than twelve consecutive months.

2. Full-time permanent employment in the State of Alabama.

3. Possession of State of Alabama License(s) required to do business or practice a profession in Alabama.

4. Legal marriage to a bona fide Alabama resident.

5. Registration to vote in the State of Alabama.

6. Filing of Alabama resident income tax returns.

7. Holding a current Alabama drivers license

8. Registration of vehicle in Alabama, and payment of property taxes, thereon.

9. Evidence of local banking activity within the State of Alabama for 12 consecutive months prior to making application for residency change.

The Registrar at Auburn University and the Director of Admissions at AUM shall have the responsibility for determining whether a student shall be classified as an Alabama or non-Alabama student. The decision of the Registrar/Admissions Director shall be subject to review by the President (at Auburn) or the Chancellor (at AUM) or the designated representative of each, upon written request of the applicant.

Academic Common Market

The Academic Common Market is an agreement among 14 Southern Regional Education Board states (Alabama, Arkansas, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky, Louisiana, Maryland, Mississippi, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Tennessee, Texas, Virginia and West Virginia). According to the agreement, if one of these states does not offer a particular degree program in its state-supported universities, a resident of that state may enroll in that degree program at a university in one of the other states without having to pay out-of-state tuition. Each state specifies which programs in out of-state universities it will allow its residents to attend as common market students. To be eligible for consideration for the Common Market at Auburn, students must be enrolled in degree programs agreed to by their home states, be classified as a junior or senior at Auburn, have a 3.0 for all college-level course work attempted and be certified as a resident of one of the other states. Auburn students who enter as common market students and do not complete 12 hours per term, do not maintain a 3.0 in each term or who later change to a degree program not certified as eligible by their home states, lose the waiver of out-of-state tuition. Since out-of-state residence is a requirement for being a common market student, students may not use the time spent as common market students to qualify them as residents of Alabama. For additional information about the Academic Common Market, contact the Provost Office, 209 Samford Hall (334) 844-5779. Application materials are due by March 15 for the following year.

Financial Aid

The Office of Student Financial Aid at Auburn University provides financial assistance to students who need aid in order to attend the University. The University believes that the amount of aid granted should be based on financial need. Students seeking assistance are required to file an application for Federal Student Financial Aid annually. Applications for aid should be completed in January or February of the year prior to the academic year in which the student will need assistance. Application materials and a brochure describing available aid programs may be obtained from the Office of Student Financial Aid, 203 Martin Hall.

The financial aid which students may receive includes scholarships, grants, loans and part-time employment.

Grants. Federal Pell Grants are provided to undergraduate students who demonstrate exceptional need. Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grants are available, in limited number, to undergraduates with financial need.

Loans. Federal Perkins Loans, William D. Ford Direct Loans, and Institutional Loans provide long-term, low interest loans to students. Some loans require demonstrated financial need. The Federal College Work-Study Program provides part-time employment for students who demonstrate financial need.

The Health Professions Loan Program makes available long-term loans for students in Pharmacy and Veterinary Medicine.

Graduate Assistantships. Graduate students may be eligible for teaching and research assistantships and traineeships. Information is available from the department of the students major field.

Student Employment. Students seeking part-time employment while attending the University should contact the Student Employment Service. As a referral agency, the service assists students in finding employment on campus. Jobs are made available on a first-come, first-served basis and are dependent upon the skills of the applicant.

Auburn University employs more than 4,500 students on an hourly basis. The number of hours a student may work is dependent upon hours enrolled, but usually ranges from 10-30 hours per week.

More information is available from Student Employment Service, 300 Martin Hall.

Scholarship

Auburn University appreciates the high level of academic accomplishment brought to our institution by undergraduate and graduate students. The University Scholarship Office, in conjunction with the 13 schools and colleges on campus, stands firm in the commitment to provide due recognition for scholarly achievement through scholarship award. All entering freshmen and enrolled students who demonstrate the potential for outstanding academic performance are automatically eligible for scholarship consideration.

The University Scholarship Office coordinates two areas of scholarship: Entering Freshmen Academic Scholarships, including National Merit and National Achievement Finalists, and General Departmental Scholarships. Graduate students may be eligible for teaching and research assistantships or graduate scholarship awards. Information is available from the department in which the student's major is located.

Entering Freshmen Scholarships - The minimum eligibility requirements for Entering Freshmen Academic Scholarships are test scores of 29 ACT or 1280 SAT and a 3.5 high school GPA. To be considered for an Entering Freshmen Academic Scholarship, the student must have all required credentials into the Admissions Office by December 1 of the student's senior year of high school. This means that all test scores, a high school transcript, an application form for admission, including the required application fee and all other necessary paperwork required for acceptance, must be on file in the Admissions Office. If the student repeats the ACT or SAT tests, the highest of the composite test scores will be utilized. It is recommended that the student confirm with the Admissions Office that updated test scores are received and in their student file by December 1 of their senior year in high school. Upon acceptance to Auburn University, students meeting the above criteria will automatically be considered for an Entering Freshman Scholarship. No additional applications are necessary.

National Merit and National Achievement Finalists naming Auburn as their first-choice institution are eligible for renewable awards ranging from $750 to $2,000 per year, as distributed through National Merit. In addition to the National Merit/Achievement Award, the scholarship recipient will also receive a President's Scholar Scholarship, through Auburn University, currently valued at tuition. This scholarship is renewable at the amount of the original award and requires the maintenance of a cumulative GPA of 3.0.

General and Departmental Scholarships - Auburn University offers an array of General and Departmental Scholarships. The minimum eligibility requirements for them are as follows:

· Freshmen: 27 ACT or 1200 SAT and a 3.5 high school GPA, with required credentials in the Admissions Office by December 1.

· Transfer: 3.5 GPA with acceptance of admission.

· Currently Enrolled: cumulative 3.0 GPA

Entering freshmen and transfer students must have all required credentials into the Admissions Office by December 1. Many of AU's General and Departmental Scholarships require a demonstration of financial need. Therefore, to ensure consideration for this scholarship pool, students must file a free Application for Federal Student Aid. Upon admission to Auburn University an application packet for Federal Student Aid will be automatically mailed to the student.

Auburn University Scholarships

In the following list, AC = Auburn Club, Mem. = Memorial and Endow. = Endowment.

College of Agriculture

A.W. Todd Endow.; Alumni Assoc. /L. Aubrey Smith; Alumni Association; AL Council of Cooperatives; AL Crop Improvement Assoc.; AL Feed & Grain Assoc.; AL Seedmen's Assoc.; AL Soil Fertility Endow.; AL Soil Fertility Soc.; ALFA; Atmore Men's Garden Club; Alumni Fall Roundup/Auction Annual; Ben T. Lanham Jr. Mem.; Bernard Ward; Chambers Co. Farmers Fed.; Charles Chapman Mem. Endow.; Charles F. Simmons Mem.; Charles L. Isbell Mem.; Charles W. Purvis/A.C. Legg; Agriculture Endow.; Agriculture Gen.; Dairymen Inc.; Dale F. King; Dow Elanco; Dr. & Mrs. Joseph T. Hood Endow.; Dr. Charles F. Simmons; Dr. G.J. Cottier Endow.; Dr. Lowell E. Wilson Endow.; Dr. Robert Alexander Nunn; E.I. duPont de Nemours Minority; Eloise & Charles P. Johnston; Forrest H. & William F. Ingram Endow.; Frank & Virginia Ann Stewart Endow.; Frank E. Boyd Mem. - Gamma Sigma Delta AG; Frank M. Renfro Mem.; Frank Selman & Margaret McNeal Arant Endow.; Fred A. Kummer Endow. Fund for Rodeo & Equestrian Teams; Garden Club of AL, Inc.; Garden Club, AL/V.R.Welchel Endow.; George R. & Monta J. Ingram-AL Feed & Grain Assoc. Endow.; Hilmer L. Jones Endow.; Hop King Endow.; Horticulture Nursery; Houston Co. Farmers Fed.; J.C. & Sally K. Hawthorne; James Cooper Mem.; James Earl & Louise Mobley; James Edgar Payne, Sr. Mem.; James H. Hall; John Louis Whatley Mem.; John P. Cunningham Jr. Mem. Endow.; John W. Pace III; John W. Pace Jr. Mem.; L.M. Ware Mem.; Lee Co. Farmers Fed.; LM & MH Ware; Margaret & Elmo Renoll; Mary Hall Ware/Garden Club of AL; Maxwell E. Jones Mem. Endow.; McMillan Lane Endow.; Melborn Ivey Mem.; Mobile Co. Farmers Fed.; Moorman Co.; Morris White; Mr. & Mrs. A. F. Caley; Poultry Science; R.Y. Bailey Endow.; Samuel Earl Upchurch Endow.; Agronomy & Soils; Terra Agricultural; Alumni Assoc./E.V. & Martha North Smith Mem.; William E. & Margaret W. Campbell; William F. Ward; William P. Adkins Mem.; William R. Gill; William Thomas Stallworth; William W. Bishop

 

College of Architecture, Design & Construction

B E & K, Inc.; Barbara D. Lee & Malcolm E. Sexton Endow.; Bargainer, McKee & Simms; Brasfield & Gorrie, Inc.; College of Architecture Annual; F.R. Hoar & Son Construction Co.; Frances & Gordon W. Holmquist Endow.; Frank J. Sindelar; Fred Renneker, Jr. & Bill Renneker Endow.; Garden Club of AL/Landscape Arch.; Gen. Building Science; Harbert International Inc.; James Freel& Reeves Mem.; Jenkins Brick Architecture; Martin & Cobey Endow. in Honor of Fred Martin, Jr.; Paul Behrens Fraser Mem.; Robins Corp.; Roger W. Rindt Mem.; W.S. Ball Endow.; William A. Hunt; William T. Warren & William T. Warren, Jr. Endow.; William W. & Elizabeth B. Herrin Annual

 

College of Business

AC3/Epson; AL Power Foundation Endow.; AL Young Bankers; Albert M. & C. Agnew Thompson Family; Amsouth Bank Endow.; Anne Phillips Pearson Endow.; Arthur Anderson & Co./William J. Nettles Endow. Mem.; Barber Dairies; Benjamin G. McDaniel Presidential; C. Earl Stephens Sales/Sales Management & Marketing; Carl F. & Jean J. Bailey; Carol Sue & Howard Nelson; Charles P. Anson; College of Business Annual; E.L. Spencer; Edward & Catherine K. Lowder Endow.; Edward L. Lowder Mem. Endow.; Frank & Virginia Ann Stewart Endow.; Helen Krauss Leslie Endow.; Henry P. Johnston, Jr.; Hugh Bickerstaff; James Robert Burton; James S. Towle, Sr. Endow.; Jere L. & Sara B. Beasley Endow.; John Winfield Scott; Major William Ellis Winter; McGriff, Seibels & Williams Endow.; Phillip Marshall McElroy Mem.; School of Accounting Annual; Soc. for Info. Management Annual; Ted Hendrix Knight Mem.; W. H. "Billy" Coble, Jr. Endow.; William A. Cobbs, Jr.

 

College of Education

American Sports Medicine Institute; Angelo Tomasso, Jr. & Joy Love Tomasso in Memory of Anna H. & James P. Love; Annie Laura Newell Mem.; College of Education Annual; Dennis J. Sabo Annual Mem.; Earl H. (Buddy) Weaver Endow.; Humana Foundation Charitable Gift; James W. & Elaine B. Lester Endow.; John R. Dyas Endow.; Julia Collins Isbell; Mary Elizabeth Morgan Mem.; Mary George Lamar Mem.; LaVisa Katherine Cam Wilson Endow.

 

College of Engineering

A.B. Carter; AL Power Endow.; AL Textile Engineering Foundation; Alumni Excellence/Aerospace Engr.; Amerada Hess Corp.; Amer. Cast Iron Pipe Co.; Amoco Mechanical Engineering; Angelo Tomasso, Jr. & Joy Love Tomasso in Memory of Anna H. & James P. Love; AU Alumni Engr. Council Annual; AU Engr. Alumni Special Projects; B E & K, Inc.; Barbara Duke Lee & Malcolm E. Sexton Endow.; BCM Engineers Inc.; Beech Aircraft Foundation; Blount Presidential Endow.; Boeing Aircraft; Brasfield & Gorrie, Inc.; Brooks & Marian Moore Endow.; Carol D. & David R. Hart Endow.; Charles Peace Davis Co-op; Charlie Foy Barefield Mem.; Chemical Engr. Departmental; Chevron; Ciba-Geigy; Civil Engineering Alumni; Civil Engr. Corp. Associates Prog.; Civil Engineering Faculty; Cleburne A. Basore; Cleveland L.. Adams; Coca-Cola/AU Minority Science, Engr. & Math. Endow.; College of Engineering Annual; Comer Foundation; Contractors License Fee; D'Anne C. Machemehl/Hugh Neville; David William Howard; Dean's Endow.; Diamond Shamrock Award; Dwight & Sarah Carlisle Presidential Endow.; E.F. Williams Annual; E.Z. & L.G. Huff Civil Engr. Endow.; Earl D. Johnson Mem.; Edward H. Silber Mem.; F.J. Evans; Frank H. Morriss Sr. Mem.; Fred & Mary Lou Birdsong/Study Abroad; George W. Whitmire Endow.; Glee Thompson; Goodyear Tire & Rubber; Gordon A. Mummert Endow.; H.K. Porter; Harold R. Decker; Hiighland ndustries; Hugensmith; Hugh & Loeda Francis Endow.; Hydromatics, Inc.; J.C. & Sally K. Hawthorne; Jack & Margaret Hutchinson '48 & Dick Hutchinson; James W. Woodruff, Sr. Endow.; John K. Hodnette Mem.; John P. Brandel Endow.; Julia & Albert Smith; Kent Luttrell Endow.; L. Owen & Brookes H. Brown Endow.; Lane, Bishop, York, & Delahay Inc.; Lex S. Owens; Lynn F. Williams Mem.; Materials Engineering; McCartney Construction Co, Inc.; McGlamery Endow.; McMillan Family Endow.; Mechanical Engineering Depart.; Melissa Brown Herkt Endow.; Minnesota Mining & Manufacturing Co.; Monsanto; Mr.& Mrs. Edwin M. Dixon; N. Wayne Houston Endow.; Norman L. Liver; Otis William "Bill" Bynum Endow.; Philip W. Robinson Endow.; Preston E. Williamson Endow.; Pulp & Paper Endow.; Richard I. Kearley, Jr. & Clarice W. Kearley Endow.; Roger L. Holmes, Jr.; Russell Corporation; Schlumberger; Smart/Courtney Endow.; Tau Beta Pi Endow.; Textile Engineering Departmental; The CH2M Hill Endow.; The Charles R. Jager Endow.; The Donald J. Parke/FPL Endow.; Thomas M. Lowe Mem. Endow.; Tracy, Lou Ann & Jay O'Rourke Endow.; Union Camp Corp. Endow.; White Family Engineering Endow.; William B. McDonald; William E. Hooper Mem. Endow.; William H. Baskerville/Baskerville Donovan Inc.; William S. Richardson; Yetta G. Samford

 

School of Forestry

Summer Practicum Stipend Endow.; Burgin Companies' Endow.; Charles Dixon Mem.; Christen, DeBrunner, Posey Endow.; Dwain G. Luce Family Endow.; Edward A. Hauss; Ernest Hale; Frank W. Boykin; Garden Club of AL For. Conservation; Henry & Elizabeth Posey Endow.; James M. Wells Sr. Mem.; James W. Richardson Forestry; LM & MH Ware Forestry; Nichols Family Endow.; Noll A. Van Cleave Endow./Fellowship; Rose Eugene Atchison Endow.; Russell Lands; Steve Jackson Mem.; W. Frank & Melissa Walburn Annual; Watters Family Endow.; William F. Sahlie Mem. Endow.

 

General University

Arnall - AU Gen.; A.H. Skinner; AL Alliance for Minority Participation; AL All-State Academic Team; AL Crime Victim Dependents Endow.; AL Power Foundation Annual; Albert L. Thomas; Allie Bates Jolley; Allison Chappell Endow.; Alva P. McCrary; American Legion 24th District; American Legion Auxiliary; American Legion Phenix City; Ann Barr Honorary 4-H Club; Atlanta AC - Roy B. Sewell Mem. Annual; AU Alumni Academic; AU Alumni Assoc. Scholars Endow.; AU Cheerleaders; AU Family Campaign; Aubie; Auburn Athletic Department Endow.; Augustus T. Graydon; Autauga Co./Ronnie Rucker Mem. Endow.; Baldwin Co. AC Endow.; Birmingham/ Jefferson Co. AC; Blount Co. AC; Brenda Ford Dadds Mem. Endow.; Buris R. Boshell Honors Program; Butler Co. AC; C. Lloyd Nix; Calhoun-Cleburn Cntys. AC Endow.; Campus Club-Caroline Draughon Award; Capt. Scott Cummins Endow.; Carl W. Connell; Carol Wagoner Segrest Endow.; Carolyn Hugensmith Chappell Endow.; Charles Barkley Endow.; Charles Ernest Pannell; Cherokee Co. AC; Chilton Co. AC; Clarke/Washington Counties AC/ William H. Garris Mem.; Class of 1908; Columbia-Midlands AC; Compass Bank Honors; Crenshaw Co. AC; Cullman Co. AC/Herman T. Pruett Mem.; Dale Co./Pamela Wells Sheffield Co. AC; Dallas-Ft. Worth AC; daVinci Castanoli; Dudley Academic; Dudley Opportunity; Dudley University; Edd Kennedy, Jr. Endow.; Eddie Welch/AU Football Letterman Club; Edmund C. & Margaret May Leach; Elizabeth Ann Hall Endow. Mem.; Elizabeth Bazemore Mem.; Elmore Co. AC; Emerald Coast AC Bill & Gayle Creamer Mem.; Escambia Co. AC Endow.; Etowah Co. AC; Eugene Allen Smith Mem.; Felix Cochran; Franklin Whyte Bedford Mem.; Gavin Simpson Mem.; Gen. Award; Gen. William Crawford Gorgas; Golden Triangle AC; Greater Valley Area AC; Harry M. Philpott; Henry Co. AC; Holland M. Smith Merit; Homer H.B. Mask; Horace & Selwyn Turner Endow.; Houston AC; Houston, TX AC; Hub Waldrop Endow.; Ida Susan Morris; Jackie Norman Mem.; Jackson Co. AC; Jacksonville Florida Area AC; James A. King & Mary N. King Endow.; James N. (Trey) Wilbourn; James Seaborn Boyd; Jefferson Co./ Birmingham AC Endow.; Jill Margaret Easterling; Katharine C. Cater Mem. Endow.; Kenneth & Louise Thomas Endow.; Lee Co. AC; Lee Moody; License to Learn; Limestone Co. AC; Lula Bondurant Harrison; Macon Co. Greyhound Park, Inc. Victoryland; Marvin H. Campbell Mem.; Max E. Kahn Mem. Endow.; McIntosh Area AC; McWane Foundation; Memphis Area AC; Michael Arnett Nobles Mem.; Middle Georgia AC; Middle Tennessee AC; Miss Alabama; Mobile Co. AC; Monroe Co. AC; Montgomery Co. AC; Montgomery Co. AC; Montgomery Co. AC/ Charlie Trotman; Morgan Co. AC; Northwest AC; Odessa M. King & Shirley S. King; Omicron Delta Kappa; One (100) Hundred Years of Women; Orlando Area AC; Pat Dye/Lettermen Club Endow.; Patricia A. Holladay Holder Mem. Endow.; Piedmont, NC AC; Presbyterian Home; Presidential Scholar; Presidential Academic; Presidential Opportunity - Athletics; Presidential Opportunity; Preston C. & Emerson W. Blakney Endow.; Ralph "Shug Jordan" Endow.; Raymond Eugene Sullivan; Richard Rose McAdory; Richmond Area AC; Robert B. Strong Mem.; Robert W. Harris Mem.; Roy A. Bolen & Wynona Bolen McDonald; Rush Robinson Gross Mem. Endow.; Samford Society; Samuel H. O'Hara Mem. Endow.; Shelby Co. AC; Smoky Mountain AC; South Talladega Co. AC; St. Clair AC/ Marlin S. & Amelia P. Hugghins; St. Clair Co. AC-Gray Jones Mem.; St. Clair Co. AC/W.D. Jackson Mem.; St. Louis, MO AC; Student Government Assoc.; Suncoast AC; Susan Martha Koonce Steagall; Tallahassee AC; Tallapoosa/Coosa/Clay Counties AC; Tampa Bay AC/Prentis S. Howard Endow.; Terry Bowden Endow. Academic - In-State Minority; Thomas & Rosa D. Dubiose Endow.; Thomas Goode Jones; Thomas W. Bennett Jr. & William W. Bennett; Thomas W. Martin; Thomas W. Price; Tidewater AC; Tuscaloosa Co. AC; University General Endow.; University Opportunity; University Scholars; Vulcan Materials; W.H. Nelson, Jr. Mem. Endow.; Wade F. Botts; Wal-Mart Competitive Edge; Walker Co. AC/Sam Ross Murphy Endow.; Warren Brothers Endow.; Washington DC (Metro) AC; West Central Georgia AC; West Florida AC Annual; Wilkens E. & Mary M. Tanner Endow.; William H. & Kate F. Stockham Endow.; William & Marlene Muse Family Endow.; Winston Co. AC; Wiregrass AC

 

School of Human Sciences

Anamerle Arant Mem.; Barbara D. Lee & Malcolm E. Sexton Endow.; Dana King Gatchell; Delena Carol Pickens Mem. Endow.; Dorothy Dean Arnold; Dr. Dennis Laffer; Edith Humphrey Soloman; Elza Stewart Drummond; Ethel Woodruff Draper Endow.; Human Sciences Annual; Jane Campbell Lorendo; Joyce & Roger Lethander Endow.; Margaret Valentine Smith; Marion Walker Spidle; Mr. Pao Sen Chi; Mrs. Sallye Roe Nunn Endow.; Parisian Annual; Parthenon Prints/Bay Point Endow.; Russell Corp.; Ruth Legg Galbraith; School of Human Sciences Faculty; Tiger Rags Endow.

 

College of Liberal Arts

AU Abroad Foreign Languages; AU Alumni Band; AU Bar Association; Band Gift; Band Scholar. & Equipment Endow.; Birmingham-Jefferson Co. AC Band; Boone Newspaper; Carol M. Fish Mem. Annual Majorette; Carolyn Brinson Reed Endow.; Charles Nolan Fortenberry; College of Liberal Arts Annual; College of Liberal Arts Endow.; Department of Art; Douglas & Joan Hollingsworth Pearson; Drs. T. & Soma Nagendran; Dwight Somerville; Elaine Sykes McDowell Endow.; Emily Woodruff Endow.; Estes H. Hargis Band; Ethel Illges Woodruff Endow.; Friends of Music; Goodwin Gen.; Health Professions Development; Helen S. Flanagan; Humanities; Interface, Inc.; James Woodruff, Jr. Endow.; John H. Johnson III Mem.; John William Tamblyn Endow.; John Winfield Scott , Inc.; Journalism Department; Lawrence J. Rosenbaum Mem.; Lillian Unger Pancheri Mem.; Louise & Henry P. Johnston; Malone Music; Marie Glass Ward Mem.; Millard E. Dawson Endow.; Mobile Press Register Pilot Project; Morris W. Savage Pre-Law; Porter & Alic Harvey Annual; Robert D. Reid Mem.; Robert J. Butler Mem.; Robert J. Malone; Ruth & Carolyn Faulk; Ruth Fountain Heard; Theatre Department

 

School of Nursing

Kathleen Denise Caffey Endow.; Lettie Pate Whitehead Found., Inc.; Marie Moore Pace Endow.; Nursing; Pat Sanders Luger Nursing Endow.; School of Nursing Annual

 

School of Pharmacy

Albert F. Nickel; Alston K. Rennie, Sr. & Leila L. Rennie Endow.; Bergen Brunswig Drug Co.; Big B Drugs; Big B Drugs, James E. Trainor Mem.; Burroughs Welcome; Claude A. Shumate, III Endow.; Covington Co. Pharmaceutical Assoc.; David C. Hightower Endow. Mem.; Florence Barr Perdue; Fred A. Waits Endow.; George W. Hargreaves Mem.; Glaxo, Inc.; Hamilton Stand. Fed. Credit Union; Harry H. Wheat Endow.; Harry Linden Endow.; Herbert Stokes Haire Pharmacy; J.L. Bedsole Foundation; Jefferson Co. Pharmaceutical Assoc.; Kroger Foundation; Lucy C. Weil; Lynn Stanford Blake; Mark S. Chaudron; NACDS Pharmacy; Owen Healthcare; Paul A. Lantrip, Sr. Endow.; Plough Pharmacy Student; Robert Alchus Carlisle Mem.; School of Pharmacy Gen.; SOS Foundation; William & Rebecca Beasley

 

College of Sciences & Mathematics

B.F. Thomas Endow.; Charles B. Ordway Mem.; Col. Donald T. Jones; College of Sci. & Math. Endow.; COSAM-Coca-Cola/AU Minority Science, Engr. & Math. Endow.; Dan L. & Rossanne M. Philen Endow.; Dr. Archie E. Thomas Mem.; Dr. Charles B. Colburn; Dr. H. William Allsup Endow.; Edwin Oliver Price Mem.; Frank J. Stevens Mem. Endow.; Fred Allison and Cullen Endow.; Gen. Sciences & Math; Gregory S. & Malinda M. Windham Endow.; Hamilton M. Robertson; Health Professions Development; Howard Earl Carr Endow.; Howell Heflin; J.C. & Sally K. Hawthorne; James Robert Burton; John Winfield Scott , Inc.; Joseph B. Sarver Jr.Endow.; Leonel "Leo" R. Felteau Mem. Endow.; Norman Buce Bearden Mem.; Physics Freshman; Sallie Mae Phillips Mem.; Philip R. McAteer & Joe W. Faris Mem.; William R. & Fay Irel&land dow.; W.V. Parker Endow.; William P. & Konie O. Bryant Endow.

 

UDC

A.S. Mitchell UDC; Bessie Seay Rose UDC; Brian Alexander Payne UDC; Charles M. Sherrod UDC; Christine Louise McClain UDC; Cradle of the Confederacy; Dixie Bibb Graves UDC; Flora Hestley Bryant UDC; Frances Davis UDC; Jefferson Davis UDC; Jennie Dean UDC; John Martin Lee UDC; Kate Hollifield UDC; Leopold M. Bashinsky UDC; Letitia Ross UDC; Louise Dent Hurt UDC; Lowe E. Burford UDC; Major John Pelham UDC; Major John pelham UDC #2; Mary Darnell Johnson UDC; Mary Ellen Ahlstrom-Thorn UDC; Mattie Huey UDC; Maude Baker UDC; Mollie Hollifield UDC; Mrs. Fred T. Sharp UDC; Mrs. Howard C. Calloway UDC; Mrs. John A. Braswell UDC Endow.; Myrtle R. Plant UDC; North Baldwin Co. Chapter No. 2167 UDC; Peter A. Brannon UDC; R.B. Broyles UDC; Robert E. Lee UDC; Ruth E. Martin Quick UDC; W.E. McClain Mem. UDC; Zana Louvin Puerifoy UDC

 

College of Veterinary Medicine

Bethea McCall Mem.; Captain George Mobley; Dorothy Weeks Captain Mem.; Dr. G.J. Cottier Endow.; Dr. George Eason Mem. Endow.; Dr. George M. Johnson Endow.; Dr. Karim Huneidi Mem. Endow.; Dr. Tom Blake Howle Endow. Mem.; Eloise & Charles P. Johnston; College of Veterinary Med. Endow.; Francesca B. Gaither Mem.; James L. & Nelle P. Moye; Joe Bradley Mem. Learning Program; Joseph Pitts Mem. Endow.; Kentucky Veterinary Medical Assoc.; M.K. Heath Mem.; Mary Anna Maddox Mem.; Olaf Randall Burell; Salsbury Endow.; Astra Davis/James R. Holladay Endow.; Veterinary Medicine Annual; Willam E. & Bertha Carroll; William W. Bishop Mem.

School of Pharmacy

Albert F. Nickel; Alston K. Rennie, Sr. & Leila L. Rennie Endow.; Bergen Brunswig Drug Co.; Big B Drugs; Big B Drugs, James E. Trainor Mem.; Burroughs Welcome; Claude A. Shumate, III Endow.; Covington Co. Pharmaceutical Assoc.; David C. Hightower Endow. Mem.; Florence Barr Perdue; Fred A. Waits Endow.; George W. Hargreaves Mem.; Glaxo, Inc.; Hamilton Stand. Fed. Credit Union; Harry H. Wheat Endow.; Harry Linden Endow.; Herbert Stokes Haire Pharmacy; J.L. Bedsole Foundation; Jefferson Co. Pharmaceutical Assoc.; Kroger Foundation; Lucy C. Weil; Lynn Stanford Blake; Mark S. Chaudron; NACDS Pharmacy; Owen Healthcare; Paul A. Lantrip, Sr. Endow.; Plough Pharmacy Student; Robert Alchus Carlisle Mem.; School of Pharmacy Gen.; SOS Foundation; William & Rebecca Beasley

 

College of Sciences & Mathematics

B.F. Thomas Endow.; Charles B. Ordway Mem.; Col. Donald T. Jones; College of Sci. & Math. Endow.; COSAM-Coca-Cola/AU Minority Science, Engr. & Math. Endow.; Dan L. & Rossanne M. Philen Endow.; Dr. Archie E. Thomas Mem.; Dr. Charles B. Colburn; Dr. H. William Allsup Endow.; Edwin Oliver Price Mem.; Frank J. Stevens Mem. Endow.; Fred Allison and Cullen Endow.; Gen. Sciences & Math; Gregory S. & Malinda M. Windham Endow.; Hamilton M. Robertson; Health Professions Development; Howard Earl Carr Endow.; Howell Heflin; J.C. & Sally K. Hawthorne; James Robert Burton; John Winfield Scott , Inc.; Joseph B. Sarver Jr.Endow.; Leonel "Leo" R. Felteau Mem. Endow.; Norman Buce Bearden Mem.; Physics Freshman; Sallie Mae Phillips Mem.; Philip R. McAteer & Joe W. Faris Mem.; William R. & Fay Irel&land dow.; W.V. Parker Endow.; William P. & Konie O. Bryant Endow.

 

UDC

A.S. Mitchell UDC; Bessie Seay Rose UDC; Brian Alexander Payne UDC; Charles M. Sherrod UDC; Christine Louise McClain UDC; Cradle of the Confederacy; Dixie Bibb Graves UDC; Flora Hestley Bryant UDC; Frances Davis UDC; Jefferson Davis UDC; Jennie Dean UDC; John Martin Lee UDC; Kate Hollifield UDC; Leopold M. Bashinsky UDC; Letitia Ross UDC; Louise Dent Hurt UDC; Lowe E. Burford UDC; Major John Pelham UDC; Major John pelham UDC #2; Mary Darnell Johnson UDC; Mary Ellen Ahlstrom-Thorn UDC; Mattie Huey UDC; Maude Baker UDC; Mollie Hollifield UDC; Mrs. Fred T. Sharp UDC; Mrs. Howard C. Calloway UDC; Mrs. John A. Braswell UDC Endow.; Myrtle R. Plant UDC; North Baldwin Co. Chapter No. 2167 UDC; Peter A. Brannon UDC; R.B. Broyles UDC; Robert E. Lee UDC; Ruth E. Martin Quick UDC; W.E. McClain Mem. UDC; Zana Louvin Puerifoy UDC

 

College of Veterinary Medicine

Bethea McCall Mem.; Captain George Mobley; Dorothy Weeks Captain Mem.; Dr. G.J. Cottier Endow.; Dr. George Eason Mem. Endow.; Dr. George M. Johnson Endow.; Dr. Karim Huneidi Mem. Endow.; Dr. Tom Blake Howle Endow. Mem.; Eloise & Charles P. Johnston; College of Veterinary Med. Endow.; Francesca B. Gaither Mem.; James L. & Nelle P. Moye; Joe Bradley Mem. Learning Program; Joseph Pitts Mem. Endow.; Kentucky Veterinary Medical Assoc.; M.K. Heath Mem.; Mary Anna Maddox Mem.; Olaf Randall Burell; Salsbury Endow.; Astra Davis/James R. Holladay Endow.; Veterinary Medicine Annual; Willam E. & Bertha Carroll; William W. Bishop Mem.

 

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