Submitting to the AUJUS

There are multiple avenues for submitting your research for publication in the AUJUS. If your research is not yet in article form, you can write a short research highlight about your work. If your research is completed, you can submit a full-length article for online publication in the AUJUS.

Research Highlights

AUJUS accepts research highlights from Auburn University undergraduate researchers. Research highlights can be submitted at any time. All Highlights will be reviewed for suitability and revision may be requested. Once accepted for publication, Research Highlights will be published online.

Research Articles

An article (suggested max. 10 pages, double-spaced, not including illustrations) that constitutes original research. Articles should represent original work that embodies quality scholarship. For definition of "original work", see FAQs. Articles should be double-spaced, 12 pt font, with 1” margins. All pages should be numbered. Please see the Resources page for more formatting details.

Submit the article, the Faculty Sponsorship Form, and the Submission Form as an e-mail attachment to the Editors at Please submit your article in a .docx file type.

Research Articles and Highlights can be submitted by Auburn University undergraduate researchers at any time. All submissions will be reviewed for suitability and revision may be requested. Once accepted for publication, Research Articles and Highlights will be published online.

Articles must be authored by current Auburn University undergraduate students or students who have graduated within one year of the publication date. Secondary authors may be faculty mentors, graduate students, or other undergraduate students who have contributed significantly to the work. All submissions must have a faculty sponsor, who must complete the Faculty Sponsorship Form.

Submissions will be initially screened by editors for quality and appropriateness. Those selected for further consideration will be distributed to reviewers with the appropriate expertise. Authors may be asked to revise contributions. Only those submissions deemed acceptable by the editorial board will be published. Please note that the review process typically takes from 4 to 12 weeks.

Last Updated: September 27, 2016