There’s something very special about this place.

You’ll sense it when you stand under the oaks at Toomer’s Corner. You’ll feel it when you’re greeted by your future classmates on the red brick sidewalks that snake through campus. You’ll know it when you hear “War Eagle” shouted across Samford Lawn.

Your campus visit to Auburn will feel both familiar and exciting: like coming home again for the first time.

Scheduling a Campus Visit

You have so much to add to the Auburn story. During your campus visit, you’ll get a sense for how your talents, passions and goals can be supported by Auburn’s nationally ranked academic programs, welcoming community and rich traditions.

What to expect from your campus tour.

We start with a 30-minute information session, where you’ll learn about:

  • Academic offerings at Auburn
  • The admissions process
  • Scholarships
  • The Auburn community

Next, a 75-minute walking tour, led by a Student Recruiter, will focus on Auburn’s history, tradition, and student life. Don’t be surprised if current students say “hey” or “War Eagle!” as you pass. It’s in our DNA to be welcoming to all who visit campus.   

Campus Tours Important Information

  • Registration is required for all campus tours
  • Do not make flight reservations until after your campus tour registration is confirmed
  • Self-Guided Tour Brochures will be available for walkups with no reservation
  • If you would like to schedule a meeting with your admissions advisor during your visit, please reach out to them prior to your trip to campus. You can find your admissions advisor here

Housing tours are not a part of the general campus tour. You can register for a housing tour via this link:

Guest Parking

Parking for Campus Tours: 

Guests must park on the Top Level Only of the Stadium Parking Deck, in the designated Visitor Spaces, facing the stadium (Brown Signs). Parking in any other space, or level, or any other area on campus may result in a parking ticket. No permit is required. Please allow ten minutes extra to your travel time to park and walk over to the Quad Center where your campus tour will begin.

Register for a Housing Tour

Registration is not required for housing tours, but the extra effort is worth it. To learn more about housing and register for a housing tour, click on the Residence Hall Tours to fill out your information. 

Meet Your Advisor

If you should have any questions regarding the admissions process, please contact your admissions advisor prior to your visit. 

Schedule a Departmental Visit

Before you get to campus for your visit, schedule time to meet with someone from your academic area. During the meeting you can ask any questions you have about your scholarly interests and learn more about the opportunities available in your major. 

Recreation and Wellness Center Tours

Walk-in Tours are available at the Recreation and Wellness Center between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., Monday through Friday.

If you should have any questions about the Recreation and Wellness Center, please contact our office at or at (334) 844-0025.


If you are unable to participate in a student-led campus tour, you may enjoy a virtual tour at any time. It provides a 360-degree view and an audio description of select areas on campus. 

If you can’t make it during weekly and Saturday visit tour times, self-guided tours enable you to explore Auburn on your own schedule and at your own pace.

Be sure to bring a self-guided tour brochure (which includes a campus map, the best spots for photo ops and student traditions), and don’t hesitate to ask anyone on campus for help getting around.

Can’t make it to campus on your own? Visit as part of a Group Information Session. Perfect for senior high school students (10th-12th grade) and transfer students, Group Information Sessions are led by an Admission Advisor who provides insight into the application process, dates, and deadlines, housing and general information about campus over the course of a 30-minute presentation.

While Group Information Sessions don’t include a walking tour, your group is encouraged to explore campus using the Auburn Guides Virtual Tour App before or after your session.

Email to schedule a Group Tour today.

Registration is required for all housing tours, but the extra effort is worth it. To learn more about housing and register for a housing tour, click on the Residence Hall Tours to fill out your information. If you have additional questions about on-campus housing, please contact our office at (334) 844-4580 or email

Inside the Recreation and Wellness Center

Walk-in Tours are available at the Recreation and Wellness Center between the hours of 7:45 a.m. and 4:45 p.m., Monday through Friday.

If you should have any questions about the Recreation and Wellness Center, please contact our office at or at (334) 844-0025.

Weekday Tour Parking

Guest parking is on top level of the Stadium Parking Deck only. Parking in any other location on campus may result in a parking ticket.

Stadium Parking Deck Address: 350 Duncan Drive, Auburn, AL 36849

When planning your visit please allow at least 20 minutes to park your vehicle, walk to the Quad Center and check-in at the front desk.

Below is a map of the walking path from the Stadium Parking Deck to the Quad Center for your information. Follow the Campus Tour signs from the Stadium Deck to the Quad Center.

map givng directions from the 4th floor Stadium Parking Deck to the Quad Center. Follow the campus tour signs.

Find Your Building – Interactive Campus Map
Campus buildings can easily be located by using Auburn University’s Interactive Campus Map.

Guests With Disabilities
Guests with disabilities will need a “University Parking Pass” in addition to your handicap parking tag in order to utilize on-campus handicap parking. To obtain your parking pass, please go to the South Quad Parking Deck to pick up your parking tag. There is a drive-through window you can use to pick up your pass. Please contact Parking Services if you should need more information at (334) 844-4143.

ADA Entrance for the Quad Center
The ADA entrance is located on the first floor of the Quad Center. Please take the elevator to the second floor then turn left and follow the hallway around until you reach the front desk of the lobby.

Parking Services
If you have further questions about parking on campus, please contact Parking Services at (334) 844-4143, Monday-Friday from 7:15 a.m. - 4:15 p.m.

Travel Information

Nearby Airports

If you have plans to fly to Auburn, we would recommend either the Birmingham International Airport (Birmingham, AL) or the Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (Atlanta, GA). Driving time from either airport is approximately 2 hours.

Note: There is a one hour time change (Eastern Time to Central Time) when driving across the Georgia-Alabama state line.

Staying at the Auburn Family Hotels

As the only luxury teaching hotel in the world, the hotel provides unique opportunities for not only those who visit us but also those in our community. When you stay at The Laurel Hotel & Spa, you’re helping the next generation of hoteliers, restaurateurs, and chefs studying at the Horst Schulze School of Hospitality Management at Auburn University to become better and brighter.

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Join us in a community rich in history and steeped in natural charm at The Hotel at Auburn University & Dixon Conference Center located in downtown Auburn, Alabama. Front door to Auburn University, our AAA Four Diamond hotel is proud to be part of the Auburn Family!

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The Office of Undergraduate Admissions has a number of Admissions Advisors available to meet with prospective students and families. Advisors are able to answer any questions about admission and scholarships.

Admissions Advisors are available Monday – Friday from 7:45 am-4:15 pm CST. Please make sure to contact your Admissions Advisor directly via email or phone to schedule an appointment. 

No one tells the Auburn story better than our students, and the student recruiters do just that. Selected through a rigorous interview process, these student representatives are both knowledgeable and enthusiastic. The recruiters lead walking tours of the Auburn campus four times daily and are ready to provide a student's point of view of what makes Auburn a truly special place.

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Last updated: 03/16/2023