At Auburn, we recognize the importance of a quality education and are dedicated to helping you find a way to achieve your higher education goals. A number of scholarships are awarded annually by the Office of University Scholarships. In addition, departmental scholarships are awarded each year to new and current students by the various colleges on campus.
Approximately 60% of first-year students are awarded a scholarship.
We know finding and applying for scholarships can be hard work. With the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM), it has never been easier. Through AUSOM, you can view available scholarships you may be eligible to receive, complete scholarship applications, accept your awards, and more. Students are only required to complete the AUSOM application once each academic year.
Dates and Deadlines
To ensure maximum consideration, it is imperative that students are knowledgeable of the specific deadlines associated with all scholarships awarded. Scholarships will be awarded to first-year students November to early March and to transfer and current students in early March.View all Dates & Deadlines
To receive scholarship consideration as a first-year student, transfer student, or current student, we recommend these checklists to keep you on track.View all Checklists
“Being a first-generation college student, I feel as if I am carrying the hopes and dreams of myself, my family, and everyone else from my hometown who believed in me along the way. I have received various scholarships from Auburn University and because of these I am one step closer to achieving my dreams of becoming an aerospace engineer.”
Tuition & Costs
The Auburn University Cost Calculator is designed to help you estimate your cost of attendance at Auburn University by calculating tuition, fees, and housing charges against financial aid awards for which you may qualify. The Auburn University Tuition Calculator will provide an estimate for your cost of tuition and fees based on your residency, student level and classification, college or academic program, and the number of hours for which you will be enrolled.
Proceeds from the sale of Auburn University license plates in Alabama help to fund scholarships. Also, when you use the official Auburn University credit card for everyday purchases, a contribution is made to Auburn's scholarship fund and you automatically earn cash back.
A number of helpful scholarship resources are provided in the links to the right. Some documents are presented in PDF format, so you must have Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print PDF files.