Auburn University

Institution Location

Auburn, Alabama

Accrediting Agency

Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, also discipline specific accreditation by college and degree program

Institution Type

  • Associate University/College (2 year)
  • Baccalaureate University/College (4 year)
  • Masters University/College

Admission

Fall Deadline: January 15
Spring Deadline: October 01
Summer Deadline: January 15

Contact Info

Andrew Gillespie, Assistant Provost for International Programs
arg0014@auburn.edu
Phone: 334-844-5001
Fax: 334-844-4983
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About

Auburn University was established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, 20 years after the city of Auburn’s founding. In 1872, under the Morrill Act, the school became the first land-grant college in the South and was renamed the Agricultural and Mechanical College of Alabama. In 1899 the name again was changed, to the Alabama Polytechnic Institute. Finally, in 1960 the name of the school was changed to Auburn University, a title more in keeping with its location, and expressing the varied academic programs and larger curriculum of a major university.

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Academics

Specialized Programs

Carnegie Classifications

  • Doctoral Universities: Higher Research Activity
  • Professions plus arts and sciences, high graduate coexistence
  • Research doctoral: comprehensive programs with medical/veterinary school

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Research Programs

Does your institution have a Research Experiences for Undergraduate (REU) Program for students?
Yes

Overview of the research emphasis of our institution/faculty/students

Research is an essential link in Auburn University’s three-pronged mission of instruction, research and outreach. Successes among the varied research activities within each of its schools and colleges continue to bolster Auburn’s reputation as one of our nation’s top universities in agriculture; architecture, design & construction; business; education; engineering; forestry & wildlife sciences; human sciences; the liberal arts; nursing; pharmacy; science and mathematics; & veterinary medicine.


Internships/Cooperative Education (COOP)

Does your institution have an internship program?
Yes

Does your institution have a COOP program?
Yes

Does your institution support Curricular Practical Training (CPT)?
Yes


Education Abroad

Does your institution offer education abroad opportunities for all students?

  • Faculty led abroad
  • Short term abroad
  • Summer abroad
  • Semester abroad
  • Exchange abroad
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English as a Second Language and Support Services

Does your institution offer academic admission to international students under the condition that applicants will meet the English Proficiency requirements prior to enrolling in their academic program?
No

Does your institution provide ESL Support Services?
Yes

If yes, do you require international students to take an English proficiency test before beginning their university program?

Yes

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Campus Life

Athletics
  • American Football
  • Baseball/softball
  • Basketball
  • Soccer
  • Swimming
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Activities
  • Student Government Association Panhellenic Council (sororities)
  • Interfraternity Council (fraternities)
  • International Student Organization Country/region-based student associations
  • Intramural sports
  • More than 400 student clubs and organizations for all interests and causes

Does your institution have a service learning/community service outreach program?

Yes

Student Organization Information

International Student/Faculty Organizations

On-Campus Highlight

  • Fall tailgating, or outdoor parties before
  • American football games
  • Campus-wide events such as Welcome Week, Hey Day and Crush Finals
  • Auburn ranked #11 on The Princeton Review’s list of Colleges with the Happiest Students
  • State-of-the-art Recreation and Wellness Center


Facilities

  • Off Campus Housing
Academic Facilities Available

206 academic buildings; main library as well as veterinary medical library and architecture, design and construction library; extensive lab facilities; multiple computer labs; accredited fine arts museum; arboretum, natural history museum.


Institution Demographics

Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 23,090
Total Graduate Enrollment: 5,149
International Student Enrollment for UG/Graduate/Professional: 2,235

Students from:

Within the state of Alabama 16,197
From other US states 12,251
From outside the US 2235

Ethnicity Representation

African American/Black 1,917
American Indian 138
Asian 702
Hispanic/Latino 907
Native Hawaiian/Pacific Islander 12
White/Non-Hispanic 21, 863
Other 159

Employees

Total Faculty 1,260
Faculty:Student 18:1
Male:Female Ratio 51:49

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US Immigration Compliance Information

Does your institution issue I20 for F1 visa status and/or DS2019 for J1 visa status?
Yes

If yes, does your institution offer employment based immigration support services such as H1b, TN, LPR, etc. for employment?

Yes

Does your institution offer US Immigration advising?

Yes

US Immigration Support Services


Cost and Financial Aid

International Student Costs

Category $ Per Year $ Per Semester
Undergraduate tuition (per semester)* -- $14,820
Graduate tuition (per semester)* -- $14,820
Room and Board (per semester)* -- $6,666
Required Fees (per year) $International student fee $130 per semester & Health Insurance $1,941 --
Average Book Expense (per year) $$$3,491 (books, supplies, transportation and personal) --

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