Enrollment: Several terms
Financial Aid: Yes
Street: 115 Quad Center
Phone: (334) 844-4000
Established in 1856 as the East Alabama Male College, Auburn University has gone through several waves of transformation and changed its name until it has developed into one of the largest universities in the South. The University has remained in the educational forefront with its traditional blend of arts and applied science.
Auburn University is comprised of the 14 academic divisions: College of Agriculture; College of Architecture, Design & Construction; College of Business; College of Education; Samuel Ginn College of Engineering; School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences; Graduate School; Honors College; College of Human Sciences; College of Liberal Arts; School of Nursing; Harrison School of Pharmacy; College of Sciences and Mathematics; and College of Veterinary Medicine.
Through its colleges and schools, the university offers broad and comprehensive education and awards Bachelor's, First Professional, Master's, Educational Specialist and Doctor's degrees.
Auburn’s Virtual campus offers distance education services, courses and programs which use a variety of delivery modes. The online and distant education programs are designed to help students expand their knowledge, advance their skills and earn a college degree.
Online degree options include graduates studies in the following fields:
• Human Sciences
The Office of University Scholarships at Auburn University aims at helping students achieve their academic goals by supporting them with financial resources. In addition to Freshmen, Transfer and General Scholarships, the office processes Departmental Scholarships and External Scholarships. Other types of financial aid include Loans, Grants, Federal Work Study, and Veterans Assistance programs.