Join the Family

Becoming a student at Auburn University — and particularly in the College of Agriculture — means becoming a part of a family. And joining this family is easy. Just follow these four steps, and you’ll find yourself in The Plains before you know it.

Apply for admission to Auburn University online, or talk with an admissions counselor by contacting the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment at:

Office of Undergraduate Recruitment
The Quad Center
Auburn, Alabama 36849
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Auburn’s Office of University Scholarships annually awards a substantial number of Freshman Scholarships to incoming freshmen and General Scholarships to both new and current students. But in addition to that, the College of Agriculture awards more than $600,000 in scholarships to undergraduate students each year. To be considered for university-level scholarships, incoming freshmen and transfer students should submit the online scholarship application form through the AUSOM website by Feb. 15.

For more about College of Agriculture scholarships, contact the program coordinator at 334-844-8475. More information about university-level scholarships and Auburn’s Scholarship Opportunity Manager is available on the AUSOM website or by calling 334-844-7570.

For all financial assistance based on need, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid by March 1. You can also apply for financial assistance online. Consult with your high school counselor, your community college’s student affairs office or the financial aid division of Auburn’s Student Financial Services office about requirements for receiving assistance. Send questions about scholarships or financial aid to

Camp War Eagle is Auburn’s summer orientation program for incoming freshmen. The program helps orient Auburn’s new students through a structured program emphasizing academic and personal success. Students meet faculty, talk with academic advisors and register for fall semester classes.

A separate program for parents is held simultaneously at each session to better acquaint them with university services and resources. Approximately 550 parents attend each session of Camp War Eagle.

Visit the Camp War Eagle Student Program Website for more information.

SOS is a one-day program designed to help transfer students become familiar with university programs, services and policies. It is operated by the Auburn Office of Undergraduate Studies’ First Year Experience Office.

Transfer students are REQUIRED to attend SOS to register for classes. If you have questions about this orientation program, please contact SOS at 334-844-4501, or visit the SOS Website.