Choosing where to go to college is one of the biggest decisions of your life.
As you explore life at Auburn, we’re here to connect you with all the resources you’ll need to make the right choice for you. Our “Auburn Family,” ranked among the 50 most powerful alumni networks in the world, is ready to help students like you launch a rewarding career.
If you are looking at undergraduate, graduate, pharmacy, veterinary medicine, or online admissions, an Auburn degree has prepared and inspired generations of students to lead in their industries, communities and the world.
If you’d like to know more about our work in the College of Agriculture, let us give you some more information. We’re confident it’ll inspire your life’s work.
Requirements & Deadlines
Information about first-time Freshman Prospective Student Requirements, deadlines, application instructions, as well as checklists to help you through your admissions process can be found on Auburn’s Undergraduate Admissions Prospective Students webpage.
Incoming student admission info also includes: Early Admission, Transfer Students, and Dual-Enrolled.
The Auburn University curriculum is organized around a core of courses that are required of all students. Students desiring to specialize or expand their knowledge in a particular subject may also take professional elective courses of their choosing.
A minimum of 22 professional elective hours are needed to graduate, but a student may take as many as they wish. Currently there are 94 designated courses across Auburn University. During advising week discuss with your adviser to see which electives are best for you.
When you apply, Auburn carefully assesses your academic potential using a comprehensive admissions review. Each application is given personal consideration and decisions are based on a number of factors.
Example Successful Applicant
Freshmen with applicant scores like these (subject to change) are accepted to Auburn’s College of Agriculture:
- SAT total: 1260-1480
- ACT composite: 27-34
- Average 3.92 GPA
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Still have Questions?
Get answers about Auburn University, admission decisions, housing, student activities and other general questions by reading Auburn Admissions Frequently Asked Questions.