Student Resources

Finding balance & Help when you need it.

The college experience is more than textbooks, classes, exams and GPAs. It’s about getting involved in campus life, and you cannot help but do that as a student on Ag Hill.

Always start by getting to know your AU profile options and tools here:

We offer a variety of services and resources carefully designed to ensure your learning, involvement, and professional development.

Academic Calendar

Find out when classes begin/end for the semester and upcoming holidays.

Auburn University Bulletin

Official listing of all majors, minors, graduate, academic programs, degree requirements, etc.

Advising

Reach out for advising, registration, course planning, policies, requirements, and questions about your major.

Career Discovery

Begin your career planning now! Find a mentor & explore career options.

Student Clubs

Join a student club or organization passionate about the same things you are.

Leadership Opportunities

Get involved, be a leader, get a head start on life!

Student Services

We’re here to help! Classes, life, Auburn, whatever it is reach and our Student Services Office will point you in the right direction.

Help with Canvas

Quick help guides to Canvas, AU’s Learning Management System.

COA Student FAQ

Please read these frequently asked student questions to help guide you.

HOW DO I CHANGE MY MAJOR?

To change your major at Auburn University you must follow one of the following processes.

To change to a major outside the College of Agriculture

  1. Please first talk with the appropriate academic advisor in your college.
  2. You will then need to make an appointment with an advisor in your new college.

To change your major into or within the College of Agriculture

Please first talk with the appropriate academic advisor in your college.

How do I apply for a Minor?

Applying for a Minor

We encourage all students to use elective hours to earn a minor in a field that compliments your majors. A minor can help deepen your major curriculum or apply it in a more practical, career-specific way. Each of our minors is carefully designed to enhance a variety of majors in business, engineering, and the agricultural, natural and basic sciences.

To declare a minor in the College of Agriculture, please first talk with the appropriate academic advisor in your college.

If you would like to declare a minor outside of the College of Agriculture, please contact the minor’s college advising and/or student services office for more information.

    WHERE DO I FIND THE CURRICULUM FOR MAJORS & MINORS AT AUBURN? PREREQUISITE?

    All curriculum and courses are listed in The Auburn University Bulletin. Courses with prerequisites are also indicated in DegreeWorks with a *.

    Can I talk to a Peer Mentor?

    Yes! Ag Peer Mentors are available to answer any questions you may have from another student’s perspective.

    HOW DO I APPLY THE GRADE ADJUSTMENT POLICY (GAP)?

    Read the COA Grade Adjustment Policy (GAP), follow instructions, and complete the worksheet to submit a request. 

    HOW DO I ACCESS DEGREEWORKS?

    Log into AU Access, then click on DegreeWorks.

    WHAT’S THE OFFICIAL FORM OF COMMUNICATION AT AUBURN?

    Email! Students are encouraged to check their email daily (maybe start checking it for breakfast, lunch, and dinner) for important campus communications and announcements. 

    AU Campus Student Resources & Links

    Please reference additional Auburn University campus information below for current or future students. We strive to add value, knowledge, and skills to our Auburn family and beyond.

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    THERE'S SO MUCH TO DISCOVER IN THIS WORLD! HAVE AN ADVENTURE WITH COA STUDY ABROAD.

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