Auburn University Admissions 2022: Requirements, Fee Details & FAQs ,,USA

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Auburn University, established in 1856 and opened in 1859 and has four official names. The university started as a Methodist institution, which is the East Alabama Male College. In 1859, at the East Alabama Male College, a Methodist institution, classes were first held for 80 students with a faculty of six professors. Auburn University is a public land-grant educational college in Auburn, Alabama. Auburn is the second biggest university in Alabama, with more than 24,600 undergraduate students and a combined enrollment of more than 30,000 with 1,330 staff members. It is one of the two public flagship universities in the province. The university is graded as "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very Strong Academic Operation", and it aspires to become a world-renowned institution excelling in:

  • Education
  • Research
  • Service

 

The mission of Auburn University describes its central purpose concisely. Their mission statement begins concerning the university's origins and obligations as a public land-grant university. The Morrill Act of 1862 established higher education institutions that focused on agriculture and mechanical arts to change social and economic circumstances. Universities with land grants would provide practical solutions to pressing societal problems and provide a much wider American citizens segment with higher education. They believe that the university must never lose sight of the significant responsibilities of education, research, and service inherent in their land-grant lineage. After its founding as a land-grant university, Auburn has also been designated, through federal legislation, as a sea-grant and space-grant university.

Table of Contents
  1. Courses Offered
  2. Eligibility & Documents Required
  3. Application & Tuition Fees
  4. Scholarships & Financial Aid
  5. Admission Process
  6. Student Diversity & Preferred Profile
  7. Part Time Work While Studying
  8. Campuses & Accommodation
  9. University Contact Information

Courses Offered


What all courses are available to international students?


Auburn University offers more than 140 undergraduate majors and many degree programs, and an accelerated bachelor's/master's programs.

 

Programs offered at Auburn

 

The university offers various courses in major study areas such as:

Business

Education

Engineering

Economics

Animal Sciences

Agriculture

Forestry & Wildlife Sciences

Liberal Arts

Mathematics

Biological Sciences

Building Construction

Civil Engineering

Clinical Psychology

Communication


Eligibility & Documents Required


What are the eligibility requirements?


Admission to Auburn is competitive and highly selective in all majors. Therefore, like all other students, international applicants must have an excellent academic record to be considered for admission.

 

UG Requirements

ACT or SAT is required for all international freshman and freshman transfer applicants with less than 30 semester credit hours. Apart from this, applicants must complete the following core curriculum requirements by the end of their high school senior year:

  • English (four years)
  • Social studies (three years)
  • Math with Algebra I and II, and either Geometry, Trigonometry, Calculus, or Analysis (three years)
  • Science with Biology and Physical Sciences with Laboratory Component (two years)

 

PG Requirements

  • Bachelor's degree or equivalent from an accredited college or university
  • GRE (optional)
  • GMAT for Management, Finance, Master of Business Administration, and Master of Accountancy programs.

 

English Proficiency Requirements

 

English Test

Minimum Score

TOEFL (iBT)

79

TOEFL (CBT)

213

TOEFL (PBT)

550

PTE

53

IELTS

6.5 or higher

 

Note: Some programs and courses may require higher scores or have different English requirements. Check the respective course pages for more details.


What all documents are needed for application?


Auburn University requires all international applicants to get their transcripts evaluated by an independent credentials evaluator. It is the student's responsibility to have the documents translated and/or evaluated. The university will not translate or evaluate students' transcripts. High school students must send an additional transcript, including final grades, after graduation. Given below is a list of documents usually required for the admission process (for both UG and PG applicants):


Application & Tuition Fees


Is there any application fees?


For UG programs, students need to pay USD 50 as application fees. For PG programs, international students are charged USD 70 as an application fee. All application fees are non-refundable, and once a recipient takes the offer and the semester commences, this payment is credited to the tuition fee deposit.


What is the fee structure of courses offered by the university?


The annual tuition fees for international students are given below:

 

Auburn University Tuition Fee

 

Note: Tuition fee does not include student fees, lab fees, or other charges. These costs are subject to change. Check the university website for the current academic year fee structure.


Scholarships & Financial Aid


Is there any scholarship or financial aid available for international students?


Every year, Auburn University awards a variety of scholarships to new and returning students. Freshman scholarships, transition scholarships, general scholarships and departmental scholarships are some of the scholarships awarded by the university. Auburn University provides international students with a wide variety of scholarships in all areas of study, such as:

  • Acorns to Mighty Oaks Annual Scholarship
  • Adams Family Endowed Scholarship
  • Adrian Marcus Rodric Endowed Scholarship

 

The university also offers external scholarships awarded independently to Auburn University by employers, families, firms, high schools, faith organizations, and technical societies. External scholarship requirements differ widely from scholarship to scholarship. They typically include academic achievement, economic necessity, religious affinity, ethnic status, ethnicity, cultural affiliations, or other relevant criteria essential to the person or group sponsoring. Students are urged to seek as many external grants as practicable.


Admission Process


When do the admissions start?


Most of the UG and PG programs are offered by the end of Spring and Fall Intakes. The intake and admission deadlines for international students are:

 

Auburn University Intakes and Deadlines

 


How to apply to UG and PG courses?


UG aspirants can either submit an online application through the Common Application portal or the university's application portal. PG applicants can apply directly to the university its application portal.

 

Pro Tip for UG Applicants: If you plan to apply to other US universities, use the Common Application portal. If you are applying for Auburn University only, then use the university's application portal. In any case, only one application needs to be submitted, either through the Common App or the university portal.

 

Auburn University Application Portal Link: apply.auburn.edu/apply/?sr=79d26bd3-a343-4f6a-af54-e605eb45d1b6

Applying through the Auburn University's Application Portal

 

Step 1: As a new user, you need to create an account first. Register with the required information to access the application portal.

 

Auburn Application Process 1

 

Step 2: Create a new application and select the required program.

 

Auburn Application Process 2

 

Step 3: Select the application type.

 

Auburn Application Process 3

 

Step 4: Fill in the personal and family information. You will have to fill in your academic details after this.

 

Auburn Application Process 4

 

Step 5: Read the application agreement and finally review the application before submitting it.

 

Auburn Application Process 5

 


When will I hear from the university after I submit my application?


Auburn announces freshmen selections as per rounds. Usually, the three cycles of Early Action decisions are issued in mid-October, mid-November, and mid-January, respectively. In mid-February and mid-March, two Daily Decision rounds are issued. PG application decisions are declared in a month.


Student Diversity & Preferred Profile


What are the chances to get into this university?


At Auburn, the acceptance rate is 80.7 percent, and on average, 81 applications are accepted for every 100 applications. The university itself terms its admission process as highly competitive and selective. International students need to score 1160 in SAT or better to have greater chances of getting admission. The freshman middle 50 percent score averages for Fall 2019 were as follows:

 

Auburn University Freshman 2019 Averages

 


How many Indian/international students are studying at the university?


Auburn University records 2,955 international students on campus, of which 1,656 are undergraduates. The total student body count of the university is 30,440 students, of which 24,628 are undergraduates. Auburn boasts of its ever-increasing international student body, which is usually approximately 9.7 percent of the total student body.


Part Time Work While Studying


Can I work while studying here?


Most Auburn students work part-time jobs on or off-campus to help provide for their tuition and living expenses. Students may reduce their need for extra education funding by working 10-20 hours a week.

 

J-1 visa holders are not permitted to operate off-campus. However, they may work on-campus for a limited number of hours per week. Bear in mind that on-campus positions are always in high demand and can be tight (subject to alteration at any time without notice). If you wish to operate, please check these details with your Auburn immigration advisor when you arrive on campus.

 

Money Talks

For eligible Doctoral Job Study workers, the Office of Student Financial Services provides a rare career opportunity to staff the Money Talks Financial Aid Tele-Counseling Center. Compensation is due at an hourly rate of USD 10.


Campuses & Accommodation


How many colleges and campuses does the university have?


Auburn University has only one campus located in Auburn, Alabama. The university has 14 colleges that further oversee various academic departments and centers.

 

College of Agriculture

College of Architecture, Design & Construction

Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

College of Education

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

Graduate School

College of Human Sciences

College of Liberal Arts

School of Nursing

James Harrison School of Pharmacy

College of Sciences and Mathematics

College of Veterinary Medicine

Honours College


Is on-campus housing available?


Auburn University Housing provides on-campus housing accommodation for undergraduate students only in five residential communities consisting of 29 residence halls. Graduate students are not offered any on-campus housing opportunities. All residence halls provide a range of amenities like:

  • Dining places
  • Leisure areas
  • Laundry facilities
  • Mailrooms
  • A library within walking distance

 

Room Rent

Given below is the 2021-22 academic room prices for each residence as per the university website:

 

Residence Hall

Room Rent/ Semester (in USD)

Cambridge Hall

Single Room: 4,530

Double Room: 3,690

Hill Residence Halls

Single Room: 3,910

Double Room: 3,120

Quad Residence Halls

Single Room: 4,530

Double Room: 3,690

South Donahue Hall

Single Room: 6,040

Double Room: 5,930

Quad Room: 5,930

Village Residence Halls

Single Room: 5,000

Double Room: 5,000

Triple Room: 4,780

Quad Room: 4,780

160 Ross

2 bedroom/2 bath: 5,000

4 bedroom/4 bath: 4,780

 

Note: Rent charges change yearly due to external or internal factors and may include extra expenses. To know the current year's room rent, check the official university website.

 

On-Campus Dining

Tiger Dining offers a USD 1,100 dining dollar plan for fraternity members who reside on campus and participate in a qualifying fraternity meal plan.


University Contact Information


Whom should I contact in case of any doubts?


If any doubts occur, students can contact the university:

Address: Auburn University, Auburn, Alabama 36849, USA

Website: www.auburn.edu

Telephone: 334-844-4000


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