Samford Hall, completed in 1890, is Auburn’s iconic building.
Students gather and study in Auburn’s Student Center.
Auburn is known for its eagles that fly before home football games.
Auburn’s new Mell Classroom Building has 26 Engaged and Active Student Learning classrooms.
Auburn’s Recreation and Wellness Center features rock climbing and a one-third-mile indoor track.
Points of Pride
Auburn is a leader in protecting critical infrastructure and reducing the nation’s vulnerabilities in cybersecurity as a result of interdisciplinary research within the university’s nationally recognized cybersecurity institutes and centers.
Auburn’s School of Communication and Journalism launched a sports production track geared toward students who want to help deliver live sporting events.
Auburn is ranked No. 1 for Best Recreational Facilities, No. 3 for Students Pack the Stadium, No. 8 for Students Love It Here, and No. 10 for Happiest Students, all by The Princeton Review.
Auburn’s online MBA Program in the Harbert College of Business is ranked No. 8 by Poets & Quants, a nationally recognized online resource for graduate business education.
The new autonomous vehicle research facility at Auburn’s National Center for Asphalt Technology is one of few such facilities in the nation attached to a test track.