Why Auburn University
- For over 20 years, the U.S. News & World Report has ranked Auburn University as one of the “Top 50 Public Universities” in the United States.
- The university has 140 majors within 13 specialized colleges and schools dedicated to subjects like Engineering, Agriculture, Business, and Human Sciences for more focused study in the subject of your choice.
- As a Land-, Sea-, and Space-Grant institution, Auburn University receives funding for advanced research in fields related to these areas and holds a student research symposium each year, making this university a great choice for anyone interested in studying the subjects that could change our world.
- With a 19:1 student to faculty ratio, academic support and guidance is easily accessible to all on campus.
- For international students, the transition from high school in your home country to a university in the United States can be challenging — a new language, new ways of learning, and a new home. The Undergraduate Accelerator eases this transition by combining credit-bearing courses from the first year of your degree wit additional academic support, English-language instruction, and cultural experiences.
- Auburn students have more than 300 clubs and organizations to choose from.