How to Become an AU Agriculture Student

Want to become a student in the College of Agriculture?

Just follow the steps below.

  1. Visit the AU campus
  2. Visit the College of Agriculture
  3. Apply for admission
  4. Apply for scholarships
  5. Apply for other financial assistance
  6. Make plans to attend Camp War Eagle or SOS

1. Visit the Auburn campus

If you want to learn more about Auburn University as a whole, schedule a campus tour with the AU Admissions Office. You'll learn about the campus and visit campus housing. The Admissions Office can also talk with you about the admissions process and how you prepare to come to Auburn.

Schedule an individual or family campus visit. You can also call 334-844-6425 to make a tour reservation over the phone.

Learn more at the Plan a Visit Web site.

2. Visit the College of Agriculture

The College of Agriculture invites you to spend a day visiting Ag Hill. You can meet our top-notch professors to learn more about your area of interest, talk with the college recruiter, tour Ag Hill and our research facilities and visit with one of our Ag Ambassadors to discover what college life is really like.

Group tours are also available. Teacher and counselors can set up a full day of agricultural experiences for their students.

To learn more or to schedule a tour, visit the college Web site or contact Megan Ross at 334-844-3201 or agstusv@auburn.edu .

Come see us soon!

3. Apply for admissions

Apply for AU admission online or speak with an admissions counselor by contacting the Office of Undergraduate Recruitment at:

Office of Undergraduate Recruitment
The Quad Center
Auburn, Alabama 36849
Phone: 334-844-6425
Email: admissions@auburn.edu

4. Apply for scholarships

College of Agriculture scholarships are based on academics, financial need, and leadership. Complete the College of Agriculture's Scholarship Application form to be eligible for all college and departmental scholarships for which you qualify.

5. Apply for other financial assistance

For all financial assistance based on financial need, complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) by March 1. You can also apply for financial assistance online .

Consult with your high school counselor, community college student affairs office or AU Student Financial Services Financial Aid about financial aid requirements.

Send questions concerning scholarships or financial aid to: finaid7@auburn.edu

6. Make plans to attend Camp War Eagle or SOS.

Camp War Eagle is Auburn's summer orientation program for incoming freshmen.The program exists to better orient Auburn's new students through a structured program emphasizing academic and personal success.Students meet faculty, talk with academic advisers and register for fall semester classes.

A separate program for parents is held simultaneously at each session to better acquaint them with university services and resources.Approximately 550 parents attend each session of Camp War Eagle.

Visit the Camp War Eagle Student Program Web site for more information.

SOS is a one-day program designed to help transfer students become familiar with university programs, services and policies. It is operated by the Freshmen Year Experience Office located in Foy Student Union.

Transfer students are REQUIRED to attend SOS to register for classes. If you have questions about this orientation program, please contact SOS at 334-844-4501 or visit the SOS Web site

Last Updated: May 14, 2013

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