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Auburn University

Auburn University is a public, land-grant institution located in the beautiful small town of Auburn, Alabama, near the Georgia state line. More than 30,000 students attend Auburn, 40 percent of whom are from out of state. Since the University opened in 1856, more than 250,000 students have graduated with Auburn degrees, and today Auburn is a comprehensive research and doctoral institution, offering 140 undergraduate majors, an Honors College, and many graduate and professional programs. Through its mission of instruction, research, and outreach, Auburn remains dedicated to improving the lives of citizens in the state, region, and nation.

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Tier 2 research institution

Why you should attend?

Auburn University and the Veterans Resource Center has continued to find innovative ways to assist transitioning warriors into the campus community. Our Auburn Warrior Orientation and Learning (A.W.O.L.) program provides custom orientation, campus and classroom tours, and benefits training to newly arriving student veterans. The Auburn Student Veterans host a Gala each year that raises money to provide scholarships for student veterans. The Veterans Resource Center continues to provide remarkable support for our student veterans.