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Auburn University

Alabama, United States | Public

About

Auburn University is a public research university located in Auburn, Alabama. Founded in 1856, it is one of the most popular university in Alabama, but not exactly that renowned all over.

Cost

Moderate

$20,882

Average Living Expenses (Bachelors)

$20,882

Average Living Expenses (Masters)

Rankings

#668

US News ranking

#801-1000

Qs ranking

#601-800

Times New ranking

Admissions

75%

Avg acceptance rate (Bachelors)

$50 - $70

Application Fee

Scholarships

Charter Scholarship

01/12/19

Bachelors

$8,000

Heritage Scholarship

01/12/19

Bachelors

$13,000

True Blue Scholarships

01/12/19

Bachelors

$4,000

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Location

Auburn is a tiny little town in the south of the United States, with not much to do, and not too much to look forward to even once you’re out, to be honest. The nearest city of any real note is Atlanta, and that too is a good 100 miles or so away. Best of luck.

Campus

The modish campus, built over 341 acres, is arranged in a grid like fashion with distinct building groups. The engineering buildings have the business school for company in the northern sector of the central campus. The whole university looks really beautiful, with a lovely blend of some traditional-looking and some modernistic buildings. Many of the research centres are brand new, so you can be forgiven for missing a couple of heartbeats the first time you set foot in them.

Residing Options

As for housing, off-campus apartments are definitely the way to go. Significantly cheaper and far more comfortable than dormitories, off-campus housing is also pretty easy to obtain. Creekside, Logan Square, Garden District, etc have a number of lovely apartments to choose from, and it’s always advisable to make sure you have a roommate or two.

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