Academics

Prospective Student-Athletes

Mission

Interested in becoming an Auburn University student-athlete? Here you will find general information on the admissions process, athletics scholarships and financial aid, and contact information for coaches. Please also visit the compliance pages at AuburnTigers.com for further information on recruiting, NCAA eligibility and compliance.

Whether you are a prospective student-athlete or parent, we hope you find this information helpful.

Key Contacts

Office of Admissions and Recruitment:
Quad Center, Auburn University, AL 36849
(334) 844-6425
admissions@auburn.edu

Office of the Registrar:
Martin Hall Auburn University, AL 36849
(334) 844-4367
registrar@auburn.edu

Foy Student Union Information Desk: (334) 844-4244

Athletic Department

Office of Athletics Administration: (334) 844-4750
Office of Recruiting: (334) 844-9626

About Auburn University Athletics

A member of the highly competitive Southeastern Conference, Auburn University fields twenty-one intercollegiate sports in all, with eight programs for men and nineteen programs for women. Over the past four years, Auburn University athletic teams have won both SEC and national titles. Well-known athletes such as Bo Jackson, Gabe Gross and Jason Campbell, plus Olympians Kerron Stewart, Margaret Hoelzer, and Matt Targett were all AU student-athletes. Learn more about the academic and athletic traditions at the Auburn University:

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How To Contact A Coach

If you do not see your sport listed on the athletics website, check the Auburn University Intramural/Club Sports web page. You will find information on a wide variety of sports including intramural and recreational sports.

Departmental Coaches and Recruiting Contact Information

Recruiting Basics

The websites listed below will provide valuable information about the recruiting process.

  • Information for Prospective Student-Athletes at AuburnTigers.com Visit ncaa.org for information on how the NCAA oversees student-athlete eligibility.
  • Visit the National Letter Intent Website to better understand the "signing process".
  • Access the AU Website for academic information to find information on classes, advising, majors, and tutoring.

Admissions Process

All prospective student-athletes are required to complete an Undergraduate Admissions application and go through the regular admissions process. Please visit The Auburn University Admissions Site or call (334) 844-4367 for more information.

Test Scores

All students are required to present an SAT or ACT score as part of the admissions application. It is strongly recommended that all students take three SAT II Subject Tests in writing, math and a third test of their choosing. If you are planning to sign a November letter of intent, we strongly recommend that you begin testing during your junior year of high school.

Compliance

The NCAA rules are complex and ever changing. This compliance section provides basic information on NCAA rules everyone should know, including specific information for boosters, recruits, and current student-athletes. A more in-depth reference is can be found on the NCAA website.

Financial Aid

Whether you are interested in athletic scholarships, University financial aid, or federal and state grants, the financial aid section will provide the information you need.

Prospective Student-Athlete Questionnaires and Forms

If you are interested in competing in intercollegiate athletics for Auburn University, please complete all forms or questionnaires provided by your chosen sport. These forms are NOT official university applications.

It is important to know that NCAA rules and regulations prohibit coaches and administrative personnel from sending letters or electronic mail to high school students until after September 1 of their junior year in high school. While coaches and administrators are not permitted to write or e-mail you according to the above restriction, you are permitted to telephone, e-mail, or text coaches and administrators without restrictions.

Those who are freshmen or sophomores in high school are also permitted to contact the admissions office for information regarding the Auburn University and its academic programs. You may call our admissions office at (334) 844-4367 or visit ouradmissions website.

WARNING: If you are a student-athlete enrolled at another four-year institution or if you have been enrolled at another four-year institution in the last year (Division I, II or III), NCAA rules and regulations strictly prohibit us from having any communication with you, directly or indirectly, until that institution grants our institution permission to contact you. You may obtain this permission to contact at the compliance office of your current or previous institution.

Contact

The Student-Athlete Development Center is located within the Athletic Complex at 392 S. Donahue Drive near the intersection of Donahue and Samford.

SASS Front Desk: (334) 844-9874

On Twitter: @Auburn_SADC

Auburn University Athletic Complex
392 S. Donahue Drive
Auburn, AL 36849

Important Dates

  • June 19, 2013
    Last day to withdraw from full-term summer classes.
  • June 24, 2013
    Second-Mini Summer Classes begin.
  • July 4, 2013
    Independence Day, NO CLASS.
  • July 10, 2013
    Last day to withdraw from 2nd mini summer classes.
  • July 26, 2013
    Summer classes end.
  • July 27, 2013
    Study/Reading day.
  • July 29-31, 2013
    Final Exam Period.
  • August 21, 2013
    Fall classes begin.