Welcome potential student-athletes and thank you for your interest in becoming an Auburn Tiger. Our teams compete at the highest level of intercollegiate athletics and enjoy support from one of the most dedicated fanbases in all of college sports.
Attending Auburn and playing for the Tigers is an honor that comes with great opportunity and responsibility. If your talent and dedication match our passion for excellence, Auburn is exactly the place you can achieve your highest academic and athletics goals.
Auburn University has developed into one of the largest universities in the South, remaining in the educational forefront with its traditional blend of arts and applied science, and changing with the needs of today while living with a respect for the traditions and spirit that are Auburn.
The University today is a comprehensive land, sea and space grant institution -- among the few that hold that distinction -- helping fulfill the dreams of nearly 25,000 students. Learn more...
The city of Auburn is the proud home of Auburn University, Alabama's biggest, and the Robert Trent Jones Trail, the world's finest. It's the coolest college town in the South, according to us, and one of the Top-10 cities in the U.S. for small businesses, according to Forbes. Centrally located near Atlanta, Birmingham and Montgomery, Auburn is easy to get to and easy to love. Learn more...
Potential Auburn student-athletes can submit their information online via our sport questionnaires.
Sport Recruiting Sites
Learn more about specific Auburn programs by visiting their respective sites for potential student-athletes:
As a member of the National Collegiate Athletic Association ("NCAA"), Auburn University must abide by NCAA rules and regulations as they relate to all aspects of its athletic program. In addition to ensuring that all of its coaches, administrators, University faculty and staff, and student-athletes are aware of and following NCAA rules, Auburn is also responsible for the actions of any individual who is a "representative of athletic interests."
Compliance with NCAA rules requires the effort of everyone associated with an institution's athletic program -- institutional staff, faculty, students, student-athletes and representatives of athletic interests. In order to act within NCAA rules, it is important to understand not only the rules themselves, but also why the NCAA rules exist and why schools must monitor compliance with the rules.
The information below was developed to provide you with a general overview of key Division I NCAA rules and regulations. If you have any additional questions about NCAA rules and regulations, you should contact the NCAA directly or visit the NCAA website at www.ncaa.org.
Questions? Email us and we will respond as quickly as possible. If we cannot provide an answer to your question, we will put you in touch with the appropriate person in the department. If you need assistance with a campus-related question, please go here.