AUBURN, ALABAMA, USA
Auburn University is located in the state of Alabama in the southeastern United States. The campus resides in the city of Auburn in Lee County, between Atlanta and Montgomery on Interstate 85.
AUBURN UNIVERSITY CAMPUS
Auburn's main campus is spread across 1,843 acres. Consisting of more than 400 buildings, the campus is highlighted by iconic Samford Hall. The core of Auburn's campus extends southwest from Toomer's Corner at the intersection of College Street and Magnolia Ave.
The city of Auburn lies in western Lee County and is bordered by the city of Opelika to the northeast and by Chambers County to the north. The city stretches south to the Macon County line in the southwest. Auburn is located 118 miles southwest of Atlanta, 143 miles southeast of Birmingham, 40 miles west of Columbus and 55 miles northeast of Montgomery.
AUBURN ATHLETICS FACILITIES
The majority of Auburn's athletics facilities are located in the core of campus (refer to map below). Locations and directions to Equestrian, Golf and Tennis facilities are also detailed.
ou may use the directions below or receive specific Google Maps directions from your location.
From Atlanta, Ga.
Distance: 118 miles southwest of Atlanta (102 miles from the airport).
Time: Approximately 1.2 to 2 hours.
Directions: Take I-85 South out of Atlanta and travel 102-118 miles and exit the interstate at exit 51 and turn right. Then follow College Street into Auburn.
From Birmingham, Ala. (via Interstate)
Distance: 143 miles southeast of Birmingham.
Time: Approximately 2.2 hours.
Directions: Take I-65 South out of Birmingham and travel approximately 88 miles and exit the interstate onto I-85 North once in Montgomery which is exit 72. Then take I-85 North out of Montgomery and travel 55 miles and exit the interstate at exit 51. Then follow College Street into Auburn.
From Birmingham, Ala. (via US 280)
Distance: 115 miles southeast of Birmingham.
Time: Approximately 2 hours, but may take longer if traffic is heavy.
Directions: Take Highway US 280 East out of Birmingham and travel approximately 110 miles and exit onto Alabama Highway 147. There is a yellow blinking light at the exit. Travel down this road (College Street) five miles to downtown Auburn and the Auburn University Campus.
From Columbus, Ga.
Distance: 40 miles west of Columbus.
Time: Approximately 45 minutes.
Directions: Take Highway 280 West out of Columbus and travel approximately 30 miles and exit the highway onto I-85 South at exit 62. Then take I-85 South ten miles and exit the interstate at exit 51. Then follow College Street into Auburn.
From Montgomery, Ala.
Distance: 55 miles northeast of Montgomery.
Time: Approximately 1 hour.
Directions: Take I-85 North out of Montgomery and travel 55 miles and exit the interstate at exit 51. Then follow College Street into Auburn.
|Distance / Travel Times|
|Athens, Ga.||Georgia||179 miles||3 hours|
|Atlanta, Ga.||-||100 miles||1.25 hours|
|Baton Rouge, La.||LSU||418 miles||6 hours|
|Birmingham, Ala.||-||115 miles||2 hours|
|College Station, Texas||Texas A&M||780 miles||11 hours|
|Columbia, Mo.||Missouri||733 miles||11 hours|
|Columbia, S.C.||South Carolina||300 miles||4.5 hours|
|Columbus, Ga.||-||30 miles||30 minutes|
|Fayetteville, Ark.||Arkansas||663 miles||10 hours|
|Gainesville, Fla.||Florida||318 miles||4.5 hours|
|Huntsville, Ala.||-||235 miles||3.5 hours|
|Knoxville, Tenn||Tennessee||318 miles||5 hours|
|Lexington, Ky.||Kentucky||484 miles||7.5 hours|
|Mobile, Ala.||-||230 miles||3.5 hours|
|Montgomery, Ala.||-||45 miles||45 minutes|
|Nashville, Tenn.||Vanderbilt||335 miles||5.5 hours|
|New Orleans, La.||-||365 miles||6 hours|
|Oxford, Miss.||Ole Miss||294 miles||4.5 hours|
|Starkville, Miss.||Mississipp State||244 miles||4 hours|
|Tuscaloosa, Ala.||Alabama||160 miles||2.5 hours|