Application Information


Congratulations on receiving your invitation to apply for admission to the Honors College at Auburn University.

Below, you will find more information on how to login to your student email account, and give you tips on the application process.

*  Application and Acceptance processes are currently closed.

Auburn Username and Student ID

Your Auburn username is the seven character combination of letters and numbers that identifies you at Auburn (e.g. xyz0001). AU Access is the service that provides you with your Auburn email (TigerMail), eBill, and other services.

Your banner ID number or student ID number is a randomly assigned nine digit number that will be printed on your TigerCard (student ID card) and is necessary to know for the completion of certain Auburn forms (e.g. 903xxxxxx), including your application to the Honors College.

Your user name and ID number can be found on your acceptance letter to Auburn University. If you cannot find your User Name and ID number, please call the Office of Admission Processing at (334) 844-6429.

How to login to your student email account

If you have not already done so, visit to enable your Auburn account. Once your account is activated, you will have access to TigerMail (your Auburn email account), as well as AU Access.

AU Access:

Application Tips

Please do not press the enter key while navigating the application. This will submit the application. Please use your cursor to move between sections in the application.

If you accidentally submit your application before you are finished, please email any remaining information to Be sure to include your name and student ID number. Your application will be considered submitted.

Didn't receive an email? Check your email account folders ...

Please check your spam/junk folders in both the email that was listed on your application to Auburn, and your official Auburn email account. The subject of the email with your invitation to apply is: “Honor Your Dreams with the Auburn University Honors College.”


Last modified: February 11, 2019