Honors at Auburn

The Honors College is a place where you can honor your dreams. Whether you aspire to enter the workforce, pursue a graduate degree, or help make the world a better place through dedicated service, the Honors College at Auburn University can help you acquire the skills and experiences necessary to make your dreams come true.

Admissions

Admissions

Discover the resources, opportunities, and benefits the Honors College offers our students.

If you have received an invitation to apply, or hope to receive one, learn more about our streamlined application process.

If you have received an invitation to apply, or hope to receive one, learn more about our streamlined application process.

Have questions? We have answers. We’ve listed some of the most common questions we hear from prospective students and their families.

Visit Us

Visit Us

Learn more about the Honors College through a one-on-one meeting with our recruitment team! Our Honors Ambassadors will share more about their Honors experience, while covering everything Honors including our flexible curriculum designations, membership benefits, student involvement opportunities, application process, and more.

Visit Us Old

Visit Us

Learn more about the Honors College through a one-on-one meeting with our recruitment team! Our Honors Ambassadors will share more about their Honors experience, while covering everything Honors including our flexible curriculum designations, membership benefits, student involvement opportunities, application process, and more.

News

News

In the fall, recent Auburn graduate Walton Ferguson will begin his journey to complete a doctorate in quantitative psychology.

June 07, 2024

Following a national search, Laura M. Stevens, the Roxanna McFarlin Chapman Professor of English at the University of Tulsa, has been named Auburn’s director of the Honors College, effective July 15.

May 14, 2024

Three undergraduate students and six Auburn graduates have won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships for graduate study in the fall, which provides three years of support accessible over five years.

April 24, 2024

Events

In the fall, recent Auburn graduate Walton Ferguson will begin his journey to complete a doctorate in quantitative psychology.

June 07, 2024

Following a national search, Laura M. Stevens, the Roxanna McFarlin Chapman Professor of English at the University of Tulsa, has been named Auburn’s director of the Honors College, effective July 15.

May 14, 2024

Three undergraduate students and six Auburn graduates have won National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowships for graduate study in the fall, which provides three years of support accessible over five years.

April 24, 2024

Apr. 24, 2024
Cup at Cater

9-11 a.m.

It’s our last Cup at Cater for the semester! Stop by and see us before you leave campus for the summer and grab some free coffee and snacks while you are at it.

Apr. 30, 2024
Break for Breakfast

8-11 a.m.

We all need a break, especially during finals, so have one on us. The Honors College will host a free breakfast for all Honors students the morning of April 30th.

Last updated: 06/12/2024