Recent Alumnus 2011-01-24T20:49:34Z
Greek Life is a big part of Auburn. It definitely affects the social atmosphere of the campus. Being a non-Greek I see students put a lot of time and effort into their Greek life, and most have very good things to say about it.
College Senior 2011-01-24T00:38:35Z
Auburn offered me financial aid before I even applied to come to school here. The only bad part of my scholarship is that they will not pay if I choose to move off campus, which most upperclassmen do, and I wish to live off campus next year.
College Senior 2011-01-24T00:37:22Z
Campus Life – Everyone is very involved in their own thing. Everyone has a lot of school spirit and pride in their school. The campus is always very well taken care of and clean. People are respectful and take pride in our gorgeous campus.
College Senior 2011-01-24T00:35:58Z
On Campus Living – Living on campus has a lot of rules and regulations that you must follow such as signing in guests and having quiet hours.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-27T00:15:35Z
Tiger Transit – The buses are the only way to get around campus without a car or parking permit... the routes are available to view but determining the right bus is difficult and the night bus has few vehicles and takes a while since each is in charge of half the campus and off-campus locations but otherwise a good way to get to class
College Senior 2010-12-12T04:01:48Z
When people mention the word drug it is mainly associated with marijuana or drugs of the sort. Although heard of they are very rare. Alcohol however is a "problem" sort of speak and is widely abused throughout campus due to the lack of enforcement. However, it is not something forced upon people.
College Senior 2010-12-12T03:25:00Z
When coming to Auburn you become part of something much larger than a university. It is more of a family. From the get go the local treat you like they have known you your entire life, it truly is southern hospitality at its best. Auburn is also an incredibly safe campus, with night security and shuttles throughout campus. And last but not least is Auburn Football, it is practically life, an aspect that gets in your veins and becomes part of you.
College Senior 2010-12-12T03:15:35Z
I came to Auburn University because of its first impression on me. It truly felt like a home away from home and was one of the few schools offering my major (Hotel and Restaurant Management). The professors are incredible and their insight makes going to c.lass a must. However academics themselves are hard. Auburn is by no means a cow college as some call it. It is a place that will truly prepare you for the future
College Senior 2010-12-06T14:30:06Z
I have had no problems re: strictness on campus. I follow the rules of my dorm and respect the campus police.
College Senior 2010-12-06T14:23:59Z
The city of Auburn, AL embraces the university and it's students. Housing opportunities are abundant, shopping is great and everyone I've met is sooooooooooooooo friendly
College Senior 2010-12-06T14:22:26Z
There are several good, affordable restraunts within walking distance from campus and many offer student discounts and some accept the Tiger Club card for payment
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-04T22:30:06Z
People who go to Auburn really fall in love with the school. Its not because of football, but it's because of the atmosphere. The students really know how to rally together for a cause and stand by each other. Our traditions are amazing and set us apart from every other school and unite present and past students together.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-04T22:11:19Z
I'm Not Sure – I've never lived on campus before. It is not mandatory for freshmen to live on campus and housing is limited, therefore I've always lived off campus.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-04T22:06:26Z
I Found My Place – My major is Social Work and I am more than pleased with every aspect of it. I am close with many staff members, the workload is not too much, and the curriculum is challenging but not impossible. The only thing I would say is that the program is not that popular, there aren't many internships available for people who have diffrent interests, and we don't have a masters program yet. Other than these things I love the staff and the curriculum because they've helped me find myself.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-01T14:04:55Z
Tiger Transit! Sometimes sitting on a bus can be awkward. Especially when you know no one you're sitting next to. However, when you have the right bus driver, that long awkward ride back to the apartment quickly becomes the best ride back. Honestly, I do not like to ride the Tiger Transit. For me, it's just easier to drive. However, I do love the Tiger Transit bus drivers. Most of them always have a smile on their face and can always make me laugh.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-01T13:59:08Z
Few but Great – I really like the places that Auburn's campus has to offer to eat. We have a few different choices in the student center, including Au Bon Pan which offers healthier foods like salads and sandwiches. One of the dining halls on campus also has many different options for students to choose to eat. The student center also includes a starbucks, which is always useful for thoughs 8am's.
Recent Alumnus 2010-12-01T13:56:08Z
I Love the Library – Most students do not enjoy studying in the library, however I think that the RBD library is the perfect place to study. There's a coffee shop (perfect for late nights) and many different floors to find a place to study on. The RBD even includes two quiet floors where no talking is allowed, which is great if you need silence to study.
There are also many library workers who are willing to help students find anything they may need at any time.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-22T03:39:10Z
Auburn is th e"lovliest village on the plains." Even on days that is rains whihc is rarly it is still beatiful
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-22T03:37:17Z
My school is not too strict. They expected to be adults and they treat you that way. Every student is expected to uphold the creed and it is based off repsect for yourself as well as your fellow student.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-22T03:34:03Z
Health & Safety:
Safety on Campus – I feel very safe on campus. There are plenty of people there to look out for you.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-15T13:45:40Z
From personal experience, I have not seen a lot of drug abuse at Auburn. The school has a strict policy against it. I have seen a more usage with alcohol. It is not used on campus, but it definately part of the nightlife experience. Auburn University strictly prohibits the use of drugs and alcohol on campus. Any violation could result in serious punishment.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-15T13:39:31Z
Nightlife in Auburn is very diverse. Some people like to go downtown to our many clubs/bars or out to eat, some people like to go the library for an all night study session, and some people just like to sit at home and relax while watching their favorite television show. The transit system is also availble late at night for people who need it.
Recent Alumnus 2010-11-15T13:35:29Z
Guys & Girls:
Student Life on Campus – The students on campus make Auburn such a loveable place. There is a since of belonging when you walk around. Everybody seems like family. Everyone is really helpful and really nice to everyone. I cannot imagine going to a school that did not have this kind of relationship between its students. I love AU!
College Senior 2010-11-12T20:31:11Z
Auburn has been wonderful. Everyone her is so wonderful!
College Senior 2010-11-12T20:29:10Z
Off Campus Housing is wonderful! Cost is not really high, parking is great. I feel very safe at my house.
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