I liked the dorms. They were fun. I would go back anytime.
I did not like the sports team. There was not much effort. I would tell students to get ready to work hard.
Auburn has good family values. The south is a good place for one to go to school and grown up. I would definitely hire someone who attended and graduated from Auburn.
Only downside to Auburn is their sports are competitive however never number 1. Years after years you will live for, and die for their athletic program.
Football games, Rolling Toomer's Corner, school spirit, Friendly atmosphere, Off-campus dining, Lemonade at Toomer's Drugstore, Short drive to Atlanta, Montgomery, and Birmingham, Attractive...
No parking, Hard to get on-campus housing, Hard to get off-campus housing, Traffic on game days, Computer labs during finals week, Unbearable summer humidity, Campus during the holidays, Finding a...
Auburn does a lot of outreach programming and a lot of research. I would feel confident hiring a graduate of Auburn.
I would tell students not to go here if you're not crazy about football! Students who aren't football fans will probably go crazy here during football season.
Being a professor here, I would say this is an A++ school. In all actuality here at Aubrurn we are a cutting edge campus with a wide variety of degree programs
. Nothing negative to say. Once again A++ school.
The campus is very pretty. Also, it is easy to make friends and join organizations.
The surrounding town can be a little boring. Students don't do too much on the weekend.
The athletics programs available are excellent. The campus is logically planned.
The campus is not that attractive. There is a limited amount of diversity
Auburn University had excellent professors. The professors at the university are very proficient in the subjects they teach.
Auburn University is very expensive. T tuition fees are rapidly increasing.
The best thing about this school is the atmosphere that it has. It makes students want to go this school and have fun.
The worst thing about Auburn is the surrounding neighborhood. It is nothing special and it is sometimes hard to find things to do.
Family atmosphere. Auburn has a unique tight culture that many campus's say they have but don't really have. When I see an Auburn shirt anywhere I walk, I always make sure to yell out a War Eagle!...
The demographics are predominantly white/black...which is obvious given it's the south. Works for some, not for others.
Beautiful campus, beautiful town, amazing people.
I would say Auburn University is the true definition of 'Southern Hospitality'. Everyone on and off campus is incredibly friendly and hospitable. The school is also a happy medium in terms of size...
The worst thing about Auburn is the lack of diversity in terms of race and ethnicity.
The "Family, All-In" Atmosphere. The people are so nice and the school will literally bend over backwards for you. Beautiful campus. Great sports environment. I felt the quality of academics...
There is definitely a "2nd tier" feel when compared to rival University of Alabama at Auburn. Auburn is great in its own right, but they need to do a better job stepping out of UA's shadow. As...