Auburn University Reviews
Studying biomedical sciences at Auburn University helped me secure a Rhodes scholarship to study at Oxford University and also prepared me well to study medicine at Harvard Medical School. I found excellent mentors who guided my undergraduate research in organic chemistry and I found the rigor of the molecular and physiology sciences to be top notch. For a large public school with excellent academics and a great football culture on Saturdays, you will find no more welcoming environment than the beautiful Auburn Plains.
Auburn University was a great place to receive my degree. My professors helped me find a career and were honest and upfront about the added degrees I would need to make my dream happen. I was able to be part of an amazing internship, which helped me decided on a career path and allowed me see first hand what I was going to do with my degree.
I really enjoyed my education at Auburn University. I admired all of my professors and had a great time with my peers.
I love Auburn. It is such a beautiful town and everyone is so friendly. I liked almost all of my teachers and there are classes available at so many different times it's really easy to get a schedule that really suits your needs. There is so much to do there but it still feels small and cozy.
I loved my time at Auburn. The campus is beautiful and I learned a lot.
I thoroughly enjoyed my college experience. It was a great experience for learning, and my teachers were amazing. I also met some amazing friends.
Auburn University is a great place to attend. I loved living on such a beautiful campus. I enjoyed my courses and professors. I liked how Auburn is a small town, and I felt at home there. I am not a big football fan, but it is something that many enjoy there.
Auburn is a great college in a lovely small town. The school offers a great balance of academics and social opportunities and the name and degree are well-respected. The students and faculty are very friendly and close nit, allowing a feeling like a small school even at a large university. Alumni graduate with a sense of belonging and family. When traveling I frequently get warm greetings from strangers with associations to the university.
It has a great faculty and staff. It's a growing school and a lot of the facilities are brand new compared to when I was there.
Auburn has a fabulous campus and charming, comfortable college-town life. I feel that Auburn is a good value when compared with other state schools in the area, especially for those studying technical and career-specific fields. Unfortunately, I cannot say that the Liberal Arts programs at Auburn were anything more than adequate.