Auburn University Reviews
Student & Graduate Reviews (31)
Auburn has a great community of students and a reputable engineering program. It prepares its students for the future.
Auburn is a great college in a growing small town. The people are so nice and there is no pressure to join a sorority or frat if that's not your thing. There are plenty of other ways to get involved to meet people and make friends! You will really grow into your own person here. HIGH SCHOOL IS IN THE PAST! Auburn sets you up to be the new person that you want to be!
Best college experience I could imagine. It's a big school that seems small. It's a community and everyone is nice. Great education and opportunities.
Very commuter friendly and working adult friendly. Was able to take night classes and online classes. A great value.
Engineering was extremely difficult and very rewarding. The school itself was fun, safe, and clean. There were options for pretty much anything you wanted to do. Loved it.
Auburn is AMAZING. Its all about the southern hospitality and family tradition. Saturday game days are the best and they have rodeo's!
I enjoyed my college experience, but I did not find the classes particularly challenging or useful. Through the University, however, I was given multiple student jobs doing video production for the Athletic Department and with the College of Liberal Arts, and I consider those experiences critical to my professional success now that I have graduated.
Auburn University is an outstanding environment to not only learn and earn a well regarded degree, it is also where you will meet and make friends for a lifetime. The academics are challenging and engaging and the student activities and accommodations are first class and constantly being upgraded. Finally, you just can't beat SEC football!
Auburn University has the best instructors and degree programs in the southeast. Having graduated from Auburn, it has leveraged my career and job opportunities. The instructors are passionate about thee classes and curriculum they teach which makes every class worth taking.
I did not enjoy my college experience. I grew incredibly bored in class and found myself not challenged or interested in the subject matter being taught.
No, if I had to do it again I would choose something with more interest to me on a personal level, such as music or english.
Don't go until you are sure you can afford it. In other words, save up money for tuition, find a way to pay as you go, and take out as very little debt as possible.