2022 Acceptance Rate

A total of 27,619 students have applied and 19,609 students have allowed to admit to Auburn University (Acceptance rate: 71.00%). The yield, also known as enrollment rate, is 27.00 % where 5,295 students have finally enrolled out of 19,609 admitted students.
The acceptance rate of the school is lower (tighter to admit) compared to Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings such as University of California-Merced and Binghamton University, its acceptance rate is slightly lower than average (relatively difficult to get in) (the average acceptance rate of the schools is 78.70%).
The yield of the school is higher (more admitted-students enrolled) compared to Public, 4-Years Colleges in Alabama. Compared to similar schools in rankings, its yield is average (average yield is 23.00%).
*Data Source: 2021-2022 Tuition & Fees - National Center for Education Statistics (NCES). (Last update: June 2022)

How to Apply to Auburn University

Financial Aidwww.auburn.edu/administration/business-finance/finaid/
Net Price Calculatorhttps://www.auburn.edu/admissions/costcalc/freshman.html
Veterans Tuitionveterans.auburn.edu/
Disability Servicecws.auburn.edu/accessibility

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Admission Requirements

The following table summarizes the admission requirement to apply to Auburn University. The school requires 4 items to submit - Secondary school GPA, Secondary school record, Completion of college-preparatory program and TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) and 3 items are recommended to submit - Secondary school rank, Recommendations, Admission test scores and .
Admission Requirements for Applying to Auburn University
Secondary school GPARequired
Secondary school rankRecommended
Secondary school recordRequired
Completion of college-preparatory programRequired
Formal demonstration of competenciesNeither required nor recommended
Admission test scoresRecommended
TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)Required
Other Test (Wonderlic, WISC-III, etc.)Neither required nor recommended