The Top Places You Need to See on Auburn University’s Campus

Auburn University, in Auburn, Alabama, is a must-visit college. With such a large campus, it can be easy to get overwhelmed especially if you’re a prospective student taking a college tour. Several local hotels, like The Collegiate Hotel at Auburn, will give you free transportation to campus if you’re staying there and tips for visiting. Here is a list of the top places and landmarks to see during your college tour and visit to Auburn, AL.

Office of Undergraduate Admissions

If you have or are a college-age student, stop by the Office of Undergraduate Admissions at Quad Center. Get your questions answered, sign up for a campus tour or take a self-guided one.

Samford Hall

The hall, which now houses administrative offices, plays the school fight song four times an hour. Get your cameras out and take your picture by this postcard-worthy building.

The Village

Some of the best housing on campus is in The Village, which is a group of eight living areas. Most suites include four bedrooms, two bathrooms, and a shared common area, with features for dining and living. These include a microwave, sofa, counter and dining table. It’s worth seeing student housing at Auburn if you’re thinking about living on campus in the future.

Ralph Brown Draughon Library

Look around Auburn’s main library and picture yourself as a student. Take a break and relax, or flip through the extensive collection of books.

A Dining Hall or Place to Eat

One essential part of the college experience is food. Auburn offers plenty of options, from traditional dining halls to cafes and quick-service options, such as Panera Bread, Starbucks, Panda Express and local restaurants. Fuel up to stay energized for the rest of your tour.

Southeastern Raptor Center

Learn about birds or attend a program in the Edgar B. Carter Amphitheatre. Since the center is not open to the public outside of presentations, try to make it to Football, Fans and Feathers, offered on Fridays before football games. It only costs $5.

Jordan-Hare Stadium

Have you ever wanted to learn more about where your favorite athletes play? Take a tour of the stadium from 9 to 3:30, Monday to Friday. You can also walk to the stadium when visiting campus for a quick photo.

Tiger Statue

Another iconic Auburn sight is the tiger statue outside of Jordan-Hare Stadium. Before your tour or a game, stop for a photo. This is a must-do for future Tigers.

Auburn University Bookstore

Find Auburn clothing, school supplies and gifts at the bookstore, the perfect last stop for any visitor. The bookstore is located in the Haley Center.

Keep these destinations in mind when you visit Auburn’s campus. You can tailor the visit to your own interests as well. Have a great visit!

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