Fall Start Options
When can I get to campus?
We hear this question every day from international students like you. With the coronavirus pandemic, we understand that visa availability and travel plans may have been impacted. As always, Auburn Global has you covered.
We are working to get you to campus as soon as possible, in ways that prioritize your health and safety. Auburn Global is prepared to support you in beginning your university journey in a way that is tailored to you. Explore our start options below.
On-Campus Fall Semester
If you are able to secure your visa this summer, start your undergraduate or graduate program in August at our warm and welcoming campus.
On-Campus Fall Semester - October Start
If you don’t receive your visa in time for August, join us on-campus in October. This option is open to all undergraduate students.
Virtual Fall Semester
If you are unable to get to campus this year, start your program virtually in October—no study delays or interruptions—and transition to campus next semester. This is available to undergraduate students.
5 Reasons to Start Virtually
Experiencing delays in arriving to campus on time? Here are five reasons to start with us virtually.
A head start
Don’t delay—start your coursework now, with no interruptions.
Recognized AU credits
Take the exact same credits you would take if you were on-campus.
Learn from AU faculty and connect with your classmates before you step foot on campus.
Receive holistic assistance from Auburn Global advisors, plus guidance on your transition to campus.
A connection to campus
Join the Auburn Family with regularly scheduled virtual events with students on-campus and around the world.
Want to learn more about what its like to be an Auburn University student? Hear from international students like you have already joined the Auburn Family.
``Auburn Global has been helpful in so many ways. They register students for their major classes but also register students for Auburn Global classes, which helped me a lot with transitioning to higher-level classes and the American higher education system in general.``
``Professors always encourage students to involve in the class discussions, and they will give some comments to the students' responses to make it as a dialogue. The class is more like students centered atmosphere.``
During this time of uncertainty, we are here for you. See how we have been supporting our students this semester and how Auburn University faculty have become go-to experts on various COVID-19 topics.
Student Support Video
Here are a few of the ways that the Auburn Global team has supported students over the last semester.
Read about the COVID-19 experts at Auburn.
Explore how Auburn faculty are taking the front lines against COVID-19.