Auburn University's student body is comprised of more than 30,000 students.
These students hail from all Alabama counties, nearly all 50 states, and close to 100 foreign nations.
Explore for yourself why Cayuga Community College changes lives, with diverse learning opportunities to discover YOUR passions and advance YOUR personal and professional growth.
Cayuga’s open, rolling admissions process enables students to apply anytime.
Students must be from school districts affiliated with Cayuga-Onondaga BOCES or Ci Ti (Center for Instruction, Technology & Innovation) who are first-time, full-time enrollees to college (including Cayuga Advantage Students).
Red Creek, Tyburn Academy, and Union Springs Academy students are also eligible.Historic business districts lined with gift shops, eateries and more will keep business travelers occupied in free time while many recreational activities will give families plenty to do.There are eight acclaimed golf courses, more than 190 restaurants and a host of entertainment including museums and educational nature attractions.The Early Admission application is the only paper admission application submitted to AU.Early admitted students are unable to apply online.Auburn University is located in the East Alabama city of Auburn, Alabama.Auburn is 120 miles southeast of Birmingham, AL; 50 miles northeast of Montgomery, AL, 112 miles southwest of Atlanta, GA, and 30 miles northwest of Columbus, GA Auburn University’s beautiful campus covers nearly 2,100 acres that includes 429 buildings hosting academics, research, arts, athletics, residential, and social life.Applications will mail through the end of December and are due from entering freshman no later than January 4.Students may be enrolled in any College or School of the University that has undergraduate programs.Schools bring cohesion to academic programs, enabling students to bond and form friendships that last a lifetime.Cayuga’s Spartans compete in the Mid-State Athletic Conference, with NJCAA Division III teams in men’s and women’s basketball, soccer, golf, men’s lacrosse, women’s volleyball, women’s softball, and men’s baseball.