In accordance with Auburn University, we respectfully ask our Auburn clubs and affiliates to cancel watch parties, general meetings or other gatherings until further notice. Our highest priority is the health and well-being of our alumni and friends, as well as your respective communities. We will continue to closely monitor the situation and will share updates from Auburn University, as they are released. Thank you for your cooperation.
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Auburn Clubs and Auburn Alumni Affiliates are for all Auburn alumni and friends. The Auburn Alumni Association is dependent upon contributing members to provide the necessary financial support to help carry on the services and programs required for an effective Auburn Club Program. Auburn Alumni Association bylaws state that members of an Auburn Club must be members of the Auburn Alumni Association. All club officers should be contributing members (Annual or Life Members) of the Auburn Alumni Association.
2019 Auburn Club Awards
Most Outstanding Auburn Alumni in Action Project
First place – West Georgia Auburn Club
Second place – Los Angeles Auburn Club
Third place – New York Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Athletic Support Event
First place – New York Auburn Club
Second place – Mobile Auburn Club
Third place – Chilton County Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Communication
First place – Greater Nashville Auburn Club
Second place – Greater Houston Auburn Club
Third place – Northern California Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Inclusion and Diversity
First place – Greater Houston Auburn Club
Second place – Greater Athens Auburn Club
Third place – Huntsville-Madison Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Service to Students
First place – New York Auburn Club
Second place – Greater Nashville Auburn Club
Third place – Charlotte Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Young Alumni Program
First place – Los Angeles Auburn Club
Second place – Greater Pensacola Auburn Club
Third place – Greater Nashville Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Club Event
West Georgia Auburn Club
Most Outstanding Club Leader
Greater Nashville Auburn Club
Frequently Asked Questions
An Auburn Club is comprised of Auburn alumni and friends whose bond is Auburn University. The goal of every club is to foster the Auburn spirit by engaging members of the Auburn family in their respective communities, supporting current and future students through the funding of scholarships, and promoting the objectives of the Auburn Alumni Association.
An Auburn Club can be located anywhere in the nation or world. Auburn Clubs are charged with hosting meetings and events, providing community service, raising scholarship funds and serving Auburn students. For a club to thrive and maintain a continuation of leadership, it is encouraged for there to be a minimum of 100 alumni in the counties within a 50-mile geographical radius. For those areas or groups who would like to foster meaningful engagement opportunities beyond the traditional geographic club structure, the Auburn Alumni Association offers the option of becoming an Auburn Alumni Affiliate. These affiliate groups offer a platform for alumni with similar interests and common bonds to connect and network. Affiliates primarily meet for social engagement and are not required to meet the guidelines of a chartered Auburn Club. To learn more about starting a club in your area please email email@example.com.
Auburn Club Membership Commissions is a program established and approved by the board of directors of the Auburn Alumni Association to foster and increase contributing memberships in the Auburn Alumni Association, as well as to enhance the association membership experience. Local Auburn Clubs may not charge separate dues. All clubs participate in Auburn Club Membership Commissions.
The Auburn Alumni Association will automatically assign members of the alumni association to a club in their area. Names and contact information is provided to the clubs to help increase communication, membership and participation in the club. The association will pay “commissions” to clubs who recruit new and returning contributing members to the association. These incentive payments are made after the end of the association’s fiscal year, September 30, and are deposited to the club’s annual or endowed scholarship fund held by the AU Foundation or operating expenses (no later than November 15). If a club does not have a club scholarship, the money will be held for one year to allow the club time to establish one. After one year, if the club has not established a scholarship fund with AU, the money will be placed in the Auburn Alumni Association scholarship endowment. To earn commissions, contributing members need to list the name of the Auburn Club on their membership application or select it from the drop down list when joining online at www.alumni.auburn.edu/join.
No. Membership will be unified. All General and Contributing Members of the alumni association will automatically be eligible for local club participation. This will eliminate confusion between club memberships and association memberships.
Contact the Office of Alumni Affairs – Club Management for membership applications. You can contact them at firstname.lastname@example.org or 334-844-1148. Also, a PDF application is available for download in the portal. Just click the membership application link and insert your club name in the Auburn Club field.
- $10 from a NEW Annual Membership ($50)
- $12 from a NEW Annual Joint Membership ($65)
- $2 from an Annual Renewal ($50)
- $62 from a NEW Life Membership ($850)
- $86 from a NEW Life Joint Membership ($1,175)
Yes, your Auburn Club name allows us to track your memberships.
There are 3 easy ways for people to join as contributing members:
- Online at alumni.auburn.edu/join and select your local club
- Mail completed application with club name listed to:
Auburn Alumni Association,
Attn: Alumni Accounting
317 S. College St
Auburn, AL 36849
- Phone call to the membership department at (334)844-2960 and mention your club
Call (334)-844-2995. Steve Inabinet can help your club start a scholarship program.