How We Help Our Students

The Auburn Alumni Association, through the Auburn Alumni Association Endowment and the Auburn Club Scholarship program awarded 392 scholarships for the 2019-2020 academic year. These scholarships are awarded on a variety of criteria and make a great impact on incoming students.

Scholarships We Offer

  • Alumni Association Building
    Auburn Alumni Association Scholarship
  • Thach Hall
    Auburn Club Scholarship
  • Golden Eagles
    Golden Eagles Scholarship
  • Students Gathered Singing
    Student Alumni Association Scholarship
  • Alumni Walk Featured Image
    The Alumni Walk
  • Two Students Walking
    PLUS Scholarship
  • Eagle
    The Circle of Excellence
  • Veterans Holding Flags
    Veterans Endowed Scholarship

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the scholarship renewable?

The scholarship is for one year only. It is not renewable.

Is there an application to fill out?

To receive consideration for Auburn Alumni Association Scholarship, incoming freshmen must complete the scholarship application through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) by midnight CST on December 1. Current students must complete the scholarship application through AUSOM by midnight CST on February 1. Please visit for more information on the scholarship application and application deadlines.

Is there something special I need to do to be considered?

Incoming students should indicate on the application for admission if they have a parent or guardian who is a graduate of Auburn. Incoming and current students who have at least one parent who is an alumnus or alumnae of Auburn should provide parent name, graduation year, and address when prompted on the scholarship application. For important deadlines and other information, visit

What is the selection process?

Prior to awarding specific Auburn Alumni Association Scholarships, the Office of University Scholarships provides the Office of Alumni Affairs the parent information eligible students submitted within the scholarship application. Alumni Affairs reviews the information and confirms the parents who have life memberships in the AAA.

Who makes final selections?

The General Scholarship Committee within the Office of University Scholarships selects recipients.