War Eagle! To best serve the needs and interests of our alumni, we simplified our Auburn Alumni Association membership structure. All graduates will remain General Members, with no monetary contribution required, and Life membership will continue as is. We will no longer offer annual membership, but we will continue to honor and service those who already paid annual memberships through the end of their terms. See our FAQ below for more information.
Life membership options are below, or you may continue to support the Auburn Alumni Association by giving in other ways.
Existing Life Installment Member
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Why are you making this change to annual membership?
This change allows more people to give to an area of Auburn that they are passionate about. Not requiring annual membership will allow you to support whatever Auburn project might be most important to you, from the EAGLES program to wheelchair basketball to your local Auburn Club. Visit here to make your 100% tax-deductible gift.
What benefits will be continued?
Annual and Life members will continue to receive existing benefits, including exclusive access to events, issues of Auburn Magazine and the university’s Ralph Brown Draughon Library resources.
Life members will continue to receive scholarship eligibility for their children.
I'm currently paying toward my Life membership. What does this mean for me?
You will continue your payment plan, but you are also welcome to pay off your balance or your next installment by visiting aub.ie/installment. Email email@example.com for membership details as needed.
Can I still support the Auburn Alumni Association?
Yes! There are so many opportunities to support the alumni association through scholarship or program support. See your options.
What is a General Member?
All Auburn University main campus degreed graduates are General Members of the Auburn Alumni Association, with no membership contribution required. General Members have access to the online Auburn Magazine, are members of their local Auburn Club and receive regular updates from the Auburn Alumni Association. General Members may upgrade to a contributing membership to receive enhanced benefits.
I need to update my contact information. How do I do that?
Visit alumni.auburn.edu/update or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I’m a life member, and my spouse wants to join. Can he or she be added?
Spouses may be added to an existing paid life membership for $325. Visit www.aub.ie/installment to make this payment.
I'd like to give an association membership as a gift. How do I do this?
Gift memberships are available for purchase online (see all membership types above) or by calling 334-844-2960. We’re happy to send the membership packet to either you or the recipient.
I'm looking for an old friend. How can I find his or her contact information?
Our free Auburn Alumni Directory app is available for download in the Apple App Store, Droid store, or for use with a desktop computer. This secure app allows you to search for friends and network with other alumni in your field. Visit www.alumni.auburn.edu/app to read more about the app.
Additionally, you may look up friends in our printed alumni directory, which is published every five years. Directories are able for viewing at the Auburn Alumni Center. To order a book for yourself, call 800-877-6554. Due to privacy laws, we cannot release personal information on individual alumni without their permission. We may be able to facilitate connections between individuals, however. For details, email email@example.com.
Are there scholarships available for children of Life members?
Children of fully paid life members may be eligible for alumni scholarship assistance, provided they meet certain academic criteria. Parents must be fully paid life members by February 1 of the students incoming year. Visit www.alumni.auburn.edu/scholarship for more details or call 334-844-2995.
I agreed to pay five annual installments to complete my life membership. I have missed a payment. What should I do?
Payments are due the same month each year, and payment reminders are sent via mail, email, and phone calls. After a payment is 30 days late, your membership status is inactivated, and you no longer receive membership benefits. To reopen your membership, you will need to pay any past-due installments to update your payment schedule. Installment payments that were made over five years ago cannot be credited toward a new life membership.
A relative recently passed away. Who should I notify as regards his or her membership status?
Email our records department at firstname.lastname@example.org. Memberships are closed after a person’s death and are not transferrable.
We've had a birth in our family! How do I contact Auburn Magazine to submit a birth announcement? Can I receive a Tiger Cub Certificate?
To submit a birth announcement to Auburn Magazine, send an email to email@example.com containing the parents’ names, place of residence, the child’s full name and date of birth. Parents must be members of the Auburn Alumni Association to receive a Tiger Cub certificate; to request a certificate, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
I am not an Auburn University graduate—may I still join the association to support Auburn?
Yes! We have more than 4,000 non-graduate members.
I graduated from Auburn University Montgomery. Can I join the Auburn Alumni Association?
Yes! You may join AUM’s association, the Auburn Alumni Association or both.