Upperclass students who are members of a Panhellenic Council sorority may live with other sorority sisters in Magnolia, Willow or Oak Halls in the Village South neighborhood. Each sorority is allocated about 40 bed-spaces for its members and the sorority’s leadership decides who has priority to live in their chapter housing.
The Education to Accomplish Growth in Life Experiences for Success (EAGLES) program is a comprehensive transition program for students with intellectual disabilities. EAGLES participants live in Tiger Hall during the academic year.
During the 2020-21 academic year, Auburn University will offer one Living Learning Community and three Residential Learning Communities (RLC) options for students living on campus. Residential Learning Communities are available to first-year students in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering, the Discover Auburn: Out of State LC, and the Be Well LC. First-year members of the Honors College may live in the Honors College LLC. Please see the living learning communities page for more information.