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War Eagle! Whether you are from another state in the United States, another country, or got your undergraduate degree here at Auburn, we would like for you to be well aware of all that this institution and city can provide. Check out the sub-links to your left to help assist you in finding a place to live, transportation and more!
Here are some helpful resources for first year grad students:
Graduate Student Council is a graduate student organization that strives to fulfill the unique needs of graduate students while offering a network of support and encouragement. For more information, please visit the About the GSC page.
Beginning in February 2011, TigerMail Live serves as the official means of communication for Auburn University students. Your Auburn University User ID serves as your email address, and you may be reached at UserName@auburn.edu or UserName@tigermail.auburn.edu.
Many buildings on campus offer open computer labs for Auburn University students. You may log in with your university User ID and Password to access many (but not all) computers. Some computers are restricted to certain Colleges or other groups.
The Office of Information Technology has information on Wireless Internet Access at http://www.auburn.edu/oit/connectivity/wireless/common_topics.php.
AU students may use their university User ID and password to log into the wireless networks AU_WiFi or tsunami. Students who wish for a secured connection to tsunami are encouraged to use the Cisco AnyConnect VPN client, available at http://www.auburn.edu/download/. This removes the need to install the Cisco Clean Access Agent as well.
Questions about information technology and Tigermail at Auburn can be answered by calling the OIT HelpDesk at (334) 844-9400, or visiting http://www.auburn.edu/oit/help_support/helpdesk.php.
See the Graduate School site for information about your position at http://www.grad.auburn.edu/ps/guidelines_ga.html. GTA/GRA information is department dependent, so see your department secretary for more information.
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|Financial Aid||203||(334) 844-4634|
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The Tiger Transit main page is located at http://www.auburn.edu/administration/parking_transit/transit/. Each bus is tracked via GPS and can be found on the online map at http://auburn.transloc.com/.
On campus, parking is restricted to certain zones. Information on ordering parking permits may be found at http://www.auburn.edu/administration/parking_transit/parking/. Most graduate students are only eligible for C-zone parking, shared by most students on campus. Others are eligible for B-zone passes. You can visit to the Parking Services office in a portable building near Allison Laboratories. Parking is always available; however, lots are often at a distance. In town, most of the parking is metered at $.25 per hour from 8 AM to 5 PM Monday through Friday and free the rest of the week.
There is a fantastic interactive Campus map on the Auburn University page at http://www.auburn.edu/map/.
Information concerning travel around the Auburn/Opelika area and to/from nearby airports is available at http://www.auburn-opelika.com/travel/frmTravel.aspx.
Student IDs can be obtained in the TigerCard Office inside of the Auburn University Student Center. The cost is billed directly to the Bursar Bill.
Required identification and forms are listed at http://www.dps.state.al.us/DriverLicense/Forms.aspx. Non-International students can go to the Driver's License Office located at 611 S. Railroad Avenue in Opelika. Important: International students must travel to Montgomery to receive an ID or Driver’s License. More information about drivers' licenses can be found by calling the Driver's License Office at (334) 742-9986 or by going to the Alabama Department of Public Safety site.
The shuttle known as the Express 85 shuttle brings students from the Atlanta Airport to the city of Auburn. Visit http://www.express85.com/ for more information.
The Auburn University Medical Clinic's website may be found at http://www.auburn.edu/au_medical/.
Visit http://www.grad.auburn.edu/Graduate_Student_Insurance/insurance-Graduate.html for information on the graduate student insurance program.
The Auburn University Bookstore can be found on campus in the first floor of the Haley Center. There are other bookstores which sell textbooks around campus as well. Many textbooks are available for cheaper online at websites such as Amazon.
There is an Apartment Guide on the web at http://www.auburnapartmentguide.com/. Also, there are hard copies available free of charge located in blue bins next to newspaper stands around town.
Another helpful resource is My Apartment Map, which may be found at http://www.myapartmentmap.com/colleges/al/auburn_university_main_campus/.
Information on utilities can be found on the Graduate School website at http://www.grad.auburn.edu/ps/orientation.html#8.
On-campus employment options are available at http://www.auemployment.com.
Another employment resource for Auburn students and graudates is Tiger Recruiting Link.
You can call the Foy Information Desk at (334) 844-4244 to ask virtually any question regarding school or otherwise. The Quick Links reference on the Graduate School website, http://www.grad.auburn.edu/, is also very useful as is the Graduate School’s Frequently Asked Questions page.
Created On: Dec 10, 2010
Last Updated: Jul 27, 2015