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Events & Activities for 2014  
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Get these dates on your calendar & click here to go to our Events page:

 

  • July 26 - Annual Freshman Sendoff, at Momma Goldbergs Midtown Atlanta, 2p-4p
  • Saturday, August 16, 7p - We are heading back to Turner Field for our Annual Braves outing! It's the Braves vs. the Oakland A's and we have a deal for special Auburn group seat pricing. Go to the events page for more details!

Join us at our AUBURN GAME WATCH locations in Atlanta!

Click here for details, plus helpful Auburn Game Day Links

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New Auburn Tag Design in Georgia!  
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Show your Auburn Spirit on the road with Auburn's newly designed official license plate in the state of Georgia! The "Auburn Club" license plate can be ordered at your county DMV office. It is also available in the list of "Special Interest" plates when renewing online. Click here for more information

 
 
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The Atlanta Auburn Club  
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The Atlanta Auburn Club is recognized as a not-for-profit corporation by the state of Georgia, and the club's Roy B. Sewell Memorial Scholarship Fund, Inc. holds 501(c)(3) non-profit status from the IRS. The AAC raises thousands of dollars annually to fund annual and endowed scholarships for metro Atlanta area students to attend Auburn University. The Atlanta club is a member of Auburn University's 1856 Society, which recognizes donors whose cumulative gifts total $100,000 and above. The Greater Atlanta metro area is home to more than 23,000 Auburn alumni, fans & friends....and still growing. War Eagle!

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Get Your Name Etched in Stone in Auburn

 

The next time you are in Auburn, go check out the beautiful new Alumni Walk at the Alumni Association!  The Atlanta Auburn Club was among the first group of engraved pavers in the Walk, which is at the Center's front portico facing South College Street.

AAC brick at Alumni Walk 

The Alumni Walk features brick, sandstone and granite pavers that can be etched with an inscription of your choosing. Go check it out... and join us on the Walk!  For more information Click here. And to order a paver click here. Proceeds benefit student scholarships, and purchases are tax deductible. 

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Check out THEFAMILY!  It's an App created by Auburn Tigers for Auburn Tigers. Need to find an Auburn veterinarian, lawyer or architect? Check THEFAMILY! This FREE App is available for download in the Apple and Android stores. You can search a database of Auburn Tigers listed locally by zip code, categories and keywords. 

Getting listed on THEFAMILY is also easy!  Just click the button above to join and select "Join THEFAMILY "  Complete your profile and enter the promo code ALUMNI for a $30 discount on your annual listing. Make sure you also choose ATLANTA for your local club!

We have more than 23,000 Auburn Tigers in the metro Atlanta area.  Within a 100 mile radius of downtown Atlanta, that number jumps to about 66,000 Auburn Tigers!!  
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The Auburn Creed  
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I believe that this is a practical world and that I can count only on what I earn. Therefore, I believe in work, hard work.

I believe in education, which gives me the knowledge to work wisely and trains my mind and my hands to work skillfully.

I believe in honesty and truthfulness, without which I cannot win the respect and confidence of my fellow men.

I believe in a sound mind, in a sound body and a spirit that is not afraid, and in clean sports that develop these qualities.

I believe in obedience to law because it protects the rights of all.

I believe in the human touch, which cultivates sympathy with my fellow men and mutual helpfulness and brings happiness for all.

I believe in my Country, because it is a land of freedom and because it is my own home, and that I can best serve that country by "doing justly, loving mercy, and walking humbly with my God."

And because Auburn men and women believe in these things, I believe in Auburn and love it.
-George Petrie (1945)
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Auburn in the News  
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Auburn awarding 1,150 degrees in ceremonies featuring one of the nation’s top military intelligence and cyber security experts
AUBURN UNIVERSITY- Auburn University will award 1,150 academic degrees Aug. 2 in Auburn Arena during two summer graduation ceremonies featuring addresses by retired U.S. Army Lt. Gen. Ron Burgess, Auburn University’s senior counsel for national security programs, cyber programs and military affairs. The 10 a.m. ceremony will include the colleges, schools and programs of Architecture, […]

Auburn Athletics partners with Hunger Solutions Institute in End Child Hunger campaign
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The Auburn University Athletics Department goes on the offense against hunger. Through a partnership with the End Child Hunger in Alabama (ECHA) campaign, spearheaded by Auburn’s Hunger Solutions Institute, Auburn Athletics is embracing hunger as its priority initiative. Athletics Director Jay Jacobs joined ECHA spokesperson Lt. Gov. Kay Ivey and pro-golfer Jason […]

Auburn University partners with Intelligence and Security Academy to train public officials in data security
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Training offered by the Center for Governmental Services at Auburn University will provide public officials in Alabama and throughout the country with the resources needed to secure data and protect the interests of community governments and businesses. Center director Don-Terry Veal said governments and businesses have operated under a heightened awareness of […]

Auburn student’s passion for American history, teaching, earns her a James Madison Fellowship
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – During the July 4 weekend, when most people will be celebrating the holiday without a lot of thought about the history it represents, Erica Marie Vatella will be immersed in the study of American history as she pursues her master’s degree at Auburn University in secondary social science education. Vatella was recently […]

New aviation center to strengthen Auburn University programs, boost the industry and state economy
 AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University is elevating its aviation program by establishing a center that will serve as a focal point for instruction, research and outreach and support the aviation and aerospace industries. The center will strengthen academic and research programs, recruit industry to Alabama, improve flight operations and training and collaborate with other colleges […]

Alabama 4-H receives initial $400,000 yearly gift for Centennial Youth Initiative
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Alabama 4-H has been transforming young people’s lives for more than a century. Through a generous investment by the Alabama 4-H Club Foundation, Alabama 4-H will reach more youth with improved programming through its Centennial Youth Initiative. The Alabama 4-H Club Foundation will give $400,000 annually to support CYI and the expansion […]

Auburn professor: Safe food equals a safe Fourth
AUBURN UNIVERSITY—The Fourth of July is quickly approaching, and many Americans are making plans for a cookout with family and friends. To help ensure the Fourth is a safe and carefree holiday for all, Pat Curtis, director of the Food Systems Initiative at Auburn University, is offering tips and advice for grilling and food safety. […]

Bobby Woodard named associate provost and vice president for student affairs at Auburn University
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – After a nationwide search, Auburn University President Jay Gogue has named Bobby Woodard associate provost and vice president for student affairs. Woodard comes to Auburn from East Carolina University, where he served as associate vice chancellor for student involvement and leadership. “Under Bobby’s leadership, we look forward to vibrant, robust programs and […]

Department of Mechanical Engineering recognized for excellence in education
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University’s Department of Mechanical Engineering has been selected as the inaugural recipient of the University Senate Departmental Award for Excellence in Education. The award, totaling $30,000 over three years, was administered on behalf of the Office of the Provost through the university’s Biggio Center and the University Senate Teaching Effectiveness Committee. […]

City and university collaboration to bring improvements to downtown Auburn
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The City of Auburn and Auburn University are working together to implement elements of the city’s upcoming Downtown Master Plan and several other downtown-related projects, as part of the one-year, grant-assisted Urban Sustainability Accelerator program of Portland State University. Throughout the year, city and university officials will coordinate with experts affiliated with […]

Auburn University’s fashion program earns top rankings
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Auburn University is ranked among the best fashion design, merchandising and management schools in the region and country in 2014, according to a website devoted to researching fashion schools for students seeking information about programs and careers. Nationally, www.fashion-schools.org lists Auburn as the fifth best school for fashion management, sixth for fashion […]

Auburn’s golden eagle Tiger, War Eagle VI, dies June 18 at age 34
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Famed golden eagle Tiger, a symbol of the Auburn University spirit for nearly 30 years, died June 18, 2014. At 34, she was believed to be among the oldest golden eagles in captivity. On Aug. 31, 2000, Tiger, who was also known as War Eagle VI, was the first eagle to fly […]

Finding family roots topic of OLLI at Auburn Brown Bag Lunch and Learn session June 16
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – For those interested in exploring their family history, the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute at Auburn University, OLLI at Auburn, is offering a Brown Bag Lunch and Learn program on genealogy. OLLI member and Auburn alumnus Richard Robinson will lead the program. The session is June 16 from 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. […]

Father and son tackle academics on the Plains as fellow students
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Running into your brother or sister on campus is not unusual for siblings enrolled on the Plains. Bumping into your father as a fellow student is quite rare, though, and might be considered awkward – but not for Xavier and C.J. Uzomah, a father and son duo pursuing their goals through Auburn […]

Lockaby named interim dean of Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Graeme Lockaby, associate dean of research in Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences, has been named interim dean of the school, announced today by Provost Timothy Boosinger. “Dr. Lockaby will provide excellent leadership for the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences,” Boosinger said. “He has been at Auburn for 28 […]

Auburn and Alabama business professors team up to pinpoint ideal locations for rural telemedicine health centers
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – The world gets smaller as we use smartphones, tablets and laptops to communicate each day, touching every aspect of our lives. But can that technology aid in rural areas when someone needs to make a lengthy trip to see a medical specialist? Business professors from Auburn University and the University of Alabama […]

Future trees at Toomer’s Corner will grow in a high-tech environment
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Although the exact species of trees that will replace Auburn’s famed oaks has yet to be determined, the literal foundation for their survival is nearing completion at Toomer’s Corner. The future oaks – scheduled for planting in early 2015 – will grow in a high-tech environment that will maximize their chances of […]

Auburn’s Aquaponics 101 workshop will give teachers new way to bring science into the classroom
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – “Aquaponics 101: Teaching with Tilapia and Tomatoes,” is a workshop for teachers that will provide them with a new way of introducing science and technology into their classrooms. The workshop, taught by Alabama Extension and Auburn University faculty, will be held June 9-13 at the E.W. Shell Fisheries Center at 2010 N. […]

Auburn University opens unique, world-class plasma physics research laboratory today
AUBURN UNIVERSITY — Auburn’s College of Sciences and Mathematics introduced its one-of-a-kind Magnet Laboratory and 6,000-pound superconducting magnet at an open house today. The facility, housed in the Department of Physics, will support plasma physics research for Auburn University faculty and students, as well as national and international scientists who will come to Auburn to […]

Auburn veterinary camps offer youth chance to experience profession
AUBURN UNIVERSITY – Three camps this summer will offer youth the firsthand experience of being a veterinarian, giving some of them an early insight into their chosen profession. Eighty youth will participate in three camps at the Auburn University College of Veterinary Medicine, coordinated in partnership with Auburn’s Office of Professional and Continuing Education and […]
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Celebrate Auburn's long history in Atlanta with an AAC T-Shirt! 

 

We take pride being part of the Deep South's oldest college football rivalry.  Auburn & Georgia played that first game in Piedmont Park in 1892. Auburn won 10-0! War Eagle!  Contact us for info.

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