Tiger Giving Day is a one-day program where the university is hoping to get support for 28 different projects. Because Auburn is so supportive of its student veterans, the alumni association wanted to set up a Veterans’ Endowed Scholarship to help even more of our veterans become part of the Auburn Family.
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Auburn has seen many buildings, students, alumni, and fans come and go over the years. Take a trip back to the past with this photo gallery.
Game Day Is About to Get a Lot Cooler
Now located in the Auburn Alumni Center, our game-day Alumni Hospitality Tent has a new name and location. Read more.
Game Watching Parties
Watch games with your local club and enjoy spending time with fellow alumni and friends. Find one near you at AuburnClubs.org.
Travel with the Tigers! 3 packages.
Travel with alumni and friends. Auburn vs. Kansas State, Auburn vs. Ole Miss and/or Auburn vs. Georgia. Book NOW!
Exclusive Member Tailgates
Get your own personal tailgate on the Wallace Center lawn without the worries of setting up or taking down a tent.
Auburn University will host “Tiger Giving Day,” a special 24-hour fundraising initiative, on Dec. 1. Tiger Giving Day is part of Giving Tuesday, a national day of philanthropy held on the Tuesday after Thanksgiving.
Join us every Friday before home football games at 3 p.m. at the Auburn Alumni Center. Lectures will be held in either the Goodwin Room or Galloway Atrium. Sponsored by the Auburn Alumni Association, Auburn Athletics, the Office of Communications and Marketing, and OLLI@Auburn.
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Emotional Rescue - Moose: A Lab Report After retiring from a career in explosives detection, the 7-year-old Lab has become the only dog to be re-trained by AU's Canine Performance Sciences staff as a therapy dog. As the newest member of Student Counseling Services staff, "Dr. Moose" is one of only a small handful of certified therapy dogs working at an American university, where he assists students in individual and group counseling sessions. "Glamour shot" by Jeff Etheridge. Also in this issue: The Origins of War Eagle and Funny Girl Jeanne Robertson.
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The Auburn Alumni Association serves over 43,000 members (friends and alumni) and provides programming for more than 200,000 alumni and friends world-wide. We're always looking for undergraduate and graduate students to join the team and help us build programs for all our alumni.