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• Population: 56,088 without students • Recreation: • 11 parks, 6 walking trails, 30 miles of bike paths, tennis complex, 2 swimming pools, municipal stadium, softball complex, 3 baseball complexes, soccer complex, 3 recreation centers, arts center, and more. • Chewacla State Park : 696 acres featuring a 26 acre lake, swimming, fishing, playground, picnic area, boating, cottages, bike paths, nature trails, and camping. • On Football Game-Days Auburn becomes Alabama’s fifth most populous city. • Downtown Auburn (as seen here), is the focal point of the community. It is a lively, thriving retail area with many shops, restaurants, quaint coffee shops, unique bookstores, and banks. • Several apartment units and condos are located in the downtown area and transit is provided to the University and surrounding areas.
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In 2005, Golf Digest rated Auburn-Opelika MSA the “#1 Area in America for Golf.”
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The Village • 8 Residence Halls • Configured as “super suites” shared by 4 student-athletes. • The suites consist primarily of four single bedrooms, two bathrooms and a common living/dining area.
19 different lines are offered around Auburn Students are able to follow routes live on-line with constant GPS tracking Night Security Shuttle Service 7 Days a Week 6pm – 7am
External Night Transit Monday - Friday 6:15pm – 10:00pm FREE to ALL students Over 200 on & off campus stops Regular Lines Monday – Friday 7am – 6pm
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• Founded in 1856
• Auburn has awarded more than 250,000 academic degrees.
• Enrollment for 2010-2011: 25,078 • Approximately 90% of students who • Undergraduate: 20,221 receive their bachelor’s degree are • Graduate: 3,874 employed full-time within one year after • Professional: 983 graduation. • Male: % 51 • Female: % 49 • Size: 206 Academic Buildings, 427 Total Buildings, and 1,841 Total Acres.
In 2006, U.S. Ne w s & Wo rld Re p o rt, Ame ric a’s Be s t C o lle g e s ranked Auburn University’s College of Engineering “40th in the nation for undergraduate programs and 46th in the nation for graduate programs amongst public universities.” Auburn graduates have the second highest earnings average in the SEC.
Auburn University was ranked 45th among the nation’s public universities, according to the 2009 rankings compiled by U.S. Ne w s & Wo rld Re p o rt.
Auburn University is ranked in the top 50 public institutions in the nation for providing a quality education with educational value according to U.S. Ne w s & Wo rld Re p o rt.
Auburn enrolled 133 merit scholars this summer and fall, which more than doubles last year's number of 64. In the Natio nal Me rit Sc ho lars hip C o rp o ratio n's 2009 annual report, only six public institutions nationally enrolled more than 133 scholars.
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Auburn University Athletics Department S.A.S.S. program was developed to promote, assist, and provide counsel to all student-athletes in the areas of academics, eligibility, admissions, financial aid, career counseling, and healthy behaviors.
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Auburn has finished in the top 25 in the Director’s Cup in 11 of the past 13 years.
Currently $106 million is being spent on major facility construction.
$3.5 million is spent annually on facility improvements.
Auburn is Under Armourâ€™s Flagship School
Over $18 Million for 6 years
August 2008 – May 2009 68 Volunteer Projects Completed August 2009 - December 2009 106 Volunteer Projects Completed January 2010 – May 2010 75 Volunteer Projects Completed
Promotes communication between the Athletics Administration and the student-athletes.
Voice of the Student-Athlete
Academics Career Development Personal Development Community Service
Two representatives from each team.
Beginning with the 2009-10 season, ESPN and the Southeastern Conference will enter a 15-year relationship that will make the SEC the most widely televised conference in the nation.
In 2009-10, more than 60 Auburn athletic events will be televised.
Dr. James Andrews
Dr. Michael Goodlett World Renowned Orthopedic Surgeon
Full-time Team Physician
Full-time Physical Therapist
10 Certified Graduate Assistants 13 Full-Time Certified Athletic Trainers
ALL teams have their own athletic trainer
5 Full Time Strength Coaches Safe weight maintenance â€“ in and out of season
4 Weight Rooms Individualized & Team Workouts
One of only 19 schools in the nation with a fulltime nutritionist Scott Sehnert Sports Dietitian
Easily identifiable food choices marked with a distinct symbol to make the easiest and best decision possible for optimal performance.
Student-Athletic Specific Training Table
Nutritional education & counseling Food designed to help the student-athlete recover, prepare for the next day, and maintain or improve overall health.
Sports Dietitian has direct influence on what is being offered.
Improve health & performance
Athletes can dine together and build relationships that make up the â€œAuburn Family.â€? Food choices designed specifically for the student-athletes
Nightly consultation with the Sports Dietitian for correct food choices.