At Auburn, we roll up our sleeves and put knowledge and discovery to work – work that fuels Alabama’s economy and cultivates healthier more prosperous communities. It’s who we are, and who we’ll always be.
This is Auburn at Work across Alabama.
Auburn At Work Across Alabama
An initiative called the +Add Milk! Healthy Fluid Milk Incentive will be working simultaneously in Alabama and California, allowing shoppers...
Auburn University’s Warrior Research Center (WRC) has joined forces with the Auburn Police Department to redefine officer wellness – with the WRC focusing on the...
Auburn's Impact Across Alabama
Education that works
Auburn trains the teachers, nurses and health care professionals that nurture healthier, more productive lives.
We develop the scientists, engineers, architects and entrepreneurs who drive innovation and build vibrant communities.
Whatever a student aspires to be, whatever impact they want to make, it starts at Auburn.Learn More
Extension & Outreach
We’re proud of our land-grant roots and our presence in all 67 counties. Through Outreach and Extension, we partner with community leaders across the state to solve local problems and provide access to opportunities that benefit all.
Extension’s research-based programs, materials, educational activities and programs address societal challenges and opportunities
Access to Rural Health care
Alabama Cooperative Extension, Auburn Outreach and the Auburn colleges of Pharmacy, Nursing and Human Sciences partner to launch an OnMed Care Station to provide rural Alabama residents access to affordable care.Learn More about the OnMed Care Station
Our research doesn’t stop in the lab – it’s being put to work by Alabama agriculture and forestry. It’s reimaging cybersecurity to make our world a safer place. It’s defining artificial intelligence, machine learning, next-generation manufacturing and quantum computing. And it’s powering Alabama’s space industry to once again take Americans back to the moon.
We’re not just learners, we’re doers.Learn More about Auburn Research