COVID-19 information from Auburn University

COVID-19 Information

Auburn University is closely monitoring the emergence of COVID-19 and consulting with public health officials to ensure the safety of the university community. This page will be updated regularly and highlights the latest statements or guidance from the university.

Auburn to offer Summer 2020 classes remotely; Summer Study Abroad Programs Canceled

Latest Update

Mar. 27, 2020

Following the postponement of Auburn’s spring commencement ceremonies due to the COVID-19 outbreak, spring graduates will have the opportunity to participate in summer commencement when the university combines its spring and summer ceremonies on August 8-9, 2020.

As the nation continues to battle the coronavirus, faculty at Auburn University have emerged as go-to experts on the front line of a variety of COVID-19-related topics. Our researchers are proactively sharing their expertise in healthcare, the economy, community and education, helping those in the state of Alabama and beyond navigate the landscape inflicted by this deadly disease.

Auburn launched a resource website today that features several of our faculty experts’ take on a variety of COVID-19 concerns. All in our community are encouraged to use this new site as a helpful aid through these unprecedented times.

Last updated: March 27, 2020