Location
Auburn, AL
Undergrads
18,449
Tuition (in-state)
$26,364 ($9,852)
Admission Difficulty
Easy
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Guys & Girls: Auburn has its share of hotties, male and female.

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Guys & Girls: Well, the guys here are usually very nice. As far as the girls, several years back Playboy rated Auburn University in the top five for having the sexiest girls.

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Guys & Girls: The girls are hot. I find it hard to comment on the guys since I am one, but I can't think of many of my friends that have a hard time finding dates.

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Guys & Girls: Let me put it this way: frat daddies and sorostitutes suck, but that's completely my opinion. There are lots of pretty faces around here-lots.

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Guys & Girls: Well, Auburn has over 20,000 students, so you see somebody different everyday. So, I'm pretty sure you'll be able to find more than 50 to your liking.

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Guys & Girls: Just like anywhere, you have different styles of people. That's what I liked so much about AU's campus. There is a little bit of anything and everything. You have preppies, fratties, hippies, punks, the poor, and the rich. People, in general, are great and friendly. Yes, the guys are hot. I was once told that AU has the most beautiful college women. The girls are really into staying in shape.

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Guys & Girls: The guys are great. Very cute! The guys are extreme gentlemen. I love how they will open doors for you (even your guy friends). I have made some of the best guy friends in the world.

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Guys & Girls: The thing about living in Auburn is that everyone is very friendly. After a while, you get used to it, and you forget that it's not this way everywhere else.

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Guys & Girls: Well the guys that I know, especially my fraternity bros, are awesome. Most of the guys are real gentlemen and respectful of everybody. There is the occasional nut, but overall, they are great. The girls are incredible. I have never seen so many wonderful, attractive, genuinely nice girls anywhere. It truly is amazing. Everybody that comes and visits notices that I have made some great girl friends down here, and they are all awesome. As far as looks, the ladies got it goin' on.

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Guys & Girls: There's a whole variety of guys around Auburn. A lot are backwoods, big, burly guys with trucks (which is not a bad thing), and then there are your typical `frat boys.' I tend to go for the in-between guys. Take your pick-you're sure to find somebody around here. As for the girls, most are hot.

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Guys & Girls: Well, I am a male and the girls here are a lot better looking than from where I come from, but then again, there are 11,000 females my age in the space of less than a square mile. Everyone I have met has been extremely friendly. Even the Yankees and the foreigners have picked up on some Southern hospitality.

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Guys & Girls: People on campus are incredibly warm and friendly. There is someone for everyone at Auburn.

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Facilities: The facilities are beautiful here. The buildings are amazing to look at. The athletic facilities are awesome, especially the baseball stadium, Plainsman Park, voted consistently as one of the top collegiate baseball stadiums in the nation. Everyone who visits the campus talks about how beautiful everything is here.

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Facilities: The facilities are great in my opinion. We could always use more and newer buildings, but I like what we have.

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Facilities: Facilities are great. The whole student union area is has been redone and expanded. It was adequate before, but now a lot bigger. Our library is huge, something like the biggest on-campus library in the nation (other than Harvard). It's pretty impressive. The Student Activities Center is great: weight room, basketball courts, volleyball, racquetball, swimming, and tennis courts. It is an extremely clean campus. Obviously, the sports facilities like Jordan-Hare Stadium and Plainsman Park (baseball) are top-notch.

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Facilities: The facilities at Auburn are awesome. Many of the buildings have been recently redone and are in great shape. All of our athletic facilities are wonderful. They take great pride in keeping it looking great.

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Facilities: The dorms on campus have been redone in the last several years, so they are really nice and not that bad to stay in. Also, our library is ranked number two in the nation, after Harvard. It is five stories tall and is full of every book, magazine, and newspaper that you could imagine. There are also computer labs on each floor and several private group study rooms. There is a small snack area in the basement where you can take a break after long hours of studying.

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Facilities: The facilities are definitely improving. Most of the buildings are older, but they are taking every necessary step to fix them up.

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Facilities: The facilities on campus are very nice. The computers are modern, and all the athletic facilities are easy to access and clean.

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Greek Life: Greek life doesn't dominate the social scene at all. It's obvious that it's there, but there is no definitive line that separates the Greeks from the Independents.

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Greek Life: You'll be aware of Greeks, but aren't looked down upon if you're not one. I did not want to join a sorority at first, but I decided to give it a try. I enjoyed it while it lasted, but I could have done with or without it. I am glad I did it, but I'm not sure that it made a huge difference in my college life one way or the other. It kind of depends on your personality, I suppose. Some people love it, some hate it; I was in the middle.

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Greek Life: I enjoy Greek life at Auburn. I have been in a sorority here, and it has really enhanced my college experience. I know that sounds cheesy, but it's true. I found that joining a Greek organization was the best way to meet people in a town where I knew no one. But, if Greek is not for you, then there are other organizations on campus to get involved in.

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Greek Life: Greek life can dominate the social scene, if you let it. I think only 20 percent of the student body is Greek, which does not seem like a lot, but they are around and especially in certain academic schools, like business. I went through rush because I wanted to see if it was for me. I suggest that you do go through it because you might like it; if not, then don't waste the money. I withdrew from rush the second day. I am glad I did, and it did not change the fun I had at school.

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Greek Life: The Greek life is pretty big, but I don't really get into that, and I still have a good time. I have some friends that are Greek, but I just can't afford to pay to make friends, if you know what I mean. You can always find a party or bar to fit in at no matter what you're into.

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Greek Life: I chose to go Greek to meet people and get involved with a group of people to hang out with and have a good time. It has been all that and more. I love my brothers like they were my own. It is a very unique thing that is hard to explain. Auburn's Greek system is a lot different from other campuses in that if you aren't Greek, then it's okay. You will not be an outcast or anything just because you aren't Greek. It doesn't matter to anybody. It's just another organization that you decided to be a part of. So, I would strongly suggest that you look into it, but if it's not your thing, then don't worry about it, because it's all cool.

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Jordan Luke
Hometown
Mandeville, LA
Major
Double major in English and Spanish
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Overall, students are very happy to be in Auburn. They love the people around them and the experiences that they get to have.

College is what you make of it. If you sit at home and don't do anything, then you won't enjoy yourself no matter where you go. With all the options you have offered to you at Auburn, you have to try to not have a good time. And with a student body that is so happy to be here, it's also hard not to get swept up in the excitement. As always, it's a good idea to visit a college or university before making a final decision. Make sure you're as happy and comfortable as you can possibly be.

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