Tuition, Fees, & Scholarships
Auburn University tuition and fees may vary slightly from year to year. Please view Admissions: Money Matters for the most up-to-date tuition costs. For those students seeking Financial Aid please view Student Financial Services.
As a professional school, the Harbert College of Business charges a professional fee in addition to the standard university fees. This fee ensures that Harbert College students have the best available career guidance and placement services.
All undergraduate students enrolled in the pre-business curriculum as well as those who have declared a major within the Harbert College will be charged the professional fee. Students seeking a business minor will not be charged this professional fee. Rates are as follows:
|Class Standing||Fall and Spring
(29 or fewer semester hours)
(30-59 semester hours)
(60-89 semester hours)
(90 or more semester hours)
The college has proposed a professional fee increase of 10 percent with future changes tied to university tuition rates to ensure students continue to receive high quality career guidance and placement services. If approved by Auburn University's Board of Trustees, the 10 percent increase would take effect in Fall 2016.
For questions regarding the professional fee, please contact:
Dr. Norman H. Godwin
Associate Dean for Academic Affairs
In addition to those scholarships awarded at the University level, the Harbert College of Business awards scholarships to undergraduate students. For the 2015-2016 academic year, we awarded over $720,000 in undergraduate scholarship
dollars to over 460 students. The average scholarship award is $1500, with a range
With the exception of the School of Accountancy scholarships, all college-wide and departmental undergraduate scholarships are awarded in the Spring for the following academic year. Most awards are eligible for renewal annually provided the student continues to meet the scholarship criteria and reapplies each year. Any student wishing to apply or reapply for a Harbert College scholarship must complete the university application through the Auburn University Scholarship Manager (AUSOM). Students completing that application are considered for all Harbert awards for which they are eligible. Successful students are notified of their award in early April.
Frequently Asked Questions
Answer: Incoming freshmen accepted for admission to Auburn University and enrolled and transfer students must apply through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager (AUSOM) to receive consideration for university-wide and Raymond J. Harbert College of Business scholarships. AUSOM’s online features and benefits allow students to search, review requirements, apply and accept awards for available scholarship opportunities, all within one easy-to-use site.
Answer: No. While many of the college’s scholarships do require a student to demonstrate financial need, there are also many that simply require the student be enrolled in the Harbert College and excel academically.
Answer: All Harbert College scholarships are donor funded, which means that the scholarship criteria varies according to the preferences stated by the donor. Criteria may be as simple as a current student in the Harbert College with a 3.0 GPA or as specific as a student from a particular town, high school or academic major. In short, scholarships are matched to the students who most closely fit the criteria for each individual scholarship.
Answer: All applicants are notified in April if they have received an award. The scholarship is credited to the recipient's account 10 days before the start of fall semester.
Answer: The application for Harbert College scholarships can be found at the Auburn University Scholarship Manager (AUSOM) website.