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        Tuition & Financial Assistance

        Investing in your future is worth it. However, it’s important to know that some programs require funding through additional fees not covered in tuition payments in order to provide a high-quality learning environment that students expect. These additional amounts help to cover not only the direct costs of providing instruction and advising in these programs but also indirect costs associated with Auburn’s role as a comprehensive center of higher education for the state.


        Auburn University tuition and fees may vary slightly from year to year.  Please view Auburn University Tuition for the most up-to-date tuition costs.

        Estimated Cost of Tuition

        Professional Fees

        As a professional school, the Harbert College of Business charges a professional fee in addition to the standard university fees. The professional fee is not covered by tuition and state appropriations. 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 Semesters Summer Semester
        Freshman (0-29 semester hours) $318 $106
        Sophomore (30-59 semester hours) $318 $106
        Junior (60-89 semester hours) $637 $185
        Senior (90 or more semester hours) $637 $185

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        Scholarships & Financial Assistance

        The Harbert College of Business is honored to offer scholarship opportunities to those pursuing a degree in our college. For the 2023-2024 academic year, almost $1.5 million in scholarship funds were awarded to over 684 recipients.


        Current and admitted students can search and view scholarships, complete applications, and accept awards through the Auburn University Scholarship Opportunity Manager. 

        Scholarships and Awards


        Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) every calendar year for need-based scholarship opportunities. More info at Student Financial Services!

        Student Financial Services


        The School of Accountancy offers scholarships to high-achieving upperclassmen. Eligible students will be identified by their AUSOM application.

        Accountancy Scholarships

        Frequently Asked Questions

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        For Harbert College of Business undergraduate recruiting, visiting, and scholarships.
        Becca Grace

        Becca C. Grace

        Director of Recruitment and Scholarships