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        Camp War Eagle

        Camp War Eagle is Auburn's 2-day orientation program for all incoming freshmen. On the second day of your chosen Camp War Eagle session, you'll attend a group advising session in the Harbert College of Business, plan your fall schedule, and sign up for fall semester classes. 

        To prepare for your time with us, review the Pre-Business requirements — the set of course requirements that all business students must meet. 

        Items to know before camp

        • Dual enrollment/Transfer credit: Incoming freshmen can see how their dual enrollment/transferred course will articulate at Auburn University.  Visit http://www.auburn.edu/administration/registrar/transfers.html#coursesByState to access the AU Transfer Equivalency Table.

        • Federal Veteran’s Affairs benefits: Harbert College of Business students who will be receiving Federal VA benefits (not state benefits) toward the cost of their education should email oaa@auburn.edu prior to their scheduled Camp War Eagle session to let us know.  (Use subject line ‘CWE-Federal VA’.)  This will help us prepare your needed VA certification paperwork.

          For more information on your Federal VA benefits, visit http://bulletin.auburn.edu/Services/Academic/veteranscenter/

        • Special Accommodations for Lowder Hall: Camp War Eagle students or their guests who need special accommodations while visiting Lowder Hall for academic advising (day 2 of Camp War Eagle) should email oaa@auburn.edu prior to their scheduled Camp War Eagle session. (Use subject line ‘CWE-Accommodations’.)  This will help us ensure that you have everything you need while visiting our building.

        • Register for Camp War Eagle: Incoming freshmen must register for Camp War Eagle at http://fye.auburn.edu/cwe/register/Full details regarding Camp War Eagle can be found at http://fye.auburn.edu/cwe/

           

        What to Bring

        Incoming freshmen should bring

        • Transcripts from other institutions (if applicable)
        • Summer course schedule (if applicable) 
        • Backpack or large bag
        • Light sweater or jacket (the buildings can be cold)
        • A comfortable pair of shoes (there’s a lot of walking)
        • A small umbrella
        • Sunscreen

        While it is not recommended that students bring laptops or tablets since items may be left unsupervised, parents and guests may want to bring a device for academic advising scheduled for the 2nd day of camp. This is not a requirement, but some guests may find it useful in case they want to access online information.