University Career Center
The University Career Center (UCC) is the centralized career center of Auburn University and include of Co-op Program. Serving all undergraduate and graduate students, along with alumni up to five years after graduation, the UCC's mission is to help all students make a successful transition through college and beyond. The UCC also works closely with the Career Service Network to ensure all students and all employers navigate the job search process smoothly.
Harbert College of Business
Office of Professional & Career Development
The Harbert College of Business Office of Professional and Career Development (OPCD) helps students assess and develop their business professional skills, focus their interests and leverage their talents to find a career that is the perfect fit.
Samuel Ginn College of Engineering
Career Development and Corporate Relations
Auburn Engineering is committed to educating engineers who can solve the world's greatest challenges. This commitment includes a passion for elevating the college to the next level of academic and research performance and making discoveries that impact the quality of life for people everywhere.
College of Liberal Arts
As a part of Auburn University, a land-grant institution, the College of Liberal Arts encourages civic engagement, emphasizes global perspectives, promotes diversity, and prioritizes public outreach. Students' learning isn't limited to a classroom but developed through international programs, community projects, and other excellent CLA initiatives.
College of Architecture, Design, & Construction
More than 1,600 students from around the world are enrolled in the CADC. Our rigorous and nationally-ranked programs are firmly rooted in Auburn University’s land grant mission. Through carefully integrated industry partnerships, study abroad experiences, research initiatives, outreach activities, and leadership opportunities, our accomplished and dedicated faculty will nurture, challenge, and mentor you.
College of Agriculture
Auburn University's College of Agriculture strives to prepare the next generation of scientists, business leaders, community leaders, and policymakers through high-quality instruction to solve societal problems related to food, fiber, energy, the environment, and human health and well-being.
Last modified: August 4, 2020