Auburn University is a large, residential public research university and land-grant institution in Auburn, Alabama. With more than 23,000 students on campus and a student-to-faculty ratio of 19:1, it offers more than 100 undergraduate majors, 90+ master's degrees and 30+ doctoral programs to its 40,000-plus alumni.
The school's top-notch business program has produced graduates like Sam Walton (founder of Walmart), Robert Woodruff (CEO of Coca-Cola) and Channing Daughters (Seagram).
While Auburn offers many different majors, you will probably want to study something in the STEM fields— science, technology or engineering. You can also major in business administration at this university. Auburn University is well known for its engineering program as well as their sports teams.
Most students live on campus (on the north side) or near downtown Auburn (on the south side). There are also apartments that are within walking distance from campus in downtown Auburn for those who don't want to live in dorms anymore but still want to be close by.