WHY

ARE WE PROUD TO CALL THIS CAMPUS OUR HOME?

Because this is where the Auburn experience lives and thrives — in our labs, lawns, fields, and halls — and it’s our responsibility to maintain them, modernize them, and create new campus spaces and places for living, learning, and leadership.

State-of-the-art classrooms, centers, labs, and living spaces are proof positive that Auburn takes education seriously. If our faculty provide learning’s spark, our structures provide its stage.


Library Interior

VISION

Our laboratories and classrooms, artistic and collaborative spaces are Auburn’s front door, the first thing prospective students and parents see when visiting campus, and foundational elements of student success. To stay ahead of the pace of change, which increases exponentially every year, we must design spaces that can accommodate new waves of technology, that have walls that shift and can change traditional classrooms into open space that invites collaboration, or quiet space that encourages contemplation.

Mell Classroom Building
The new $35 million Mell Classroom Complex, a 69,000-square-foot addition and renovation to the existing Ralph B. Draughon Library, will transform teaching and learning at Auburn by offering modern, flexible problem-based learning spaces, 40 new and renovated group study rooms, 29 active learning classrooms, and two large lecture halls.


TOTAL FACILITIES SUPPORT GOAL

$178.2
Million

Percent to goal: 75%

Your Giving to Auburn Has Real Impact

The Solon Dixon Forestry Education Center — made possible through the largest gift of land in Auburn’s history — PROVIDES AUBURN STUDENTS AND VISITORS A DIVERSE 5,300-ACRE WORKING FOREST.

Auburn’s Department of Mechanical Engineering received a new home in the STATE-OF-THE-ART WIGGINS MECHANICAL ENGINEERING HALL through a significant gift from Dwight Wiggins Jr. in honor of his father.

Because monumental achievements

REQUIRE EXCEPTIONAL SPACES.

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