Summer Transition Program
The Summer Transition Program is a conditional admission option which provides a bridge program to full enrollment at Auburn University. You will begin classes for the Summer Session II on June 26, 2017 and conclude with finals on August 4, 2017. The summer session will focus on academic and life skills as well as an academic core class. In the fall, students will take a full course load of 12 to 15 hours which will include core classes and may include electives or introductory courses in their degree program.
Students who successfully complete at least 15 Auburn hours in their summer and fall classes with a minimum unadjusted, cumulative Auburn GPA of 2.5 will be fully admitted in the spring semester. Students who do not meet the program requirements at the end of the fall term will follow the transfer guidelines outlined in the Auburn Bulletin for students not eligible for admission upon high school graduation.
Summer Transition Program FAQs
Classes will be in Summer II session. This is the second 5 week summer term. You must be able to attend all five weeks of this session in order to be part of the program. The dates are June 26-August 4, 2017.
Students will take two courses this summer.
ENGL 1100 English Composition I (3 hours)
UNIV 1060 Success Strategies II (1 hour)
ENGL 1120 English Composition II (3 hours)
COMM 1000 Public Speaking (3 hours)
HIST 1010 World History I (3 hours)
UNIV 1150 Special Topics with Learning Strategies (2 hours)
Additional courses dependent on major (1-4 hours)
*Students are required to remain enrolled in UNIV 1150 and at least one of the other courses , but are highly encouraged to remain in all courses with the learning community.
Students will pay tuition, along with any required registration or student fees. For more information on tuition and fees or to estimate tuition cost, visit the Tuition Calculator
Fall tuition and fees are based on the number of hours the students enroll for the term.
You will be able to apply for on-campus housing once you are accepted into the program and have placed a $200.00 confirmation deposit to Admissions. Included in the “What’s Next” brochure are instructions on making the confirmation deposit. This is due no later than May 1, however access to the FALL housing application is based upon receipt of the deposit. You may choose to make the confirmation deposit of $200.00 (which is non-refundable) before May 1 in order to apply for FALL housing. Housing is based on a first come-first served basis and is subject to full capacity resulting in students being waitlisted. More information concerning housing is located on the housing website
Summer housing is handled a bit differently. Visit the Office of University Housing for more information concerning summer housing.
Summer Transition students will attend Camp War Eagle. Attendance is required. This is the time you will register for your fall courses. Students should register to attend one of the CWE Sessions 1-6. Some colleges do not participate in all CWE sessions. Be sure to register for a session for the major/college you would like to pursue. Camp War Eagle must be completed prior to the start of the second mini-term. Summer Transition students are required to meet with the program coordinator during Camp War Eagle at the designated time in the schedule.
Summer Transition students follow the same guidelines for declaring majors as traditionally accepted Auburn students.
Yes; all students taking courses on campus are required to have a completed medical form on file.
Students must earn a minimum of 15 Auburn hours with a 2.5 GPA in order to be admitted for spring term. Students not achieving the minimum requirements will not be admitted.
Transfer applicants who were not eligible for admission to Auburn when they graduated from high school must present a minimum of 45 quarter hours or 30 semester hours of college credit. All transfer students who have attempted 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours of college work must have earned a cumulative 2.5 GPA in at least 20 semester hours, or 30 quarter hours, of standard academic courses as required in Auburn University’s Core Curriculum, in addition to the overall 2.5 cumulative average. These 20 semester hours, or 30 quarter hours, must include at least one course in each of the following areas: English (college-level composition or literature), History, Mathematics – approved core mathematics for articulation and general studies (or its equivalent from other institutions), and Natural Science with a laboratory. Admission of transfer students to the university is contingent on availability of space.
Program requirements are firm and there is no option for appeal.
Students enrolled in the Summer Transition Program are a learning community for summer and fall. This learning community is designed to facilitate transition to campus and to learn about academic and campus resources that assist the student in being academically successful.
Students in the Summer Transition Program are eligible to purchase football tickets. Priority for ordering tickets is based on number of earned hours at Auburn.
Students in the Summer Transition Program are not eligible for Greek Life Recruitment until they are a fully admitted Auburn student.