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College of Agriculture

The Auburn University College of spends time finding sustainable food and energy sources for billions of people. They work the land and develop new techniques for improved growth and keep record of plants and plant growth that can benefit people with nourishment and energy.

Fundraising for the Future

Fundraising priorities include the completion of two facilities: $10 million for the Charles C. Miller Jr. Poultry Science Research and Education Center and $10 million for the Agricultural Sciences Research Building to replace Funchess Hall. In addition, the establishment of a fund for excellence will enable the dean to expand initiatives for student professional development, such as conference attendance, club competitions, and mentoring programs, as well as study abroad programs. Increasing faculty support will assist the college in engaging diverse faculty members.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Agriculture 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Agriculture 2018

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College of Architecture, Design, and Construction

Auburn’s College of Architecture, Design, and Construction is committed to preparing professionals in the design and construction industries through professional undergraduate programs in the academic areas of Architecture, Building Science, Environmental Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design and Interior Architecture and through graduate professional programs in the same. Collaboration, community engagement, innovation, global connection and critical practice are core values intertwined in all of the programs at the College of Architecture, Design and Construction.

Fundraising for the Future

The Future Studio in Mobile represents a new CADC initiative, implemented because of the aerospace and shipping industries in that area. The studio will engage industrial design, graphic design, and landscape architecture students. Continuing fundraising priorities include investments in endowed positions and recognitions to assist the college with recruitment and retention, as well as naming opportunities for the School of Industrial + Graphic Design and the School of Architecture, Planning, and Landscape Architecture.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction 2018

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Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business prepares students with an innovative yet practical education focused on career readiness. Our degree programs in accountancy, business analytics and supply chain management lead the nation, while our research centers in supply chain and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies guide the Fortune 100. The Auburn Family values tradition, yet eagerly prepares for the future. Harbert’s qualities make this business school worthy of long-term investment.

Fundraising for the Future

A top priority for the college is continued fundraising for a new building that will serve both undergraduate and graduate students. The facility will include adaptable classroom spaces, an auditorium, project rooms, labs, and other areas to meet student needs. Another focus area is creating an initial investment pool for the new Auburn Student Investment Fund, with a vision goal of $2 million. Other priorities include funding for the entrepreneurship program, which will include physical space at the Auburn Research Park, and funding for the annual TigerCage competition.

Distribution of Funds for the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business 2017

Distribution of Funds for the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business 2018

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College of Education

Auburn’s College of Education strives to build a better future for all. This includes individuals, our state, our nation, and our world. We fulfill our mission by preparing competent, committed, and reflective professionals as we engage in outstanding teaching, innovative and impactful research, and meaningful outreach. Our vision is one of transformation and includes engaging in the continuous learning necessary in a rapidly advancing world, identifying and addressing critical issues related to the education of all people, and using technology to broaden and support learning opportunities.

Fundraising for the Future

In an effort to consolidate academic units, enhance digital capability, and offer flexible space for laboratories and learning, the college is focused on raising $7 million for a new building that will better serve the needs of its students, faculty members, and staff. It also seeks to create five endowed graduate fellowships to support Auburn’s largest graduate student population. Other priorities include creating an endowed professorship to aid in engaging and retaining top faculty, and increasing need-based scholarships to lessen students’ dependence on loans or employment to pay for college.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Education 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Education 2018

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Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

Auburn Engineering has a long and rich tradition of excellence in engineering education. We are the highest ranked engineering program in the state, and consistently rank among the top institutions in the country. Our college produces more than one third of Alabama’s engineering graduates and our prominent alumni include four astronauts and Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc.

Fundraising for the Future

A top priority for the college is scholarship funding to attract the brightest undergraduate candidates and to cover new engineering student fees for need-based students. Additional priorities include funding for competitive graduate fellowships  and programmatic support to bolster student services, mentoring, tutoring, and professional development that will occur in the new Brown-Kopel Student Achievement Center. Facility priorities include the construction of a new civil engineering structures lab.

Distribution of Funds for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering 2017

Distribution of Funds for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering 2018

College of Agriculture

The Auburn University College of spends time finding sustainable food and energy sources for billions of people. They work the land and develop new techniques for improved growth and keep record of plants and plant growth that can benefit people with nourishment and energy.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Agriculture 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Agriculture 2018

College of Architecture, Design, and Construction

Auburn’s College of Architecture, Design, and Construction is committed to preparing professionals in the design and construction industries through professional undergraduate programs in the academic areas of Architecture, Building Science, Environmental Design, Graphic Design, Industrial Design and Interior Architecture and through graduate professional programs in the same. Collaboration, community engagement, innovation, global connection and critical practice are core values intertwined in all of the programs at the College of Architecture, Design and Construction.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Architecture, Design, and Construction 2018

Raymond J. Harbert College of Business

The Raymond J. Harbert College of Business prepares students with an innovative yet practical education focused on career readiness. Our degree programs in accountancy, business analytics and supply chain management lead the nation, while our research centers in supply chain and radio frequency identification (RFID) technologies guide the Fortune 100. The Auburn Family values tradition, yet eagerly prepares for the future. Harbert’s qualities make this business school worthy of long-term investment.

Distribution of Funds for the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business 2017

Distribution of Funds for the Raymond J. Harbert College of Business 2018

College of Education

Auburn’s College of Education strives to build a better future for all. This includes individuals, our state, our nation, and our world. We fulfill our mission by preparing competent, committed, and reflective professionals as we engage in outstanding teaching, innovative and impactful research, and meaningful outreach. Our vision is one of transformation and includes engaging in the continuous learning necessary in a rapidly advancing world, identifying and addressing critical issues related to the education of all people, and using technology to broaden and support learning opportunities.

Distribution of Funds for the College of Education 2017

Distribution of Funds for the College of Education 2018

Samuel Ginn College of Engineering

Auburn Engineering has a long and rich tradition of excellence in engineering education. We are the highest ranked engineering program in the state, and consistently rank among the top institutions in the country. Our college produces more than one third of Alabama’s engineering graduates and our prominent alumni include four astronauts and Tim Cook, CEO of Apple, Inc.

Fundraising for the Future

A top priority for the college is scholarship funding to attract the brightest undergraduate candidates and to cover new engineering student fees for need-based students. Additional priorities include funding for competitive graduate fellowships  and programmatic support to bolster student services, mentoring, tutoring, and professional development that will occur in the new Brown-Kopel Student Achievement Center. Facility priorities include the construction of a new civil engineering structures lab.

Distribution of Funds for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering 2017

Distribution of Funds for the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering 2018