Build the National Pan-Hellenic Council Legacy Plaza
The NPHC Legacy Plaza will celebrate Black Greek letter organizations at Auburn, recognizing and representing their achievements and rich history on campus.
Sustainable Aquaponics Systems for Students
Purchase new systems for Auburn Aquaponics' tanks and enable food production and undergraduate agriculture jobs here at Auburn.
Help Student-Led PR Agency Shape Tomorrow’s Professionals
Give future public relations’ professionals the opportunity to run their own PR agency on Auburn’s campus.
Get the Jule Collins Smith Museum in Motion
Take art to the people with a mobile museum, and share JCSM's collections throughout the community.
Honor a Trailblazer and Diversify the Student Body
Help Auburn diversify its student body and honor a trailblazing Auburn Tiger by supporting the new Dr. Josetta Brittain Matthews Memorial Endowed Scholarship.
Decode Auburn Oaks’ DNA
Sequence the genome of the original oak trees at Toomer’s Corner and make them a worldwide scientific reference for their species.
Provide Personal Protective Equipment for Community Service
Purchase personal protective equipment for Honors students to perform hands-on volunteer work through their hallmark service programs.
Never Stop Learning with OLLI
Fund exciting public programs that serve Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) members and help extend our reach into the community.
Increase Diversity and Inclusion in Geosciences
Accelerate Auburn Geosciences’ diversity, equity, and inclusion efforts by supporting the recruitment of diverse, top-notch graduate candidates.
Recruit Top Talent to Auburn’s Wheelchair Basketball Team
Attract top talent to Auburn and fund athletic scholarships for future Auburn Adapted Athletics student-athletes, making an out-of-state education possible.
Enable Access to Services for Children with Autism
Alleviate financial burdens for families seeking services for children with autism.
Together We Will Scholarship
Support a robust, diverse enrollment of Auburn students and enhance access, affordability, and academic quality by giving to the Together We Will Scholarship.
4-H - Teach and Train with Hands-on Food Sourcing
Reduce food waste, educate Alabama’s youth on food sources, and promote healthy living through the Alabama 4-H Science School’s curriculum.
Save Historic Auburn Videos
Digitize 200+ video recordings of research and student life from the 1970s through the 1990s before the tapes degrade.
Purchase New iPads for Needed Health Screenings
Help Auburn nursing students conduct TigerChecks—free, comprehensive health screenings—for pre-K through high school students with 20 new iPads.
Enrich the Engineering Classroom with New Voices
Foster vital and valued diversity in the Samuel Ginn College of Engineering by expanding the Academic Excellence Program (AEP).
Drive Auburn to the Indy Autonomous Challenge
Help the Autonomous Tiger Racing Team participate in the world’s first head-to-head, high-speed autonomous race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway.
Support Minority Students in Natural Resources and Agriculture
Provide Auburn agriculture and forestry and wildlife sciences students with invaluable professional development opportunities, recruitment support, and mentors.
Invest in Harbert Financial Management Leadership
Outfit the forthcoming Harbert Financial Leadership Collaborative's investment lab and prepare students for successful careers in financial services.
Inspire the Next Generation of Engineers
Create a pipeline of future engineers and connect Auburn faculty and students with local K-12 students.
Continue the Fight Against Breast Cancer
Deliver online cancer genetics education seminars and virtual study enrollments with The Gene Machine and provide genetic screening and counseling.
Blast Off Safely With The Rocketry Association
Purchase long-term reusable safety equipment for the Rocketry Association.
Secure Drones for Hands-On Learning in the Black Belt
Through summer academies, students in grades 6-11 in Alabama’s Black Belt region will construct and program drones, building their STEM-career readiness.
Transport Detection Dogs to Puppy School
Help Auburn detection puppies get to school with a new, custom-built dog transportation trailer.
Preserve the History of Bloody Sunday
Create a digital recreation of “Bloody Sunday” as part of the preservation of the history of the Civil Rights Movement.
Solving Hunger with Technology
Establish mobile, healthy food hotspots where students can assist vulnerable populations in ordering groceries at accessible locations.
Give Geospatial and Forestry Students Industry-Standard Equipment
Update obsolete equipment for geospatial and forestry students with the purchase of four new Total Stations, the industry-standard technology for surveying.
Develop and Deliver Adaptive Physical Fitness Programs
Make exercise programs accessible for individuals with disabilities, and provide participants with the equipment to complete personalized training sessions.
Send Alabama Students to World Affairs Youth Seminar
Help Alabama high-school students overcome financial barriers to attending the World Affairs Youth Seminar (WAYS) Camp to learn about global politics.
Give to the Student Alumni Association Annual Scholarship
Partner with the Auburn Student Alumni Association (SAA), Auburn’s largest student organization, and provide annual scholarships to rising seniors.
Plant Trees in New Equine Pasture
Plant live oaks in our new equine pasture to provide natural shade all year long.
Expand Play Therapy to Children and Youth
Enable at-risk youth to experience comprehensive after-school programming that includes needed support services.
Support Scholarships for Veterans
Make the education of our student veterans possible through direct scholarship support, and address gaps that VA benefits do not cover.
Build a New Aviary for Raptors
Construct a new rehabilitation enclosure for raptors at the Southeastern Raptor Center and give some 300+ raptor patients a new home.
Deliver Math Boot Camp for Veterans
Help veterans overcome the biggest hurdle when returning to school: rusty math skills, and deliver COSAM’s intensive workshop to refresh these skills.
Bring Essentials to Assisted-Living Residents
Provide the materials for Harrison School of Pharmacy’s (HSOP) students to prepare and distribute care packages for residents in assisted-living facilities.
Take the Music Outdoors
Install a full set of Rhapsody VibraChimes on the grounds of the Gogue Center.
Help Families in Need and Reduce Food Waste
Provide more food to families in need and reduce food waste on campus by helping Campus Kitchen purchase a blast chiller to save unserved food.
Plant a Sustainable Landscape at the Kreher Preserve
Establish an educational and environmentally sustainable garden landscape for the KPNC's new Environmental Education Building.
Spring into Science with Jr. Mad Scientist Outreach Events
Spark science interest in schools and help Graduate Women in Science deliver science demos and provide take-home supplies to students at no cost to attendees.