Where is Auburn University?

Auburn is a small, friendly university town in the rolling hills of east central Alabama, with a population around 60,000.

It is conveniently located along Interstate 85, less than 60 miles northeast of Alabama’s capital city of Montgomery;

about 30 miles northwest of Columbus, Georgia; and 100 miles southwest of Atlanta.

Alabama’s Gulf Shores can be reached in less than four hours.

The City of Auburn and Auburn University share a special relationship,

including partnerships such as the Yarbrough Tennis Center and the Auburn Research Park.

The famed Toomer’s Corner not only marks the spot where the city and university intersect,

 but it is a widely popular place for the city and university communities alike to gather in celebration.

Auburn residents overwhelmingly rate the city as a great place to live, work and raise children,

but don’t just take their word for it. Forbes has consistently ranked Auburn,

 on its lists for Best Places to Retire and Best Small Places for Business and Careers.

Auburn City Schools has consistently been ranked among the top public school systems in the state and nation.