Information for Students
A full list of available online programs and department contacts may be found at Auburn University’s online learning page: www.auburn.edu/online. Questions regarding registration, program requirements or course content should be directed to the appropriate department.
For full course descriptions and details, please visit the Courses of Instruction page within the Auburn Bulletin. For complete, real-time course lookup, please visit the Dynamic Schedule. The course schedule can provide you with both on-campus and distance course listings.
For any questions about online learning, please email email@example.com.
Distance Education students access library materials through the Internet, have access to student health and mental health services over the phone, and can access IT support services through the phone or via email from the Help Desk. Student academic advising is available over the phone and email for distance students. The Miller Writing Center offers support for student writing over the Internet. The Office of Accessibility provides accommodations for students with documented special needs. For additional help with completing coursework, students should contact their instructor who will be able to either directly assist them or point them to appropriate resources.
Tuition and Fees
The latest tuition and fees for on-ground programs is available in the Money Matters page. Graduate students pay a distance education fee per credit hour.
Students enrolled in online undergraduate programs pay the tuition and fees set by the program. For information on tuition and fees for online programs, consult the program website, or contact the program directly.
The Dietary Manager program has moved. For information on the DM program, please visit the new website at http://www.auburn.edu/outreach/opce/dm/, call (334) 844-5100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
Information for Faculty
The Distance Learning program of the Biggio Center is committed to making distance learning work for Auburn University students and students in our community enrolled in certificate and non-certificate programs. The Biggio Center team can help faculty propose a new distance learning course. There are a variety of distance courses for both undergraduate and graduate students offered each semester at Auburn University.
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Auburn University’s mission is defined by its land-grant traditions of service and access. The University will serve the citizens of the State through its instructional, research and outreach programs and prepare Alabamians to respond successfully to the challenges of a global economy. The University will provide traditional and non-traditional students broad access to the institution’s educational resources. In the delivery of educational programs on campus and beyond, the University will draw heavily upon the new instructional and outreach technologies available in the emerging information age.
The goal of Distance Learning at Auburn is to increase access to higher education for the citizens of Alabama and beyond by facilitating the creation and implementation of high-quality, interactive, credit and continuing education distance education courses and programs.