1. Before you apply: choose a major professor
Application fees are $60 for US applicants and $70 for international applicants. Fees for both Domestic and International Applications may be paid online with a credit card, by checks, or money orders.
3. Additional application requirements
Official scores should be submitted to Auburn University Graduate School. Auburn's ETS institution code is 1005.
One official transcript of all undergraduate and any graduate credits from each school previously attended. If an Auburn University transcript, the Graduate School will acquire the transcript for you, sent directly to the Graduate School, Auburn University, Alabama, USA, 36849.
The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences expects all graduate students to have a cumulative GPA of 3.0 on all previous college work.
Once the application has been completed and the fee received, the application is transmitted to the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences to continue the acceptance process. At this time the School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences will contact you (preferably by email) with further instructions if necessary.
Once it is received, your completed application packet is forwarded to our Graduate Policies and Procedures Committee (GPPC) for their review and vote. The decision is then electronically transmitted to the Graduate School. The time frame for the vote process and notification to the Graduate School is generally only a matter of a few days. Therefore, pay close attention to any email from us to clear up any questions that may hold up the process.