In 1943, George Petrie wrote down what he believed to be the ideals of the Auburn Family. Little did he know that his Creed would become one of Auburn’s most sacred doctrines. These values, such as hard work, patriotism, kindness, and mutual helpfulness, remain true in Auburn men and women today. Creed Week is a program created by SGA to highlight the history and spirit of the Auburn Creed. Each day of Creed Week will be dedicated to a set of lines from the Creed and celebrated through events and activities that will encourage the Auburn Family to “Live the Creed”. Through an array of partnerships between SGA and other groups across campus, we hope that the program will demonstrate what it truly means to “believe in Auburn, and love it!”
This year is the 76th year of the Auburn Creed. Join us for celebrations of the Creed, its spirit, and its meaning to the Auburn Family.
In 2021, Creed Week will be shifting to Creed Day! Please stay tuned for more information on the event details for the spring.