There are 2 Colleges in Auburn, Alabama, serving a population of 61,462 people in an area of 59 square miles. There is 1 College per 30,731 people, and 1 College per 29 square miles.
In Alabama, Auburn is ranked 53rd of 776 cities in Colleges per capita, and 50th of 776 cities in Colleges per square mile.
Find Auburn, Alabama colleges and universities, such as state, community, public, and private colleges, universities, and technical schools.
Auburn University: College of Veterinary Medicine 1500 Wire Road Auburn, AL
Edward Via College Of Osteopathic Medicine - Auburn Campus 910 South Donahue Drive Auburn, AL
Auburn Colleges are institutions that offer post-secondary education through a range of degree or vocational programs in Auburn, AL. Although there are distinctions between the two, the term College in the United States is typically used to refer to both Colleges and Universities. The National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) reports that there are more than 4,700 post-secondary degree-granting institutions in the U.S.You may contact Colleges & Universities for questions about:
Find Auburn College Enrollment, Educational Attainment (Age 25+), and Field of Bachelor's Degree for 1st Major. Data Source: U.S. Census Bureau; American Community Survey, 2018 ACS 5-Year Estimates.
|College/Grad School Enrollment||22,209 (70.7%)||28,572 (51.6%)|
|Some College, No Degree||5,808 (19.1%)||22,166 (23.3%)|
|Associate's Degree||1,935 (6.4%)||8,541 (9.0%)|
|Bachelor's Degree||9,348 (30.8%)||18,645 (19.6%)|
|Graduate/Professional Degree||7,850 (25.9%)||13,732 (14.5%)|
|Bachelor's Degree, or Higher||17,198||32,377|
|Arts, Humanities & Others||3,681 (21.4%)||6,714 (20.7%)|
|Business||3,230 (18.8%)||6,238 (19.3%)|
|Education||2,024 (11.8%)||5,054 (15.6%)|
|Science & Engineering||6,751 (39.3%)||10,955 (33.8%)|
|Science & Engineering Related Fields||1,512 (8.8%)||3,416 (10.6%)|