We are made up of graduate students, undergraduate students, post-doctorates, faculty, and staff that share an interest in insects, arachnids, and other arthropods.
Inviting college students into a growing relationship with Jesus Christ & His Church. Inspiring and equipping them for a lifetime of Christ-centered Evangelization, Discipleship, and Friendships in which they lead others to do the same.
Fencing club is a simple organization comprised of members who want to enjoy a vigorous sport while improving at the same time.
A group designed to learn and engage in film as an art form.
The First Year Experience Office is here to help entering freshmen and transfer students easily transition to Auburn through our two orientation programs (Camp War Eagle and SOS), First Year Seminars, Learning Communities, and the Auburn Connects Program.
The art and sport of fly fishing is quickly growing and highly addicting. This is a new club, being created in hopes of not only bringing together current fly fishermen (and women), but also to create more interest in fly fishing as a whole.
Flying Tigers is a non-profit organization that supports Auburn students participating in Aerospace studies.
The Food Science Club is open to any student with an interest in food science. Its objective is to foster professional development of its members, promote the study of food science, and represent Auburn University at food science related events.
For the Bees is dedicated to raising awareness of the growing bee epidemic and funds for the Honeybee Conservancy, a non-profit organization made in response to the bee crisis. They engage in education, outreach, support research & build bee habitats.