Auburn University

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One of the best engineering programs in the country.

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Former Employee - Research Assistant, Undergraduate in Auburn, AL
Former Employee - Research Assistant, Undergraduate in Auburn, AL

I worked at Auburn University part-time (more than a year)

Pros

You're surrounded by incredibly smart individuals.

Cons

As with any other university....the pay is low unless you are a tenured professor.

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    Auburn University is great place to study and live

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    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee
    Current Employee - Anonymous Employee

    I have been working at Auburn University

    Pros

    I'm an industrial and Systems engineering student, there are excellent faculty team with strong academic background. Cheaper live cost compared to big cities

    Cons

    Small town and hard to find a job if you are a foreign students. GRA salary is low in ISE department.

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    Wonderful community. An example of the South at its best.

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    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Auburn, AL
    Current Employee - Graduate Research Assistant in Auburn, AL

    I have been working at Auburn University part-time (more than a year)

    Pros

    I will miss my time here at Auburn after I graduate. The culture here is very friendly and laid-back, and there are plenty of opportunities to connect with employers in the Southeast region. Also, since Auburn is a small town, it's very easy to live close to school, shopping, restaurants, and other places if interest -- minimizing driving time.

    Cons

    Auburn becomes a ghost town in the summer, and especially during school breaks. There's not much to do during this time, unless you want to drive to Atlanta. Also, as a research assistant, you're not going to make very much salarywise, but Auburn will waive your tuition as part of your compensation.

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