Academic Support Office of the Provost

Plainsmen’s Prep

UPDATE (6/15/20): As our top priority is the safety of participants, Plainsmen’s Prep will be offered as a fully online program for 2020. From August 2-11, participants will virtually interact with Auburn faculty, staff, Plainsmen’s Prep Leaders, and other participants. Therefore, Plainsmen’s Prep will not be participating in early move-in for on-campus residence halls for the fall 2020 semester.

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August 2-11, 2020*

Want an opportunity to increase your math course placement for your first semester at Auburn University?

In collaboration with the Department of Mathematics and Statistics, Academic Support offers Plainsmen’s Prep. This 10-day online experience provides qualified incoming first-year students the chance to review mathematics concepts in preparation for a math placement exam. By completing the program, students have an opportunity to potentially increase their math course level for the fall semester. 

Plainsmen’s Prep acclimates students to the rigors of the college-level academic environment. Students will virtually interact with Auburn faculty, staff, and current undergraduate students to aid in their transition, give them a head start on their success at Auburn, and build a learning community with fellow first-year students. 

Check out our video highlighting past Plainsmen’s Prep participants and their stories.  

Extended Deadline to Register for Plainsmen’s Prep: Sunday, July 26, 2020

*Due to conflicting schedules, students are not eligible to participate in both Plainsmen’s Prep and sorority recruitment, band camp, or other University courses during August 2-11.