AUBURN
GLOBAL

International Accelerator Program

Undergraduate Accelerator 

  1. Prospective and current students of the Auburn Global Undergraduate Accelerator at Auburn University should read these terms and conditions carefully prior to submitting an application. If you are admitted to the Undergraduate Accelerator, you will be bound by these terms for the duration of your Program. In addition to these terms and conditions, as a student at Auburn University (“AU”), you will be bound by the rules and regulations governing AU, as those may be amended from time to time. These rules and regulations may be found at: auburn.edu/studentaffairs/policies.

  2. AU and Auburn Global reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions from time to time. By accepting these terms and conditions, you acknowledge and agree to comply at all times with the then-current terms and conditions, found at www.auburnglobal.org/terms-and-conditions.

  3. Application 
    Students may apply to the Undergraduate Accelerator Extended Accelerator Program (“EAP”), Academic Accelerator Program (“AAP”), or Integrated Accelerator Program (“IAP”), or to the Pre-Sessional English Program (“PSP”) (collectively the “Programs”). If you apply to any of these Programs, be sure to use the application that is specific to the Program you select. Each application contains terms & conditions governing the specific Program and you acknowledge that by submitting an application, you agree to the terms and conditions of your respective Program. Links to applications can be found here: www.auburnglobal.org/apply

  4. Transfer Credits 
    Students applying to the Undergraduate Accelerator with post-secondary college credits are subject to additional requirements. You must disclose any post-secondary college credits at the time of application. If you have taken credit-bearing university-level courses after the completion of high school you must meet the current secondary school required GPA requirements (U.S. equivalent of a 2.5 GPA) as well as a 2.5 average GPA for all post-secondary
    college credits, regardless of whether or not you wish to transfer that credit to AU. Students with more than 64 credits of transferrable credits are not eligible for the Undergraduate Accelerator. Vocational and ESL studies are not considered during the transfer admissions review process. Transfer credits are articulated after the completion
    of the Undergraduate Accelerator and under no circumstances will transfer credits apply to the Undergraduate Accelerator. All accepted transfer credits will only apply toward academic years 2, 3, and 4. The cumulative GPA of your eligible transfer credits will affect the calculation of your overall GPA during your tenure at AU and Auburn Global. You acknowledge that AU and Auburn Global make no representations and cannot guarantee that post-secondary college credits will be accepted.If you have fewer than 30 post-secondary college credits, your application for admission to the IAP will be assessed according to AU’s freshman transfer requirements. If you have more than 30 post-secondary college credits, your application for admission to the IAP will be assessed according to AU’s transfer student admissions requirements.

  5. Admission 
    If you are admitted to the Auburn Global Undergraduate Accelerator at AU, you will receive a written offer letter with details and instructions on accepting the offer, paying the Program deposit, and arriving on campus.

  6. Tuition and Fees Payment 
    Following payment of the deposit, you must pay the remaining outstanding balance shown on the Undergraduate Accelerator invoice by the following posted payment deadline of the Program and semester in which you will enroll:

    > >Academic Accelerator>December 23,
    2016>April 27, 2017>August 22, 2017
    Intake Semester Integrated Accelerator Pre-Sessional English Extended Accelerator
    Spring 2017 December 23,
    2016
    December 23,
    2016
    December 23,
    2016
    Summer 2017 April 27, 2017 April 27, 2017 April 27, 2017
    Fall 2017 August 4, 2017 August 4, 2017 August 22, 2017

    You are responsible for paying the full invoice amount, including any banking or processing fees. Auburn Global has the right to amend prices due to University actions, governmental actions, or other events beyond its control.

  7. Failure to Pay
    Failure to pay by your applicable posted payment deadline may lead to penalties, including late fees, inability to gain access to campus housing and use of a meal plan, and a hold on your account that will prevent you from enrolling in classes. Pursuant to section 21 of these terms and conditions, we will be required to report you to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) if you are unable to enroll due to nonpayment of tuition and
    fees and you may lose immigration status.

  8. Cancellation, Change, Curtailment, or Withdrawal
    You will only be eligible for a deposit refund if you submit documentation of visa denial with written notification to Auburn Global prior to the move-in date. If you cancel your enrollment prior to your Program move-in date (see the table below for the move-in date applicable to you), you may request a full refund of your deposit, tuition, and fees, less any non-refundable fees. Should you choose to cancel your enrollment prior to arrival, please notify Auburn Global by emailing admissions@auburnglobal.org. After the start of the Program, you may be eligible for a partial refund only if a written request is submitted to Auburn Global within the first 15 days of class for the Fall and Spring semesters and within the first 5 days of class for the Summer semester. Refund request forms can be obtained in the Auburn Global office. After the no-refund dates listed below, the program fee for the entire duration of the program is nonrefundable. Students who cancel after they arrive on campus but before the no-refund dates listed below are subject to a $100 resignation fee.

    After the start of the Program you may be eligible for the partial Program refunds listed in the table below. After the no refund dates listed below, all tuition and fees for the entire duration of the Program are nonrefundable. 


    No-Refund Dates:
    >
    Intake Semester Integrated Accelerator Pre-Sessional English Extended Accelerator Academic Accelerator
    Spring 2017 February 1, 2017 February 1, 2017 February 1, 2017 February 1, 2017
    Summer 2017 May 24, 2017 May 24, 2017 May 24, 2017 May 24, 2017
    Fall 2017 September 8, 2017 September 8, 2017 September 25, 2017 September 25, 2017

  9. Refunds
    Auburn Global will only make refunds in U.S. dollars, minus bank transfer and processing fees, and will make such refunds in the manner in which Auburn Global was originally paid and to the account of the party or parties who made such payment(s). All refunds will be made to eligible parties within 45 days of a written request. Refund request forms are available in the Auburn Global office.

  10. Airport Transfers
    Requests for airport transfer service should be made at least two weeks in advance of arrival by visiting http://www.auburnglobal.org/welcome. Airport transfers are available for your initial arrival on campus for flights arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). Auburn Global cannot guarantee a reservation for a request made less than two weeks in advance of your designated move-in date. If your flight is cancelled or delayed, you must call the emergency telephone number +1 (334) 246-1665 to inform Auburn Global staff of the new arrival date or time. Airport transfers are nonrefundable.

  11. Housing Accommodation and Meal Plan
    You are required to commit to a reservation in approved Auburn Global housing for the full duration of your program. Payment for housing is due in full two weeks prior to the move-in date (see the table in Section 25 for your applicable move-in date). Later notification or failure to notify Auburn Global may result in additional costs. If you are unable to live on campus, you must submit a Housing Waiver Form to Auburn Global when you send your
    official acceptance to the Undergraduate Accelerator offer letter. The requirement to live in Auburn Global housing will be waived only in extenuating circumstances. Housing refunds will not be granted for cancellations made after the move-in date of your Program. You must also purchase and enroll in a meal plan for the duration of your Program. The cost of a meal plan is nonrefundable.

  12. Health Insurance
    All international students studying at AU are required to be covered by health insurance that meets the U.S. government, State of Alabama, and AU requirements. Not all services are covered, and the student is responsible for any outstanding balances for noncovered services.

    a. At the time of application, you are required to purchase coverage from an Auburn Global-designated health plan as a condition of enrollment.

    b. Prior to orientation you must have completed a Student Health Center Mandatory Immunization Form documenting proof of immunity to measles (Rubeola), mumps, and German measles (Rubella) [MMR]; one diphtheria/tetanus booster within the past 10 years; two doses of varicella (chicken pox) vaccine; series of hepatitis B vaccine; polio vaccine (if under the age of 18) and the meningoccocal vaccine. Mandatory immunization forms may be obtained here: www.auburnglobal.org/prearrival. You must have completed immunization documentation prior to class registration in order to enroll in any courses.

    c. The cost of health insurance is nonrefundable.

  13. Academic Resources
    All books and learning materials must be purchased upon arrival at AU through the AU bookstore or other recommended sources.

  14. Vacation, Holidays, and School Closures
    Undergraduate Accelerator students must adhere to the AU Academic Calendar for holidays and vacations. Classes will not be held on designated school vacations and may be cancelled on public holidays. Auburn Global will not make reimbursements for classes not offered due to holidays, vacations, or school closures due to emergencies.

  15. Consecutive Semesters
    You must complete your Program in consecutive semesters. Depending on your start date, a summer semester may be included in your Program and is therefore required.

  16. Absences
    Failure to meet attendance requirements may lead to penalties, including loss of immigration status and deportation. You will not receive a refund if you lose immigration status due to class absences.

  17. Program of Study
    Upon arrival on campus, you will be required to take an English language assessment test. The results of the assessment test are used to determine placement in the Program that is appropriate for your skill level, which may be different from your intended Program. If your assessment test score does not meet the criteria for your intended Program you will not be able to enroll in that Program. As a result, the length of study may be longer than originally anticipated, and involve additional costs including tuition and other fees. If you choose to withdraw from the Undergraduate Accelerator because you do not wish to enroll in the Program that your assessment test results require, the refund terms contained in sections 8 and 9 will apply to you.

  18. Academic Performance
    Students are accepted to the Undergraduate Accelerator with the strict understanding that progression through the Undergraduate Accelerator and successful completion of any Program will require satisfactory attendance, successful attainment of specified progression criteria, and adherence to the AU Student Policy Handbook, which can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/student_info/student_policies/#i. To continue in the Undergraduate Accelerator, you must also be in compliance with the Auburn Global Undergraduate Accelerator academic standards and progression requirements, which can be found at: www.auburnglobal.org. You will not be allowed to proceed if you do not meet the criteria for successful completion of your Program. If you are unable to proceed, you may be offered advice on suitable alternatives, including repeating courses or dismissal from AU. These alternative options may involve additional time and costs, including tuition and other fees, which may require presenting additional proof of finances to AU’s Designated School Official.

  19. Student Conduct
    AU’s Student Policy Handbook provides a framework of standard acceptable behavior for students. You are responsible for complying with AU’s policies, rules, and regulations, which can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/student_info/student_policies/#i.

  20. Academic or Conduct Rule and Policy Violations
    You may be suspended or expelled if you violate any of AU’s or Auburn Global's policies, rules, or regulations, which may result in the revocation of your immigration status. No refund will be given in cases of suspension or expulsion.

  21. Grievance Procedures, Appeals, or Complaints
    You must follow the policy and procedures for filing complaints, grievances, and appeals in a constructive and timely manner by visiting https://sites.auburn.edu/admin/universitypolicies/Policies/StudentAcademicGrievancePolicy.pdf.

  22. F-1 Status 
    In order to maintain proper F-1 status, you must comply with all applicable federal regulations related to study in the United States, including pursuit of a full course of study. You will be in jeopardy of losing your immigration status if you fail to maintain the necessary academic standing. We will be required to report you to the SEVIS database of the DHS for any violation of your F-1 status. Your personally identifiable information, including course enrollment details and changes, and circumstances of any suspected breach by you of AU’s or Auburn Global’s policies may be shared with the DHS, AU and accrediting agencies, designated authorities, your parents, and Auburn Global staff and agents. If you intend to seek permanent resident status at any point during your anticipated tenure at AU, you must disclose such intent at the time of application. You will be dismissed
    from the Program if it is revealed that you intend to change your immigration status or if your status actually changes. No refunds will be given if you must leave the Program due to your change to improper status.

  23. Photography, Filming, and Sound Recording
    The Auburn Global Undergraduate Accelerator at AU or its representatives, affiliates, successors, and related companies may arrange to photograph or shoot video footage of students for purposes of advertising, public relations, and/or promotion in any medium throughout the world, including on social media sites and on the internet. If you do not wish to participate you must advise us in writing and state at the time of the photography
    or video shooting the wish not to participate. By accepting these terms and conditions, you are indicating your consent to use these photographs or video footage without further consent or notifications unless you follow the above opt-out requirements given previously. 

  24. FERPA
    In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), the undersigned student hereby permits AU and Auburn Global to disclose personally identifiable information, including educational records, financial information and, attendance records to the student's parent(s), guardian(s), sponsor(s), sponsorship bodies, and recruiter(s) with information pertaining to their application, academic progress, results, and attendance. These permissions will remain in effect during the undersigned student's tenure in the Undergraduate Accelerator and at AU unless the student submits a written revocation of this permission to AU’s Office of the Registrar.

  25. Force Majeure
    AU and Auburn Global will not be liable in cases where AU and/or Auburn Global is unable to fulfill any services because of fire, natural disaster, national emergency, act of government, acts of war or terrorism, failure of suppliers or subcontractors, labor disputes, or any other reasons which are beyond AU's or Auburn Global's control.

  26. Liability
    The liability of the Auburn Global Undergraduate Accelerator at AU, its operator, Shorelight- Auburn Global LLC, its parent Shorelight Education, LLC, and their group companies, their directors, officers, employees, affiliates, agents, and partners with respect to losses arising from negligence (except where such liability cannot be excluded as a matter of law), breach of contract or otherwise will be limited in all circumstances to the full amount paid to AU, Auburn Global, or the relevant group company by the relevant student for the particular Program. Such companies and persons will in no circumstances have any liability for indirect or consequential losses or damages. Any
    dispute, claim, or other matter arising will be subject to the jurisdiction and laws of the State of Alabama without regard to the choice of law rules. Any legal suit, action, or proceeding seeking to enforce any provision of, or based on any right or issues arising out of or related to, these terms and conditions, shall be brought exclusively in the U.S. District Court for the Middle District of Alabama. By signing these terms and conditions, the student consents to and accepts the jurisdictions of such courts for the purpose of any such action or proceeding and agree to waive any objection to the venue being laid therein.

    >
      Spring 2017 Summer 2017 Fall 2017
    Move-In Date All Programs:
    January 4, 2017
    All Programs:
    May 11, 2017
    IAP/PSP:
    August 12, 2017

    AAP/EAP:
    August 30, 2017
    Program Start Date All Programs:
    January 4, 2017
    All Programs:
    May 11, 2017
    IAP/PSP:
    August 13, 2017

    AAP/EAP:
    August 31, 2017

Master's Accelerator Program

  1. Introduction
    Prospective and current students of the Auburn Global Master’s Accelerator Program at Auburn University (“MAP”)
    should read these terms and conditions carefully prior to submitting an application. If you are admitted to the MAP,
    you will be bound by these terms for the duration of your Program. In addition to these terms and conditions, as a
    student at Auburn University (“AU”), you will be bound by the rules and regulations governing AU, as those may be
    amended from time to time. These rules and regulations may be found at auburn.edu/studentaffairs/policies
  1. Current Terms and Conditions
    AU and Auburn Global reserve the right to amend these terms and conditions from time to time. By signing these terms and conditions, you acknowledge and agree to comply at all times with the then-current terms and conditions, found at www.auburnglobal.org/terms-and-conditions.

  2. Application
    Students may apply to the MAP for a 1-term program, 2-term program, 3-term program, Integrated MAP, or to the ESL program (graduate pre-sessional English) (collectively the “Programs”). If you apply to any of these Programs, be sure to use the application that is specific to the Program you select. Each application contains terms & conditions governing the specific Program and you acknowledge that by submitting an application you agree to the terms and conditions of your respective Program. Links to applications can be found here: www.auburnglobal.org/apply.
  1. Admission
    If you are admitted to the Auburn Global MAP at AU you will receive a written offer letter with details and instructions on accepting the offer, paying the Program deposit and arriving on campus.
  1. Tuition and fees payment
    Following payment of the deposit, you must pay the remaining outstanding balance shown on the MAP invoice by the following posted payment deadline of the semester in which you will enroll:
>
  IMAP MAP1 MAP2 MAP3
Spring 2017 December 23,
2016
December 23,
2016
December 23,
2016
December 23,
2016
Summer 2017 April 27, 2017 April 27, 2017 April 27, 2017 April 27, 2017
Fall 2017 August 4, 2017 August 4, 2017 August 4, 2017 August 4, 2017

You are responsible for paying the full invoice amount, including any banking or processing fees. Auburn Global has the right to amend prices due to University actions, governmental actions, or other events beyond its control.

 

  1. Failure to Pay
    Failure to pay by your applicable posted payment deadline may lead to penalties, including late fees, inability to gain access to campus housing and use of a meal plan, and a hold on your account that will prevent you from enrolling in classes and progressing to AU. Pursuant to section 19 of these terms and conditions, we will be required to report you to the U.S. Department of Homeland Security (“DHS”) if you are unable to enroll due to nonpayment of tuition and fees and you may lose immigration status.
  1. Cancellation, Change, Curtailment, or Withdrawal:
    You will only be eligible for a deposit refund if you submit documentation of visa denial with written notification to Auburn Global prior to the move-in date. If you cancel your enrollment prior to your Program move-in date (see
    table below for the move-in date applicable to you), you may request a full refund of your deposit, tuition and fees, less any non-refundable fees. Should you choose to cancel your enrollment prior to arrival, please notify Auburn Global by emailing admissions@auburnglobal.org. After the start of the Program, you may be eligible for a partial
    refund only if a written request is submitted to Auburn Global within the first 15 days of class. Refund request forms can be obtained in the Auburn Global office. After the no-refund dates listed below, the program fee for the entire duration of the program is nonrefundable. Students who cancel after they arrive on campus but before the no-refund dates listed below are subject to a $100 resignation fee.

    After the start of the Program you may be eligible for the partial Program refunds. After the no refund dates listed below, all tuition and fees for the entire duration of the Program are nonrefundable. 


    >
    NO-REFUND DATES
    SPRING 2017: February 1, 2017
    SUMMER 2017: May 24, 2017
    FALL 2017: September 8, 2017

    Cancellations made prior to your Program start date but after your arrival to the United States on an AU-issued Form I-20 will be governed under the standard AU student immigration policies. Please refer to the Move-in and Program Start Date table at the end of this document for the Program start date applicable to you.
  1. Refunds
    Auburn Global will only make refunds in U.S. dollars, minus bank transfer and processing fees, and will make such refunds in the manner in which Auburn Global was originally paid and to the account of the party or parties who made such payment(s). All refunds will be made to eligible parties within 45 days of a written request.
  1. Airport Transfers
    Requests for airport transfer service should be made at least 2 weeks in advance of arrival by visiting www.auburnglobal.org/welcome. Airport transfers are available for your initial arrival on campus for lights arriving at Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport (ATL). Auburn Global cannot guarantee a reservation for a request made less than 2 weeks in advance. If your light is cancelled or delayed, you must call the emergency telephone number published in the Next Steps Brochure to inform Auburn Global staff of the new arrival date or time. Airport transfer fees are nonrefundable.

  2. Housing Accommodation and Meal Plan
    Auburn Global housing is available for graduate/MAP students but is not required. MAP students wanting accommodations must identify this interest on their admissions application or contact the Auburn Global office at least one month prior to move-in day. MAP students interested in purchasing a meal plan on campus should contact the Auburn Global Office.

  3. Health Insurance
    All international students studying at AU are required to be covered by health insurance that meets the U.S.
    government, State of Alabama, and AU requirements. Not all services are covered, and the student is responsible for any outstanding balances for noncovered services.

    a. At the time of application, you are required to purchase coverage from an Auburn Global-designated health plan as a condition of enrollment.

    b. You must have a completed a Student Health Center Mandatory Immunization Form documenting proof of immunity to measles (rubella), mumps, and German measles (rubella) [MMR]; one diphtheria/tetanus booster within the past 10 years; two doses of varicella (chicken pox) vaccine; series of hepatitis B vaccine; polio vaccine (if under the age of 18) and the meningococcal vaccine. Mandatory immunization forms may be obtained here: www.auburnglobal.org/prearrival. You must have completed immunization documentation prior to class
    registration in order to enroll in any courses.

    c. The cost of health insurance is nonrefundable.

  4. Academic Resources
    All books and learning materials must be purchased upon arrival at AU through the AU bookstore or other recommended sources.

  5. Vacation, Holidays, and School Closures
    MAP students must adhere to the AU Academic Calendar for holidays and vacations, which can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/main/auweb_calendar.html. Classes will not be held on designated school vacations and may be cancelled on public holidays. Auburn Global will not make reimbursements for classes not offered due to holidays, vacations, or school closures due to emergencies.

  6. Absences
    Failure to meet attendance requirements may lead to penalties, including loss of immigration status and deportation. You will not receive a refund if you lose immigration status due to class absences.

  7. Academic Performance
    Students are accepted to the MAP with the strict understanding that progression through the MAP and successful
    completion of any Program will require satisfactory attendance, successful attainment of specified progression criteria, and adherence to the AU Student Policy Handbook, which can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/student_info/student_policies/#i. To continue in the MAP, you must also be in compliance with the Auburn Global MAP academic standards and progression requirements, which can be found at www.auburnglobal.org. You will not be allowed to proceed if you do not meet the criteria for successful completion of your Program. If you are unable to proceed, you may be offered advice on suitable alternatives, including repeating courses or dismissal from AU. These alternative options may involve additional time and costs, including tuition and other fees which may require presenting additional proof of finances to AU’s Designated School Official’s office.

  8. Student Conduct
    AU’s Student Policy Handbook provides a framework of standard acceptable behavior for students. You are responsible for complying with AU’s policies, rules, and regulations, which can be found at http://www.auburn.edu/student_info/student_policies/#i.

  9. Academic or Conduct Rule and Policy Violations
    You may be suspended or expelled if you violate any of AU’s or Auburn Global's policies, rules, or regulations, which may result in the revocation of your immigration status. No refund will be given in cases of suspension
    or expulsion.

  10. Grievance Procedures, Appeals, or Complaints
    You must follow the policy and procedures for filing complaints, grievances, and appeals in a constructive and timely manner by visiting https://sites.auburn.edu/admin/universitypolicies/Policies/StudentAcademicGrievancePolicy.pdf

  11. F-1 Status
    In order to maintain proper F-1 status, you must comply with all applicable Federal regulations related to study in the U.S., including pursuit of a full course of study. You will be in jeopardy of losing your immigration status if you fail to maintain the necessary academic standing. We will be required to report you to the SEVIS database of the DHS for any violation of your F-1 status. Your personally identifiable information, including course enrollment details and changes, and circumstances of any suspected breach by you of AU’s or Auburn Global’s policies may be shared with the DHS, AU and accrediting agencies, designated authorities, your parents, and Auburn Global staff and agents. If you intend to seek permanent resident status at any point during your anticipated tenure at AU, you must disclose such intent at the time of application. You will be dismissed from the Program if it is revealed that you intend to change your immigration status or if your status actually changes. No refunds will be given if you must leave the Program due to your change to improper status.

  12. Photography, Filming and Sound Recording
    The Auburn Global MAP at AU or its representatives, affiliates, successors and related companies may arrange to photograph or shoot video footage of students for purposes of advertising, public relations, and/or promotion
    in any medium throughout the world, including on social media sites and on the Internet. If you do not wish to participate, you must advise us in writing and state at the time of the photography or video shooting the wish not to participate. By accepting these terms and conditions, you are indicating your consent to use these photographs
    or video footage without further consent or notifications unless you follow the above opt-out requirements. To opt out, please notify your Auburn Global student services advisor.

  13. FERPA
    In accordance with the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act of 1974 (FERPA), the undersigned student hereby permits AU and Auburn Global to disclose personally identifiable information, including educational records, financial information and, attendance records to student's parent(s), guardian(s), sponsor(s), sponsorship bodies, and recruiter(s) with information pertaining to their application, academic progress, results and attendance. These permissions will remain in effect during the undersigned student's tenure in the UAP and at AU unless the student submits a written revocation of this permission to AU’s Office of the Registrar.

  14. Force majeure
    AU and Auburn Global will not be liable in cases where AU and/or Auburn Global is unable to fulfill any services
    because of ire, natural disaster, national emergency, act of government, acts of war or terrorism, failure of suppliers or subcontractors, labor disputes or any other reasons which are beyond AU's or Auburn Global's control.

  15. Liability
    The liability of the Auburn Global MAP at AU, its operator, Shorelight-Auburn Global, LLC, its parent Shorelight Education, LLC, and their group companies, their directors, officers, employees, affiliates, agents and partners with respect to losses arising from negligence (except where such liability cannot be excluded as a matter of law), breach of contract or otherwise will be limited in all circumstances to the full amount paid to AU, Auburn Global, or the relevant group company by the relevant student for the particular Program. Such companies and persons will in no circumstances have any liability for indirect or consequential losses or damages. Any dispute, claim or other matter arising will be subject to the jurisdiction and laws of the State of Alabama without regard to the choice of law rules. Any legal suit, action or proceeding seeking to enforce any provision of, or based on any right or issues arising out of or related to these terms and conditions, shall be brought exclusively in the United States District
    Court for the Middle District of Alabama. By signing these terms and conditions, the student consents to and accepts the jurisdictions of such courts for the purpose of any such action or proceeding and agree to waive any objection to venue being laid therein.

  16. There is no financial assistance available to Auburn Global Master’s Accelerator Program students. This includes graduate assistantships, scholarships, etc.

Move-In and Program Start Dates:

  SPRING 2017 SUMMER 2017 FALL 2017
Move-In Date January 4, 2017 May 11, 2017 August 12, 2017
Program Start Date January 5, 2017 May 12, 2017 August 13, 2017