Family & Guest Program
Family and guests are invited to participate in Parent and Family orientation at their student’s CWE session. This information-laden program runs concurrently to student orientation during both the on-campus and virtual sessions. Families and guests will have the opportunity to learn more about Auburn and the services available to their students through panel discussions, information sessions, and conversations with faculty and staff. While there are activities during the CWE session when students and families will join together, the majority of Camp War Eagle will be spent with families and students in separate programs.
The cost of the on-campus family program is $75 per guest. All fees will be charged to the student's account and are non-refundable. No additional payment is required at this time. There is no fee for a guest to participate in virtual CWE.
For frequently asked questions about CWE, click here.
General Information about Camp War Eagle
After your student registers for CWE, a registration confirmation will be sent to their Auburn email account. A more detailed confirmation packet will be available for download from the CWE website on Monday, May 2. This packet will include important materials including parking information, a campus map, lodging info, and other essential information. Please encourage your student to regularly and frequently check their Auburn email account for additional reminders.
The Auburn University Medical Clinic requires all students to turn in a Medical Information Form prior to attending Auburn. The Medical Information Form should be submitted electronically via Clearwave VacTrak. Click here for more information on this important process.
Your student had the opportunity to inform us of any accommodation needs for themselves or their guests when they registered for CWE. If they did not inform us at that time, please contact the First Year Experience at 334-844-4501. We will make every effort to accommodate you to the best of our ability.
If your student requires special accommodations, please have them contact the Office of Accessibility at 334-844-2096 or visit their website. Click on "Students" to find information about the steps to receive accommodations.
While lodging is not provided for family members attending Camp War Eagle sessions with their student, there are numerous hotels in the Auburn-Opelika area that are available during sessions.
The Hotel at Auburn University and Dixon Conference Center is offering a special introductory Camp War Eagle rate for parents, families, and guests. To make a reservation, click here, or call 334-821-8200 or 800-228-2876. Remember that there are no in-person components for virtual CWE sessions.
Auburn-Opelika Tourism has additional resources on their website as well.
Families will begin their orientation program with check-in and an opening session in which they will meet some of the CWE staff and learn more about what to expect at CWE. Throughout the CWE session, families will have the opportunity to hear from representatives from various campus offices including Student Financial Services, the AU Medical Clinic, Campus Safety and Security, Housing, Campus Dining, Greek Life, and more. Parent and Family Programs will also host a session on managing the student’s transition into Auburn.
Families will also meet with CWE Counselors in a small group setting to learn more about Auburn from a student’s perspective. The Counselors will cover information related to parking and Tiger Transit, the Tiger Card, student football tickets, and more.
Parents and students will have an opportunity to learn more about the Auburn community at our Business Fair. Representatives from various Auburn businesses will be on hand to present information and answer questions.
Families participating in the virtual CWE sessions will have the opportunity to hear from representatives from various campus offices including Student Financial Services, the AU Medical Clinic, Campus Safety and Security, Housing, and more during virtual breakout sessions. Parent and Family Programs will also host a session on managing the student’s transition into Auburn.