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List of Auburn University people

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This list of notable Auburn University people includes alumni, faculty, and former students of Auburn University.

Each of the following alumni, faculty, and former students of Auburn University is presumed to be notable, as he or she has received significant coverage in multiple published, secondary sources which are reliable, intellectually independent of each other, and independent of the subject. See: Notability on Wikipedia.

Academia

Architecture, design and construction

Arts and humanities

Athletics

Athletic coaches

Business and economics

Government and politics

Religious leaders

Military

Science and engineering

Notable students who attended but did not graduate

Faculty

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