The Greater Nashville Auburn Club offers scholarships each year thanks to the generosity of our members. Every time you attend an event, participate in a silent auction, or donate to our endowment, you help add one more Nashvillian to the Auburn family.
Incoming Auburn students from Nashville-are counties are eligible; all you have to do is apply through AUSOM once you have been accepted to Auburn. These scholarships are awarded by Auburn University on a variety of criteria and make a great impact on incoming students. No one from GNAC is involved with making these decisions.
GNAC Scholarship Endowment
The Greater Nashville Auburn Club Endowed Scholarship fund is part of Auburn University’s endowment, which is managed by the Auburn University Foundation. The value of the endowment is currently over $80,000, and our goal is to continue to grow it. Your gift is tax deductible and counts toward membership in Auburn donor societies such as the Foy Society, Samford Society, and the 1856 Society.
Corporate Matching :
Your employer may double or even triple your gift to Auburn University. Your employer’s Human Resources department can provide details and the matching gift form to include with your check.
Giving to the Auburn University Foundation
The Auburn University Foundation receives all charitable contributions made in support of and to benefit Auburn University and Auburn University at Montgomery. The foundation, established in 1960 and led by a volunteer board of directors, works in cooperation with Auburn University’s fundraising professionals in its Office of Development. Their combined efforts include seeking philanthropic support to enhance quality faculty and instruction, advance academic and student programs, and increase scholarships and fellowships.
The Auburn University Foundation is a separate and distinct nonprofit organization, charged by the Auburn University president to ensure all donations made to Auburn University and Auburn University at Montgomery benefit the institutions as intended, and to manage the universities’ endowments so as to provide a perpetual source of funding for their future. It is incorporated as an Alabama nonprofit corporation and certified by the Internal Revenue Service as a qualified charitable organization. Gifts to the foundation, listed in IRS Publication 78, Cumulative List of Organizations and described in Code 10(c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code, are tax deductible as permitted by law. The foundation has met certain standards and requirements of the Internal Revenue Service within the meaning of IRS Code Sec. 501(c)(3). The foundation’s Tax Exempt Identification Number is 63-6022422
Since 2006, our endowment has awarded
scholarships to local Auburn-bound students.
totaled more than
valued at more than
in scholarship awards for the 2020-2021 school year.
2020-2021 recipient >
At Auburn University, I hope to make great grades, make lifelong friends, get involved and put myself out of my
comfort zone. I would love to try new activities and find organizations to volunteer with. I plan to follow the pre-med track to go to medical school and become a doctor.
2018-2019 recipient >
"Receiving the Greater Nashville Auburn Club scholarship meant I was able to focus my academic goals with less financial pressure. It meant I was able to go to my dream school and excel academically and socially. I was able to put my full focus into Auburn and all it had to offer for me."
2020-2021 recipient >
At Auburn, I hope to fulfill my academic career, as well as establish lifelong relationships with my peers.
I hope to live
the creed and find a new place to call home.
2019-2020 recipient >
"I am filled with gratitude that the Greater Nashville Auburn Club gave me this scholarship. Attending Auburn University has always been a dream of mine, and I can not wait for these next four years. Thank you so much for this gift. War Eagle!"