College Guide: Auburn University at Montgomery


Find Your Passion Here

Across Auburn University at Montgomery’s 90+ undergraduate and graduate degrees, you’ll gain detailed knowledge and hands-on, practical experience — often from professionals in the field. You’ll also find pathways to new and exciting careers and advancement through AUM’s unique programs. You’ll find your passion at AUM: From innovations such as Alabama’s one-of-a-kind Virtual Avatar Lab for a cutting-edge learning experience to original research like The Logan Project’s NSF-funded work toward accessible STEM learning and careers for students with disabilities.

You’ll learn and build strong professional and social connections in AUM’s collegiate environment. In addition to the University Honors Program, AUM offers 8 honor societies. Living and Learning Communities allow students with similar academic interests to build support groups for long-term academic and personal development. Students can choose from more than 60 student clubs and organizations, including Greek Life, academic and special interest clubs, intramural sports, and Study Abroad.

AUM believes quality education should be affordable. In addition to traditional freshman scholarships, AUM also offers Opportunity Scholarships, Military & Dependent Scholarships, and, new for 2019-20, First Responder Scholarships for Fire/EMS, Police and Corrections personnel.

We’ve got spirit, too! The AUM Warhawks hold more than 25 national championships across the university’s 11 sports. AUM is a full member of the NCAA Division 2 Gulf South Conference.

Ranked among the South’s top universities by U.S. News and World Report and recognized as one of the best colleges in the Southeast by The Princeton Review, AUM is also recognized among the Best Online Colleges in Alabama, is a designated Military Friendly School, and is consistently chosen as the best university in the area. Learn how AUM is providing more opportunities to access a world-class education at aum.edu/opportunity.

 

To find out more about Auburn University at Montgomery, visit aum.edu or call (334) 244-3615.

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