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Located in Alabama’s vibrant state capital, Auburn University at Montgomery is a fast-growing university on the rise. Don’t just take our word for it: The Princeton Review rates us as one of the best colleges in the Southeast, while U.S. News & World Report recently ranked us No. 22 among regional universities in the South for the quality of undergraduate teaching and 38th among all public institutions in the region.
More than 40 percent of our classes include fewer than 20 students and with a student-to-faculty ratio of 17:1, you’ll be actively engaged in the classroom and embraced as a member of a diverse and close-knit campus community.
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Ross Dickens, who has served as dean and professor of finance at the University of Tennessee at Martin’s College of Business and Global Affairs since August 2013, will assume the deanship of Auburn University at Montgomery's College of Business on July 1. Dickens will succeed Rhea Ingram, who will return to a faculty role after serving as dean since August 2011. Read more for details
Despite making up nearly half of the world’s population, women represent less than 10 percent of law enforcement personnel worldwide. That’s a statistic that needs to change, according to Auburn University at Montgomery criminal justice Prit Kaur, particularly as police globally wrestle with cybercrime and exploitation of women and children. Read more for details
Theatre AUM students have participated in the regional Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival since 1982, but this year marked a breakthrough with several students earning honors for directing, acting and costume design. "This is the Oscars for college theatre," said senior Marcus Godbee, who earned finalist honors for directing. Read more for details
Auburn University at Montgomery has been named to the 2019-2020 Military Friendly Schools list by militaryfriendly.com. The website surveys and rates universities on such factors as academic policies and compliance, admissions and orientation processes for active duty military and student veterans, culture and commitment to support military students, financial aid and assistance and career outcomes. Read more for details
Nursing major Lama Alshami has found her involvement in a variety of campus organizations to be valuable as a way of learning about "different backgrounds, cultures and traditions." Originally from Jordan, Alshami has been an active member of the campus community through the Muslim Student Association, International Student Association, Indian Student Orgaization and Association of Latin American Students. Read more for details
This event is exclusively for 2019 first-year students and their immediate families. Are you ready to take flight? Kickoff to College represents your entry onto the runway. Meet your future classmates, get to know AUM's academic staff and support staff, check out housing accommodations, learn about Greek life and student organizations and get a bird's eye view of life as a Warhawk.
9:30 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. on April 11 at the AUM Athletics Complex.
Activities will include stories from Holocaust survivors and a survivors Q&A session. Admission and parking are free and open to the public. The program is ADA-adapted.
Based on a true story, the 2015 movie starring Helen Mirren and Ryan Reynolds will serve as a Holocaust Memorial Day feature. Maria Altman (played by Mirren), with the help of her nephew (played by Reynolds), seeks to regain the portrait of her aunt painted by Gustav Klimt in 1907 and plundered by the Nazis in World War II.
The Career Development Center is coming to a location near you! Our Staff will be available to assist you with:
Career advising,resume/interview preparation, job/internship searches, and more!
The Next Road Show Stop: Library Tower, 1st floor. Tuesday, April 16, 10AM - 2PM