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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.
Nearly 50 percent of our classes include fewer than 20 students and with a student-to-faculty ratio of 16:1, 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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RSVP by Jan. 15 for the 2019 Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Breakfast.
Join us for an action and spirit-packed schedule of Homecoming week activities January 22-26 that will be capped off by a bonfire, entertainment and back-to-back basketball games.
The exhibition Visions of the South: Self-taught, Visionary, and Outsider Art will be on view in the Auburn University at Montgomery art gallery from January 9 - February 27, 2019.
As part of Black History Month, Auburn University at Montgomery will screen a 2008 movie that represents a departure from the usual Spike Lee fare.Feburary 2, 2019 at 7 p.m..
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Geography professor Hoehun Ha and research partners examined 3,064 contiguous U.S. counties and their respective elevation levels to assess whether there is a significant link between altitude and suicide. Their study found that, for each increase of 100 meters in altitude, suicide rates increase by 0.4 per 100,000 residents. Read more for details
Auburn University at Montgomery’s accreditation was reaffirmed this week by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) for the next 10 years. Auburn University at Montgomery is accredited by SACSCOC to award bachelor’s, master’s, educational specialist and doctoral degrees. AUM first earned accreditation from SACSCOC in 1973, earning reaffirmation in 1978, 1988, 1998 and 2008. “We are quite pleased that the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges did not return any recommendations,” said Auburn University at Montgomery Chancellor Carl A. Stockton... Read more for details
Auburn University at Montgomery will welcome a new dean for its College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences in the new year. Andrew McMichael, formerly associate dean of the Potter College of Arts & Letters at Western Kentucky University, will assume the deanship on January 28, 2019. “I had a couple of colleagues who said, `You have to look at this place. There is really something going on there,’” McMichael said... Read more for details
Civil rights leader and activist Xernona Clayton, a colleague and friend of the late Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. and Coretta Scott King, will serve as the speaker at Auburn University at Montgomery’s Martin Luther King Jr. Legacy Breakfast on Tuesday, Jan. 22. The event, which is free and open to the public, will be held at 9 a.m. in rooms 221 to 223 of the Taylor Center. Attendees can register for... Read more for details
Robert Granger, a longtime Department of Chemistry chair at Sweet Briar (Va.) College, will become dean of Auburn University at Montgomery’s College of Sciences on January 15. “We are delighted to welcome Dr. Granger to Auburn University at Montgomery,” Auburn University at Montgomery Provost and Vice Chancellor Mrinal Varma said. “Dr. Granger stood out among a fantastic pool of candidates. Beyond his impressive credentials as a scholar and researcher... Read more for details