AUM parking decals now available

GeneralParkingDecal2014_blastYour AUM parking decals have arrived! Pick one up today and put it on your vehicle to show your Warhawk pride, and to show that your vehicle belongs on campus. General parking decals are free for all students, faculty and staff, and no vehicle registration is required. The general parking decals can be picked up at Warhawk Alley, the Cashier Office, Financial Aid, Records, and the AUM Bookstore. Faculty and staff reserved parking hangtags and stickers are available at Campus Police. Residential permits are available in the Housing and Residence Life offices.

Student services extending hours this week to help students settle in

Several offices that provide student services will extend operating hours this week to ensure that students have a chance to check out all of the ways they can get support and assistance to succeed at AUM. These offices will remain open until 6:30 p.m. all week this week, and include the Cashier Office, Financial Aid, the Registrar's Office, Admissions, Student Involvement and Leadership Programs, Accountability and Advocacy, Housing and Residence Life, the Career Development Center, and the Advising Help Desk.

The School of Liberal Arts wants to 'feed your brain' at Wednesday's Zombie Bash

ZBflyer2014_blastDon't be afraid. They just want to feed your brain. The School of Liberal Arts will serve pizza and "brain juice" at the Zombie Bash on Wednesday, 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m., in Taylor Center 230. Come out and enjoy a zombie movie, make memories in the photo booth with your favorite "fiends," and maybe even encounter a zombie or two.

Theatre AUM holding auditions for The Pulitzer Project on Aug. 18

Theater AUM will hold auditions for The Pulitzer Project on Monday, Aug. 18, at 7 p.m. at the theatre in the Taylor Center. Auditioners must prepare a monologue from a Pulitzer Prize-winning play, and may also prepare 16 bars of a song if they wish to. Performances of The Pulitzer Project are scheduled for Sept. 25-27 and Oct. 2-4 at 7:30 p.m. and Oct. 5 at 2 p.m. Read more about Theatre AUM


AUM Connected hooking readers with Big Fish fall events

BigFishConnected_blastAUMConnectedLogo_blastYou think you stretch your fish tales a little? Pick up a copy of Big Fish: A Novel of Mythic Proportions and join AUM Connected, the campus Common Reading Program, in exploring the myths and legends of the extraordinary life of Edward Bloom as told to his son. AUM Connected will host several discussions and events this fall, including a book signing with Big Fish author Daniel Wallace, a treasure hunt, and showings of the Tim Burton film based on the book. There's still time to pick up a copy and read before the first event on Aug. 22!

Visit AUM Connected for a schedule of all the fall Big Fish events

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Inaugural convocation for new AUM students set for Aug. 22

Auburn Montgomery will host its first-ever new student convocation on Friday, Aug. 22, at 10 a.m. in the Athletic Complex for all first-year, transfer, and international students that begin studies at AUM in the fall.

Grab your paddles and head to the annual Dragon Boat races on Aug. 23

DragonBoatRace2012_blastAuburn Montgomery is once again a proud sponsor of the annual Dragon Boat Races on the Alabama River, and all of Warhawk Nation is invited to come out and enjoy a day on the river and cheer AUM teams to victory. This year's teams are manned by the Confucius Institute and Outreach. The event begins at 8 a.m. on Saturday, Aug. 23, at Riverfront Park downtown, with Montgomery Mayor Todd Strange's opening remarks, followed by AUM students performing the "Dragon Dance." This is the fifth year the Dragon Boats have raced in Montgomery, and this year promises to be bigger and better than ever. The first 100 visitors to the Confucius Institute table will receive a free T-shirt! For more information contact Doris at

Mailroom will explain bulk mail, next day services at Aug. 25 seminar

The Mailroom will conduct a seminar on Monday, Aug. 25, from 9 to 10 a.m. in Taylor Center 223. Topics that will be covered include bulk mail and sending large envelopes in high volume, cost savings on normal letters, and next day air shipments.