Student Involvement lines up eventful summer

The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs has a got a summer filled with fun and food planned for students, faculty and staff. Check out these great opportunities to hang out and get to know your AUM community a little better:

  • Wednesday, May 28 - Welcome to Summer Semester Mixer
    • Noon - 1 p.m., Goodwyn Hall breezeway. Free Nancy’s Italian Ice!
  • Tuesday, June 10 - Ice Cream Social
    • 3 - 5 p.m., AUM Bookstore lobby
  • Thursday, June 26 - World Cup Bar-b-que Viewing Party
    • 11 a.m. - 2 p.m., Warhawk Alley Courtyard
  • Wednesday, July 23 - Karaoke Party
    • 3 p.m. - 5 p.m., Warhawk Alley

AUM students eligible for Auburn football season tickets

AuburnTicketBackground_blastAuburn Montgomery students are now eligible to purchase 2014 Auburn University season football tickets and cheer on the Tigers as they defend their Southeastern Conference championship. To purchase tickets, head to and follow the instructions. Contact the Auburn Ticket office with any questions concerning the purchasing process.


AUM Connected wants pictures of you reading Big Fish

AUMConnectedLogo_blastConnected, AUM's Common Reading Program, is sponsoring the "Picture Me Reading" contest to spotlight AUM's dedicated readers. Take a picture of yourself reading Connected’s 2014-15 common reading selection Big Fish, by Daniel Wallace, and you could win a prize! Photos may be taken in any setting but must be tasteful and appropriate for posting on Connected's Facebook page. Be creative! Connected will post all photos as they are received, and the deadline for submissions is Aug. 1. Email all photo submissions to Dr. Lee A. Farrow at Winners will be determined by the AUM Connected committee and the number of "likes" received. Like "AUM Connected" on Facebook to stay informed about upcoming Connected events.

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. All faculty are encouraged to attend and participate in the procession (without regalia) to symbolize the importance of the AUM academic experience. Additionally, all offices that are able to close should plan to do so in order to attend. More information will be sent in the coming months. If you have any immediate questions, contact Tyler Peterson at