Student Involvement and Leadership Programs | AUM

Student Involvement and Leadership Programs

Get involved on campus and make your experience at AUM even more memorable!

The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs provides programs and resources to the student body and Auburn Montgomery community with the belief that learning takes place in all experiences, not just in the classroom. We are dedicated to creating meaningful, co-curricular campus activities for students organizations that strive to instill a sense of community, develop leadership skills, increase appreciation of diversity, and develop character. Experiences and connections with these organizations benefit students far beyond campus into their personal and professional lives.  

Our vision is for our student clubs and organizations to be unified with a dynamic skill set that will support them mentally, physically, spiritual, psychologically and socially.

We are excited to provide our students with five areas of engagement:

Curriculum Related Clubs
These organizations are affiliated with an academic departments on campus. They are always centered around a particular course of study.

Honor Societies
Our honor societies recognize a level of achievement in any one field. Membership requirements vary depending on societies.  The relationship of academic success and student engagement are rooted in our AUM honor societies. 

Fraternities and Sororities
Fraternity and Sorority Life is a community of AUM men and women who represent the five pillars of Greek-lettered organizations.  Leadership, community service, scholarship, brotherhood/sisterhood, and philanthropy are the foundation of each chapter. 

Special Interest 
These groups offer a variety of opportunities for students to interact with other students, faculty and staff who have similar interests.  They usually cater to a specific focus to which students find a connection to campus.  

These organizations are based on beliefs and fellowship in various practices of spirituality. Some are non-denominational while others have an emphasis on a particular denomination.