Summer Incentive

Interested in taking classes at AUM for a semester and transferring them back to your home institution? 
Recently finished high school and want to kick-start your college career by taking a class before you go full-time this fall?   

AUM has a great selection of classes, both online and on campus, to help you make efficient progress towards your degree and a new summer incentive scholarship to make giving AUM a try this summer easier than ever.

If you are a current AUM student looking to take a class at another institution, please see your advisor for the appropriate form.

AUM Summer Incentive Scholarship

Will this be your first time taking a class through AUM?  If so, we’ve got a special scholarship just for you—the AUM Summer Incentive scholarship.  Whether you plan to take classes at AUM this fall, or are just stopping by for the summer, if you have never been enrolled at AUM you will receive $100 off each credit hour this summer on core classes —that’s about $300 per course!  No extra paperwork necessary—just follow the steps below and we’ll handle the rest.

Come Stay With Us!

Want to move in early or live on campus this summer?  We have a deal for you!  Save $300--nearly 25%-- off summer residence hall rates if you are coming to AUM for the first time.  Learn more about our state-of-the-art residence halls and see where you can stay!

Important Dates

  • The deadline for transient students to apply for summer full session or summer session 1 is May 30, 2017 and June 27, 2017 for summer session 2.
  • Full summer and summer session 1 classes begin Wednesday, May 31, 2017.
  • Summer session 2 classes begin Wednesday, June 28, 2017.
  • Transient Student online registration is on April 28, 2017 from 8:00 a.m – 5:00 p.m. only.  After that time, you should contact the Office of the Registrar at 334-244-3125 or records@aum.edu or fill out the manual class registration form.

Get Started On Summer!


Choose Your Path

  1. Fill out a streamlined transient application. There is no application fee. 
  2. Provide AUM with one of the following:
    • High School Transcript (can be unofficial) & ACT Score
    • Proof of admission to a post-secondary institution
  3. Mail your document(s) to:
    Auburn University at Montgomery
    Office of Admissions
    PO Box 244023
    Montgomery, Alabama 36124 
  1. Fill out a streamlined transient application. There is no application fee. 
  2. Provide AUM with one of the following:
    • High School Transcript (can be unofficial) & ACT Score
    • Proof of admission to a post-secondary institution
    • College Transcript (can be unofficial) 
    • Transient authorization form from your current college or university (NOTE:  if you are currently seeking a degree at another institution, it is recommended that you speak with your advisor to determine any requirements at your home institution.)
  3. Mail your document(s) to:
    Auburn University at Montgomery
    Office of Admissions
    PO Box 244023
    Montgomery, Alabama 36124 

If you have already applied to AUM and plan on attending in a different semester, please update your anticipated entry term on your application by completing the Application Update Form or contact our Office of Admissions at admissions@aum.edu or 334-244-3615.

  1. Fill out an undergraduate application. There is no application fee. 
  2. Send us the official transcript(s) from each college or university you’ve attended (which should be mailed directly to AUM by each institution).
    Auburn University at Montgomery
    Office of Admissions
    PO Box 244023
    Montgomery, Alabama 36124 

    Transfer Student Requirements: Transfer students must have completed 24 or more hours of college level credit at a regionally accredited institution(s) with at least a 2.00 on all GPA hours (all graded hours) from all colleges or institutions attended. If you have fewer than 24 credit hours of transferrable work, you will need to meet the minimum admission requirements for entering freshmen.  Check out STARS for information on what classes transfer.

Some graduate programs, including those offered in our College of Education and our College of Business, and the Master of Liberal Arts, are included in this special summer offer.  Please contact the advisors in your specific college of interest for more information and details.  

College of Education
College of Business
Master of Liberal Arts

What to expect after you complete your paperwork

After your information is received, you should expect a letter notifying you of your admission. That letter will include your login information to register for your class(es) on April 28.  Here's how to register for classes:

  1. Visit MyAUM (my.aum.edu) and select “First Time Users”. To login, you will need your student ID number and primary PIN number from your letter.
  2. Once you are in MyAUM, select “Webster Registration System” from the left side navigation. The registration PIN number required to register your course(s) can be found in your letter.  
  3. Register for your course(s) by following the Webster Registration step-by-step instructions.

Missed the April 28 registration?  No worries!  Register for class by filling out this form.


Frequently Asked Questions

Yes!  A streamlined application for transient students is available at www.aum.edu/apply.  Make sure you select “Transient Application”.

In addition to filling out an application, transient students will need to include one of the following:  1) high school transcripts showing completion 2) proof of admission to an institution of higher education 3) a college transcript (can be unofficial) or 4) a transient authorization form or letter of good standing from their current institution (usually from your advisor or registrar’s office).

It is important that you meet with your advisor at your home institution (the college/university that you intend to graduate from) to determine the class that is right for you. 

Transient students typically are coming to AUM to take class(es) for one semester and transferring those credits back to their “home” institution (the college/university that they plan to graduate from). Transfer students permanently leave their current institution with the goal of finishing their degree at AUM and graduating from AUM.

Current AUM students who would like to take a class at another institution should meet with their advisor to complete a Transient Student Form (available from your advisor) and then follow the application process for transient students at the location where they will be attending.

All class offerings can be viewed on our Dynamic Schedule available at: https://senator.aum.edu/prod/bwckschd.p_disp_dyn_sched. Finding the class you want is easy. Simply select the desired term and enter one or more subject areas. Searches can be further narrowed by using the available filters including schedule type (e.g. lecture, internet, hybrid), preferred days/times, part of term, and instructors.

Questions?

Contact the Office of Admissions at 334-244-3615 or admissions@aum.edu.