Backgrounder

Established in 1967, Auburn University at Montgomery is an SACSCOC-accredited four-year regional institution located in Montgomery, Alabama. Our full- and part-time faculty and staff serve approximately 5,000 students. Through it’s five colleges — Arts and Sciences, Business, Education, Nursing and Health Sciences, and Public Policy and Justice — AUM offers 33 baccalaureate degrees, 20 master’s degrees, six educational specialist degrees, and one joint doctoral program with Auburn University. The Princeton Review consistently ranks AUM among the best colleges in the Southeast, and our College of Business’s AACSB accreditation puts it in the top 1% of business schools worldwide. 

AUM at a Glance

Legal Name: Auburn University at Montgomery
Established: 1967
Classes Began: September 1969
Colors: Orange and Black (Pantone PMS 172 and Standard Black)
Mascot: Warhawks
Mascot Personality: Curtiss the Warhawk
Chancellor: Dr. Carl A. Stockton
Acting Provost: Dr. Joy Clark
Academic Units: College of Business, College of Education, College of Arts and Sciences, College of Nursing and Health Sciences, College of Public Policy and Justice

By the Numbers

Faculty: Approximately 350 part- and full-time
Students: 4,257 undergraduates, 662 graduate (229 international)
Student-teacher ratio: 15:1
Alumni: More than 30,000
Demographics 

Additional AUM data is available through the Office of Institutional Effectiveness