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Register 2015 Orientation

New Student Orientation will help you to develop the skills to meet the challenges of college. Because you probably have many questions about AUM and college life in general, we have planned an orientation program especially for you. At orientation you can—

  • Confirm your class schedule or register for classes. 
  • Learn more about student services and activities.
  • Learn about academic support services and campus life.
  • Take campus tours.
  • Meet upper-class students who will assist you in beginning your college experience.

All first-time freshmen and transfer students are required to attend. All new students will be charged a $125 non-refundable fee. This fee will automatically be added to your student account.

All Math and English Placement testing should be taken the week before your scheduled orientation. However, the Math Placement Test Center will be open at 11:25 a.m. during Orientation.

Register for Orientation Today

Saturday, April 25, 2015

Tuesday, May 13, 2015 - Summer Orientation

Friday, May 29, 2015

Friday, June 12, 2015

Friday, June 26, 2015 - Transfer, Non-Traditional and Veteran Students

Pre-Orientation Checklist

Apply for Admissions -

Please keep up with S Number

Send your final transcript to AUM

Take the Math and/or English Placement Test 

Register for Orientation through 

All students are assessed $125 for orientation. It is important that you register and attend your orientation session, even if you were pre-advised.

Remember, there is a two guest limit for orientation. Family members are welcome to attend Family Weekend held each February during Homecoming and join the AUM Family Connection. For more information, please contact the office of Orientation and Transitions, 334-244-3157.

Apply for Housing and stock up on towels and XL Twin Sheets for your residence hall apartment

Check your AUM email account regularly as it is your main source of communication with campus during your time at AUM

Get connected with Auburn Montgomery and AUM Orientation on Facebook 

 Follow AUM Orientation on Twitter and Instagram

 Use the hashtag #AUMOrientation and #WarhawkPride on Instagram and Twitter

Think of questions to ask your SWOT Team leader and academic advisor

Contact the Office of Orientation and Transitions if you are interested in attending SPARK Camp, extended orientation, after Orientation,

Enjoy the moment, because YOU'RE A WARHAWK!

 What to bring to orientation?

  • Photo ID
  • University Acceptance Letter and SNumber
  • AUM Email Username and Password
  • Comfortable Walking Shoes

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Successful Warhawks Orientation and Transitions Team

The SWOT Team is composed of 40 AUM Student Leaders on a quest to make your AUM Orientation experience a success. The selection process and trainings are intense, but the work is fun!. The SWOT Team competes annually at SROW, the Southern Region Orientation Workshop.

SWOT Team Mission

The mission of the SWOT is to facilitate AUM campus knowledge to incoming freshmen, transfer and international students, both traditional and non-traditional, thus reinforcing the decision to attend AUM while reminding the that the college experience is what you make of it. SWOT provides a diverse and educational environment for incoming students by being ambassadors for AUM's student population., as well as introducing students to college life by fostering the spirit of AUM in the community.


Eight returning members of the SWOT Team make up the FORCE. The FORCE leads the SWOT Team and assist with the SWOT Team Combat Friday trainings. Additionally, the FORCE plays an important role in AUM's preparation for SROW.

2015 SWOT Team group photo

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SPARK Camp - AUM's Extended Orientation
Email for more details!