How Are Classes Offered
The Seamless Program operates on two campuses, Auburn and Auburn and Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM). Students take the majority of their classes at AUM, but travel to Auburn on Fridays for a class at Auburn. Transportation to Auburn will be provided for students.
- Classes are offered throughout the day and night Monday - Thursday with one class in Auburn on Friday. Seamless students take classes with at least five other Seamless students, so you will always see a familiar face in class.
- Students are advised based on their targeted Auburn major.
- A full assortment of core classes and electives are offered on the AUM campus.
- The student-to-faculty ratio is 16:1. Classes are kept small, giving you more personal attention and allowing your professors to get to know you.
- Pending a student's math placement, developmental math course(s) (MATH 0700/07001 and/or MATH 0800/0801) may be required before a student is eligible to take a transferable core level math.
- Big campus benefits with a small campus feel gives you full access to campus life, academic support services, and on-campus housing.
Frequently Asked Questions About Classes:
- How many semesters is the Seamless Admission program? Seamless is a year long program. While most participants complete the required 30 hours in the Fall and Spring, special circumstances do require some students to take Summer classes. If you find that you are in need of taking Summer classes, we will work with you so that you can complete your coursework on either the AUM campus or at an institution near your home, pending good academic standing.
- Do you accept dual enrollment or early enrollment credits? Yes. Dual enrollment credits will be taken into account when you are advised.
- Do you accept AP or IB credit? AP and IB credit will not count towards the 30-semester hour requirement, however when you transfer to Auburn, they will accept the credit.
- What types of classes will I be taking while in the program?
English Composition I & II – 6 hours
World History I or II – 3 hours
A Science (with a lab) – 4 hours
UNIV 1003 (AUM Campus)- 4 hours
Other Courses that Could be Utilized to Complete the 30-hour Requirement:
Sociology or Psychology – 3 hours
American Government – 3 hours
Fine Arts – 3 hours
Philosophy – 3 hours
Anthropology- 3 hours
5. When do I register for classes? Registration will be reviewed at your Orientation session.