Orientation FAQs

We know that kicking off your college experience can feel overwhelming sometimes.  We are here to help you transition into life as a student at AUM.  Orientation is your first step to joining the Warhawk family, so it is important that you register early.

To Register For Orientation

  1. Using the S Number and AUM email address that were provided to you in your acceptance letter, login to MyAUM (mycas.aum.edu)
  2. Once logged int, visit the New Student Page. Here you'll see lots of details about orientation, including a "Click Here to Register" link.  
  3. Select the "Click Here to Register" link, fill out the required fields, and look for your confirmation.  
  4. After you register, be sure to regularly check your AUM.edu email address as it is the official method of communication from the university.

 

Other Frequently Asked Questions & Answers

Orientation FAQs

You may change your Orientation date provided that another Orientation date session is still available. There is no charge for making this change.  You can change your date by completing a simple web form. You will need your S-Number to change the date, which we can help you recover if needed.

Orientation fees cover your materials at Orientation, meals at Orientation and programming for both Orientation and events during your first year at AUM. 

If special assistance or auxiliary aids are needed to accommodate a disability, please contact the Center for Disability Services (CDS) at AUM 334-244-3631 or cds@aum.edu to discuss any accommodations at least two weeks prior to your Orientation session. 

Each student is assigned a small group based on their major or academic program. It’s in your best interest to stay with the small group that you are placed in at check-in. Don’t worry – you’ll have plenty of opportunities to see your friend again throughout the day. 

No. Orientation is designed to be a productive preview and registration experience, and you’re required to check in on time and attend all orientation events. Orientation sessions will end as soon as your registration process has been completed after lunch. 

No. Orientation day is meant to get your core classes and get a preview of AUM. You may set an appointment time to meet with your academic advisor to make any changes post orientation.