Financial aid applications at Auburn University at Montgomery are reviewed on a first-come, first-served basis after receipt of all required forms. Students must complete the FAFSA, submit all required and requested documentation, meet the minimum conditions of the Satisfactory Academic Progress Policy, and meet all other eligibility requirements to be considered for a financial aid award at AUM.
Financial aid funds are available to assist students in reaching their educational goals. Students are typically awarded on a first-come, first-served basis depending upon the receipt date of their FAFSA results, the date at which all outstanding requirements are satisfied, and the availability of funds.
Students who meet the March 1 priority date are given priority consideration during the initial awarding period for limited funding programs such as the Federal Work-Study, and the Federal Supplemental Educational Opportunity Grant, and the Federal Perkins Loan programs. Award packages are created based on expected full-time enrollment and are typically awarded for the fall and spring semesters in the initial package. Grants will disburse on a prorated basis based on actual enrollment.
Effective July 1, 2011, per federal regulations (34 CFR Section 668.2), repeated coursework that falls under the following conditions cannot be included in a student’s enrollment status for Title IV Federal Aid eligibility, including the Federal Pell Grant and Federal Stafford Loans:
Federal Title IV aid will be recalculated based on the student’s adjusted enrollment status. This recalculation will be applied regardless of whether a student received aid for previous course enrollments.
A student is repeating a previously passed, three credit hour course for the second time. The student is enrolled in a total of twelve credit hours for the term. Per federal regulations, the repeated course must be excluded from the student’s Title IV enrollment status. Only nine of the student’s 12 hours can be used to calculate his/her Title IV aid eligibility. The student’s Federal Pell Grant will be reduced to reflect three quarter time instead of full-time enrollment.
A student repeats a previously passed course. The student receives an F on the second attempt. The student attempts the course for the third time. The third course attempt will not be counted in total enrollment hours for Title IV aid purposes.
A student repeats a previously failed course. The student fails the course on the second attempt. The student attempts the course for the third time. The third course attempt will count in the total enrollment hours for Title IV aid purposes.
Repeated courses will be counted as hours attempted but not earned when calculating percentage of hours completed, as it relates to the Quantitative Measure of the Satisfactory Academic Progress (SAP) Policy. Repeated courses will also count toward hours attempted when calculating the Reasonable Length of Time Measure of the SAP Policy.
Students who have been awarded federal financial aid by Auburn University at Montgomery, and who will have excess funds remaining after all tuition, fees, meals, and housing charges have been paid, may charge their books and supplies in the AUM Bookstore. Students may not charge an amount greater than the excess funds remaining after charges have been paid. This provision is only available for students wishing to purchase books from the AUM Bookstore. Students may not charge books once all financial aid for the semester has been disbursed and the student’s refund has been generated.
By accepting the financial aid award offered, students certify they have read and understand the terms and conditions outlined on their award acceptance on Webster Self Service. Acceptance also gives AUM authorization to credit to the student’s account any allowable funds for tuition, fees, and room-and-board charges resulting from enrollment at AUM.
Enrollment in a program of study abroad approved for credit by AUM is eligible to be considered for federal financial assistance under the Title IV, HEA programs. Please contact the AUM Office of Financial Aid for further assistance.
Withdrawing from or ceasing to attend all of coursework without completing more than 60 percent of the payment period or term may result in a reduction in financial aid eligibility and require repayment of a portion of the financial aid received. Please refer to the Return to Title IV Funds Policy section for more information.
Withdrawing or dropping one or more courses prior to the Financial Aid Census Date (see below) may result in a reduction or cancellation of financial aid received for the term. Please contact a representative of the Office of Financial Aid prior to withdrawing to determine the potential impact on your financial aid eligibility.
The census date is a date in time where enrollment is locked for the purpose of determining financial aid. This becomes the “official enrollment” that is used for determining financial aid eligibility for the semester. The census date occurs on the start date of the 2nd half term session each semester. This Census Date is used for all terms, including the summer session. The start date for the second half term for the semester is available on the Academic Calendar.
Adjusting your enrollment prior to the census date may impact the amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive for the semester. In some cases, reducing your enrollment prior to the census date will result in a reduction of the amount of financial aid you are eligible to receive for the semester. In this case, you may be responsible for repaying financial aid that has already been disbursed to your AUM student account. If there is a tuition refund because of dropping credits, the tuition refund will be used to reduce the balance due on your student account.
Official Enrollment Levels | If you are not sure about your enrollment, please consult the chart below: (Note: The chart below applies to all terms, including summer)
Contact the Office of Financial Aid at 334-244-3571 prior to changing enrollment to verify impact on financial aid awarded and/or disbursed.
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The international honors society in psychology.
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The pre-health honor society, Alpha Epsilon Delta, provides community service and outreach experience.
Learn to harness technology for good
Formed by the College of Business, this club is open to all students and faculty. See the aspect of mathematics outside the traditional classroom setting.
Meet people in your field and network with peers.
Meet with students to share your thoughts on programming and the latest trends.
The world needs scientists like you.
Group members form thought groups and study partnerships as they work through the rigorous coursework of their future profession. Find opportunities to serve alongside your friends like walking to end Alzheimer’s Disease. Or get fit while joining your club in the American Cancer Relay for Life. You’ll stay active in this club and make life-long relationships.
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This club brings sustainability awareness throughout the Montgomery community.
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Director, Software Engineering Institute CERT Division
Gregory J. Touhill is director of the world-renowned CERT Division of the Carnegie Mellon University Software Engineering Institute, where he leads a diverse group of researchers, software engineers, security analysts, and digital intelligence specialists working together to research security vulnerabilities in software products, contribute to long-term changes in networked systems, and develop cutting-edge information and training to improve the practice of cybersecurity.
Touhill was appointed by former President Barack Obama to be the first chief information security officer (CISO) of the United States government. Previously, he served in the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) as deputy assistant secretary in the Office of Cybersecurity and Communications. Before joining the Software Engineering Institute, he was president of Appgate Federal, a provider of cybersecurity products and services to civilian government and defense agencies.
Touhill is a 30-year veteran of the U.S. Air Force where he was an operational commander at the squadron, group, and wing levels. He served as a senior leader of military cybersecurity and information technology programs, culminating as the chief information officer of the United States Transportation Command, one of the nation’s 10 combatant commands. A combat veteran, he is the recipient of numerous awards and decorations including the Bronze Star medal and the Air Force Science and Engineering Award. He retired from the Air Force with the rank of brigadier general.
Touhill received his bachelor’s degree in political science (minor in engineering) from the Pennsylvania State University, a master’s degree in systems management from the University of Southern California, a master’s degree in strategic studies from the Air War College, and a certificate from the Harvard Kennedy School. He maintains both the CISSP and CISM certifications. He is an adjunct faculty member of the CMU Heinz College of Information Systems and Public Policy and the Deakin University (Australia) Centre for Cybersecurity Research and Innovation. A member of many organizational boards and committees and recipient of many awards, Touhill was recognized by Security Magazine as one of its Most Influential People in Security and by Federal Computer Week in the Federal 100. He is the co-author of the books Cybersecurity for Executives: A Practical Guide and Commercialization of Innovative Technologies.
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Features networking events with guest speakers and great food. Helps aspiring students who want to start their own businesses.
Focuses on providing speakers working in financial areas to provide real-world advice and connections for internships and careers.
You are likely to find the AUM Investment Club discussing the hottest investment topics from Bitcoin to Warren Buffett over pizza and drinks. Activities include keynote speakers, stock portfolio competitions, and network with local investors. AUM Investments Club encourages academic achievement and provides an opportunity to learn from professionals about the many career choices offered to business administration graduates. For more information contact the club advisor, Dr. Tewhan Hahn, at email@example.com or (334) 244-3231.
The College of Business offers 10 student clubs and organizations that are active on the AUM campus and in the River Region all year long. Through these organizations, students are continually exposed to professional opportunities and experiences offered by some of the top companies in the U.S.
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Join your friends who promote good study habits and academic success. Meet professionals in the field for networking opportunities.
Open to students and faculty who are interested in mathematics outside of the traditional classroom setting.
Hot investment topics like Bitcoin or Warren Buffett could be the theme of an AUM Investment Club meeting, where you’ll be part of the conversation over pizza and drinks. Other activities include keynote speakers, stock portfolio competitions, and networking with local investors.
Grubhub is the nation’s leading mobile food-ordering marketplace, with more than 20 million happy users! With Grubhub, you can order ahead from all AUM dining options and pick up your food. No waiting, no hassle!
Download the Grubhub app.
Select “Get Started” to set up your account
Once your account has been established select “Accounts” in the menu
Click the “Find Your Campus” button
Search for “Auburn University at Montgomery” in the search bar
Click the “Add Affiliation” button
Select the category that pertains to your status on campus
Click the “Add Campus Card” button
Enter your AUM email address and password
Click the “Sign In” button
Complete Duo authentication
Once your campus card is confirmed, click “Ok”
Select View Campus restaurants
Now you can place your order!
Navigate to the “My Grubhub” screen
Click on the “Account” icon
Select “Campus Dining”
Enter your AUM email address and password on MyAUM
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Friday | 11 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Monday – Thursday | 7:30 A.M. to 8 P.M.
Friday | 7:30 A.M. – 4 P.M.
Once you have registered, you may log in using your e-mail address and password.
– Click on Isolation & Quarantine Dining Support Venue.
– Choose a delivery location. This will be the isolation or quarantine building and room you are staying in.* Please do not enter your normal room and building assignment unless you are isolating/quarantining in that room.
– Please note orders must be placed by 11:59 pm CST the day before the delivery date.
– Please order all meals for Friday and Saturday by 11:59pm pm CST on Thursday.
– You are encouraged to order your meals up to 3-6 days in advance.
– Click continue.
– You will then be brought to the menu page.
– Please choose the meal and choices available from those listed.
– Click the add meal button.
– Repeat the above process to choose any additional meals for that same delivery time and day.
– Next click on view cart.
– Confirm your choices for accuracy. If you need to make a change please use the “Edit Order” button on the top.
– Select your payment method.
– You will see an order placed message.
– You will receive a confirmation email for your order. Please check your order for any errors.