The Auburn University at Montgomery Warhawks compete in 11 NCAA Division II sports, including:
Auburn University at Montgomery
Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) is recognized by U.S. News and World Report, as well as, The Princeton Review as one of the best colleges in the Southeast. What else do we have going for us?
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|Use Category||Land Area (Acres)|
|E&G (1)||Auxiliary (2)||Other (3)||Total (4)||Other Code (See Notes Below) (5)|
|Highly Groomed (Landscaped Grounds)||121||8||129|
|Semi-groomed & Ungroomed (Unimproved/Park)||374||374|
|Pavements: Streets & Walks||11||11|
|Pavements: Parking Lots||13||6||19|
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Frequently Asked Questions
The sky is pretty much the limit! Earning a degree from AUM helps provide a strong foundation for a career in business, healthcare, science, fine arts, nursing and a lot more. Many of our 32,000 graduates are nurses, teachers, theatre professionals, historians, business executives, economists, IT managers, kinesiologists–in addition to many other job titles.
If you’re already passionate about a specific career direction, great! We can help you determine the College and the major that will help you get there. However, if you do not know what career field is right for you, we can help with valuable resources like the Career Development Center. Our career development specialists will help you assess your natural skills and interests, explore your academic options, and assist you in developing an implementation plan. This way, on graduation day you’ll be ready to hit the job market and jumpstart your career!
College is a chance to explore your career options and choose a major that could prepare you for that career. Nationally, some of the fastest-growing occupations (or job fields with the most new jobs) include:
- Financial managers
- General and operations managers
- Genetic counselors
- Health specialties teachers, postsecondary
- Information security analysts
- Management analysts
- Market research analysts and marketing specialists
- Nurse practitioners
- Occupational therapy assistants
- Operations research analysts
- Physician assistants
- Physical therapist assistants
- Registered nurses
- Software developers, applications
- Speech-language pathologists
- Statisticians Software developers, applications
Contact us to discover which of our academic programs could help you prepare for a hot career field!
(2019 data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics’ Occupational Outlook Handbook. Projection for the decade 2018-28)
Definitely! AUM Housing and Residence Life offers students benefits such as being close to classes and activities, living and learning with friends and getting involved in a diverse community. You’ll be surrounded by all of the cultural, social and sporting events that make AUM vibrant, and you can build a network of lifelong friends. Our supportive living-learning community will connect you to other students with similar academic interests and experiences.
We offer single rooms in an apartment-style high-rise with a spectacular view of campus in addition to single and double rooms in an efficiency apartment just a few steps from classrooms.
Yes. You can earn one of 18 degrees 100% online. Or, you can take individual classes that are online or a hybrid (a combination of on-campus and online).
Yes, many of our students work full time during the day and need the flexibility of taking night classes. AUM is known for its flexible class schedules to meet all kinds of life needs, so ask an Admissions Counselor about our robust offering of evening classes.
Over the last few years, the cost of college has increased across the country. However, tuition rates at AUM, when compared to other state universities, are very reasonable. We try to keep the cost of college affordable for everyone–whether you are a recent high school graduate, a mid-life career changer or a military student.
Absolutely! We have a rich history of great sports teams and cheering on campus. The Warhawks are a big part of campus life. Auburn University at Montgomery competes in 11 NCAA Division II sports, including:
- Men’s Baseball, Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, Tennis
- Women’s Basketball, Cross Country, Soccer, Softball, Tennis, Volleyball
Your college experience will be unique, whether you are living on campus or going to school at night after work. There are many opportunities to grow, have fun and meet new people on campus. From student government to Greek life, from clubs and organizations to intramural sports, you’ll have every opportunity to pursue your passions or find new ones.
The Office of Student Involvement and Leadership Programs provides programs and resources to the student body and Auburn University at Montgomery community with the belief that learning takes place in all experiences, not just in the classroom.
Since AUM’s goal is to prepare you to be successful, our coursework can be challenging. That’s why it’s important to know that your professors and instructors have your back. Our class sizes are small, so you’ll work closely with our faculty members, many of whom have real-world work experience in their field.
There are many ways to learn at AUM, and we have resources like the Learning Center, the Instructional Support Lab and the Warhawk Academic Success Center, which serves as a one-stop shop for all of AUM students’ academic support needs.
Troy Johnson oversees Auburn University at Montgomery’s Office of University Communications. His responsibilities include management of the university’ public relations, media relations, social media and internal and external communications initiatives.
Before joining AUM in September 2018, he served as Director of Communications and Marketing for Auburn University’s Harbert College of Business and its College of Education. Over the course of his career in higher education public relations, Johnson has earned more than 40 awards from the Southern Public Relations Federation (SPRF) and Public Relations Council of Alabama (PRCA), including SPRF’s William A. Taylor Best of Show Award in 2018. He earned Senior Practitioner status from SPRF in 2019, a distinction conferred by the organization on veteran practitioners who exhibit high ethical standards.
Johnson earned a bachelor’s degree from Troy University and a master’s degree from Auburn University.
He currently serves as a board member for PRCA’s Capital City chapter and previously served on PRCA’s state board as vice president of finance. He is a member of the Public Relations Society of America and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. He is also a former board member for Auburn Opelika Habitat for Humanity.