We look forward to seeing you at New Undergraduate Student Convocation 2022 on Friday, August 19.
While a convocation is a formal gathering, AUM’s New Student Convocation has a lot of informal (and fun!) elements designed to welcome you to — and show you what it means to be a part of — Warhawk Nation.
Students will meet in the Taylor Center at 9:30 a.m. for a procession to the Athletic Complex, where the Convocation ceremony and other activities will start at 10:00 a.m.
Students and faculty marshals begin to convene in Taylor Center (Undecided/Exploratory and Nursing & Health Sciences meet in Taylor 230; Business, Education, Sciences, and Liberal Arts & Social Sciences meet in Taylor 221–223).
9:45 a.m. Meet Up
Faculty and staff will line-up on the sidewalk between the library and the Athletics Complex. Faculty, please arrive in your regalia. The Dais Party will convene in the Hospitality Suite of the Athletics Complex.
9:50 a.m.Head Over
Students will proceed from Taylor Center to the Athletics Complex. Students will be grouped by college, led by the associated faculty marshal. Students will walk through the hallway via the southwest door to the gym and receive welcoming applause by faculty and staff.
10:00–11:00 a.m.New Student Convocation Ceremony
At the AUM Athletics Complex, faculty, staff, administrators, and fellow students will welcome you and share what it means to be a part of the Auburn University at Montgomery family.
Chicken Fingers and sides served along with music, yard games (Giant Cup Pong, Giant Jenga, Giant Twister, Giant Chess, Cornhole) and student organizations.
New students: Wear your AUM Orientation t-shirts! See our Campus Map to help you find your way.
Each major should meet in the below room:
College of Sciences in Taylor 230
College of Education in Taylor 230
College of Nursing and Health Sciences in Taylor 221
College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences in Taylor CAFÉ
College of Business in Taylor CAFÉ
Undecided/Exploratory in Taylor CAFÉ
Why Should You Attend New Student Convocation?
You’ll learn more about being a student at AUM and how your campus community is committed to your success.
It’s a great way to make new friends and connections.
It’s the easiest way to get 50 points on your first University Success (UNIV) course assignment.