The Reserve Officer Training Corps at AUM focuses on preparing young men and women for the challenges of leading today’s Army and Air Force. ROTC is a college elective course program taken in conjunction with the regular classes in a selected major field, plus other general education requirements students need to earn a commission and enter the military as a Second Lieutenant. As part of ROTC, you will be part of a diverse group of individuals with broad interests-individuals who are student leaders, presidents of student organizations, and members of academic honor societies.
ROTC is an Equal Opportunity program. We welcome all full-time students to try out the program and participate in our many activities. All eligible and qualified students have an opportunity to pursue an officer’s commission, regardless of gender, race or religion. ROTC promotes a physically fit lifestyle and provides a drug-free environment.
As part of a consortium with Alabama State University, you can attend Auburn University at Montgomery and get your Commission as a 2nd Lt. in the United States Air Force upon graduation.
AFROTC provides you the opportunity to become a United States Air Force officer while completing your college degree. You will get an undergraduate degree in the subject of your choice while you learn discipline and leadership and work toward a commission as a second lieutenant in the U.S. Air Force.
The General Military Course is for freshmen and sophomores. Here, in addition to your other college classes, you’ll take classes in airpower and Air Force fundamentals. You’ll attend physical training (PT) twice a week and learn uniform wear and drill ceremonies. You’ll also attend a training course the summer between your sophomore and junior year. This training takes place at Maxwell Air Force Base and focuses on leadership and problem solving skills.
At the start of your junior year, you’ll contract with the Air Force and join the Professional Officer Course. During your last two years you’ll receive a monthly allowance/stipend while you focus on leadership training, cadet corps management, and preparation for active duty.
Find money for school, books and monthly expenses with an Air Force ROTC scholarship.
Mailing Address: 915 S. Jackson Street
Physical Address: 1235 Carter Hill Road
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Tyesha K. McBride, Capt. USAF
Assistant Professor of Aerospace Studies
Air Force ROTC Detachment 019
Scholarships may be available for participating in Army ROTC. Students can take ROTC as an elective course or pursue the entire program, which culminates in a commission as a Second Lieutenant—an Army officer. Army ROTC Cadets attend physical training (PT) four times a week, in addition to their once a week academic class instruction and leadership laboratory. There are two-, three- and four-year college scholarships available.
Army ROTC Cadets take a regular schedule of classes and have an academic major. Once a week they meet as a group for leadership laboratory, along with their regular ROTC academic class instruction. During lab, Cadets wear the Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP) and conduct military and leadership training. Students can take ROTC as an elective course or pursue the entire program, which culminates in a commission as a Second Lieutenant—an Army Officer.
Basic Course: normally takes place during your first two years in college as elective courses and involves one elective class or lab each semester. You will learn basic military skills and the fundamentals of leadership, as well as start the groundwork toward becoming an Army leader. Any student may take the Army ROTC Basic Courses without any program or military commitment.
Advanced Course: takes place during your last two years in college as elective courses. It normally includes one elective class or lab each semester, plus a summer leadership course. You will learn advanced military tactics and gain experience in team organization, planning and decision-making. Entering the Advanced Course requires a commitment to serve as an Officer in the U.S. Army after you graduate.
Army ROTC gives you a wide range of experiences while you work toward your college degree. You’ll combine classroom instruction with hands-on training. Army ROTC Cadets meet once a week as a group for leadership laboratory, along with their regular ROTC academic class instruction. During lab, Cadets wear the Operational Camouflage Pattern (OCP) and conduct military and leadership training.
The Mustang Battalion (AUM ROTC) is composed of cadets from Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM), Troy University, Huntingdon University, Faulkner University, Alabama State University, and Troy-Montgomery. Prospective cadets desiring to become a member of the Mustang Battalion must be accepted to, and/or attend one of the aforementioned colleges or universities. AUM is the host campus for the Mustang Battalion.
At 0600, Monday through Friday, the Mustang Battalion Cadets are already up, doing pushups, sit-ups, and running or doing in addition to a variety of other exercises. The PT sessions are designed to improve physical fitness, prevent injuries, develop self-confidence, instill discipline, and promote teamwork, camaraderie, and resilience. Cadets are assessed monthly on their physical training performance (push-up, sit-up, 2 mile run) through the use of the Army Physical Fitness Test. Physical training is a vital component of the Army ROTC program!
Our Cadets meet five times a week to conduct physical training (PT) and at least once a week for a Military Science (MILS) lecture and once a week for Leadership Lab. Leadership Labs are designed to develop Cadets into confident and competent leaders by providing education on necessary skills and placing the Cadets in leadership positions to develop their ability to lead others during tactical or administrative operations. Every semester there is a Field Training Exercise (FTX) where Cadets incorporate their knowledge and leadership skills into a cumulative event. Exclusive to the Junior year (MSIII), Cadets travel to Ft. Knox, Kentucky during the summer to attend Advance Camp. This training event is designed to assess the Cadet’s ability to demonstrate proficiency in basic officer leadership tasks.
Army ROTC students who receive an Army ROTC scholarship or enter the Army ROTC Advanced Course must agree to complete a period of service with the Army. You can serve full time in the Army for three years (four years for scholarship winners) or choose to serve part time in the U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard while pursuing a civilian career. Enrolling in the Army ROTC Basic Course does NOT involve a commitment of service to the Army unless you have received an Army ROTC scholarship.
The Simultaneous Membership Program allows you to attend Army ROTC and serve in the U.S. Army Reserve or Army National Guard at the same time. It gives you an opportunity for additional training and experience. You can earn Army Reserve/National Guard pay and benefits in addition to your Army ROTC allowances.
If you’re considering an undergraduate nursing degree (or other STEM-type degree), enrolling in Army ROTC can enhance your leadership skills and critical thinking abilities while providing financial support to help make your professional goals a reality. Being a nurse in the Army provides you with benefits not found in the civilian world. As an Army nurse and officer, you will have the respect of your peers and co-workers, as well as opportunities to train and serve in a variety of specialties domestically and abroad.
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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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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.
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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!
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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
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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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