The Office of Collaborative Partnership and Distance Education is responsible for creating partnerships between international and domestic universities and colleges. It is also responsible for creating pathways for undergraduate students, where students can successfully articulate their credit hours from community colleges to Auburn University at Montgomery and matriculate with a four year degree in the shortest period of time. Thus, the office also works with the local and surrounding colleges to form partnerships so students can transfer their community college credit hours, concurrently take classes at AUM and take their credits back to the community college(reverse transfer) and get an Associates degree from their respective colleges.
Similarly, our partnerships with school districts, independent high schools, and home school umbrella groups across Alabama enable junior and senior-level students to complete college-level courses for both college and high school credit, saving time and money toward an undergraduate degree.
Auburn University at Montgomery’s local initiatives focuses on the local community, its educational institutions and increasing the exposure of college and university studies to high school upper-classman.
Dual Enrollment is available to junior and senior high school students through online and on-campus offerings. Class schedules for dual enrollment participants are available. The AUM goal is to provide a college experience and potentially college credit while students are in high school. This initiative builds confidence in their abilities at the next level of education and still have the support network of their high school faculty, friends and family.
Autauga County Schools
Chilton County Schools
Conecuh Springs Christian School
Covington County Schools
Dale County Schools
Elmore County Schools
Geneva County Schools
Montgomery Public Schools
Pike Road Schools
Talladega County Schools
Auburn University at Montgomery is pleased to work with community colleges across the state to ease the transition from community college to university studies. AUM’s community college partners have signed articulation agreements that allows students to transfer the maximum number of credits possible. AUM seeks to partner with more institutions to gain greater flexibility for students in transferring colleges and credits.
For information on how your institution can participate, please complete the form below.
Chattahoochee Valley Community College
Southern Union Community College
Trenholm State Community College
Lurleen B. Wallace Community College
Wallace Community College – Selma
As part of AUM’s international initiatives, we are invested in establishing and growing mutually beneficial partnerships with universities across the globe. Such partnerships are formed in an effort to diversify educational program offerings and provide our students with a well-rounded education from a global perspective.
Chengdu Institute SiChuan International Studies University
Daegu Haany University
Hubei University of Economics
Hubei Institute for Nationalities
Hunan University of Commerce
North South University in Bangladesh
Shanghai Normal University Tianhua College
Wuhan Institute of Technology
Yunnan University of Finance and Economics
Contact us if you want to build a partnership with AUM and promote higher education for your students in America
Auburn University at Montgomery (AUM) has partnered with General Education Mobile (GEM) to provide online courses to Airmen in order to complete their CCAF Associate Degree. Our partnership makes earning your associate degree easy and affordable.
AUM GEM Program
Connect with us: CollaborativePartnerships@aum.edu
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Dr. Shanta Varma
Special Advisor to the Chancellor
Student Services Coordinator
Collaborative Partnerships Coordinator
Taylor Center 101
7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
8 a.m. - 5 p.m. Monday - Friday