109 Administration Building
Through the Office of Student Accounts.
Through the Registrar’s Office.
We will assign you an academic advisor. Your academic advisor will help you determine the classes you should register for each semester to ensure you are taking all classes required for your major in the proper order. Once you have met with your advisor and have a schedule for the semester, you will be provided with a PIN number.
Go to My AUM and log in to the My AUM portal with your AUM username and password. If you are a new student, click on “First-Time Users” and follow the instructions for entering your Student ID number and birth date. Once your account is set up, you may log in to My AUM. If you need assistance, contact the AUM ITS helpdesk at 244-3500 or firstname.lastname@example.org .
Once logged in, click “WEBSTER” in the upper left “Launchpad” section.
Click on “Student Services and Financial Aid.”
Click on “Registration” to register for classes.
Click on “Select Term” and choose the term for which you wish to register and click “submit.”
Click on “Register For And/Or Drop Classes.”
Enter your “Alternate PIN” and click “submit.” Note: You must meet with your advisor each semester to receive your alternate PIN to register for class.
Scroll down to the Add Classes Worksheet- you will see a 10-slot CRN (course reference number) worksheet on your screen. To add classes, enter the CRN in the space provided. After you have entered all the CRNs of the courses you want, click “submit changes.” To search by subject, you can also click on “class search” in Webster to find the classes you want. Highlight the subject and click “course search.” Click “View Sections” to see specific sections of each class. If a section is full, it will have a “C” in the left column. If a section has a remaining open seat, there will be a box on the left for you to check. Finally, scroll down and click “Register.”
To change or drop a class during registration, click on the drop down menu next to the course you would like to drop. Click “drop course,” and then scroll down to click “Submit Changes.”
To see if you have successfully registered, click on the “return to Menu” button located at the top right side of the screen. This returns you to the registration page.
Scroll down and click on “Student Detail Schedule.” Print your schedule and log out when finished. Always click the “submit changes” button in Webster when altering your class schedule and print copies of any schedule changes for adding or dropping classes.
Keep your PIN safe for the entire semester. You may need it at mid-semester to drop a course, and your advisor may not be immediately available to re-give it to you on the last day to drop classes. Each semester the university designates a “drop date’ for full and half-term classes. Before this date, students may drop classes without academic penalty. (The Immigration and financial effects of dropping a class are separate matters. See below for extremely important notes.) Students should make note of the semester’s last day to drop on the academic calendar posted on the AUM website. Once the drop date has passed, students will not be allowed to drop a class unless they have extenuating circumstances. If students miss the drop date, they will have to either complete the class or receive a failing grade.
Students who wish to completely withdraw from all their classes at the university during a semester must do so officially by completing a withdrawal form and exit interview in the Registrar’s Office. Students may not withdraw from all of their courses via Webster. Complete withdrawal from the University is only permitted before the last day to drop classes.
PLEASE NOTE CAREFULLY: F-1 students must be full-time students to maintain legal status in the U.S. Before you drop below full-time status, you MUST talk to an International Student Adviser/DSO and receive permission from the DSO to drop below a full-time course load.
If you’re a student you can work on campus up to 20 hours during the semester.
You must have permission to work off campus from the Department of Homeland Security, and you have two options for working off campus:
OPT is allowed for 12 months for all programs, however programs that fall under the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) list are able to apply for 17 additional months of OPT after their initial OPT has been used. If you use your OPT before you graduate, it will be deducted from your 12-month availability after the degree is awarded.
OPT before completion of course of study:
OPT after completion of the course of study:
OPT is a period during which you are allowed to work for up to 12 months on an F-1 student visa towards getting practical training, which must be in your field of study. To apply for OPT, a student must submit an application to the United States Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS). A student must pay the application fee each time he/she applies for OPT. Students should apply about 90 days before the end of their program. Program end dates can be found on 29 the first page of the I-20. It currently takes 90 days to process an OPT application. OPT can begin immediately after you graduate or anytime within the 60 days after you graduate.
To apply for CPT, students must provide the DSO with documentation from their advisor or instructor indicating the student requires or is registered for an internship class. The student will also provide contact information for his/her employer during the internship whether the internship is paid or unpaid and full or part time. Once the DSO receives the necessary information, she will update the student’s I-20 to indicate approval of CPT.
A student must be eligible for CPT by:
At the AUM Career Development Center (CDC), we provide students career counseling.
We can help you get the tools and techniques you need to build a successful career. Our experienced staff can help you identify your aptitudes, set career goals, polish your resume, and create a job search strategy.
Since International students can work on campus, CDC can help. If you are looking for a part-time job on campus, you can go to the CDC and fill out a part-time job application. The staff will assist you with finding a job on campus.
Yes, you can remain in the US with an expired visa if your I-20 and passport are valid. If you leave the US, you will need a valid visa to re-enter the US.
You must apply for a new visa or extend your visa in your home country. The documents you need to bring with you when applying for a U.S. student visa are:
You can go to the U.S. State Department’s website for more information on visa applications: www.travel.state.gov You can also use this website to make appointments for visa applications at border posts in Mexico or Canada.
Automatic Revalidation: If you visit Canada or Mexico for a trip of less than 30 days, you may be eligible to return to the United States with an expired visa via automatic revalidation if:
If your passport expires, you should renew it. Your passport can be renewed in the US, and you should contact your country’s consulate in the US for instructions/information.
If you lose your I-20, you should visit the Office of Global Initiatives to request a new I-20.
No, you must be enrolled full time.
No, if you are not enrolled in a required semester, you must leave the US. Please see Office of Global Initiatives to discuss an authorized withdrawal.
Office of Global Initiatives: email@example.com
Yes, attendance is mandatory.
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People need your help to sustain a better life.
How high will YOU SOAR?
Develop and foster relationships with like-minded students that could last you a lifetime.
The international honors society in psychology.
If computer programming finds you indoors a lot, take time to chill outside for a stress-free adventure.
The adventure starts with your first class.
Join other biology majors in discussions, activities and research.
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The next generation of conservationists, making an impact today.
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.
Like-minded students have opportunities to work, learn and network together.
This club brings sustainability awareness throughout the Montgomery community.
You can be the solution to the world’s problems.
Experimentation Leads to Discovery.
Gregory J. Touhill
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.
You belong where relationships thrive.
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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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.
How high will you SOAR?
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
Monday – Thursday | 11 A.M. – 8 P.M.
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.