We look forward to having you join us at AUM as an undergraduate. No matter what degree or certificate program you are looking to complete, we are eager to help you get enrolled. But first, we’ve got good news! In addition to many other financial aid options, AUM awards automatic scholarships to freshmen based on either ACT scores or High School GPA! No paperwork necessary.
Let’s get started. Are you a:
If any of those describe you, we want to help you find a home as an undergraduate student at Auburn University at Montgomery! Download our AUM Admissions Guide or, if you are ready, apply now! You can also speak with an Admissions Counselor at (334) 244-3615 or email the Admissions team.
There are a number of ways to be admitted to AUM, whether you are a traditional high school student, looking to go back to college after several years or looking to transfer from another institution. No matter your circumstances, we want to make this as easy as possible.
If you do not meet the undergraduate admissions requirements above, AUM offers alternative admission programs for qualified students:
Bridge Program:A program for those who do not meet all AUM admissions requirements. Find out if you qualify.
Dual Enrollment: A program for high school students who want to earn simultaneous high school and college credit.
2.3 GPA (min.) unweighted high school
ACT 18 or SAT 940 (min)
2.0 GPA (min.) and
24 hours (min.) completed course work. Transfer students with fewer than 24 hours of course work must meet freshman admission requirements.
Deadline: May 1
AUM accepts undergraduate applications year-round, but there are deadlines for admission each semester.
Deadline: August 1
Deadline: December 15
Please select one of the following links to find additional information regarding AUM’s Residency Requirements. If you have additional questions regarding residency requirements please contact the Registrar’s Office at 334-244-3125
Residency for Tuition Purposes Policy
FAQs on Residency
Application for Change on Residency
Certification of Residency in Alabama
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International Students Application
Transient/Returning Student Application
English as a Second Language Application
You can have the testing agency submit your test scores directly to AUM, or you can submit your scores yourself. It is important that you use AUM’s College Board (CEEB) codes: SAT — 1036, ACT — 0057.
Ask your high school guidance counselor to submit your official transcript to AUM. It’s ok if you haven’t graduated yet, though they will need to submit your official four-year transcript once you graduate. If you have attended any other colleges or universities, or earned dual credits, ask the registrar to send us those official transcripts to this address:
AUM Admissions P.O. Box 244023
Montgomery, AL 36124-4023
Admissions at a Glance
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Taylor Center 101
7400 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
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