History, Affiliations and Rankings
Founded in 1967, Auburn University at Montgomery is a public university established by Alabama Legislature. Auburn University is one of the youngest educational colleges in the USA. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges (SACSCOC) has certified AUM. Auburn University at Montgomery has been one of the popular choices for students to select as an institution for higher education. Catering to the global requirements for qualified and skilled employees, the institution has earned a reputable name itself, in the form of being one of the top Universities in the region. AUM ranks #13 in the most ethnically diverse campus in Alabama, with more than 400 nationalities represented on campus. Auburn University at Montgomery ranks #33 among the regional Public Universities.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
Auburn University is situated in a city rich in History, Arts, and Culture. Auburn University at Montgomery offers the students the opportunity to select globally recognized courses and programs. The institute is spread over the 500-acre campus of AWJM, students have the option to choose from more than 90 bachelor's and master's degrees as well as certificate courses. With the objective of offering personalized education to every student. Auburn University at Montgomery offers five faculties that are the Department of Sciences, the Department of Nursing and Health Sciences, the Department of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences, the Department of Education, and the Department of Business.
Accomplishments and Alumni
In the state, Auburn University at Montgomery has been able to build a reputation for the institute. Among the many accolades, awards, and ranks that have been awarded to the institute, AUM ranks as one of the top 13 Universities with a diverse campus. Moreover, Auburn University at Montgomery ranks as the 33rd best public university in the region. Some of the famous alumni are Tarana Burke (civil rights activist and "Me Too" movement founder ), Larry Chapman (former Auburn University at Montgomery basketball coach ), Amir Eshel (Israeli general), Hanley Funderburk (former chief administrator of Auburn University at Montgomery ), Orlando Graham (former professional basketball player), etc..
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
Auburn University at Montgomery has dedicated itself to offering its students an inclusive environment that accepts all students, staff, and faculty who are an integral part of the University. With students from more than 40 different nationalities. The institute makes sure that the students are able to co-dependently study and work together with all the students at the University. Auburn University at Montgomery also believes in helping its students in their career development and growth and therefore, has built a Career Development Centre for its students and alumni. The male-female ratio is 34:66 at Auburn University at Montgomery. Some of the places where students work are Auburn University at Montgomery, United States Air Force, State of Alabama, Alfa Insurance, Auburn University, etc.