Auburn University at Montgomery Majors, Courses, Online Programs and Degrees, Distance Education, Fees, Contact Details and More.

Auburn University at Montgomery

Name Auburn University at Montgomery
Other Names and Nicknames Warhawks, AUM
Motto For The Advancement of Science and Arts
Established 1967
Type Public
Athletic Affiliations - Division - Conference
  • NCAA Division II (without football)
  • Gulf South Conference
  • Academic Affiliations
  • APLU
  • ORAU
  • SURA
  • ACES
  • Campus Suburban, 500 acres (2 km²)
    Colors orange and Black

    Contact Details
    Address 7440 East Drive Montgomery, AL 36117
    Phone Numbers
  • +1 334-244-3000
  • 334-244-3615
  • 800-227-2649
  • 334-244-3615
  • Fax Number 334-244-3795

    Student Faculty Ratio 16:1
    Graduation Rate 28%
    National Graduation Rate 49%
    Research Funding per Student
  • $122
  • National : $1,524
  • Academic Calendar Semester
    Part-Time Retention Rate 46%
    Full-Time Retention Rate 68%
    Non-traditional Learning
    Study Abroad Yes
    Distance Education No
    Teacher Certification Yes
    Evening Degree Programs Yes

    Offered Programs and Majors and Degrees
    Science, Technology, and Math Graduates
    Information Technology 37
    Mathematics 6
    Natural Resources Conservation and Management 3
    Biology 36
    Chemistry 9
    Computer Science 2
    Protective Services Graduates
    Criminal Justice and Safety Studies 38
    Humanities Graduates
    History 10
    Liberal Arts and Humanities 16
    Physical Sciences 2
    Political Science and Government 3
    Psychology 40
    Sociology 6
    Communications 23
    Economics 14
    English 15
    Foreign Languages and Literatures 6
    Geography 2
    Health Professions Graduates
    Medical Laboratory Technician 16
    Nursing 130
    Speech Language Pathology 10
    Kinesiology and Exercise Science 38
    Education Graduates
    High School Education 12
    Special Education and Teaching 11
    Elementary Education 30
    Business Graduates
    Managerial Economics 1
    Marketing 20
    Accounting 33
    Business 38
    Finance 27
    Human Resources 11
    International Business 2
    Arts Graduates
    Arts 18

    Online Degree Programs
    Traditional Masters in Early Childhood Education
    Traditional Masters in Elementary Education
    Traditional Masters in Physical Education
    Masters (NC) in Instructional Technology
    Education Specialist in Early Childhood Education
    Education Specialist in Elementary Education
    Education Specialist in Physical Education
    Education Specialist in Instructional Leadership
    Education Specialist (NC) in Instructional Technology
    Education Specialist in Special Education, Collaborative K-6
    Education Specialist in Special Education, Collaborative 6-12
    Education Specialist School Couseling
    Education Specialist Clinical Mental Health

    Admissions Statistics
    Acceptance Rate 83%
    Early Decision Acceptance Rate -
    Total Applicants 2,474
    SAT Range 960-1110
    SAT Reading 490-560
    SAT Math 480-540
    Students Submitting SAT 4%
    ACT Range 19-24
    ACT English 19-24
    ACT Math 17-22
    ACT Writing -
    Students Submitting ACT 84%
    Admissions Deadlines
    Offers Early Action No
    Application Deadline August 15
    Early Decision Deadline -
    Early Action Deadline -
    Offers Early Decision No
    Application Website Click Here
    Accepts Common App -
    Accepts Coalition App No
    Admissions Requirements
    High School GPA Required
    High School Rank Recommended
    High School Transcript Required
    College Prep Courses Neither required nor recommended
    SAT/ACT Required
    Recommendations Neither required nor recommended

    15,047 / year15,523
    Costs and Fees and Loans and Prices
    Net Price
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    Net Price by Household Income
    <$30k $13,650/year
    $30-48k $14,940/year
    $49-75k $16,935/year
    $76-110k $18,056/year
    $110k+ $16,793/year
    Sticker Price
    In-State Tuition $8,020/ year
    Out-of-State Tuition $17,140/ year
    Average Housing Cost $4,580/ year
    Average Meal Plan Cost $2,400/ year
    Books & Supplies $1,100/ year
    Tuition Guarantee Plan No
    Tuition Payment Plan Yes
    Prepaid Tuition Plan No
    Students Taking Out Loans 65%
    Average Loan Amount $5,502 / year
    National $6,768
    Financial Aid
    Any Financial Aid 93%
    Average Total Aid Awarded $5,171/ year
    National $7,535
    Students Receiving Aid
    Federal Grant Aid 53%
    State Grant Aid 3%
    Institution Grant Aid 44%
    Pell Grant 53%
    Average Aid Awarded
    Federal Grant Aid $4,664
    State Grant Aid $753
    Institution Grant Aid $4,745
    Pell Grant Amount $4,584

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