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Auburn University at Montgomery


Overview

Student Population
4,919
Best Colleges National Rank
#1161
 Location Montgomery, Alabama
 Online aum.edu 
School Type Public 4 Year
Size Mid-size
Profit Status Non-profit
On campus housing Yes
Degrees Offered Undergrad/Graduate

Located in Montgomery, Alabama, Auburn University at Montgomery is a mid-size four year public college offering both undergrad and graduate programs. In the most recent statistical year 2,494 prospective students applied, and 1,963 were granted admission.  Of those admitted 620 enrolled in the school.  3,300 students are enrolled on a full time basis, and 1,619 attend part time. In-state tuition for 2016/2017, excluding room and board, is $8,880 plus fees of $760. AUM is ranked 1161 nationally in the CollegeSimply.com 2018 U.S. Colleges Ranking.

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Getting In

Admission Standards
Very Easy
Test Scores
SAT ACT GPA
SAT1000/1130
ACT19/23
GPA3.21
Applications Accepted
78.7%
Applications DueAug 1, 2018
Applicant CompetitionVery Low

Cost to Attend

Alabama Resident Tuition
$8,880
In State Costs for Auburn University at Montgomery
Fee Cost
Books and Supplies$1,100
Other Fees$760
Room and Board $5,650
Budget for Other Expenses$3,690
Total One Year Cost$20,080
Out of State Tuition
$19,950
Out of State Costs for Auburn University at Montgomery
Fee Cost
Books and Supplies$1,100
Other Fees$760
Room and Board $5,650
Budget for Other Expenses$3,690
Total One Year Cost$31,150

Outcomes

Bachelor's Degree Graduation Rate
33% within 6 years
Graduation Rates for Auburn University at Montgomery
Years Percent Earning Bachelor's Degree
in 4 years 13% earned a bachelor degree
in 5 years 28% earned a bachelor degree
in 6 years 33% earned a bachelor degree

A college's graduation rate is a strong indication of its effectiveness and your potential to find success at a school. These statistics measure the percentage of first-time, full-time students who earned a bachelor degree within four, five or six years from Auburn University at Montgomery. For comparison, approximately 58% of starting students nationally earn a bachelor's degree within six years. Auburn University at Montgomery is less effective than average in terms of graduating students.