|Ethnicity Breakdown||Asian||Black||Caucasian||Hispanic||Middle Eastern||Native American||Pacific Islander|
|Auburn University at Montgomery Students||3%||44%||50%||9%||0%||2%||0%|
|All Bold.org College Students||11%||21%||37%||25%||0%||2%||1%|
These schools are similar to Auburn University at Montgomery in key aspects like size, setting, and academics.
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I liked the opportunities for students to take jobs on-campus as student workers.
I didn't like the socialization gap between different fields of study and sports. If you weren't part of a certain in-group, no one really cared about you or even knew who you were.
I love the atmosphere and the supportive environment that has helped me gain confidence in myself and learn new things. I love the way professors at Auburn University at Montgomery approach different subjects and the lengths the university goes to make sure we get the best education, knowledge, and a healthy environment.
The only complaint I have is that the university has a short assortment of courses that are scheduled every semester which limits my freedom to take courses of my choice at the time I want.
I love the education here, but it may be difficult to find things to do in Montgomery and the social life on campus is fairly lacking.
The social life is lacking.
My experience at AUM has been nothing short of amazing. Like most colleges out there, it does have its ups and downs. However, working at this school will ensure you are on track to succeed. You will deal with some professors where you have to be incessant with them on things, and for other professors, you only have to send a single email and everything is cleared up instantly. The social life is vibrant, with events happening nearly every day during the semester. The school spirit is emphasized during the peak sports season. If you need help academically, there are free resources to help you! If you need mental health help, free counseling is also offered to students. Overall, AUM is an amazing school!
There are only a few things that I find bothersome when it comes to AUM. When it comes to pinging maintenance for fixing something in your dorm, they do take a while to get to you. Sometimes they have to be called consistently for them to show up. The only other thing I really don't care for is the lack of variety when it comes to the food AUM offers. They do offer more than three food options, but when you've been there halfway through the semester, these options can get boring.
I have been at AUM for a few years, and have enjoyed it. Most of the teachers care a lot. They have lots of availability when it comes to making your class schedule. I work full time and am still able to be a full time student. I would recommend AUM to anyone looking for a college to attend.
They give parking tickets like crazy. Make sure to get a parking pass if you are going to park on campus. In my experience, scholarships are mainly available to incoming freshmen or junior college transfers. I've applied for most scholarships outside of the university.
What I liked most about AUM would be the social life of the students. There are many places to study, hang out, eat, and play games on and around campus.
I didn't like how the elevators would always be down or were being worked on