AUM vs. South University-Montgomery

Compare two schools with tuition, admission, test scores, and more academic characteristics.

AUM vs. South University-Montgomery

AUMvs.South University-Montgomery

AUM is a public school while South University-Montgomery is a private school. Both schools are located in Alabama.
  • AUM has more expensive tuition of $18,820 than South University-Montgomery ($18,000).
  • AUM is larger with 5,211 students than South University-Montgomery (390 students).
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#20 in Alabama
Rankings#23 in Alabama
Public, 4 yearsSchool TypePrivate, 4 years
Montgomery, ALLocationMontgomery, AL
1 Year Certificate
Bachelor's
Post-Bachelor Certificate
Master's
Doctorate (Research)
Offered Degrees
Master's College and University (larger programs)Carnegie ClassificationBaccalaureate College - Diverse Fields
Tuition & Fees
$8,860 Alabama residents
$18,820 out-of-state
Undergraduate$18,000
$8,344 Alabama residents
$17,812 out-of-state
Graduate$16,320
$7,442Financial Aid$5,785
Admission
$25Application Fee
0.82538399353274%Acceptance Rate
0.32957884427032%Yield
1,035 SAT, 21 ACTTest Scores
Student Population
5,211Total Students390
4,632Undergraduate321
579Graduate69
610Online Enrollment
Graduation Rate & Outcomes
34%Graduation Rate10%
33%Transfer-out Rate
67%Retention Rate33%
$38,000Average Earning after Graduation$40,200
Special Learning Opportunities and Student Services
Online Degree/Certificate Program Offered for Both Undergraduate and GraduateDistance Learning (Online Classes)
ROTC
Study Abroad
Weekend/Evening College
Teacher Certifiate
Special Opportunities
✔ (Dormitory Capacity: 1,200)
$4,580 average annual costs
On-Campus Living
Not offered or not ReportedMeal Plan
Faculties and Staffs
17 to 1Students to Faculty Ratio10 to 1
211 Full-time
118 Part-time
Number of Faculties6 Full-time
64 Part-time
523 Full-time
275 Part-time
Number of Staffs27 Full-time
70 Part-time
$69,388 for Faculties
$50,752 Part-time
Average Salary$47,736 for Faculties
$66,706 Part-time
All data used in our site is from IPEDS (The Integrated Postsecondary Education Data System), U.S. Department of Education, academic year 2019-2020