Alabama A&M Enrollment

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Alabama A&M Enrollment

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Enrollment Checklist For Prospective & Admitted Freshman Students

Prospective Students:

  • Complete and submit admissions application​

  • Submit $30 application fee – pay online or by mail

  • Request and submit an official high school transcript or college transcript if a transfer student

  • Submit ACT or SAT scores

  • Apply for Financial Aid online: www.fafsa.ed.gov
    FAFSA MUST include the AAMU School Code: 001002

Incoming Admitted Students:

  • Submit $115 Non-Refundable Enrollment Fee – pay online or by mail

  • Apply for Financial Aid online: www.fafsa.ed.gov

  • FAFSA MUST include the AAMU School Code: 001002

  • Submit completed Scholarship Application if eligible

  • Complete and submit the on-campus housing application Housing

  • Confirm Financial Aid award online

  • Submit your final high school transcript

  • Submit completed AAMU Student Medical Form

  • Register for Student Orientation And Registration

If the campus of Alabama A&M University seems to have more bustle lately, there’s very good reason.  According to the preliminary fall enrollment report the University recently submitted to the Alabama Commission on Higher Education (ACHE), AAMU’s overall Fall 2015 enrollment is 5,628, up 5.5 percent over last fall’s enrollment of 5,333 and up some 13.8 percent over three years ago.

One of the biggest pluses came in the category of first-time freshman enrollment, which is reported as a record-breaking 1,483, 22.2 percent over Fall 2014.  The previous first-time freshman record was etched in 2003 with the figure of 1,302.

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