BUSINESS BUZZ MAX CREDIT UNION BREAKS GROUND ON AUBURN BRANCH
will be the companyâ€™s second branch in Lee County.
MONTGOMERY â€“ Max Credit Union broke ground on an Auburn regional branch which will serve customers in Lee County.
AUM FORMS PARTNERSHIP WITH LURLEEN B. WALLACE COMMUNITY COLLEGE
The branch, which will have both lobby and drive-thru service, will have a concierge greet customers and direct them to kiosks, staffed by employees. The branch will also have a refreshment center that contains coffee and bottled water and a business center. It
MONTGOMERY â€“ Auburn University at Montgomery signed an agreement with Lurleen B. Wallace Community College, formalizing a partnership aimed at better supporting students interested in transferring to AUM. Auburn University at Montgomery Chancellor John G. Veres III and LBWCC President Herbert H.J. Riedel agreed to:
> Work closely together on student advisement, creating a pathway for students who want to earn a bachelorâ€™s degree to easily transfer into AUM. > Allow LBWCC students to â€œreverse transferâ€? credits back to LBWCC and receive an associateâ€™s degree while completing a bachelorâ€™s at AUM. > Provide scholarships to incoming AUM students. Beginning in fall 2014, all LBWCC students transferring to AUM with a minimum 3.0 grade-point average will be provided a $1,000 to $2,500 scholarship. The top LBWCC student transferring to AUM, as selected by the LBWCC administration, will receive tuition and fees for two years.
With campuses in Andalusia, Greenville, Luverne and Opp, Lurleen B. Wallace Community College serves Butler, Covington, Crenshaw, Coffee and Geneva counties as well as parts of the Florida Panhandle. LBWCC offers career-oriented certificates and associate degrees.
BEASLEY ALLEN SHAREHOLDERS NAMED TO PRESTIGIOUS LIST MONTGOMERY â€“ Beasley, Allen, Crow, Methvin, Portis & Miles, P.C., shareholders W. Daniel â€œDeeâ€? Miles III and Rhon E. Jones have been included in the 2013-2014 Lawdragon 500 Leading Lawyers in America. Recipients of this honor are determined by a process of submissions from law firms,
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Montgomery Business Journal March 2014