Campus Facilities


  • Office of Development and Alumni Relations
    Fax: 202-895-4998

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A university campus reflects the seamless integration of space and ideas, and the environment we create is one that ultimately shapes imagination, stimulates dialogue, and builds community. The demand for learning on modern, well-equipped campuses has never been greater. Support from the AU community will result in several new, inspiring structures and revitalize those in need.

School of International Service

Rendering of new SIS from quad.

SIS is a community of scholars, practitioners, and students from around the world. Its multidisciplinary curriculum emphasizes the operative word in the school's name: service.

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School of Communication

A rendering of the new SOC building.

SOC is a communication laboratory informed by the experiences of professionals who work in the field and continue to serve as a focal point for developing and shaping communication services and strategies.

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Kogod School of Business

Kogod in spring, photo by Jeff Watts.

The Kogod School of Business creates market-driven programs that produce outstanding leaders who have both the practical management skills to become effective leaders today and the broader insights to adapt to the challenges of the future.

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University Center

Students on the first floor of the Mary Graydon Center.

The University Center in Mary Graydon is the main student center on campus. It houses offices for student government, student-run media, Greek life, and other clubs and organizations.

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Bender Library

D09_238 Bender Library at night.

As the intellectual heart of campus, the library serves as a gateway to information for students, faculty, staff and the public.

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Men's Baskebtall Team with Trophy.

Athletics accomplishments are a consistent source of pride, spirit, and well-being for the entire university community.

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Students in the Ampitheatre

The AU campus is a designated arboretum and public garden.  The 84 acre campus has a rich botanical history, and its many green spaces provide a place not only to gather, but to learn.

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Other Opportunities to Improve AU's Facilities

Opportunities also exist to give to the College of Arts and Sciences, the School of Public Affairs, and the Washington College of Law.

Interested in a naming space in another building or residence hall? Contact the Office of Development and Alumni Relations at 202-885-5900.