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Welcome to the Office of Campus Life

Welcome to the Office of the Vice President of Campus Life! As 13 different departments dedicated to supporting students in areas ranging from spiritual life to academic support, we strive to create a campus environment that fosters student learning, development, and success.

Whether we’re collaborating with student leaders on service opportunities, hosting concerts and guest speakers, or welcoming each incoming class to campus, our portfolio is as varied as it is dedicated to student engagement.

Students play an integral role in shaping campus life at AU, and we welcome your comments on our programs and services. Stop by and see us on the 4th floor of the Butler Pavilion, or explore our various departments online to see how we can help to improve your AU experience.

Step Up: Be more than a bystander

Step Up: Be more than a bystander

Step Up is a prosocial behavior and bystander intervention program that teaches how to intervene in problematic situations. Find out more and see how we Step Up at AU by following the links below.

Step Up Website


Giving Opportunities

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Change a Life. Increase Awareness. Support Your Alma Mater. Support the Office of Campus Life initiatives and the students we serve.

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Mobile Sexual Assault Resource

Sexual Assault App

Confidential. Safe. Free. Get immediate access to the information needed most in the event of a sexual assault on one of D.C.’s eight college campuses. An invaluable tool from UASKDC.

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Support University Student Awards

Student Awards 2013

Want to make a difference in the life of a graduating senior? Support the awards that recognize and value their achievements at AU!

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News

Color images from Founders Day Ball 2013; black and white image top from 1937 Founders Day banquet, on bottom from 1968 festivities. Images courtesy of University Archives.

Founders Day Ball Marks AU History & Pride, Friendship

Senior Chandler Thornton co-plans a gala that traces back more than a century.

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