Join alumni, families, and students for more than 50 special events, including engaging faculty presentations, inspiring alumni speakers, and the annual Multicultural Alumni Reunion. Mark your calendar: #AllAUWeekend returns to American University October 4-6.
Highlights this year include:
Alumni Awards Dinner & Ceremony
Enjoy an evening of inspiring remarks from some of AU’s most distinguished alumni.
Industry leaders will share their insights, experiences, and candid advice for aspiring changemakers looking to forge their own paths to social impact.
AU Ed Talks
Hear from experts in their fields on topics like the 2020 election, neuroscience, and media and social justice.
A ‘Tough Love’ Conversation with Ambassador Susan E. Rice
Ambassador Susan E. Rice, former National Security Advisor and US Permanent Representative to the United Nations and Distinguished Visiting Research Fellow at AU’s School of International Service, offers a special preview of her upcoming book, Tough Love: My Story of the Things Worth Fighting For. The conversation will be followed by a Q&A and book signing.
Good snacks, great views, and even better company. Mix and mingle with fellow alumni at the Observatory at America’s Square, a rooftop space overlooking the Capitol Building.
Multicultural Alumni Reunion
Known as “MCAR,” AU’s annual Multicultural Alumni Reunion features four signature events. The Mosaic Soiree kicks off the weekend and will include a red-carpet photo welcome, live entertainment, cocktails, and hors d’oeuvres. Saturday features the Honors and Scholars Diversity Luncheon and MCAR’s signature event, the Celebrate! student-alumni networking reception. MCAR’s Greek Brunch will cap the weekend on Sunday.
Each year, Eagles return to campus to relive their best days and discover where AU is headed. Visit american.edu/aaw to learn more and register. Don’t wait to hear about it from your classmates and friends. Make this the year that you experience All-American Weekend for yourself!