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Butler Pavilion, Room 400

Office of the Vice President of Campus Life 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016-8127 United States

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4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016 United States

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4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016 United States

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Mary Graydon Center, Room 330K

Parent and Family Engagement 4400 Massachusetts Avenue NW Washington, DC 20016-8127 United States

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Looking for information on student services and support related to COVID-19? The links below will take you to updated sites for relevant departments (such as health services, international student support, etc.) For more questions, see FAQs on Community Coronavirus Resource Page. Stay safe - we're here for you!

  • The Office of Campus Life (OCL) is home to student-focused departments that provide key services and support around life at AU — from health and wellness, to clubs and community engagement, to residence halls, to support for fostering an inclusive campus community. 
The Market AU's food pantry

The Market

The objective of The Market is to work together to prevent any student from having to skip meals and go hungry because they cannot afford enough to eat. Shoppers are encouraged - with no restrictions but consideration for others - to select the food items they need. Read on to learn more about The Market and AU's Food Security Initiatives.

The Market will continue to be accessible for AU students in the DC area while university classes and services are online. 

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Stories of Campus Life

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On Campus ·

First Things First: Get to Know AU's First-Gen Resources

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In the Community ·

AU Public Health Students’ Work Continues Unabated

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Members of American University's Model UN team.

Achievements ·

AU Model UN Now Ranked #2 in North America

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Welcome Home

You may see these posters around campus on digital screens, in your advisors office, or in your residence hall. What does community mean to you? How have you found home here? Share your thoughts on social media using #YourHomeAU.