AUC Tahrir Square
The historic AUC Tahrir Square campus is a landmark and cultural oasis in the heart of Cairo. A gathering place for lovers of literature, theatre and all forms of arts and culture, the campus includes the Tahrir Cultural Center which is an array of cultural activities, events and services that will serve the entire Egyptian community. The center’s mission is to spread, create and preserve culture and art. The campus also includes School of Continuing Education, AUC Bookstore, classrooms and a cafeteria.
Inside the Historic Palace, the building is Oriental Hall and Ewart Memorial Hall. Ewart has a long history of distinguished guests including Om Kolthoum, who performed there in 1937, prominent Egyptian intellectual Taha Hussein and top dignitaries, ambassadors, and intellectuals from around the world. Today, Ewart and Oriental halls continue to serve as the prime downtown destination for a range of conferences, lectures, seminars and public events held by the University.
Tahrir Cultural Center
The Tahrir Cultural Center (TCC) is located in the iconic AUC Tahrir Square Campus, offering an array of cultural activities, events and services.The center’s mission is to spread, create and preserve culture and art.
School of Continuing Education (SCE)
With 90 years of experience, SCE provides certificate programs, noncredit term-length courses and variable-length, customized courses to fulfill the continuing education needs of individuals and organizations in Egypt and the Middle East.
Tahrir Library Service Point
Located on the third floor of the Falaki Academic Center in downtown Cairo, the library operates as an electronic library providing direct access to the AUC Library's online resources.
The AUC Bookstores deliver the highest quality of services to AUC students, faculty, and staff, as well as to the wider Cairo community and travelers to Egypt.