To obtain your alumni ID card, visit the Office of Alumni Engagement in the Administration Building, room P002 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, Sunday through Thursday with your proof of vaccination.
You will update your contact information, pay a fee of EGP 300, and then proceed to the ID center to be photographed and receive your card. We accept cash and credit card payments, but as a cashless community, we encourage you to pay by card at our office since cash payments need to be done at the Commercial International Bank of Egypt's (CIB) branch on campus.
AUC alumni and first-degree family members are entitled to receive a discount on PCR tests available at the on-campus testing facilities. Alumni members need to show their American University in Cairo (AUC) ID to receive the discount.
Prime Speed Medical accepts cash or credit, and the service is available to all students, faculty, staff, and alumni. If you do not have your AUC alumni ID, send an email 24 hours before visiting the station to notify the Prime Speed medical team.
AUC offers five partial scholarships on an annual basis to children of alumni. Established in 1983 by the International Alumni Council, the Alumni Endowed Scholarship Fund receives contributions from AUC alumni worldwide in support of scholarships for the children of Egyptian and Arab AUC alumni. To know more about our scholarship program, visit the Office of Financial Affairs and Scholarships.
AUC graduates are highly sought after for their abilities to think creatively and excellence in any environment. They are viewed as the gold standard by potential employers, and alumni have long occupied key leadership positions in Egypt and the region. The Career Center works with students to prepare them for successful entry into the market after graduation. To know more about AUC's career services, visit the Career Center website.
AUC admits the top five undergraduate applicants who are children of alumni, and within five percent below the cutoff score for the academic term, they are applying. To know more about the admission process and requirements, visit the AUC admissions page.
Previous destinations have included the Far East, Switzerland, Belgium, Italy, and the Netherlands. Trips are announced on the alumni website and e-newsletter. To know about our upcoming events, send us an email.
The reward card is currently being renewed to enhance the experience of alumni by recruiting more vendors on different levels. It will be announced to all alumni once it is finalized.
If you have a business and would like to join our network, send us an email.
Showcase your pride, and order your AUC class ring
Your graduation is almost complete now and is only missing one thing, AUC class ring! The AUC class ring embodies both your academic achievement and your precious memories made at AUC. In addition, the class ring is the only tangible connection among all AUCians wherever you go. The ring is custom-made and comes in two different variations: pure silver for EGP 800 or silver with gold for EGP 1,400. On one side, you will have your graduation year engraved, and the other side will be your degree, whether it is BA, BSc, MA, MSc, or PhD. To purchase a class ring and other jewelry items from AUC, visit the Office of Alumni Engagement in the Administration Building, Room P002 from 8:30 am to 3:30 pm, Sunday through Thursday. We accept cash and credit card payments, but as a cashless community, we encourage you to pay by card.
The Psychological Counseling Services and Training Center at the psychology department offers free and confidential services to AUC Alumni (based on availability and match). Counselors-in-training, who members of the psychology faculty professionally supervise, might help you deal with a wide variety of stress, anger problems, anxiety, time management difficulties, concentration problems, lack of motivation, interpersonal or family difficulties, self-esteem issues. Counseling sessions take place on the ground floor in the Humanities and Social Services (HUSS) building.
Due to the current shift to online operations, remote counseling sessions are done through the use of a secured HIPAA compliant telehealth platform.
For more information regarding these services or to reserve an appointment, call +2.012.0277.0301 or send an email.
AUC's Office of Athletics offers quality athletic activities and learning opportunities to the AUC community. The Office of Athletics at AUC New Cairo campus offers a wide variety of activities and programs. To apply for a membership, visit the Office of Alumni Engagement in the Administration Building, Room P002. The individual membership costs EGP 600 per semester or EGP 1,200 per year. Alumni spouses and children as of the age of 16 can purchase a membership for EGP 750. All payments must be made in cash; you will receive a membership sticker after paying in full, which will give you access to the sports complex. For more information about memberships and lockers, rentals click here. To learn more about the Office of Athletics, visit the Athletics website.
All AUC alumni are eligible to apply for membership to the AUC libraries. Apply in person at the circulation desk.
- Bring your new-style alumni ID card to be activated for library use
- The membership fee currently costs EGP 80 for a one-year membership
- Alumni have to pay the stipend at the university cashier in the administration building
- Opening hours are Sunday to Thursday, from 9:00 am until 2:00 pm
Alumni Membership Benefits:
- You may check out several books, according to the library loan policy
- Access to the AUC library facilities and collections
- Access to reference librarians and research assistance
- Use of document delivery and photocopy services (fee-based)
- On-site access to AUC library databases
AUC alumni have limited access to electronic resources due to licensing restrictions: We regret that off-campus access is unavailable for alumni. However, alumni with Egyptian citizenship have access to many rich databases and other electronic resources through the Egyptian knowledge bank. Registration is free and only requires a national ID number. Our librarians can assist you with the registration process. In addition, the library website lists a range of open-access databases, which are freely accessible. On the list of databases by title, open-access resources have a double asterisk (**) mark.
**Note the library membership ID activation is currently on hold. However, once the campus resumes regular working hours, we will continue providing the service.