Visitor Information

Visiting the University is the best way to get a feel for our vibrant campus environment, learn about our facilities, and meet students, faculty and staff.  We have two campuses: AUC New Cairo, a stunning, modern oasis outside of the city; and AUC Tahrir Square, a treasured, historic landmark in downtown Cairo.

Fall 2022 Guidelines


AUC students taking campus tour.

Campus Tours

AUC offers on-campus tours at select dates throughout the  year.

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AUC Portal

Campus Access

No fees are charged for accessing AUC campuses; however, access to campuses is authorized by different offices.

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AUC - New Cairo Campus Map

Campus Maps

AUC’s 260-acre, state-of-the-art campus is technologically advanced and environmentally sensitive. Check out our interactive mapprintable mapjogging and cycling map and our directional map.

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Event Planning

AUC offers meeting space on two campuses - AUC New Cairo and AUC Tahrir Square – that are ideal for academic conferences, executive classes, dinner seminars, and public lectures.

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AUC Portal Garden

AUC New Cairo

The AUC New Cairo campus weaves together Egyptian urban and architectural traditions into a breathtaking modern campus with state-of-the-art resources.

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tahrir campus

AUC Tahrir Square

The historic Tahrir Square campus has been the center of cultural and social life in Cairo for nearly 100 years.

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New York Office

The University's administrative office in New York manages its outreach to U.S.-based constituents. 

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Tobacco-Free Campus

At the start of the Spring 2018 semester, AUC began a process that will transform both of our campuses, Tahrir and New Cairo, into a completely smoke-free and tobacco-free environment by the start of our centennial celebration in February 2019.

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Bike Share

Bikie is an AUC Bike Share service in which bikes are made available for shared use to individuals on a short term basis for a price or for free. Bike shares allow people to borrow a bike from a station and return it back either to the same station or at another.

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