Ways to Give

The American University in Cairo (AUC) is grateful for gifts of every size. The support of our alumni, parents, and friends enables us to provide an outstanding academic experience for our talented students and has helped make us Egypt’s Global University. AUC is fully tax-deductible to the extent allowed by law in the United States, Canada, and Egypt. AUC is a 501(c) (3) American tax-exempt nonprofit organization. IRS ID number: 13-5647700

You may choose to make an outright gift or pledge at any time. Pledges enable a donor to plan a personal giving program that is both convenient and tax-wise. A pledge may enable some donors to consider a more significant gift than would have been otherwise possible. Should you have any questions regarding the ways to give, contact the Office of Advancement Services by email.

In order to make a gift or payment on a pledge, note the following options: 

  • Secure payments may be made online in US Dollars or Egyptian Pound.



    Wire transfer to be payable to:

    The American University in Cairo

    Wire transfer to be payable to:

    The American University in Cairo

    Phone: +20.2.2615.2481

    Phone: +1.646-918-4895

    Bank: Commercial International Bank (CIB) DownTown Branch

    33 Sherif Street

    Cairo, Egypt


    Account Number:

    EGP: 100006597011

    US$:  100010927352

    EUR:  100017313449

    GBP:  100018175899

    IBAN Number:

    EGP: EG550010000500000100006597011

    US$: EG890010000500000100010927352

    EUR: EG510010000500000100017313449

    GBP: EG120010000500000100018175899

    Swift Code: CIBEEGCX005

    Bank: Citibank, N.A. Branch #97

    411 Fifth Avenue at 37th Street New York, NY 10016


    Account Number:

    US$:  994 194 1815


    Routing code/ABA number: 021000089

    Swift code: CITIUS33







    Once you have made the transfer, kindly email a confirmation letter to Farida Ahmed at farida@aucegypt.edu.

  • Make all checks payable to “The American University in Cairo” and deliver to one of the addresses below:



    Farida Ahmed




    The American University in Cairo
    P.O.Box 74
    New Cairo 11835, Egypt

    The American University in Cairo
    Mail Code: 7389
    P.O.Box 7247
    Philadelphia, PA 19170-0001

    Phone: +2.02.2615.2481   

    Phone: +1.646.918.4895

  • The preferred method of stock transfer is via DTC from the donor’s account to AUC’s account at BNY Mellon. Contact your broker and request a transfer of shares via DTC.

    DTC Eligible Securities

    DTC# 0443
    Pershing, LLC
    For credit to account #: N7M100301
    Client account name: The American University in Cairo 

    Fed Eligible Securities (treasury securities and certain bonds)

    ABA# 021000018
    Bank of NY/Pershing
    For credit to account #:N7M100301 
    Client account name: The American University in Cairo

  • Physical Certificates and the required paperwork will be sent directly to Pershing LLC., our clearing broker-dealer. Contact Jorja Watts on +412.234.0439 or send an email for additional instructions.

    If the security is still in the donor’s name at the time the gift is made, a letter of authorization relinquishing ownership of the security is required.

  • Contact BNY Mellon Capital Markets to check on the ability to accept the mutual fund and coordinate delivery. Contact Jorja Watts on +412.234.0439 or send an email.

  • AUC faculty and staff members may choose to support AUC via payroll deduction, with fixed amounts deducted automatically every month over a set period of time. Automatic deduction plans can be updated and renewed by filling out this form and sending it to Farida Ahmed at the AUC’s Office of Advancement Services.

    For your reference, the University’s fiscal year runs from July 1 through June 30.

Gift Acceptance Policy

The American University in Cairo (AUC) is dedicated to seeking and accepting gifts that support our mission as the premier liberal arts institution in Egypt and the region. Gifts allow the University to continue to provide world-class education in state-of-the-art facilities, conduct groundbreaking research and provide financial aid to students.

To read the policy, click here.

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