Student Organizations

Whether it’s watching the stars or women’s rights that sparks your interest, you will find like-minded people in one of The American University in Cairo's (AUC) many and varied student organizations. The wide selection of co-curricular activities available at AUC reflects the diverse backgrounds and interests of the student body.  

Joining a club lets you develop your personal skills and get involved in areas of community service, student government, culture, special interests, academics, or student conferences. The University also has several student-run publications and newspapers: The Insider, Caravan and The Independent, and AUC Times.



Community Service


Political and Multicultural Organizations

The Arts and Culture 

  • The AUC Egyptian Folklore Troupe actively works on celebrating and spreading awareness about the Egyptian culture through on and off-campus performances, partaking in local and international festivals across the years.

  • This is like AUC's world of latin dance, where salsa classes introduce you to both new dance skills and a new source of fun!

  • Musicana finds the artist in you.

  • AUC Theatre and Film Club provides a platform for all AUC students who are eager to learn about all aspects of theatre and film, from acting to technicalities. With numerous departments like HR and operations to serve its members, TFC has a variety of directories that will definitely give you one of a kind experience.

Recreation and Sports

Student Governance

Special Interest

  • The Animal Rights Association aims to make a difference in the community, by increasing public awareness of animal welfare in Egypt and reducing cruelty towards animals.

  • Heya is a feminist initiative working to support, empower and educate women within and beyond the scope of the AUC community. Through fostering dialogue, enlivening debate, and initiating action, Heya seeks to create a safe, proactive, and inspirational space for passionate and critical youth.

  • The Gaia Movement's aim is to raise awareness of Egypt's most pressing environmental issues and combine this with the active engagement of students to help minimize their waste, energy usage, and carbon footprint on campus.

Faith and Intercultural