From: 9/6/2019   To: 9/8/2018


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 two-story AUC Bookstore and café, lecture halls, the Margo Veillon Gallery of Modern Egyptian Art, and two permanent exhibition spaces.


Inside the Historic Palace building, pictured above, are Oriental Hall and Ewart Memorial Hall. Ewart Hall has a long history of distinguished guests, including Edith Piaf and Umm Kulthoum, who performed there, prominent Egyptian intellectual Taha Hussein and many 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.

The AUC Tahrir Square campus is also home to the University's School of Continuing Education, Management Center, engineering services and the Center for Migration and Refugee Studies.

AUC Tahrir Library

AUC’s Library collections are all housed on the Main Campus in New Cairo. Tahrir Square library provides access to electronic resources of AUC's libraries.

Tobacco-Free Community

At the start of the Spring Semester of 2018, AUC began a process to transform its campuses into a completely smoke-free and tobacco-free environments by the start of our centennial year in February 2019.