American University - Abroad at AU

Inviting the world to study in the Nation's capital!

Operating as usual

Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 01/27/2020

Do you like basketball, burritos, and free stuff? Go to the basketball game tonight at 7pm to watch the AU Eagles battle for 1st place in our league! They're going up against the defending champions.

Here's all the stuff you can get just by attending:
-Free entry (tickets are free with your AU ID)
-Free soda
-Free pizza
-Free burritos (an important part of American culture)
-Free coupons for the WAWA (a convenience store by the AU shuttle stop at Tenleytown station)
-Free t-shirts! (Want something that says AU on it, but don't want to pay for it?)
-A chance to win a FREE TRIP FOR TWO TO NYC! (If you don't have your spring break plans locked in yet, this could be the answer!)

01/13/2020

What a great new group we have joining Spring 2020!

Timeline photos 10/30/2019

Climb, play, and grow with us at Earth Treks! We will be heading to the Crystal City location. Join us for a little bouldering, or test your grit in the higher climbs. It'll be a great time to get active and have fun. Money is due in the office by 5 pm on November 1st; you are not signed up until we receive your payment. This is a great event to bring your AU Buddy and your friends!

Timeline photos 10/30/2019

The Newseum is closing its doors at the end of the year, so make sure to join us on Saturday! The Newseum is an interactive museum that promotes free expression and the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution, while tracing the evolution of communication. While there is usually an admission fee, our trip will be free! AU Buddies are welcome!

Register at: http://ow.ly/705Z50wXEhb

Conversation Circles | National Portrait Gallery 10/25/2019

Are you looking for something to do on Friday mornings?
If you don't have class, the National Portrait Gallery offers a program called, "Conversation Circles." This is a free program for adults interested in improving their English and learning about a American history. It's offered every week!

https://npg.si.edu/event/conversation-circles-5

Conversation Circles | National Portrait Gallery Join this free drop-in program for adults interested in improving their English conversational abilities as we learn about a new subject in American history each week. Connect to history through portraiture, then break into groups for smaller conversations and activities.

10/14/2019

We want to see those great pictures you've been taking all semester! Enter in the ISSS and AU Abroad International Education Week Photo Contest for the chance to win a:
-Amazon Kindle
-Fitbit
-Instax Camera

International Student & Scholar Services and AU Abroad are excited to announce the first International Education Week Photo Contest! Our main goal is to portray the value of global learning through photos of intercultural exchange experiences. You should be included in the photo which can be of any kind of cultural exchange you were part of, such as: a traditional celebration, visit to a landscape, trying different foods, attending a local market, or sharing stories with people from different nationalities. It doesn’t matter where these photos have been taken, within the U.S or abroad, as long as YOU are included in them.

Submitted photos will be first reviewed by ISSS and AU Abroad to select the top 10 photos which will be displayed at the AU Library during the International Education Week (November 18 – 22). While the exhibit is open, visitors will vote for their favorite photos and popular votes will determine top 3 photos. Students selected for top 3 will receive following prizes:

• 1st PLACE: Amazon Kindle
• 2nd PLACE: Fitbit Fitness Tracker
• 3rd PLACE: Fujifilm Instax Camera

Click here to enter: https://forms.gle/QWTpxJcoS8M9EqVv9

Timeline photos 08/26/2019

Happy First Day of Classes!! We are beyond excited to welcome our Abroad at AU students to campus for the Fall 2019 semester!



08/22/2019

Smiling, happy, awesome Fall 2019 Abroad at AU students! (feel free to tag yourself)

Timeline photos 04/04/2019

to our students volunteering with Food & Friends last week!



Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 03/25/2019

Happy Monday!



@ Newseum

Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 02/08/2019

Fall ‘18 and Spring ‘19 put in some work today DC Central Kitchen!



@ DC Central Kitchen

Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 01/25/2019

Abroad at AU had a great morning at the Capitol with our punny tour guide, Marcus!



@ Washington, District of Columbia

Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 01/24/2019

Thanks to everyone who showed up for game night 🎲 Keep an eye out for future events!



@ American University

Timeline photos 10/08/2018

What a lovely night out at the Kennedy Center! Did you know the Millennium Stage hosts a FREE show everyday at 6 pm?



Timeline photos 09/25/2018

Join for a worldly trivia night! Do you have what it takes to seize trivia glory?

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09/17/2018
Timeline photos 09/14/2018

Current students - Looking for something to do this Saturday? Help break more attendance records for Field Hockey district day at 12pm and AU volleyball at 7pm. FREE FOOD & FREE ADMISSION - Wear your Blue Crew t-shirts!

Timeline photos 09/10/2018

Today's the last day to add or drop a class. Sarah will be in the office until around 3:30 if you need help.

Timeline photos 09/06/2018

Join us today from 2-3pm in the Abroad at AU office to have snacks and chat. Courtney, Sarah and Kiara will be here!

09/04/2018

Tomorrow, September 5th is the Fall involvement fair. Stop by to find out what types of activities and clubs you can join! The fair runs from 11:30am-2pm on the Quad.

Mark your calendar: The Fall Student Involvement Fair is next Wednesday, Sept. 5, on the Quad! Stop by to learn all about American University's student clubs and other involvement opportunities! Fair runs from 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.

Untitled album 08/29/2018

Welcome to American University!

SIS@60 looks at International Education 03/14/2018

What's the importance of international education? Join Fanta Aw, VP of Campus Life, and Allan E. Goodman, president of the Institute of International Education for a spirited conversation that looks at our world, our divisions, and what role international education can play in waging peace and spurring economic mobility.

RSVP needed: http://www.american.edu/sis/events/SIS-looks-at-International-Education.cfm

SIS@60 looks at International Education SIS@60 looks at International Education: Where are we and what does the future hold?

02/12/2018

This past weekend, Abroad at AU students escaped the rain to enjoy famous pieces of American art through the ages at the Smithsonian American Art Museum.

Photos from American University - Abroad at AU's post 02/05/2018

Abroad at AU students enjoying a beautiful winter day in Washington DC ice skating at the National Gallery of Art Sculpture Garden.

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