SIS Alumni Relations Office
Students and alumni are welcome to make an appointment with the SIS Office of Alumni Relations to learn more about how to take advantage of their AU SIS Alumni Network. Make your appointment today!
The Career Center teaches undergraduates, graduate students, and alumni how to develop educational and career goals, decision-making skills, and job search strategies needed to manage their professional and academic pursuits.
Center for Community Engagement and Services (CCES)
CCES offers programs and resources to connect students to volunteer and service-learning opportunities in the Washington, D.C., community and beyond.
Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI)
CDI is resource and liaison for students, staff, and faculty on issues of equity through education, outreach, and advocacy. CDI is dedicated to enhancing LGBTQ, multicultural, first generation, and women’s experiences on campus; promoting student retention, graduation, and academic achievement; and collaborating with campus partners, in particular those that work with international students, students with disabilities, and students with active religious affiliations to create a safe, supportive, and empowering community for all, regardless of identity.
Center for Langauge, Exploration, Acquistion, and Research (CLEAR)
CLEAR is is committed to promoting and facilitating AU students’ acquisition and enrichment of language skills and cultural competency
The Counseling Center offers individual and group counseling, workshops, referrals, self-help materials, and classes and workshops on topics related to psychological well-being (e.g., stress and anxiety, culture shock/adjustment, depression, eating and body-image concerns, alcohol and drug use, etc.). The Counseling Center staff includes psychologists and graduate-level trainees. Counseling services are confidential, in accordance with professional and legal standards, and are free of charge.
International Programs Office
The SIS Office of International Programs (OIP) seeks to promote cross-cultural awareness and enhance international understanding by providing students access to opportunities that will support their personal and professional development.
International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS)
ISSS provides cross-cultural advising and programming for all members of the university community, in addition to specialized immigration services for foreign students and exchange visitors. It administers the F-1 Non-Immigrant Academic and Language Student Programs and the J-1 Exchange Visitors Program (i.e., students, scholars, professors, researchers, and similar persons coming to the university for temporary periods for the purpose of education exchange).
Kay Spritual Life Center
The Kay Spritual Life Center is an interfaith center, home to two dozen religious communities, and a place for AU students, faculty, and staff to reflect on meaning, find purpose, and build community.
Student Conduct and Conflict Reconciliation Services (SCCRS)
SCCRS oversees the work of the student judicial system, which adjudicates violations of the Student Conduct Code through disciplinary conferences and hearings before the Conduct Council, a community review board of students, faculty and staff members. SCCRS also teaches alternative conflict resolution and management skills that help individuals and groups understand the causes of conflict, their respective roles in the conflict, and learn a model for problem solving and communication.
Student Health Center (SHC)
SHC staff provides outpatient medical care, including treatment for minor emergencies, acute illness, and routine and annual gynecological care, and administers immunizations and allergy injections. SHC oversees compliance with D.C. law that requires all students under age 26 attending schools in the District to provide proof of having had appropriate immunizations. SHC also coordinates the administration of the Student Health Insurance Plan and the Tuition Refund Insurance Plan.
The Wellness Center provides health education resources and programs for AU students. Its mission is to provide students with wellness resources; promote healthy lifestyles; reduce risk behaviors; and offer a safe, non-discriminatory environment. Health education is based on the philosophy that wellness encompasses many dimensions including physical, emotional, spiritual and social wellness. The primary goal of the Wellness Center is to help students develop positive, healthy lifestyles that will endure throughout their lives. The center also provides confidential victim advocates through its Office of Advocacy Services for Interpersonal and Sexual Violence (OASIS)