Student Clubs


AUA is committed to supporting student development outside of the classroom through student clubs.

Students at AUA are encouraged to get involved in various student activities outside of the classroom. You can join any existing club or start your own when the call for club applications is open. 

Whether you are a movie buff or passionate about yoga, acting, music, dance, enjoy taking unique photographs, playing sports, giving back to the community or you prefer exploring business opportunities or you are drawn to the world of law and finance, you can find a club close to your heart.

For more information, please contact [email protected].

How to Start a Club

Call for Student Club Applications 2022 is OPEN.

Deadline: 23:55, September 23, 2022

Do you have any hidden talents you would like to discover? Have you got any interests you would like to explore and pursue? Would you like to meet interesting people who share similar interests? Do you want to learn new skills and have fun?

Students at AUA are encouraged to get involved in various student activities outside the classroom. You can join an existing club or start your own.


All students who are interested in starting a new organization (club) must complete and submit a Student Organization (Club) Charter Form  by 23:55 on September 23, 2022.

You can consult with the Coordinator of Co-Curricular programs at [email protected] to get answers to all your questions regarding student clubs and application procedures.

Please carefully read the information below:

  • The club application should be submitted in a timely manner. If you missed the deadline, the form will no longer be receiving responses.
  • All the clubs must have an adviser. Any AUA full-time faculty or staff can be chosen for this position. As a future club leader, you need to reach out to a faculty or staff member with the request to become an adviser. Advisers assist the student organization in their activities, in understanding university policies, and in resolving potential conflicts. Please read more about the Adviser’s Role and Responsibilities.
  • All the clubs must submit their constitution to the Coordinator of Co-curricular Programs after their application is approved. Please see the sample of the Student Organization Constitution.


The Office of Student Affairs annually organizes the Student Club Fair. This is a day when you can meet the leaders of approved clubs, ask any questions you may have and if you are interested, you can sign up to become a member of one or more clubs.

However, if you missed the Club Fair, you can contact the club leader to learn about the procedures of joining the club.

Organizing an Activity

If a club wants to organize an activity/event, here is a form to complete. The form must be submitted by the club leader to the Coordinator of Co-curricular programs ([email protected]) 6-8 weeks prior to the activity/event.


Student Clubs 2022-2023

 Student Club

Primary Contact 

Anime & Manga Club [email protected]
AUA Dance Club [email protected]
AUA esports [email protected]
AUA Tennis Club [email protected]
AUA Volleyball club [email protected]
AUAMUN [email protected]
Board Games Club [email protected]
Books & Beyond [email protected]
Chess Club [email protected]
Civic Education [email protected]
Cubing Club [email protected]
Data Warriors [email protected]
Debate Club [email protected]
Discovering the Bible [email protected]
K-Korner [email protected]
Math Enthusiasts [email protected]
Peer counseling [email protected]
Resonance [email protected]
Speak-up Club [email protected]
TEDxAUA Club [email protected]
The Budding Art
Connoisseurs Club
[email protected]
The Middle Ages [email protected]
The Science Club [email protected]
Time to Act [email protected]
Volunteers’ League [email protected]
World of Culture [email protected]