- 373 QS World University Rankings 2015
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About American University
College of Arts & Sciences
More than 100 programs in the arts, humanities, sciences, social sciences, and education, in a vibrant scholarly community offering first-rate opportunities for internship, research, and creative expression.
Kogod School of Business
An accredited business school with a global focus that offers a top-ranked undergraduate degree and full- and part-time graduate programs, including an MBA. Kogod believes profit and purpose are not at odds.
School of International Service
Located in Washington, D.C., SIS prepares graduates for global service in government, nonprofits and business.
School of Communication
Leader in emerging and traditional media with programs ranging from journalism and strategic communication to media entrepreneurship, and film and electronic media.
School of Professional and Extended Studies
SPExS offers unique internship and academic opportunities for undergraduates and graduates.
School of Public Affairs
SPA is a top-ranked school of justice, government, public administration, and policy.
Washington College of Law
Specialized programs include international law, law and government, trial advocacy, IP, and business, with unparalleled experiential education opportunities through clinics and externships.
American University is located at Washington, DC of United States.
American University's residence halls are dynamic communities that promote student learning in a fun and affirming atmosphere. Although each of our buildings have unique features and special communities, they are all designed to promote student success. Studies show that students living in residence halls perform better academically and participate more fully in campus life.
Each floor of our residence halls has an upper-class student, known as a Resident Assistant (RA), that engages students in learning opportunities and programs, provides support in mediating conflicts, and helps with transition and other student issues. Additionally, each building has a live-in, full-time, Masters Degree-level professional known as a Resident Director (RD). The Resident Director provides additional support to students and leads in the planning of learning opportunities for the entire building.
Our rooms are all furnished with a full complement of furniture and provide cable television, and wired and wireless internet access. Additionally, each has access to common floor lounges and kitchen facilities.