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CURRENT STUDENTS
  • *** Fall 2017 semester starts September 04, 2017
  • *** Withdrawal deadline for Summer II 2017 is on Aug 03, 2017
  • *** Make sure not to miss the payment deadline, otherwise you will be dropped from your courses
  • *** Normal Registration for Fall 2017 starts July 10, 2017 and ends Aug 10, 2017; check registration/payment deadlines online
  • ***Summer II 2017 semester starts July 2, 2017, and ends Aug 16, 2017
STUDENT HOUSING
 

AUD’s non-smoking student housing consists of four residential buildings. There are two six-story residence halls. One for females and one for males, each accommodates 184 residents. In addition, there are two four-story residence halls - one for females and one for males accommodating 168 residents each.
 
All residence halls are located in the northwest corner of the AUD campus within a two-to-five minute walk to the academic buildings, library, computer labs, cafeteria, small grocery shop and the sports facilities that include basketball, tennis and volleyball courts, as well as a soccer field and a swimming pool.
 
Each residence hall has a laundry room, a study area, a TV lounge, and a fully equipped kitchen and dining room. Campus satellite television service is provided in each lounge.
 
Internet connections are also provided in each room of all of the residence halls.
 
Separate female and male gyms are available for use by housing residents. This complete fitness facility is provided free to students living in the residence halls.
 
All rooms are double occupancy. However, there may be single occupancy rooms available in the Summer Sessions at an additional cost. Students will be notified of this availability by the Housing Manager. Each room is furnished with two single beds, two wardrobes, two desks, two chairs, and two bedside tables. Each room has a private bathroom.
 
There are a limited number of specially-equipped accommodations designed for students with disabilities.
 
Students are responsible for supplying their own bed linen, towels, toiletries, and eating utensils.

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