Greek Campus

The site of the Greek campus is located a half block from the main campus and was purchased in 1964 during the presidency of Dr. Thomas Bartlett. It is the first major addition to the property owned by the university after the purchase of the main campus, 45 years earlier. Of the four main buildings in the Greek campus, the social science and continuing education were purchased and adapted for use by the university, while the main library and the Jameel building were purpose built. Please refer to the article on “History of AUC in Brief” for more detail on the history of these buildings and the article by Tom Bartlett “The day we bought the Greek campus” gives more detail about the acquisition of the buildings.

For the purpose of this website, the articles that are related to the Greek campus are grouped into the following groups:

Main Library and Platform
Social Science and Continuing Education Buildings
Jameel Building