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The Shared Service Center (SSC) is a multi-functional center providing services in Registrar, Admissions, Human Resources, Finance, IT and Student Life.
The Physical Plant department exists as a general services office. It provides answers to general utility questions as well as meeting the needs of offices in regards to supplies and equipment.
The Admissions Office is responsible for recruiting the finest students of the region to become future leaders for the democratic transformation of Central Asia.
The IT Department's mission is to provide the information technology required for the fulfillment of the AUCA mission in an efficient and effective manner through development, procurement, implementation, operation and support of computing infrastructure and services.
The Financial Aid Office is responsible for the management and processing of all scholarships, awards, and grants that are used to fund the education of today's students and tomorrow's leaders.
The AUCA Attorney advises the university on all legal matters.
The Medical Services office offers assistance to students, staff and faculty through an on-staff nurse, therapist, physical therapist, and psychologist.
Extracurricular Activities such as the 'Mirrors' Theater group, AUCA 'New Star' student newspaper, Student Senate, and other dent important out-of-classroom learning experiences fall within the purview of the Office of Student Life and Dean Nikolay Shulgin.
Student development and recruiting from beyond the borders of Kyrgyzstan and Central Asia, and coordinating for incoming exchange students from the rest of the world.
The primary goal of Security Services is to provide a safe and comfortable environment for the AUCA community through a variety of responsibilities, including identification checks at every entrance.
Recruiting, selecting, staffing, and hiring the best candidates is one of the important strategic goals of the University. Highly qualified faculty and staff members are our best and most valuable asset, and the key to the success of AUCA.
AUCA's Communications Office is responsible for all of the university's external communications and provides overall coordination for all aspects of of public relations. The AUCA Communications Strategy and Policy is responsible for communicating positions, messaging, and branding information; leads the university's online marketing strategy and manages the external website; and produces events and promotional publications and products to generate support for the university's mission.
Academic Advising aims to provide all students with the necessary tools and information to align their academic and career plans with their personal goals, and to prepare them for the challenges they will face after graduation.
The Information Technology (IT) department's mission is to provide the technology support required for the efficient fulfillment of the AUCA mission through development, procurement, implementation, operation, and support of the computing infrastructure and services.
The mission of the Center for Teaching, Learning, and Technology is to foster new and creative pedagogies for the 21st century. We support and encourage reflective teaching practices focusing on student learning and inspired by research. We encourage faculty in their increase of knowledge, skills, and dispositions related to the increasingly connected and technological reality.