AUCA is governed by an international board of trustees, the university president, faculty, and staff.
AUCA's governing body, the Board of Trustees exists to advance the mission and values of the University. These leaders of industry, academia, and society from Kyrgyzstan and abroad offer advice and direction in shaping the objectives of the University and support in pursuing those objectives.
AUCA has 180 staff dedicated to creating the best educational experience for AUCA students. The staff oversees all aspects of fundraising in support of the University, overseeing the work of the University, and managing the human resource potential services of AUCA.
AUCA Academic Office staff are the members of the AUCA community that directly lead in the development of future leaders for the democratic transformation of Central Asia, headed by the Dean of Faculty.
AUCA Non-Academic staff support the work of the University outside the classroom in fields as diverse as IT, Finance, Student Life, Legal Representation, and more.
The AUCA Research Centers, the Central Asian Studies Institute and Tian Shan Policy Center, bring world class standards and a Central Asian perspective to academic research on the region.