There is a large range of diverse and fully inclusive clubs and activities at AUR. Some are faculty-led and some are student-led, but all are dynamic and fun and we encourage all new students to get involved in at least one of our extracurricular offerings. If there is a club or activity you'd like to see that we don’t currently have, come and set it up yourself. Student Life will be here to help.
The AURSG exists to serve, represent and advocate for the AUR student body. If you have any issues with life at AUR, if you want to make change happen, we're here to help.
Archaeology and Classics Club
Join fellow archaeology enthusiasts for trips and visits to archeological sites. Sharing information on archaeological interests, techniques, and excavations.
The Business Club's mission is threefold – social (have fun with like-minded students), functional (learn about business) and service (give back to the AUR community).
Providing a space for all cultures and experiences within the student body, and enabling expression through platforms that celebrate cultural difference and holidays.
DRAMATIC ARTS Club
All the world's a stage, and all the men and women merely players - come and join our stage!
Providing a conduit for creative students to showcase their abilities and share their work with the public, no matter their media of choice.
We play tabletop games, online games, card games, and everything in between. No prior experience necessary, everybody welcome, fun-time guaranteed.
International Relations Club
Raising awareness about world events and stimulating discussions about world affairs through movie nights, multicultural dinners, and fundraisers.
Bringing together the LGBTQ+ community and their allies in a positive and non-judgmental environment where they can fully express their indviduality and shared experiences while promoting tolerance and acceptance.
Aiming to support and nurture the creative talents of our students by facilitating the creation of fundraisers, field-trips, and media-related events throughout Rome.
Building a community outside of the classroom through the engaging game of Spikeball. "Some say that if volleyball and foursquare had a baby it’d be named Spikeball."
Amazing Grace Gospel Choir
Led by our the outstanding Timothy Martin, the choir offers a great way to integrate with local Italians and is open to any AUR student who would like to join.
Offering the AUR community opportunities to meet and integrate with locals and fellow expats/migrants via participation in locally based efforts to effect positive change.
Women's Advocacy Group
Advocating for women's issues and rights both at AUR and in a wider context.
Women of Color United
Aims to unite and empower women of color through dialogue and discussion in order to create solutions to social justice issues that are negatively impacting our community. All women of color and allies are welcome.