AFU encourages students to form student clubs that reflect their interests and activities. Based on the student needs and current educational, social trends, the Student Affairs can form new student clubs; additionally, AFU students are given also the opportunity to form their own clubs based on their interests. In order to form a new club, students submit a formal proposal letter to the Student Affairs. Consequently and in coordination with the Student Affairs and the Media Office, approved student clubs could then promote their clubs and encourage other students to become members via AFU’s official social media accounts and on-campus-printed announcements. By filling the registration form in Student Affairs, new members can join the newly established clubs. Collectively, each student club consists of 6 (minimum) to 10 (maximum) members and runs for one academic year. Designated club coordinators, faculty members specialized in the club’s field, aim to advice club members on club activities and provide an academic insight to the areas of the club.
All Clubs should be approved by the University Administration.
The proposal letter should clarify the purpose of the club and be submitted during the first 2 months of Fall Semester of each year.