AIC isn’t just where you go to school — it’s your home away from home.
In addition to an inspiring learning environment, we want to create an inspiring living environment too. We want you to love where you sleep and hang out, enjoy nutritious meals and always feel safe and protected.
There are three residence halls on campus and two near our athletic fields. Living on campus is a great way to connect with other students — and the college itself.
Find whatever you’re in the mood for, from hand-carved sandwiches to freshly prepared entrees in the Dining Commons. For a quick snack, hit up the Hive. Or chill out in the Stinger, our new pub and lounge.
We give students an urban college experience with a suburban feeling. Our campus is incredibly safe, thanks to 24/7 patrolling by our campus police officers and monitored access to each residence hall.
The Concerns Assessment, Referral, & Education (CARE) Team is a group of professionals from across the campus and across disciplines that reviews cases and implements timely interventions for student situations where student behavior raises concern.
The Office of International Student Life is here to answer your questions and help you in adjusting to your new American home and campus family.
The mission of James J. Shea, Sr. Memorial Library is to assist the American International College community in their quest for knowledge by providing resources and services that support information literacy, encourage life-long learning and promote personal fulfillment.
Have questions? We have information. Get a student handbook, learn what to bring with you to college, find your way around with a campus map, see where you need a permit to park and more.
We’re here to help you get the most out of your college experience — whether that’s getting involved in student organizations, playing sports or simply keeping yourself healthy. Our division includes:
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