Join us on this journey through our past, present and future, as we celebrate 60 years of AUP.

The University’s 60th anniversary focuses on what unites us as AUP community members who have lived, studied and worked together across six decades in Paris.

This website is designed to celebrate our community’s achievements and successes, to acknowledge how far the University has come since its first classes were held in 1962, and to project our thinking into the future, as we move ever closer to becoming the premier American international institution of higher-learning in Europe.

Join us on this journey through our past, present and future, as we celebrate 60 years of AUP.

The University’s 60th anniversary focuses on what unites us as AUP community members who have lived, studied and worked together across six decades in Paris.

This website is designed to celebrate our community’s achievements and successes, to acknowledge how far the University has come since its first classes were held in 1962, and to project our thinking into the future, as we move ever closer to becoming the premier American international institution of higher-learning in Europe.

PAST

PRESENT

FUTURE

THE FACES OF AUP

Over six decades, many people have contributed to the growth of the University, helping AUP along the path to becoming the premier liberal arts institution it is today. Meet some of the people that left a mark on AUP

Meet THE OTHERS
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Col. Karl S. Cate

Col. Karl Cate was essential to gathering support for the College and other key amenities for incoming students.

A Letter to the AUP Community

In honor of AUP’s 60th anniversary, Marie DeLamater wrote a letter for the AUP community reflecting on her experience as part of the founding of the American College in Paris and its transformation into the University as it is known today.

Read Marie DeLamater’s Letter to the AUP Community

THE FACES OF AUP

MEET THE FACES OF AUP

Over six decades, many people have contributed to the growth of the University, helping AUP along the path to becoming the premier liberal arts institution it is today. Meet some of the people that left a mark on AUP

2021-09-07T21:42:15+02:00

Col. Karl S. Cate

Col. Karl Cate was essential to gathering support for the College and other key amenities for incoming students.

A Letter to the AUP Community

In honor of AUP’s 60th anniversary, Marie DeLamater wrote a letter for the AUP community reflecting on her experience as part of the founding of the American College in Paris and its transformation into the University as it is known today.

Read Marie DeLamater’s Letter