Named Facilities

Named Facilities

The following facilities have been named through generous contributions by AUA supporters and benefactors of the University. Through naming gifts, the University is given the opportunity to continue maintaining the facilities and support students in their pursuit of a world class education.  

Albert & Terry Bezjian Cafeteria

Serving hundreds of students, faculty, staff and guests on a daily basis, the newly renovated cafeteria is an extremely popular space in the University. With an open kitchen and serving counter, the cafeteria serves breakfast, lunch and dinner six days a week.

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133W-Virginie-Marie Hagop Bedros Baroudjian-Smith Conference Room and
233W-Craig & Joan Watjen Conference Room

With full views of Mount Ararat, these elegant conference rooms are furnished with an oval-shaped conference table with a capacity of 20 persons with additional space in the room for another 20 persons. The room is equipped with audio-visual and teleconferencing facilities. The size is 60 square meters with a total capacity of 40.

Student Union 

Students’ most favorite space on campus, the newly opened Student Union houses a large room with a kitchenette for socializing and student collaborations, a quiet room for studying, an office for meetings of the Student Council and the Editorial Board of The Bridge, and the Writing & Math Center. Covers 300 square meters with the capacity of 150 persons.

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Flo Thomasian Speck Collaborative Study Space

Situated in the Mihran and Elizabeth Agbabian Hall near the entrance of the Main Building, the glass-enclosed space serves as an extension of the library. It is equipped with workstations allowing teams of students to work on joint projects in a collaborative learning environment.

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614M - Elizabeth Lily Manoukian Classroom

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612M - Aghayan & Alexanian Families Classroom 

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Collaborative Study Rooms in AGBU-Papazian Library

Each of these study rooms has a TV monitor that can be hooked up to a computer, allowing students to work on group projects and study together, thereby facilitating collaborative learning.

Room #1 - AGBU Young Professionals Study Room

Room #4 - Irene Gyulnazarian Study Room

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214W - Melanie Ookhtens Classroom

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413M - Sona Hamalian Conference Room 

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