Development & Alumni Relations (DAR)

The Cairo American College community encompasses a uniquely diverse population of students and alumni that span the globe. Here at CAC’s Alumni Association, we make every effort to keep alumni connected and updated with all our latest developments. Through this site we hope that we will be able to help you foster ongoing relationships and reconnect with your former classmates. CAC would also like to engage the talents and resources of our alumni to help us maintain our standing as a world class institution.

CAC moved to its current campus in 1970. Since then, there have been substantive changes in teaching methodologies and many technological advances. With strong standards of excellence already in place, it became necessary for CAC to re-examine existing facilities to ensure that the campus could support the world class programs that the school provides. In November 2006, the Board of Trustees unanimously accepted a Master Plan for the renewal of the current CAC campus.

As you will see throughout this site, we at CAC are experiencing a period of huge development. With the improvements currently underway on our 11-acre campus, and the organization of our Alumni Association, we have a lot of work going on and a lot of information to share. The excitement surrounding the development of campus is infectious, as students, families and the surrounding Digla community witness first hand our Master Plan unfold and the new campus gradually appear.

We encourage you to browse through the information and photos featured here, read about the development of our campus Master Plan, get information on future and past events or make a gift to CAC. The website is at your disposal.

We look forward to hearing from you.

Sincerely,
Susanne El Badrawy

Susie El Badrawy

Contact Information:
Susanne El-Badrawy
Director of Development & Alumni Relations
1 Midan Digla, Road 253
Digla, Maadi
Tel: +(20-2) 2755-5555
Office: +(20-2) 2755-5537
Fax: +(20-2) 2519-6584
Email: selbadrawy@cacegypt.org

 

 

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