The AUM Building is conveniently located between spacious shaded parking areas with separate designations for students and staff/faculty/visitors. Special attention has been paid to ensure that all disability parking spots are located within the shortest possible distance from entrances to campus buildings. Apart from the AUM Building's main entrance, there are numerous smaller entrances spread throughout the structure to facilitate the smooth flow of students in and out of the building.
The AUM Building is the “heart” of the university campus as it houses many major components of AUM including the AUM Library, E-Library, Student Affairs and Counseling Department, Student Activities Center, student clubs and societies, and the food court. Faculty offices are located on the first and second floors and most leisure/extracurricular components - including the food court and student societies - are located in the basement, which opens out to the outdoor Roman theater.
The impact of the AUM Building’s structure is two-fold: the building offers a calm, quiet environment suitable for research and studies, and provides a dynamic and positive setting for both intellectual stimulation and student activities.
The Vehicles Inspection Center is imperative in the safety of roads and infrastructure. The center is designed around vehicle circulation and inspection zones. The center is able to inspect and accommodate cars, trucks, and larger vehicles.