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the Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago

The Dining Room at the Quadrangle Club at the University of Chicago.


The Dining Room at Club LeConte in Knoxville
The Dining Room at Club LeConte in Knoxville.


The Faculty Club at McGill University in Montreal
The Faculty Club at McGill University in Montreal.


The Dining Room at Stanford University
The Dining Room at Stanford University.

Club Privileges Around the World

The Campus Club is a member of the Association of College and University Clubs. We participate in an agreement of reciprocity with fellow member clubs. Campus Club members in good standing may visit other clubs within the ACUC.

Find participating clubs here. See the Campus Club newsletter for a highlighted club.

How it Works

Member Clubs of the Association recognize and honor a reciprocal agreement which allows individual members of a Club to visit any of the other Clubs within the Association. The reciprocal agreement encourages fellowship among the various universities and enhances the lines of communication between the associated Clubs and their individual members.

The ACUC Reciprocal Membership Card may be issued by each Club to members in good standing, along with a brochure listing the participating Clubs. The ACUC website will have the most up-to-date list of member clubs. Some Clubs require the ACUC card, others do not. Call Ann Holt at 612-624-6626 to request your card.

Visiting Other Clubs

Each Club in the Association is a unique reflection of the university community it serves. The facilities and services available, as well as hours of operation, are quite different in each Club.

To insure an enjoyable visit to another Club, it is important to check the Club's website and telephone ahead whenever possible to find out when the Club is open, and what services are offered to a visiting member.

Reservations

Reservation policies vary widely from Club to Club. While larger Clubs may be able to graciously accommodate visitors without reservations, often a smaller or busier Club cannot. Dress codes for dining also vary from region to region. The best policy is to telephone ahead for specific information.

Payment for Services

As billing procedures are also unique in each Club, visiting members are generally expected to pay for all cocktails, meals and other services at the time of their visit. Most Clubs are not prepared to invoice for services rendered. Most accept credit cards and checks. If you need to make other arrangements, please contact the Club you wish to visit in advance.

Caveat Emptor

Some Clubs require an official ACUC card. You can get one from Ann. Many Clubs require very little proof of membership. They are glad to have your business. Some Clubs require that the Campus Club verifies your membership. Ann can help with this. Call 612-624-6626 or inquire via email acholt@umn.edu.