ABU Oratory Club (AOC):
AOC is one of the most active clubs of the university. AOC has been involved in a number of Public Speaking Competitions like Pohela Boishakh Debate, and Valentine’s Day Debate, Inter University Debate and most importantly World University Debating Championship of 2006 and so on. They are going from strength to strength. AOC has all along been a regular participant in different inter-university and inter club debating competitions. A few other new dimensions have been added with the ongoing excellence of AOC over the last few years. As an initiative of AOC, ABU is planning to host a number of large scale debating competition involving both the students of higher secondary and tertiary levels. Recently they have developed an alliance with the National Debate Foundation of Bangladesh and have hosted a number of workshops and competitions all around Bangladesh. The AOC are now busy trying to raise awareness against social issues that need addressing from all aspects of society like the one they recently hosted “Say NO to Drugs”.
ABU Drama Club (ADC):
ADC is another very active club in ABU. The regular increase in their membership number is an indication of the growing popularity of the Club amongst the students. The club has been a regular organizer of drama shows and drama workshops. The outstanding performance of different ADC shows has acquired appreciation from both student and faculty community. Every semester the club stages at least one show and most of them are their Home Productions.
ABU Performing Arts Club (APAC):
ABU Performing Arts Club’s major activities involve cultural shows during Pohela Boishakh, Valentine’s Day, Foundation Day and Convocation Ceremony. The activities of APAC include Singing, Dancing, Reciting, Choreographing etc.
ABU Photography Club (APC):
ABU Photography Club’s major activities involve hosting Photography Workshops and Exhibitions. The outstanding quality and depth of the Photographs displayed in different Exhibitions by the APC in ABU has been appreciated by student and faculty community alike