A message from LAU President Michel E. Mawad
After three back-to-back catastrophes — all of which are ongoing — our students and their families are experiencing extreme economic hardship. More than 70 percent of our 8,500 students have demonstrated new financial need — many to the extent that they have considered dropping out of LAU.
Losing a generation of youth isn’t an option, nor will LAU fall short on its motto of not yielding. Keeping LAU students enrolled is of utmost importance to the institution, Lebanon, and the world if we want to see any prosperity and peace in the future. Learn more about this campaign.
We can now help
more students (?)
to reach 250!
Gifts in LBP or USD (including Lebanon-based funds) are gratefully accepted.
Alumni, faculty and friends of LAU are donating an impressive body of art to the benefit of students.
A few words from our students to the heroes that helped save their academic year.
There’s a new way to contribute to LAU’s emergency fund.
Double the value of your support for our students in need, thanks to new matching gifts by LAU benefactors Mersaco and Dima Healthcare.