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​Generous support from our alumni and friends helps make an AUB education accessible to students who, without this support, might not be able to attend.

Need-Based Scholarships

AUB is committed to providing affordable education to the deserving students who contribute to the diversity of our student body.  We believe that every student who is accepted to AUB should be admitted, regardless of their economic circumstances and without the burden of long term debt. 

Need-Based Scholarships can make a vital difference for a student and their ability to accept a place at AUB. 

Endowed Scholarship Funds
Endowed Scholarship Funds provide student support in perpetuity, and can be established with a minimum commitment of $100,000.  Donors who establish, or contribute to, an endowed fund, do so because they want to make a gift that will benefit AUB not just today, but for generations to come.
To learn more about establishing an Endowed Scholarship Fund, please refer to our Endowed Scholarship Funds FAQs
Current Use Scholarship Funds
Donors can name a Current Use Scholarship Fund with a minimum commitment of $10,000 per year for a period of three years. Unlike an endowed scholarship, these funds are annually renewable, and spent in full on the scholarship.

We invite you to speak with our Development staff to learn more about how you can help support AUB students.

Beirut Advancement Office
Imad Baalbaki, Vice President for Advancement + 961-1- 350-000 x 2540

New York Advancement Office
(212) 583-7600 

The 150 for 150 Scholarship Initiative

In March 2015, President Peter Dorman launched the 150 for 150 Scholarship Initiative, continuing AUB’s strong drive to provide affordable education to the deserving students who contribute to the diversity of our student body.

The 150 for 150 Scholarship Initiative is an ambitious effort to increase the number of student scholarships funded through philanthropy.

Our objectives:

  • Establish 150 endowed scholarships – full or partial tuition - to assist students who might not otherwise be able to benefit from an AUB education.
  • Increase the amount of financial assistance awarded to students through need-based grants and need-based scholarships.
  • Maintain our competitive profile by offering attractive financial aid packages to students who might be considering other institutions.
  • We invite you to learn more about AUB’s 150 for 150 Initiative.


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