Fees at AUB are assessed on a per-credit basis based on a maximum of 15 credit hours per semester. Students enrolling for more than 15 credit hours may do so at no additional charge. Prospective students should also bear in mind that the cost of their education at AUB typically will include additional expenses such as student housing, food expenses, medical insurance and social security fees.
All academically gifted students, regardless of their socio-economic background, should have access to AUB. Please note that your admissions status will not be jeopardized by applying for financial aid. AUB has a strong financial aid program to assist needy students in meeting the cost of their education.
AUB’s Office of Financial Aid has devised several types of need-based assistance programs. These include grants based on the financial status of the student’s family, student loans at low interest rates and favorable repayment options, academic merit scholarships, work study programs that allow students to finance their education while acquiring professional skills at various offices in the University, and assistantships for graduate students.
To find out more about our financial aid programs and how to apply, please visit our Office of Financial Aid website.