How to Make a Gift

  • ​​​​​​​​​​​​Online

Make an online gift using a credit card on our secure page. AUB accepts most major credit cards.

  • ​By mail

Print the form​, complete it, and mail it to AUB in Beirut or New York.

American University of Beirut 
PO Box 11-0236, Riad El-Solh 
Beirut 1107 2020
Lebanon 
+961-1-350000

​​​American University of Beirut 
The Debs Center 
3 Dag Hammarskjold Plaza, 8th floor 
New York, NY 10017-2303 
USA

  • Wire transfers

Please use the following information for wiring securities or cash to AUB:

    • Beirut Account:
Bank name: Citibank, NA Lebanon
Account name: American University of Beirut                                                                                       
IBAN: LB16011500000000000600224115 (**Please make sure to provide this number in your transaction)
Account number: 0-600224-115
Bank Swift Address:  CITILBBE

    • New York Account:
Bank name: JP Morgan Chase
Bank routing number: 021-000-021
Account name: American University of Beirut
Account number: 005-022622
Swift code:  CHASUS33

  • Other gifts

If you want to make a major gift, an estate gift, a gift of securities, a multi-year pledge, or a gift to support an initiative that you do not see listed above, please call us at (212) 583-7600 in New York; + 961-1- 350-000 x 2546  in Beirut; or email us at giving@aub.edu.lb.

  • Help?

If you have any questions, please email us at giving@aub.edu.lb or call us at +961-1- 350-000 x 2546 in Beirut or 212-583-7600 in New York.  We’re here to help.​​

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