American Univesity of Beirut

Accommodation

​​​Accommodation on campus is optional for students attending the CAMES summer Arabic programs, so you may stay in the student dorms on AUB campus or find your own accommodation off campus.

Please read the rules and regulations for CAMES summer Arabic students residing in AUB campus housing very carefully. If you choose to live in the dorms on AUB campus, you must sign a copy of these regulations and send it to CAMES. Signing off on these regulations makes them binding. 

Residence halls on AUB campus are not coed, so women participating in the Summer Arabic program are usually housed in New Women's Hall and Jewett Hall, while men are housed in Kerr Hall.

Check the student housing page for more information about the residence halls on AUB campus.

Costs of accommodation in the dorms on AUB campus for summer 2022:

  • $1,250 - Semi-private room  (Two double-occupancy rooms sharing a bathroom)
  • $1,050​ - Double room  (Double-occupancy room sharing a communal bathroom)
The accommodation fee above covers your stay in the AUB dorms beginning two days before the start of the program and ending two days after the the end of the program. The earliest check-in time for the AUB dorms is Monday June 20, 2022 at 8:00 AM. The latest check-out time is Friday August 12, 2022 before 12:00 noon. Please do not plan to arrive earlier or stay later.​If you wish to arrive in Lebanon earlier or stay on after the end of the program, you will need to find alternative accommodation for those extra nights.

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