Students

​​​​​​​​​​​This section includes information covering the students' enrollment, admission, tuitions, graduation and retention, academic achievement and financial aid.  ​​

Statistics are given as of the fall term of academic year 2019-20 (specifically: May 19, 2020), except as noted.


Faculty Enrollment Female% Male%
Undergraduate level
FAFS 373
75% 25%
FAS 3005
54% 46%
MSFEA 2394
38% 62%
FHS 262
71% 29%
HSON 193
68% 32%
OSB 1133
48% 52%
Total 7360
50% 50%
Graduate level
FAFS 107
76% 24%
​FAH 13
92​% ​8%
FAS 482
67% 33%
MSFEA 337
46% 54%
FEM 30
60% 40%
FM 122
80% 20%
FHS 136
87% 13%
​FMH
​6
​67%
​33%
HSON
55
80% 20%
OSB
252
50% 50%
Total 1540
64% 36%
Post Graduate level 
FAS 33
73% 27%
MSFEA 86
43% 57%
FEM 12
58% 42%
FM 26
81% 19%
​FHS ​5
​80% 20​%
​HSON ​6
83​% 17​%
Total  168
58% 42%
Professional
FM 439
46% 54%
 
Lebanese Arab World Europe USA Others
Undergraduate 5606
658
269
447
378
Graduate 1238
142
51
51
58
PhD 149
6
3
2
7
Professional 375
27
5
24
8
TOTAL 7368
833
328
524
451

Faculty Graduation Rate (%) Retention Rate (%)
FAFS 87%
88%
FAS 84% 81%
MSFEA 93% 95%
FHS 86% 80%
HSON 90% 80%
OSB 91% 94%
All AUB 89% 87%

  • Graduation rate is the percentage of the initial 2011 cohort who completed the program in six years or fewer.
  • Retention rate is the percentage of the cohort of all full-time bachelor (or equivalent) degree-seeking undergraduate students who entered the institution as new first-time students in fall 2016 (or the preceding summer term) and were enrolled fall 2017.
Need-based aid (includes non-need-based aid used to meet need)  US $
Non-need-based aid (excludes non-need-based aid used to meet need)  US $
Scholarships/Grants
Institutional: endowed scholarships, annual gifts and tuition-funded grants, awarded by the college, excluding athletic aid and tuition waivers (which are reported below).  34,525,651
(academic year)
1,038,654
(academic year)
Total Scholarships/Grants 34,525,651
1,038,654
Self-Help
Student loans from all sources (excluding parent loans) 3,381,422
State and other (e.g., institutional) work-study/employment (Note: excludes Federal Work-Study captured above.)  82,956
Total Self-Help 3,464,378
Parent Loans
Parent Loans 137,941

  • Need-based scholarship or grant aid: scholarships and grants from institutional, state, federal, or other sources for which a student must have financial need to qualify.
  • ​Non-need-based scholarship or grant aid: scholarships and grants, gifts, or merit-based aid from institutional or other sources (including unrestricted funds or gifts and endowment income) awarded solely on the basis of academic achievement, merit, or any other non-need-based reason.
  • Need-based self-help aid: loans and jobs from institutional, state, federal, or other sources for which a student must demonstrate financial need to qualify.
Undergraduate Grade Point Average by Faculty and Level
Fall 2019-20 Registered Students
Faculty   Freshman    Sophomore Junior Senior 4th Year 5th Year ALL
FAFS  



 
FAS



   
MSFEA  





FHS  


   
HSON  


   
OSB  


   
Average






  • No data can be provided for this section since this year we have introduced /4 scale grade and we will have /100 population and /4 scale student population with no conversion table adopted at the university at this time.​
Faculty AVG MATH AVG VERBAL AVG SAT I ​Percent in Top Tenth of High School Graduating Class Percent in Top Half of High School Graduating Class
FAFS 590
531
1120
10% 60%
FAS 637
567
1230
24% 73%
MSFEA 707
599
1307
28% 88%
FHS 626
566
1193
16% 70%
HSON 581
526
1106
41% 82%
OSB 621
552
1173
10% 61%

  • Data above is from new SAT scores which are not equivalent to old SAT scores

Faculty Applied Accepted Accepted% Registered Yield %
Undergraduate Level ​
FAFS 1373
611
45% 71
12%
FAS 8438
3072
36%​
908
30%
MSFEA 5657
1098
19% 461
42%
FHS 1692
669
40% 84
13%
HSON 545
227
42% 56
25%
OSB 1655
1117
67% 235
21%
Total 19360
6794
35% 1815
27%
​Graduate Level​
FAFS 247
120
49% 30
25%
​FAH 52
22
42​% ​4
18​%
FAS 743
319
43% 101
32%
MSFEA 408
172
42% 67
39%
FEM 37
21
57% 10
48%
FM 304
118
39% 46
39%
FHS 560
123
22% 44
36%
​​FMH
​9
​4
​44%
​3
75%​
HSON
71
23
32% 15
65%
OSB 510
209
41% 112
54%
Total 2941
1131
38% 432
38%
Post Graduate ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
FAS 31
6
19% 6
100%
MSFEA 57
19
33% 16
84%
FEM 10
2
20% 1
50%
FM 27
6
22% 4
67%
​FHS ​17
​2
12​% ​2
100​%
​HSON ​5
​2
40​% ​2
100​%
Total 147
37
25% 31
84%
Professional ​ ​ ​ ​ ​
FM 232
139
60% 120
86​%


Faculty Number Percent International Enrolled (%​)
FAFS 97
20%
​FAH
​1
8​%
FAS 1139
32%
MSFEA 372
13%
FEM 6
14%
FM 87
15%
FHS 100
25%
HSON 34
13%
OSB 300
22%
All AUB 2136
22%


FAS – Faculty of Arts and Sciences​
FAFS – Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences​
FAH – Faculty of Agricultural and Food Sciences and Health ​Sciences
MSFEA – Maroun Semaan Faculty of Engineering and Architecture
FEM – Faculties of Engineering and Medicine
FHS – Faculty of Health Sciences
FM – Faculty of Medicine
HSON – Rafic Hariri School of Nursing
OSB – Suliman S. Olayan School of Business

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