American Univesity of Beirut

Registration procedure

​​​​​Spring 2023 - March 20 - June 9, 2022

Online registration will be open from Monday, March 6 at 10:00 am to Friday, March 10 at 4:00 pm. The UfS has an EXCLUSIVELY online registration system, online registration form can be filled by you or anyone else on your behalf. The  Limited Capacity Study Groups  are filled on a first to register, first to enroll basis. Those who complete the registration process (i.e. fill in the online application form and settle the registration fee) will be enrolled in these classes. Thus in order to guarantee your place, the registration process should be fully completed.

Registration fees

  • Individual registration fees: 
    • ​Members residing in Lebanon: 400,000 LBP (please note only in Lebanese pounds) in cash  directly at AUB's Cashier office.
    • Members residing outside Lebanon: $300 through a bank transfer
  • Couple’s registration: there will be no extra charge for couples (husband and wife/partners) i.e. couples can enroll this Fall paying one registration fee of 400,000LBP or $300 (covering both members)
  • Annual membership: we will be freezing our annual membership packages​ until further notice
  • Golden membership: a life membership gratis for every individual over 85 years of age with 6 consecutive terms at the UfS.​

 Payment: Members will receive an invoice by email from the UfS. Members residing in Lebanon should settle the registration fees in person (or through a delegate) at AUB’s cashier office (College Hall near Main Gate) in cash strictly in Lebanese Lira. AUB mandates that anyone accessing the campus should be vaccinated and security might ask for the vaccination certificate; therefore, please have it ready if you are vaccinated or send a delegate who ​is. Members living outside of Lebanon need to do a bank transfer in US dollars. For bank transfers, details will be sent by email. Due to logistical reasons, members are asked to share their paid receipts with the team once the process is complete. The registration fees payment entitles you to become a term member and thus to participate in the term activities such as study groups, lectures, specially organized cultural events, and UfS social gatherings. Registration fees are to be settled no later than the first week of the term. If the fees are not paid during that period, membership for the term will be canceled unless a compelling reason is presented to the Program Manager.

Refund and Deferment: In line with AUB policies, refund of registration fees is not possible once the term starts. Deferment can be made for one term only when a compelling reason is presented to the Program Manager and no later than the first week of the term. The person whose membership is deferred is aut​omatically considered a member in the following term yet should still fill the online registration form of the following term once it becomes available online.

AUB ID card: UfS will issue an AUB ID card to members who do not have Alumni or other AUB IDs and are currently residing in Lebanon, if they wish to have one. You will, however, always have access to campus for UfS organized activties, regardless if you have an ID or not. To get an ID card, you will need to fill in an application fo​rm and bring with you two passport photos and a copy of your Lebanese ID or your passport in addition to your vaccination card. The card costs $10​ in Fresh dollars at AUB's Cashier. Benefits of the ID: Easy campus access, Jafet Library access, discounted rate at Charles Hostler Student Center (AUB gym)​ and 15% discount at Casper and Gambini – Med Café. 

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