Contributions from donors in Lebanon and around the world are helping hundreds of LAU’s students.
Their first direct donation to LAU will immediately serve to help the institution’s students make it through the incredibly trying times they face now.
He balances a hectic 7-day work week as the Vice Chairman, Board Member, and Business Development Manager at Nehmeh Corporation, along with his passion for social work that he puts to use as the Founder of Arab.org.
LAU bids farewell to one of the longest serving and dearest members of its family, alumna Leila Al Saleeby Dagher.
The renowned Lebanese construction company has been a longstanding supporter of LAU, and continues to demonstrate its commitment to education in its most recent backing of the School of Engineering.
LAU alumnus Emile Naous is a student and graduate assistant at the University of Texas at Austin, a role and place he says he would have never reached had it not been for his alma mater.
LAU steps up its Emergency Financial Aid Fund in support of students whose education is at stake.
Karen El Boustani’s success as a pharmacy owner despite her hearing impairment serves to highlight the remarkable feats that are made possible by the continued support of the institution and its young scholars.
Since the launch of the LAU Emergency Financial Aid Fund in December, the university's community has witnessed a wave of support from its valued family of donors, including its alumni chapters worldwide.