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.
Thanks to LAU and its supporters, Carla Ghanem is thriving at the institution and in her community, and is using all the knowledge and skills she has gained in the process to dream big.
Accidentally witnessing an open-heart surgery could have been a horrifying experience for many young children, but for Yves Najem Mrad, it was a pivotal moment.
Three months after its launch, the LAU Emergency Financial Aid Fund continues to draw the university’s community together for an important cause.
Volunteer social worker and student Marianne Al Awar credits the Civic Engagement department at LAU, and the guidance of her professors and peers, for instilling the values in her that have led to many of her achievements today.
Ensuring students have the resources to stay enrolled at LAU is the university’s priority amid the country’s challenging economic environment