Attention LAU students!
As a student, you are covered by the LAU’s Confidentiality Policy, which restricts the disclosure of confidential information within and outside the University. As part of this policy, LAU may release your directory information without your consent unless you opt out of such disclosure. LAU treats the following information as directory information:
- telephone number
- student ID number
- email address
- date and place of birth and nationality
- most recent educational institution(s) previously attended
- participation in sports and activities
- major field(s) of study
- enrollment status (e.g., full time/part time, campus attended, class year)
- dates of attendance at the University
- degrees and awards received
To exclude all or part of your directory information from disclosure under the Confidentiality Policy, you may complete and sign a Directory Information Opt-Out Form and submit it to the Registrar’s Office. An Opt-Out Form will take effect once received by the Registrar’s Office for the remainder of the semester in which it is received. A new Opt-Out Form must be submitted to the Registrar’s Office at the beginning of each semester.
View the University’s Confidentiality Policy, including a copy of the Directory Information Opt-Out Form.
Application for Graduation
To be eligible for graduation, you must complete an application for graduation. This process is mandatory.
If you expect to graduate at the end of Summer 2017 or Fall 2017, please fill out the Application for Graduation and submit it to the Registrar’s Office on your campus with:
- A copy of your CAPP Degree Evaluation.
- A copy of your passport or Lebanese Identity Card.
Deadline to submit the form: March 08, 2017
You will receive the necessary graduation information by email before the registration periods of Summer & Fall 2017.
N.B. If you are enrolled in more than one degree, please submit a separate application for each degree.
The Registrar’s Office
Late Payment of Tuition
If you have not settled your tuition fees by January 31st, your course registration for Spring 2017 is cancelled. Check your registration status under Registration on the My courses page on Portal.
To reinstate your registration, please follow these steps:
- Fill out and submit a “Permission for Late Payment of Tuition” form to the Registrar’s Office (even if you still haven’t sorted out your financial issues)
- Make sure to include the signatures of your instructors validating your attendance in courses.
- Once your request is approved by the Registrar’s Office, you may proceed to pay your fees at the Business Office. A fee of $250 for late payment will be added to your account.
- Go back to the Registrar’s Office (Registration unit) to confirm your registration by showing the evidence of payment.
- Thursday, February 23rd: For submitting the “Permission for Late Payment of Tuition”
- Monday, February 27th: For paying your tuition fees. After this date, your courses will be deleted permanently and you will not be able to sit for exams or submit assignments.
Note: If you have settled your tuition fees before January 31st and your courses were deleted, please proceed to the Registrar’s Office with the receipt of payment.
Participate in the Ericsson Global Competition
For more info, visit the website.
New SAT requirements for Freshman students
As a Freshman Arts student, you must take SAT II (Math I + any other 2 subjects) and earn a minimum score of:
- 2600 on both SAT I & SAT II if you have the OLD SAT I, or
- 2150 on both SAT I & SAT II and a minimum score of 300 on every SAT subject if you have the NEW SAT I
As a Freshman Sciences student, you must take SAT II (Math II + 2 Sciences (Biology, Chemistry, or Physics)) and earn a minimum score of:
- 2750 on both SAT I & SAT II if you have the OLD SAT I, or
- 2300 on both SAT I & SAT II and a minimum score of 300 on every SAT subject if you have the NEW SAT I
Don’t share your password and change it regularly!
Passwords we use daily are the key not only to your LAU email and applications, but also to your social media, phone, bank accounts, online shopping, etc… Since you might tend to use the same password for all the above services, we highly recommend that you do not share your passwords with your friends and to periodically change them to reduce the risk of having your accounts hacked. If someone else has your password, they can access your portal, banner, financial information, and even take surveys and vote in your place.
To know more on how to change your LAU webmail password, follow this link: http://it.lau.edu.lb/faqs/change-lau-email-password.php