The Byblos campus is home to 4 separate residence halls: Dorm B, a five-floor building divided into two wings, one for men and one for women, Maatouk Building, for women only, Dorm C, for men only, and Nacouzi Building “sponsored” by LAU. Suzy Saba and a team of assistants manage the four dormitories.
- Dorm B, owned and operated by University Housing, is conveniently located, just across the street from the campus main gate. Dorm B houses 207 undergraduate full-time students and offers five types of accommodation. Check the difference.
- Maatouk Building, leased and operated by University Housing, is off campus (about a kilometer from the campus). This facility is available to women only and offers nicely furnished double rooms with bathrooms, kitchenette complete with microwaves, refrigerators, lounge facilities, a ping-pong table and some gym equipment.
- Dorm C, owned and operated by University Housing, is off campus just a few minutes’ walk (above Malik’s bookshop). Dorm C is available to men only and offers apartment-style living complete with kitchenettes, living/dining rooms, study rooms, lounge facilities and a baby-foot.
- Nacouzi Building not owned by LAU, is at a walking distance from the university and offers very nicely furnished double rooms with bathrooms, kitchenette complete with microwaves, and refrigerators.
All settings provide comfortable accommodations that meet students’ academic and social needs. Wireless internet, cable, and individual air conditioning are available in all rooms. The halls also provide cleaning and maintenance services, 24-hour security, kitchen and laundry facilities, lounge facilities equipped with cable TV, DVD player, play station, computers, free internet access, billiard/baby-foot/ping pong table, and vending machines. The common areas (hallways, lounges, common rooms, elevators, and parking lots) are all monitored round-the-clock by CCTVs. All the apartments have a living room and a fully equipped kitchenette. A free shuttle service is provided between off-campus dormitories and the campus (Maatouk and Dorm C).
Student resident assistants live on-site and help familiarize residents with the buildings and available resources as well as hall policies.
Because space is limited, students who wish to reside on campus must submit an application within the set dates. For the application and other essential forms, guidelines, and procedures, please visit Applying for housing.