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Tuition Settlement Policy

Undergraduate Tuition Settlement Policy

To be eligible for registration, students shall make the assigned first payment at the specified bank or at the Business Office and also settle old accounts, if any.  

First Payment

  • The first payment and Technology and Student Services fee should be paid in cash at any branch of Byblos Bank or Bank of Beirut or at the Business Office. (Payment Schedule).
    For an undergraduate full-time student the first payment is 6,000,000 LBP.
    For an undergraduate part-time student the first payment is 6,000,000 LBP.
  • The Technology and Student Services fee is 450 USD, to be paid in cash USD with each installment: 250 USD with the first payment, followed by 100 USD each for the second and third payments, for Fall and Spring semesters, and 200 USD for the summer. 
  • After paying both, the first payment and the Technology and Student Services fee, students may proceed with their registration as scheduled by the Office of the Registrar.
  • If the student fails to make the first payment on the specified dates, an extra fee of 250,000 LBP will be charged on the tuition.

Installment Schedule

A student should check his/her detailed Statement of Fees from the student information system (SIS) and then make the following payment at any Branch of Byblos Bank or Bank of Beirut or at the Business Office as shown in the schedule of payment dates.

Students who have paid the first payment for registration, but for personal reasons have decided not to join NDU, are entitled for a refund. The overpayment refund, will be processed at the Business Office.

Failure to abide by the deadlines set for the settlement of the three installments will result in the following:
  • A fine of 250,000 LBP for every delayed installment added on the tuition
  • Denial of Transcripts of records.

In addition, failure to settle the account prior to Registration time for the next semester will result in:
  • Denial of Grades.
  • Denial of Transcripts of records.
  • Denial of future registration.

Graduate Tuition Settlement Policy

To be eligible for Registration, students shall make the assigned first payment at the specified bank or at the Business Office and also settle old accounts, if any.  

First Payment

  • The first payment and Technology and Student Services fee should be paid in cash at any Branch of Byblos Bank or Bank of Beirut or at the Business Office. (Payment Schedule).
    For a graduate student the first payment is 6,000,000 LBP.
  • The Technology and Student Services fee is 450 USD, to be paid in cash USD with each installment: 250 USD with the first payment, followed by 100 USD each for the second and third payments, for Fall and Spring semesters, and 200 USD for the summer. 
  • After paying both, the first payment and the Technology and Student Services fee, students may proceed with their registration as scheduled by the Office of the Registrar.
  • If the student fails to make the first payment on the specified dates, an extra fee of 250,000 LBP will be charged on the tuition.

Installment Schedule

A student should check his/her detailed Statement of Fees from the student information system (SIS) and then make the following payment at any Branch of Byblos Bank or Bank of Beirut or at the Business Office as shown in the schedule of payment dates.

Students who have paid the first payment for registration, but for personal reasons have decided not to join NDU, are entitled for a refund. The overpayment refund, will be processed at the Business Office.

Failure to abide by the deadlines set for the settlement of the three installments will result in the following:
  • A fine of 250,000 LBP for every delayed installment added to the tuition
  • Denial of Transcripts of records.

In addition, failure to settle the account prior to Registration time for the next semester will result in:
  • Denial of Grades.
  • Denial of Transcripts of records.
  • Denial of future registration.
Refund Policy
The University makes contracts with faculty members and makes provisions for education in advance for the entire year. The Tuition Refund Policy, therefore, is based on the following:
  • Students who do not confirm their registration for the fall and spring semesters are charged 25% of the registered credits;
  • Students who confirm their registration for the fall and spring semesters are not charged any penalty on condition they maintain 12 undergraduate credits and/or 3 graduate credits;
  • During the Drop/Add period, 75% of the tuition is refunded;
  • Tuition is nonrefundable after the Drop/Add period; and
  • The refund policy applies during summer sessions; on condition, the student maintains 3 credits.
Re-enrolled Courses Policy
In reference to the NDU Gazette (Issue #2, February-March 2008), this policy states the following:

Students, who re-enroll, for any reason, in any course, shall not benefit from any financial support for the re-enrolled courses.
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