Students

Registrar Office

Mission
The Office of the Registrar at USEK is privileged to serve students from the moment they apply to USEK to the time of their graduation.

As part of its activities, the Registrar’s Office is responsible for issuing student IDs, as well as official academic transcripts and certificates. It manages requests such as readmission, interruption of studies and change of academic program or of campus, in accordance with the regulations in force. Moreover, it supervises the registration process and updates the catalogue, in addition to organizing and managing course and final exam schedules.

The Office of the Registrar takes joy in being the interpreter of USEK’s academic policies and the steward of all student records from application to degree conferred.
Services to students
  • Deliver ID cards to students
  • Admission of continuing education students, free listeners and cross-registration students
  • Deliver certificates, official transcripts, course descriptions and diplomas
  • Update and modify the students’ personal information
  • Handling of all forms such as: readmission, change of program, change of campus, change in personal information, withdraw, interruption of studies, term withdraw, double major and exemption
Administration
Registrar of the University : Dr. Joseph Azzi
Deputy Director: Mr. Fadi Matta

Secretariat :
  • Opening : Monday through Friday from 8:00 a.m. till 4:00 p.m. (closed on USEK holidays)
  • Location on the plan: building A – Ground Floor
  • Contacts : E-mail : registrar@usek.edu.lb ; Tel. : (+961) 9 600 400 ; Fax : (+961) 9 600 401
Merit Scholarship Regulations

Description

Merit scholarships are calculated at the end of each Fall and Spring semesters. Qualified Undergraduate and Graduate students are notified by email (to the USEK student email).

All Merit Scholarship beneficiaries will have to pay the first installment of their tuition fees.

The Merit Scholarship discount applies to the student’s entire tuition fees, excluding registration fees and the annual National Social Security Fund (NSSF) membership fees.

Remark:
- The Merit Scholarship does not cover the Summer session.
- The Merit Scholarship does not cover the Pontifical Faculty of Theology degrees and teaching diploma.

Undergraduate Studies

At the beginning of each semester, the University grants merit scholarships to students who have completed a minimum of 30 credits at USEK (excluding Freshman and remedial courses) with a cumulative GPA  87/100 in the Undergraduate Program and who meet the following criteria:

 Cumulative GPA      Percentage
 87.0 – 87.99      5%
 88.0 – 88.99      10%
 89.0 – 89.99      15%
 90.0 – 90.99      20%
 91.0 – 91.99      25%
 92.0 – 92.99      30%
 93.0 – 93.99      40%
 94.0 – 94.99      50%
 95.0 – 100      75%
 
Students who rank first in their respective School/Faculty will be granted a 75% Merit Scholarship.

N.B.: Students who rank first in each division of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, and Music) will be granted a 75% Merit Scholarship.

Graduate Studies

At the beginning of each semester, the University grants merit scholarships to students who have completed a minimum of 9 credits at USEK with a cumulative GPA  90/100 and who meet the following criteria:

 GPA (Graduate Studies)      Percentage
 90.0 – 90.99      5%
 91.0 – 91.99      10%
 92.0– 92.99      15%
 93.0 – 93.99      25%
 94.0 – 100      50%

Students who rank first in their respective School/Faculty will be granted a 50% Merit Scholarship.

N.B.: Students who rank first in each division of the Faculty of Arts and Sciences (Humanities, Social Sciences, Sciences, and Music) will be granted a 50% Merit Scholarship.

Remarks:
- Graduate programs offered in collaboration with other universities (Master of Business Administration - Human Resources (Panthéon Assas – Paris II, France), Master of Business Administration -Management and International Affairs (HEC Montreal), Master of Laws in International & Comparative Law, Master in International Contracts and Master in Business Law) are not included in the scholarship list.
- Financially supported graduate programs are not included in the scholarship list.

Merit scholarships are forfeited in any of the following cases:

a. Academic probation
b. Change of academic program
c. Interruption of studies
d. Course(s) Withdrawal (W)
e. Term Withdrawal (WW)
f. Course failure
g. Part-time enrollment (less than 12 credits per semester for Undergraduate studies or less than 6 credits per semester for Graduate studies)
h. Enrollment in an exchange program (grade P or R)
i. Upon decision of the Disciplinary Council.

USEK makes education affordable
Undergraduate-to-Graduate Merit Award

Based on USEK’s commitment to make education affordable for all, our unique educational experience is defined not only by dedicated and expert faculty, but also by students who are self-motivated, talented and driven to succeed.
In recognition of exceptional academic accomplishments, USEK has established a new Merit Award as an investment in our bright young minds and our classroom environment.

This Merit Award is granted automatically to eligible students wishing to pursue a graduate degree under the following conditions:
a. The students who rank first and second in each program will be granted a 50% and 25% scholarship respectively.
b. This scholarship is valid for one semester only (the semester following the student’s graduation). At the end of that semester, the rules and regulations of Graduate Studies scholarships will apply to the Merit Award recipient who has completed 9 credits.
c. If the student who ranks first does not apply for a Graduate program, the student who ranks second cannot take their place.
d. If the student who ranks second does not apply for a Graduate program, the student who ranks third cannot take their place.
e. Graduate programs offered in collaboration with other universities (Master of Business Administration - Human Resources (Panthéon Assas – Paris II, France), Master of Business Administration -Management and International Affairs (HEC Montreal), Paris II, Master of Laws in International & Comparative Law, Master in International Contracts and Master in Business Law) and financially supported graduate programs are not included in the Merit Award list.
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Fax : (+961) 9 600 100
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