Admission and Registration

Registration

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Registration

The student fills out the required data in the form (name, university number and specialization) and then reviews the academic advisor to fill out the course registration form and sign it.

  • After filling the form, the student should review the admission and registration department to confirm the decisions mentioned in the form with the admission and registration department and receive a report of her academic schedule.

  • The registration of the student is not officially approved unless she has paid her tuition fees.

  • A student is allowed to register a maximum of 18 approved hours and a minimum of 12 approved hours.

Withdrawal of decisions
The student can withdraw (delete) a course registered in the semester with the approval of the academic advisor.  Provided that the number of hours remaining after the withdrawal is not less than 9 hours and with the approval of the dean of the college. There are two periods of withdrawal (periods are specified in the university calendar as shown in the last page):

  • The period of withdrawing courses without a financial loss, meaning that the student is not affected financially when withdrawing any course during that period.

  • The period of withdrawal with a financial loss, when withdrawing any course during this period, the student bears the fees for this course and remains in her academic record.

 
Postponing the Semester

  • The student can postpone her studies for any of the semesters and for four separate or related semesters except for the first semester to join the college. Provided that they are paid for the full tuition fees incurred and the instructions for withdrawing the courses are applied to them.

  • Scholarship students at the Ministry's expense need the approval of the Internal Scholarships Department according to the form available at the Admission and Registration Department.

 Withdrawal from study

  • The student can withdraw from the college provided that she pays the full tuition fees incurred.

  • Scholarship students at the Ministry's expense need the approval of the Internal Scholarships Department according to the form available at the Admission and Registration Department.

 
Dropout

  • It is not permissible in any way for the student to drop out of the study without formal approval from the college. In the event of her interruption without formal approval, she will lose her right to return to study. And in all cases she is required to pay all the fees required from her, the college has the right to recover the sums resulting from the student by referring to the judiciary.

 Academic load (number of credit hours per semester)

§Maximum: The academic load for the student in the college is (18) credit hours in the semester as a maximum, the student may register (21) credit hours if her cumulative average is higher than (76%) or if her graduation depends on that.

§Minimum: The academic load for a student in the college is (12) credit hours as a minimum, the student may register (9) credit hours if her average is below the (60%).

Attendance

  • It is one of the conditions for studying in the attendance college (working hours), the student is not allowed to be absent from attending lectures for more than 15% of the prescribed hours.

Marks

  • The tests are determined during the semester and according to the course, some courses have more than or less than two tests during the semester in addition to the final test, and the course mark is distributed to the tests.

  • The minimum passing score for the course is 50%.

 
 
 
Courses equation from a previous academic institution

  • If the student is transferred from another educational institution and has passing courses in that institution, she can apply for an application equivalent to these courses if they coincide with the student’s curriculum, and this is done according to procedures followed by the college.

 
GPA

  • GPA marks are the sum of the sum of the marks of the courses multiplied by the number of course hours divided by the number of hours.

  • The minimum GPA for graduation is 60%.

  • Example: The student registered the following subjects:

  • Course (a), the number of hours is 3, course (b), the number of hours is 3, course (c), and the number of hours is 4

  • The rate is calculated as follows:

(Grade of the course) + (3 × (a) grade of the course) + (3 × (b) grade of the course (4× (c)                            
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                                                3 + 3 + 4
Academic warnings
The student is warned academically if her GPA is less than 60% and more than 50% in any semester except for the first semester to join her major.
 
 
 
Dismissal from the major

  • The student will be dismissed if her average is less than 50% in any semester of the first semester to join her major.

  • The student will be dismissed if she received an academic warning and did not verify that her cumulative average was raised to 60% or more during the two semesters following the semester for which she received an academic warning.

 Objection to marks

  • An applicant may request a review of a mark made through a special form with a financial receipt of 1 R.O, only.

Documents issued by the College for students

§Proof of registration (for all students), for a fee of 1 R.O

§Student's grades revealed (regular/deferred/drop-out) on request (for a fee of 1 R.O).

§An Arabic / English graduation certificate without fees (one time only).

§A transcript of grades in Arabic and English for the graduate student without fees (one time only).

§Graduation certificate (cartoon) in Arabic only and without fees (one time only).