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  • 09 Aug 2020
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Announcement: Online Registration

Dear students,
In order to facilitate registration procedures for the summer semester (20193), and to avoid crowding during the registration period, and in accordance with precautionary measures, the University Presidency has decided to open the possibility of electronic registration for all students, regardless of their GPA, except for the following cases that must be registered manually:
  1. Students whose first semester of the 2020/2021 academic year will be their last probation semester.
  2. Students who were academically dismissed at the end of 20191 and registered in (20192) by the decision of the Higher Education Council.
  3. All students with GPA between 1 and 1.25.
 
With the requirement of passing the prerequisite course opened in the summer semester and according to the number of hours shown in the following table on Tuesday and Wednesday 11-12/8/2020.

GPA

Minimum hours

that can be registered

Maximum hours

that can be registered

Less than 2

2 hours

9 hours

6 hours (Students of The Probation Study)

2.00-2.99

2 hours

9 hours

3.00-4.00

2 hours

12 hours

Students candidate for graduation in summer

2 hours

12 hours

 
The University Presidency advises its students to register failed courses before starting to register new courses in order to improve the GPA and avoid academic failures and low GPA, which may lead to the dismissal of the student.
Students wishing to receive academic advice can contact as of today the academic advisors or the dean, vice-deans and department managers using the university's email accounts for teachers and students.
Students who have not been able to register electronically for any reason can check with the college during the official hours of Wednesday, August 12, 2020.   We affirm that registration is not permitted to conflict or synchronize or exceed the prerequisite course for any reason. The exception is for students who are candidates for graduation in the summer course in accordance with the decisions of the Ministry of Higher Education.   Interviewing deans, vice-chancellors or university presidents will not be accepted for exceptions.