Deanship of Student Affairs

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King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, was handed the gold and silver excellence plaques that were awarded to the Scouts Team for its latest activities supervised by the Deanship of Student Affairs.

 

Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Abduallah Al-Atheed, explained that the deanship's scouts team had received numerous excellence awards during the past year, which included the Golden Plaque for Ramadan Public Service and the Silver Plaque for the National Environment Protection Project. Dean Al-Atheed pointed to the importance of the participation in public and community activities, which are in accord with the Kingdom's 2030 vision and supports community service and student sense of community responsibility.

 

Dean Al-Atheed thanked the members of the university administration for their support. He also thanked the supervisors of the scout team and members for their participation and contribution to the university.

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King Khalid University, represented by the Deanship of Student Affairs, received the Silver Plaque Award for the National Environment Protection Project. The university won the award in an intense competition that included all Saudi Universities, education departments, and participating entities.

 

The team participated by presenting a number of environmental projects and initiatives that support a clean green environment, in addition to educational awareness programs that included: planting over 500 trees, anti-groundwater depletion initiatives, the protection of forests and green areas, and clean environment/water consumption initiatives. The team also made a number of field visits and held competitions to increase the public's environmental awareness.

 

Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al-Atheed, explained that the university's participation is a result of directives to fulfill its role in motivating and encouraging social responsibility. Moreover, it also comes in line with Saudi Vision 2030, which has set environmental and sustainable development as one of its main objectives.

 

On the occasion, the Deanship of Student Affairs honored all team members, supervisors and participating entities, thanking them for their extraordinary efforts. It is worth noting that the university teams were also honored in a ceremony held by the Saudi Arabian Scouts Association. The university team thanked the university rector, the Deanship of Student Affairs, the Deanship of Academic Development and Quality, and all supporting entities for their continued support and encouragement.

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The King Khalid University Scouts Team, Jawalaa, participated in the service of pilgrim camps in Mecca during Ramadan 1440 AH. The university scouts consisted of two groups and 27 members.

 

On the occasion, Dean of Students Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al-Aideed, explained that the participation of the university's scouts team is in coordination with the Saudi Scout Association, which aims to help organize and manage crowds during the Ramadan. The team's participation lasted for 17 days and was preceded by the Deanship's training and preparation through a number of programs and courses.

 

King Khalid University is always keen to take part in the annual service of the pilgrim camps as part of the objectives community service and noble public contributions. The university will continue to strive to meet its community roles as one of the leading educational institutions in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

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King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, honored the faculty members of the Deanship of Student Affairs in a ceremony at the main campus. In his opening remarks, the Rector thanked the staff members for their hard work, dedication, and exemplary results. He noted the diversity and the quality of the programs the Deanship conducted for the benefit of the students and faculty.

 

Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al-Aideed, thanked His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy for his support of the Deanship and sponsorship of its many programs and functions. Dean Al-Aideed also thanked his staff, whose tireless efforts made all of the Deanship's efforts possible. He noted that the programs have conferred great benefits upon the students and the university community. Dean Al-Aideed recounted a few of the achievements made by this year including:

 

  • Adoption of the new organizational structure of the Deanship;
  • Publication of the emergency procedures handbook;
  • Revision of the salary scales;
  • Adoption of funds regulations;
  • Adoption of student housing regulations;
  • Organizing and archiving transaction histories.

 

The Deanship is now working in cooperation with the General Administration of Information Technology and the Vice rector of Academic Affairs to upgrade all electronic services.

 

His Excellency honored the members of the Deanship, including: Dr. Amer Ja'far, Raed Al-Qahtani, Yousef Al-Ahmari, Abdullah Al-Khubia, Ali Al-Qahtani, Abdullah Al-Dreem, Abdulaziz Al-Shehri, Nayef Al-Shahrani, Saeed Al-Amri, Mohammad Abu Hashra, Abdullah Al-Shahrani, Ayman Asiri, Fawaz Al-Thiabi, Mohammed Al-Kaabi, Ali Al-Hassan, Ali Al-Wahabi, Masli Al-Qahtani, Said Zuifir and Qabil Al-Yazidi. The Rector presented all of the above with commemorative certificates.

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The Deanship of Student Affairs recently organized a sports tournament that takes place during the first ten days of Ramadan. The events include the Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy Football Tournament and the Dr. Saad Du'ajim Table Tennis Championship.

 

The Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Khalil Asiri, explained that athletics are an important recreational activity that helps relieve stress from rigorous academic programs. He also noted that team sports and friendly competition build camaraderie among those in the university community.

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Vice Rector of Female Student Affairs, Dr. Khlood Abu Melha, hosted several student affairs directors from universities around the Kingdom at the closing ceremony of student activities at King Khalid University for this academic year. In her opening remarks, Dr. Abu Melha explained that her mission is to provide the necessary environment and tools for outstanding student achievement and continuous improvement of major university functions. Vice Dean of Female Student Affairs, Dr. Fatimah Shaban, further explained that all university student affairs efforts are an investment in the professional and civic development of future graduates. Student affairs professionals are there to encourage academic achievement, and support students' latent talents. She also related that young people are the future of the nation and a necessary element of the national development strategy.

 

Ceremony attendees watched a documentary film that encourages student development. Later there was an awards ceremony honoring various student affairs unit officers including:

 

  • Dean of the Faculty of Science and Arts at Ahad Rufaida, Dr. Salma Abdullah Al-Gharabi;
  • Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science in Rijal Alma, Dr. Abeer Zaher Al-Almaie;
  • Ms. Hanadi Shahrani;
  • Ms. Maryam Al-Mahia.

 

In addition, awards were conferred upon some of the outstanding clubs and school organizations operating among the universities including:

 

  • Student Club in the College of Arts and Science at Ahad Rufaida (First Place);
  • Community College in Abha (Second Place);
  • College of Home Economics (Third Place);
  • College of Arts and Science (Fourth Place);
  • College of Arts and Science in Tanumah (Fifth Place).

 

At the conclusion of the ceremony, the Dean and Vice Dean of Student Affairs thanked His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy as well as the organizers and participants.

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King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy, recently presided over the for the closing ceremony for student activities in the 2018-19 academic year. The university Vice Rectors, College Deans, Vice-Deans and students congregated in the theatre at the main campus in order to give the organizers of all student activities a proper send-off.

 

Rector Al-Solamy: 'Student activities help create a balanced education and promote social cohesion'.

 

His Excellency first toured the exhibition which showcased some of the student activities and achievements for the academic year. Also included in the exhibits was a calligraphy collection honoring outstanding creativity. In his opening remarks, the Rector expressed his overwhelming joy and satisfaction with the Deanship of Student Affairs in supervising and encouraging students to unlock their potential. He also commended students for their participation in extracurricular activities in research, sports, and fine arts. 'Student activities help create a balanced education and promote social cohesion', he said. His Excellency then thanked the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Abdullah Al-Aideed, for his continuous hard work in helping the students with every sort of issue and difficulty.

 

In turn, Dr. Abdullah Al-Aideed thanked His Excellency for his unwavering support throughout each semester. He noted that the Deanship of Student Affairs' mission is to provide a healthy and stimulating environment that allows the students to flourish. He congratulated the graduates on their accomplishments and wished them well in the future. The Dean then showed a short video summarizing the department's objectives, methods, and accomplishments.

 

His Excellency concluded the ceremonies by recognizing a number of student organizations and honoring exceptional participants.

The Student Activity Closing Ceremony
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King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh R. M. Al-Solamy, crowned the winners of the Fifth Cultural Olympics. The event slogan, 'It's Not About the Competition, It's About the Student', really captured the conviviality of the activities, which lasted three days under the organization of the Deanship of Student Affairs.

 

His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy confirmed that the university is keen on holding activities that enhance academic performance, thanking the organizing committee for their efforts in support for such activities. He then explained that the university will host, in the coming weeks, the Saudi University Scientific Olympics as part of the Academic Affairs Agency and the Student Affairs Deanship initiative, stressing the importance of working as a team for the success of such activities.

 

On his part, Vice Dean of the Student Affairs Deanship, Dr. Yaha Ghnaie, welcomed senior leadership in attendance and thanked them for their participating, stressing that the main goal of the event is to uncover nascent student talents and motivate participants.

 

Rector Al-Solamy: 'The university is keen to hold activities that enhance academic performance'.

 

The university rector also inaugurated specialized scientific courses implemented by the Deanship of Student Affairs in cooperation with a number of faculties. These new courses were designed in accord with specific criteria supervised by a team of representatives from the university colleges.

 

Participants in the competition provided many awe-inspiring recitations and a dazzling display of knowledge. His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following students as winners in the Holy Quran Category (General): 

 

  • 1st: Nawaf Ali Asiri, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd:Saleh Ali Muneef, Faculty of Engineering;
  • 3rd: Mansour Salam Al-Nouma, Faculty of Medicine. 

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student recitations in the Holy Quran Recitation Category:

 

  • 1st: Hussein Ali Laban, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd: Mohammed Ali Al-Shehri, Faculty of Medicine;
  • 3rd: Abdulrahman Jamal Al-Madar, Faculty of Languages and Translation.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Sunnah Category:

 

  • 1st: Mohsen Ibrahim Othman, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd:Abdulaziz Abdul Jasser, Faculty of Medicine;
  • 3rd: Radwan Abdullah Al-Malki, Faculty of Dentistry. 

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Biography of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) Category:

 

  • 1st: Salem Al-Majal, Faculty of Medicine;
  • 2nd:Talal Abdulaziz Al-Nunu, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 3rd: Saeed Abdullah Al-Zahrani; Faculty of Pharmacy.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Diction Category:

 

  • 1st: Student [as reported], Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd: Faisal Mohammed Hajran, Faculty of Engineering;
  • 3rd: Nawaf Saad Al-Naameh, Faculty of Applied Medical Sciences.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Poetry Category:

 

  • 1st: Sultan Abdullah [as reported];
  • 2nd:Ahmad Abdulrahman Morihei, Faculty  of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 3rd: Ali Muhammad Majrashi, Faculty of Science.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Classical Poetry Category:

 

  • 1st: Abdullah Ali Al-Majdoua, Faculty of Humanities;
  • 2nd:Ziad Mohammed Al-Aram, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 3rd: Anas Mohammad Zerba; Faculty of Medicine.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Nabati Poetry Category:

 

  • 1st: Mohammad Manie, Faculty of Pharmacy;
  • 2nd:Fahd Mohammed Al-Qahtani [as reported];
  • 3rd: Ali Salem Al-Qahtani, Faculty of Nursing, Khamis Mushait.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Short Story Category:

 

  • 1st: Mohammed Ali Al-Salouli, Faculty  of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd:Raed Ahmad Al-Shehri, Faculty of Dentistry;
  • 3rd: Adnan Ahmed Nasser, Faculty of Engineering.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Interpretation Category:

 

  • 1st: Mohammed Al-Khathamy [as reported];
  • 2nd:Ali Fahad Al-Shehri, Faculty of Medicine;
  • 3rd: Abdulaziz Al-Shahrani, Faculty of Applied Medicine.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Community Service Category:

 

  • 1st: Mashaal Ahmed Al-Farah, Faculty of Nursing;
  • 2nd:Ahmed Hassan Al-Faifi, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 3rd: Abdul Malik Ahmed Al-Ghamdi, Faculty of Computer Science.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Theater Category:

 

  • 3rd: Majid Mohammed Al-Ghamdi, Faculty of Science. 

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Painting Category:

 

  • 1st: Ali Mousa Al-Barqi, Community Faculty [as reported];

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Digital Art Design Category:

 

  • 1st: Fares Mohammed Al-Zahrani, Faculty of Medicine;
  • 2nd:Ibrahim Saber Nusani, Faculty of Computer Science;
  • 3rd: Amjad Nabil Al-Karbi from the Faculty of Pharmacy. 

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Arabic Calligraphy Category:

 

  • 1st: Suad Abdulaziz Al-Adwani, Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd:Samy Al-Amodi, Faculty of Pharmacy.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the following winning student performances in the Photography Category:

 

  • 1st: Khalid Abdulwahab Al-Qahtani, Faculty of Computer Science;
  • 2nd:Abdulaziz Abdullah, Faculty of Business;
  • 3rd: Mohammad Ahmed Al-Khari, Faculty of Engineering. 

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize the overall college performances in all categories:

 

  • 1st: Faculty of Sharia and Fundamentals of Religion;
  • 2nd:Faculty of Medicine;
  • 3rd: Faculty of Engineering.

 

His Excellency was pleased to recognize college performances in the Cultural and Knowledge Category:

 

  • 1st: Faculty of Science;
  • 2nd:Faculty of Applied Medicine;
  • 3rd: Faculty of Science and Arts in Tanuma.
Rector Al-Solamy Confers Awards
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His Royal Highness Prince Turki bin Talal bin Abdulaziz Al Saud, Governor of Asir, held a ceremony on behalf of the King Khalid University marathon running team. The team recently took first place in the Saudi Universities Sports Federation Championship. The King Khalid University team brought home the gold medal hosted by the University of Hail. His Royal Highness congratulated the team for their impressive achievement.

 

King Khalid University Rector, His Excellency Prof. Falleh R. M. Al-Solamy, also congratulated each of the marathon team members. He praised the team members for their hard work and dedication that led to their victory. Rector Al-Solamy also thanked the Deanship of Student Affairs for supporting student activities that make such accomplishments possible.

 

The competition at the marathon event was fierce. The Saudi Sports Federation Championship included more than 140 contestants representing 21 different Saudi universities. The championship race was very close, with mere seconds separating the medal winners. The Rector congratulated all of the competitors for their hard work and impressive performances at the event.

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Vice Rector of Student Affairs, Dr. Khalood Abu Melha, sponsored the First Female Activities Forum organized by the Deanship of Student Affairs at the College of Science. This forum is designed to evaluate and initiate improvements to a variety of student activities available to the females.

At the opening of the event, Vice Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Fatima Asiri, welcomed the guests and made her opening remarks. She said, "We are here to redefine the concept of student activities and nurture new ideas that will allow our students to aspire to and achieve great new things. These activities will help develop our students’ skills and abilities and contribute to their ongoing development. We are committed to the collaboration of these activities with other colleges on various programs such as student orientation, national day, field trips. We are also committed to working with administrative departments and even outside agencies and special units on an ad hoc basis."

Vice Dean Asiri also noted that the activities include:

  • Entertainment Activities;
  • Student Clubs;
  • Training Courses and Workshops;
  • Human Capital Development Forums;
  • Vision 2030 Integration Workshops.

The revamped student activities program marks a turning point in the direction of student development and college life.

One of the more noteworthy training sessions within the forum will be the "Challenge Corner", which will be done in conjunction with the iT Administration. The corner will utilize various experimental games, educational exercises, and interactive experiences designed to analyze, measure, and improve psychometric abilities and higher brain functions. In addition, there will be eight other activities sponsored by the deanship to include:

  • Experiments Corner - Student experiments conducted under supervision;
  • Experience Corner - Providing guidance on special education;
  • Healthy and Beauty Workshops;
  • Cybersecurity Workshop;
  • Mind-Mapping Workshop by Dr. Iman Refaat;
  • Safety Measures Workshop by Ms. Khadija Al-Bareed;
  • Thinking Outside the Box Workshop by Dr. Fatima Asiri;
  • Management Strategy Courses by  Dr. Badriya Abuhail.

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