Under the auspices of the University Vice President for Female Students, the university welcomed the new female students during an orientation and outstanding student awards ceremony. Female Students Affairs Vice Rector, Prof. Kholod Abu Melha, sponsored the reception of new students admitted to the faculties of the university for the 1441 H academic year. The orientation day event was organized by the Vice Deanship of Female Student Affairs in the Science College Theater at the King Abdullah Road Campus and the Al-Mahala Academic Complex Theater.
Prof. Abu Melha started her speech by welcoming all the university students, giving a warm reception and congratulations to the new students. She stressed that King Khalid University is inspired by the guidance of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz Al Saud and His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman bin Abdulaziz, Crown Prince, Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Defense, pointing out that the directives of King Khalid University Rector Prof. Falleh Al-Solamy always include providing the best services for students in a way that enables them to excel.
Vice Dean for Admissions and Registration, Dr. Hanan Al-Saidi, congratulated the new students for joining King Khalid University and explained the importance of accessing the Guide List of Study and Test Rules, which will enable them to understand their rights and duties. She also noted the value of obtaining information from reliable sources, reviewing some of the electronic services provided by the Deanship of Admissions and Registration. Dr. Fatima Sha'aban then gave a brief description of the Deanship of Student Affairs, its main objectives, centers, departments, and units.
In the same regard, Talent, Creativity and Entrepreneurship Center General Supervisor, Dr. Fatima Al-Zahrani, explained the most important objectives of the Center, which is to invest in creative talent, promote the culture of innovation, motivate faculty and students to innovate and create, increase the number of national, regional and international patents, and contribute to the preparation of the next generation of business people, entrepreneurs, and professionals.
The orientation day event continued with a presentation delivered by Vice Dean of E-Learning, Maryam Awaji, who explained the levels and types of e-courses at the university. She also referred to the rights and duties of students in e-courses and services provided by the Deanship of E-Learning. After, a session was delivered by Center for Guidance and Counseling Social Specialist, Deanship of Student Affairs, Ms. Asmaa Al-Shehri. She reviewed the most important services of the center, which revolve around social and academic consultations and how to register in the student employment program and receive financial subsidies for students in need.