SDG3: Good Health and Wellbeing

Promoting comprehensive health for all is a priority in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Majmaah University is at the forefront of initiatives aimed at addressing both physical and mental health aspects within its community.


Majmaah University places a strong emphasis on providing accessible and quality healthcare services to its students and staff. The university's health services include regular check-ups, preventive care, and timely medical interventions. The campus is equipped with modern health facilities, staffed by qualified medical professionals who ensure that the university community has access to essential healthcare resources.


In addition to physical health, Majmaah University is actively involved in promoting mental health awareness and support. Recognizing the importance of mental well-being, the university has implemented counseling services and mental health programs to address the unique challenges faced by students and staff. These services are designed to provide a supportive environment for individuals dealing with stress, anxiety, or other mental health concerns.


Majmaah University organizes awareness campaigns, workshops, and seminars to educate its community about the significance of maintaining a healthy lifestyle. These initiatives cover topics such as nutrition, exercise, stress management, and the importance of regular health check-ups. By fostering a culture of health-consciousness, Majmaah aims to empower individuals to make informed decisions about their well-being.


Collaboration with local healthcare authorities and professionals is a key component of Majmaah's health strategy. The university actively engages in partnerships to stay updated on the latest advancements in healthcare, ensuring that its community benefits from evidence-based practices and interventions.


Furthermore, Majmaah University contributes to research in health sciences, seeking innovative solutions to health challenges and generating knowledge that can be applied both locally and nationally. Research endeavors cover a wide range of topics, including public health, preventive medicine, and mental health, with the goal of advancing the understanding of health issues and contributing to the overall well-being of society.


In conclusion, Majmaah University is committed to fostering a healthy environment for all its members, addressing physical and mental health needs through comprehensive services, education, and research. By prioritizing health for all, Majmaah contributes to building a resilient and thriving community within the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.





An event was organized by the Volunteer Work Center at the Social Responsibility Observatory to educate the university staff about the importance of seasonal Influenza vaccine. The event - launched by Prof. Al-Dosari, the advisor and supervisor of administrative, financial and technical affairs, was held in cooperation with the Medical Center and health colleges. 


Dr. Faisal Al-Mutairi, the supervisor of Social Responsibility Observatory, pointed out that such events are conducted at the request of MU rector to open up to the community and to achieve the goals set for the health field.




MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, received a report on the development of the university medical center and its medical equipment. The report included having a number of modern facilities that contribute to providing high-quality diagnostic services. This achievement was made possible by coordinating with the Ministry of Health to end the procedures of  supplying equipment.

Prof. Al-Mizil commended the dedicated committees at the Ministry of Health for their tremendous efforts and continuous follow-up in order to fulfill all the requirements for approval. He also expressed his gratitude to the university's team for their efforts to overcome all difficulties to achieve the university's goals of serving its staff and the surrounding community.


The Medical Rehabilitation and Prosthetics Center signs a cooperation agreement in the field of medical supplies industry


Based on the development directions and in line with the plan of the University Center for Medical Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics, and the great development the world is witnessing in the field of manufacturing prostheses, and in pursuit of the Center's Board of Directors in providing health services with high efficiency in cooperation with international and regional expertise, the Chairman of the Board of Directors, Prof. Dr. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, signed a cooperation agreement with Mobilbs Company for the manufacture of medical supplies, represented by the Director General, Mr. Makram Tabib, in Dubai, United Arab Emirates, where this agreement includes joint cooperation in the field of prosthetic manufacturing, the field of training and localization of knowledge, and the field of scientific research.

During the visit, the center's team toured the factory of Mobilbs Company, during which they listened to an explanation of the stages of manufacturing prostheses, and to learn about the latest devices and modern technologies used in this field.

For his part, His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors expressed his admiration for the great capabilities he saw, which would provide a great addition to the beneficiaries of the center through the use of the latest technologies, appreciating His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for the great support that the center enjoys in order to provide quality and distinguished services.


The Board of Directors of the Rehabilitation Technology Center visits the Sheikh Ebrahim Al-Sultan Charitable Foundation


The members of the Board of Directors of the Center for Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics at the university, headed by the Chairman of the Council, Prof. Dr. Musallam bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, accompanied by His Excellency the supervisor of the Center, Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, and His Excellency the Executive Director of the Center, Mr. Turki Al-Humaidani, visited the Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Sultan Charitable Foundation, in the presence of His Excellency Sheikh Ibrahim bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Sultan - Chairman of the Board of Trustees of the Foundation - and His Excellency Mr. Sultan bin Muhammad Al-Sultan, where a meeting was held during which a review of The annual report of the Foundation's efforts in supporting the Baraem and Waqeer packages within the community programs sponsored by the Foundation in the field of medical rehabilitation for children and the elderly, and reviewing the Center's efforts and capabilities in the field of manufacturing prosthetics.

On this occasion, His Excellency the Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center extended the greetings, thanks and appreciation of His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, to His Excellency Sheikh Ibrahim Al-Sultan for this support by the Foundation, which embodies an important aspect of integration between charitable organizations and government and private sector institutions, for the benefit of members of society.


In a new achievement: a research team is conducting and publishing scientific research on Corona disease



In a new achievement added to many of the achievements made by the university, a research team led by Dr. Wael Al-Tariqi - Associate Professor in the Department of Medical Laboratory Sciences at the College of Applied Medical Sciences and a specialist in immunology - published a scientific research that proved a relationship between the admission of Corona patients to intensive care and the production of a number of immune proteins in response to the inflammatory condition due to infection with the emerging coronavirus-2, which causes COVID-19.

Dr. Wael Al-Tariqi stated that this study may enable doctors to predict the dissatisfaction of the patient's condition and his need for intensive care when the levels of these types of immune proteins rise, and then we can predict the course of the disease and give immune drugs as one of the proactive solutions, indicating Dr. Al-Tariqi - the first researcher - that this paper is the first for his scientific team that was accepted for publication in one of the 45-year-old The Cell magazines, and that the university's name is mentioned in the prestigious journals No doubt it is a source of pride and pleasure.

Dr. Al-Tariqi added that this study was an extension of the results of the master's student in the Department of Laboratories Saad Al-Omari, and was the result of fruitful cooperation between the university and both: Riyadh Health Cluster II, King Saud University, Prince Sattam University, and from outside the Kingdom University of Florida, and the University of Liverpool.

For his part, Dr. Al-Tariqi thanked His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for the continuous and unlimited support, and to the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, and to the Deanship of Scientific Research, and His Excellency the Dean of the College and Head of the Department.

It is worth mentioning that this study recently received two awards, the first was on the Scientific Research Day held at King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah, and the second was from the annual research conference organized by the second health cluster in King Fahd Medical City in Riyadh.

To market medical and rehabilitation services: The Medical Rehabilitation and Prosthetics Center signs a contract with the Four Goals Company FG sport


Majmaah University Center for Medical Rehabilitation Technologies and Prosthetics and the Four Goals Company FG sport signed a contract to market the center's medical and rehabilitation services in the sports field, where the center was represented in the signing by the Vice President of the University - Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center - Prof. Dr. Muslim bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, and the company was represented by the CEO Dr. Muqbil bin Nahar bin Jadea, and in the presence of the center's work leaders.

The Vice President of the University and Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Center stressed that investment in the field of sports medicine is among the priorities of the Board of Directors because of the capabilities and cadres of the Center of distinguished and specialized professional cadres in this field, and perhaps the experience of the Center's partnership with Al-Faisaly Club in the current season is a positive indicator, especially that the Center during this season provided its medical services with high professionalism and professionalism.

Regarding the selection of the Four Goals Company FG sport, His Excellency explained that the center was successful in choosing the company, due to the experience possessed by the work team in the sports field and their distinguished management of many sports forums in marketing, and what the center touched during previous meetings indicates high professionalism, and he wished his happiness that the efforts would be crowned with success for both parties.


His Excellency the President of the University inaugurates the sports fields in the University City in Majmaah

His Excellency the President of the University, Dr. Khalid bin Saad Al-Muqrin, accompanied by His Excellency the Vice President for Educational Affairs, Dr. Ahmed bin Ali Al-Rumaih, and a number of deans of the colleges inaugurated sports fields in Majmaah, which is considered one of the most important pillars for our students.

He was received by the General Supervisor of the General Administration of Projects and Technical Affairs, Mr. Othman bin Hamad Al-Issa, and Mr. Mohammed bin Suleiman Al-Fnaital, the project supervisor.

His Excellency inspected the stadiums and their equipment.

After that, His Excellency sponsored the final match of the football sports activities.

After that, His Excellency honored the General Administration of Projects and Technical Affairs for their efforts in establishing the stadium according to international standards in the construction of sports stadiums.

The university's keenness on sports stadiums stems from its belief that sport is an important part of human life, as the stadiums are designed at a high level of capabilities to suit the desires of students, faculty members and university employees.


The President of the University sponsors the fifth race ceremony of the equestrian field in Majmaah




His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, sponsored the fifth race ceremony of His Royal Highness Prince Faisal bin Khalid Equestrian Square in Majmaah, for the Majmaah University Award, in the presence of the university's vice-rectors, a number of officials in the governorate, university employees and those interested in this ancient sport, where the university presented the prizes of this race, which is a car that was handed over to the winner of the main half of the ceremony, in addition to a number of other awards delivered during the race runs. The university's sponsorship of this race comes as an extension of its societal role and an affirmation of the university's keenness to activate community partnership with all sectors and entities in a way that contributes to providing community service and achieving its goals.

His Excellency the President of the University praised the welcome and good organization he found and thanked His Excellency the President of the Equestrian Field in Majmaah for their efforts to serve this ancient sport.


The University and the Committee implement a symposium (Saudi Sports... Peace Platform, Intercultural Crossroads and Development Engine)



Within the framework of its keenness to activate the development movement that stems from building partnerships and discusses development issues, the university, represented by the Social Responsibility Observatory and in partnership with the Women's Committee for Community Development in Riyadh, the Family Affairs Committee of the Region Council and Al-Faisaly Sports Club, implemented a symposium entitled (Saudi Sports... Peace Platform, Intercultural Crossroads and Development Engine), on the occasion of the International Day of Sport for Peace and Development.
A number of leaders and those interested in development participated in the symposium by discussing the themes of the symposium.
The seminar began by thanking the Women's Committee, represented by Her Highness Princess Nourah bint Mohammed Al Saud, Chairperson of the Committee, for her interest in such development issues, and reviewed the historical sequence of Saudi sports. Then the floor was given to the speakers, where the Undersecretary of Planning and Development at the Ministry of Sports, Ms. Adwaa bint Abdulrahman Al-Arifi, began to talk about the first axis, which discusses the topic: "Saudi women and sports are an effective engine for development", where she mentioned the qualitative leaps and achievements witnessed by Saudi sports during the past years, and the developments they have achieved in the role and practice of sports by women, in addition to their contribution to the fields of development, especially after the Kingdom hosted many major international events, for his part, Dr. Fawaz bin Kaseb Al-Anzi spoke In the second theme: "Responsible Sports Practices and the Promotion of Citizenship Values" about responsible sports practices and their role in promoting the positive values of good citizenship, and the extent to which enabling positive sports practices contributes to addressing negative sports practices and the extent to which these efforts are reflected in advancing the development process.
As for the third axis, which is dedicated to talking about "Saudi sports, the vision of peace and global citizenship", Dr. Medlej bin Ibrahim Al-Laboun mentioned in his speech about this axis that sports and sports institutions as an incubator for youth can contribute to a prominent role in the subject of promoting the values of global citizenship and working to activate the possibilities of world peace. Justified by a number of statistical data.
The fourth axis was about: "Saudi Sports and the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals", in which Dr. Ayman bin Jamil Al-Barakati spoke about the role of Saudi sports in highlighting the positive concepts included in the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, and the role of these concepts in advancing sports efforts in the field of development, and the symposium witnessed the presence of many specialists and interested persons,
and also witnessed interaction from the participants with what was presented by the speakers in this seminar.
In its recommendations, the symposium stressed the appreciation of the trend witnessed by Saudi sports to reflect its activity on the national product. As well as emphasizing the continued support for events and activities that discuss the role of sport as an engine of development.


University Medical Service

Majmaah University started its health services in the year 1432H. His Excellency the Rector Majmaah University, Dr. Khaled Bin Saad Al-Miqran inaugurated the medical services and put the first block for medical services aiming to serve the university students and the community. It provides the primary diagnostic health care, therapeutic and preventive care.


Enabling the medical services at Majmaah University to become pioneer and distinctive in accordance to the global health standards towards a community free from diseases and employing a skilled, professional and trained workforce to provide health, educational and research high quality services


Provide high quality primary, preventive, curative and rehabilitative health care. These services should be provided through highly qualified health cadres to serve the university and its branches’ affiliates, employees and teaching staff. Islamic values & principles should be observed.


A. Work as a team and cooperate to achieve goals.

B. Excellence and pursuit of development and quality.

C. Credibility in words and deeds.

D. Creativity at work within the medical guidelines.

E. Serving patients and visitors are key priorities.

F. Trust and mutual respect.

G. Justice and equality.

H. Commitment and order.


That medical service becomes the nucleus to the Educational Hospital, which serves the educational and health process for all health colleges.

A. Attract efficient and highly qualified human resources in all areas of medical and medical support specialties.

B. Allow to train male & female students in various disciplines to gain the training skills.

C. Provide the community with a high quality service in the fields of health care and education, cooperation with health institutions in the Kingdom, participation in awareness and cultural programs & events through mobile medical services.

D. Provide high quality service to the university affiliates, employees and students; in addition to providing the patient needs of medications…etc.

E. Carry out scientific and applied researches to serve the educational and health process.

F. Issue medical journals and provide advanced medical equipment to services and branches.

G. Participate in therapeutic and diagnostic programs in coordination with various government parties such as the Ministry of Health and Red Crescent. Organize blood donation campaigns and comprehensive tests to all community members and for other categories that are subject to certain diseases such as children, elderly people and laborers.

H. Establishment of clinics for chronic diseases such as diabetes, blood pressure, asthma and others; in addition to and other educational and supporting the therapeutic process.

Tasks of medical services and clinics

A. Providing primary health care in prevention, treatment and rehabilitation form.

B. Dealing with initial emergency cases inside and outside the medical services such as fainting, renal colic and epilepsy, and others.

C. Following-up the chronic cases such as diabetes, blood pressure, heart diseases and asthma.

D. Dealing with emergencies such as wounds, burns, fractures and transfer to the hospital if needed.

E. Referring medical cases that require secondary care to hospitals.

F. Granting sick leaves for male & female students and affiliates within the limits of power.

G. Recording names of male and female reviewers at each medical clinic in a special record that can be referred to when necessary or by using electronic system.

H. Receiving cases transferred from the Student Counseling & Academic Department, show impact of health status on the student level & study and submit a medical report about this.

I. Saving issued and received medical reports, sick leaves and circulars.

J. Receiving medicines and medical supplies requests and ensure validity before receipt in accordance to the pertaining controls.

K. Dispensing medicines and medical supplies and record this for purposes of monthly and annual inventory.

L. Preparing and providing the annual requirement of medicines and medical supplies.

M. Vaccinating against infectious diseases.

N. Coordinating and cooperating with other governmental institutions and provide them with reports about excess or surplus cases in accordance to pertaining controls.

O. Controlling the epidemic parasitic and infectious diseases and limit their spread.

P. Supervising the buffets of colleges and departments regarding health, environmental conditions and their conformity with health conditions. Also, check the availability of health certificates for all staff working in these buffets in order to maintain the safety of male & female students and affiliates of the Mother & Child Health Care Department.

Q. Preparing a detailed annual report about medical services works, taking care to mention the difficulties and proposals for work development there and submit these reports to the university deputy Rector.

R. Disseminating health awareness through educational lectures within and outside the university and produce brochures to increase health awareness on the level of individual, family and community about the problems and dangers threatening the health and ways of prevention.

S. Developing a plan for health services and health cultural awareness of each semester.

T. Working with related parties to monitor environment improvement, safety of drinking water and food in addition to paying attention to proper healthy nutrition and raise awareness about them.


Check-up Mechanism Followed at Medical Services

A. Data entry of clinic visitors by the employee in charge at the reception.

B. The visitor will be received, his full data entered according to his university ID card. A file will be opened for each visitor according to eligibility for treatment at Medical Services.

C. The male or female nurse shall perform the pre-test procedures (blood pressure testing – temperature...etc.) then the patient is referred to the test room to be examined by the doctor.

D. Visitor who is suffering a chronic disease will have a color file depending on the type of disease.

E. After completion of medical test, the visitor shall go to the pharmacy for medication dispensing.

F. The pharmacist shall write the medicine instructions clearly for the patient.

G. Visitor who needs nursing care (injection - intravenous solution - dressing - compresses - oxygen -ventolin) is transferred to the nurse to be given the desired care according to the physician instructions.

H. Visitor who needs lab investigation shall be referred to the lab technician or to hospital if lab is not available for analysis.

I. Visitor who needs rest should fill the pertaining form after receiving a letter from his place of work in order to complete the procedures according to regulations of reports & vacations.

J. Student who is suffering from psychological problems shall be referred to the specialist for treatment.

K. When Health Services report about an emergency case within the premises of the university or college, the nurse should try first aid then, if necessary, transfer the case by ambulance to the nearest hospital.

L. Perform field tours within examination halls to ensure the safety of students


The University Medical Center opens its specialized clinics to receive patients


The University Medical Center at the university announced the opening of its specialized clinics to receive visitors from the university's employees, students and their families, within the framework of facilitating access to health care services and improving their quality.

Where the center began to receive its patients in specialized clinics, which included the Neurology Clinic, the Internal Medicine Clinic, the Children's Clinic, the Ear, Nose and Throat Clinic, and the Family Medicine Clinic, and the process of booking appointments at the center is done through the number: 0164043333 by direct call, or by WhatsApp message.

For his part, the Executive Director of the Center, Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Harbi, stated that the Center includes a group of distinguished medical staff in a number of qualitative specialties, and is equipped with the latest necessary medical equipment, with the aim of working to raise the quality of treatment and health services in it, and indicated that the Center continues to update its strategic plan to develop its services provided to university employees, by working to increase the number of medical clinics, develop the performance of health practitioners in it, and work to achieve the goals of Vision 2030. in the development of health services.

Dr. Al-Harbi thanked the leadership of the university, represented by its president, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil, for his continuous support with everything the medical center needs, and to the Vice President of the University, Prof. Dr. Muslim bin Muhammad Al-Dosari, for his continuous follow-up and guidance to the center for continuous development.


Opening of the educational awareness exhibition for the early detection of breast cancer

The Vice President for Female Student Affairs, Dr. Jawaher bint Abdulrahman Al-Omar, opened the educational awareness exhibition for the early detection of breast cancer, which is held by the university during the period from 7-1441/2/13 AH in Majmaah Mall daily from four to nine in the evening, and in cooperation with King Khalid Hospital in Majmaah, who was represented during the exhibition by Ms. Hanan bint Abdulrahman Al-Suwaiqi, as well as the Abdul Latif Center for Early Detection of Cancer, where the center provided a vehicle equipped for direct detection, and the opening was attended by a number of From the employees of the Ministry of Health.


The Deanship of Library Affairs holds an awareness and cultural initiative under the title: (I can)




Based on the societal role of the Deanship of Library Affairs in spreading awareness and general culture within the local community and within the geographical scope of the university, the Deanship of Library Affairs, represented by the library of the College of Education, held an awareness and cultural initiative under the title: (I can), coinciding with the International Stuttering Day, and this initiative was activated throughout the day, as the initiative was implemented within the university in the theater of the College of Education (female sections) amid interaction and distinguished presence from all faculty members, in cooperation with the Crossing (Speech Department), a seminar was held during this event entitled: Steps to control stuttering, and included a number of axes that included the definition of the problem of stuttering, its causes, and treatment methods.

At the end of the initiative, distributions were presented to the attendees commensurate with the type of initiative, and certificates of thanks were given to the participants in the event.


The University Holds a Seminar Entitled: The Psychological and Social Dimensions of Violence against Women


The university, represented by the Faculty of Medicine, held a symposium entitled: The psychological and social dimensions of violence against women, in the theater of the Faculty of Medicine building, on the occasion of the "Recommend Women Good" campaign to combat violence against women, and coinciding with the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women, where Dr. Abdul Rahman Al-Atram, Professor and Consultant Psychiatrist and Head of the Department of Psychiatry at the Faculty of Medicine and Head of the Mental Health Promotion Group at the University, and Dr. Hanan Ismail, Associate Professor of Mental Health at the Faculty of Education and member of the Mental Health Promotion Group, and was managed by Mr. Ahmed Al-Osailan.

The symposium included several axes, including: introducing violence against women, its forms, and the psychological symptoms resulting from it, spreading public awareness in order to eliminate it, focusing on protecting women's psychological and social rights, creating a comprehensive social awareness situation in order to address it, and introducing the official authorities that can be contacted in the event of exposure to violence, as well as talking about the achievements of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in the field of empowering women and enacting laws that would protect them. At the end of the meeting, the interventions of the attendees were received and their inquiries were answered.


Mental Health Course

The Student Support Unit, in coordination with the Training and Public Relations Unit at the College, held a training course for students on (mental health, its problems and methods of treatment), in Hall (26/3) on Wednesday, 8/5/1437 AH, presented by Dr. Jalal Al-Siddiq, Head of the Unit.

The course dealt with explaining the definition of mental health and the importance of positive factors for human mental health in general and for students in particular, as well as the most important psychological problems facing students, including fear, anxiety, depression and shyness, explaining the most important symptoms indicative of these problems and the physical, psychological and social changes that occur to students, which greatly affect their behavior patterns, and the most important methods of treating these problems were explained.

At the end of the course, students' questions and inquiries were answered.

World Mental Health Day


The College of Education in Majmaah was represented by the Vice Deanship of Student Affairs, incooperation with the Guidance and Counseling Unit and with the participation of the Scientific College of Kindergarten, Educational Sciences, Islamic Studies, Special Education andArabic Language Program (World Mental Health Day ) on Tuesday, 1441/2/16AH at nine o'clock in the morning.

TheQassam participated in the celebration of the Mental Health Day with a set of pillars and active participations that indicated the importance of mental health.

The participants varied and multiplied, as the pillars included a presentation of the mental health axes and their importance, and their impact on the physical, social and emotional aspects.

The RKN also included an introductory corner on psychological problems and their symptoms, including depression.

The attendees were introduced to places for mental health care from government numbers, doctors' accounts and phone applications.

The corners included recreational corners tohelp relieve stress and anxiety. This included a corner where roses, letters, and balloons carrying optimistic phrases were distributed to improve the psychological state. Abarcode that transports the reader to a topic that talks about the most important mental disorders, and their scientific names, was placed on pieces of candy.

This was accompanied by a banner that illustrates Islam's approach to achieving mental health.


Anti-Smoking Regulations





The University is committed to provide a smoke free environment for its students, faculty, staff, administrators, visitors and the general public on campuses. Environmental tobacco smoke or involuntary smoking is a cause of disease, including lung cancer, in healthy nonsmokers. The simple separation of smokers and nonsmokers within the same air space may reduce, if not eliminate, the exposure of nonsmokers to environmental tobacco smoke.

University Owned or Leased Property

1. Smoking is prohibited on University owned or leased property including grounds, parking lots, athletic fields, recreation fields, tennis courts and any other outdoor area, including any vehicle located on the University’s property.

2. Appropriate signs designated by the University Department of Public Health shall be posted at all entrances to University-owned or leased buildings.

University Owned Buildings and Leased Space

1. Smoking shall be prohibited in any University-owned building including leased facilities. This prohibition shall apply to any area enclosed by the outermost walls of the building and will include atriums, balconies, stairwells and other similar building features.

2. There shall be no ashtrays or similar receptacles in University-owned or leased buildings or other spaces where smoking is prohibited.

3. Appropriate signs designated by the University Department of Public Health shall be posted at all entrances to University-owned or leased buildings.

University Owned Passenger Vehicles and Moving Equipment

1. Smoking shall be prohibited at all times in any University owned or leased vehicles or vehicles provided by the University.

2. The smoking prohibition applies to passenger vehicles and all other mobile equipment to include light and heavy trucks, cargo and passenger vans, buses and any other applicable mobile equipment.

3. Appropriate signs designated by the University Department of Public Health shall be posted in every vehicle owned or leased by the University.

Complaints and Enforcement

The Department of Public Health is responsible for maintaining a system for receiving and investigating complaints of non-compliance with the University policy regarding smoking. The University Police Department is the designated law enforcement authority for the campus.

Any person may register a complaint with the University Department of Public Health by call or by registering a complaint on the University web site.

The University Human Resource Services Department will be responsible to inform all Professional & Scientific and Merit applicants and current employees in those classifications that Universityowned and leased facilities and grounds are smoke-free environments. The Academic Affairs Office will be responsible to inform all applicants for Faculty positions and current members of the Academy that University-owned and leased facilities and grounds are smoke-free environments.

Any person can inform another that the University is a smoke free environment and that smoking violates the University policy. If the individual refuses to stop smoking, a complaint can be filed against a violator with the University’s Police Department.

Anti-Smoking Program

It is an integrated program that aims to eliminate this deadly scourge and strive to make Majmaah University a smoke-free university, and thus protect the youth of society from falling into the pitfalls of smoking and its various harms. This program includes intensive awareness campaigns and codified systems and regulations, and the Deanship of Student Affairs has paid great attention to this program, which the university is keen to produce in a manner befitting the university and the event for which this program was prepared. Among the activities that the Deanship intends to carry out to eradicate this scourge are the following: