SDG4: Quality Education

Education holds paramount importance in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, and Majmaah University stands as a beacon of commitment to making education accessible to all. The Saudi government has placed a strong emphasis on providing quality education to its citizens, recognizing it as a cornerstone for societal progress and development.


Majmaah University plays a pivotal role in realizing the vision of making education available to all segments of society. The university offers a diverse range of academic programs across various disciplines, ensuring that students have the opportunity to pursue their interests and contribute meaningfully to the nation's development.


One of Majmaah University's key initiatives is to create an inclusive learning environment that caters to the diverse needs of its student body. The university is dedicated to providing equal educational opportunities, irrespective of gender, background, or socioeconomic status. Scholarships, financial aid programs, and support services are in place to assist students, particularly those facing economic challenges, in pursuing their academic goals.


Majmaah University is actively involved in community outreach programs, engaging with local schools and organizations to promote the value of education. These initiatives aim to inspire and encourage individuals to pursue higher education, fostering a culture that recognizes the transformative power of learning.


The university embraces modern educational methodologies and technologies, ensuring that students receive a world-class education that aligns with global standards. Faculty members are committed to delivering high-quality instruction, and the curriculum is designed to equip students with the skills and knowledge needed to meet the demands of the evolving job market.


Majmaah University also places a strong emphasis on research and innovation, contributing to the generation of new knowledge and advancements across various fields. By promoting a research-oriented environment, the university not only enhances the educational experience for its students but also contributes to the knowledge economy of the Kingdom.


In conclusion, the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia recognizes education as a cornerstone for societal progress, and Majmaah University is dedicated to realizing this vision by providing accessible and high-quality education for all. Through inclusive policies, community engagement, and a commitment to excellence, Majmaah University contributes significantly to the educational landscape of the Kingdom.

The University Launches the "Your Time in Your Home" Initiative to Browse More than 800 Million Electronic Scientific Materials Distributed between Electronic Books, Scientific Articles, Audio Books, University Theses and others

The Deanship of Library Affairs at Majmaah University launched the initiative (Your Time in Your Home) using the unified search portal (MuFind), which contributes to supporting and encouraging all research and scientific processes, and helps to enhance information awareness and knowledge enrichment, and provide knowledge sources for all researchers to access information sources by browsing more than 800 million electronic scientific materials distributed between electronic books, scientific articles, audio books, university theses and others, which in turn allows beneficiaries of university libraries and researchers It is worth noting that the unified search portal is the first of its kind among Saudi universities that allows the beneficiary to link the university's library index and digital information sources in one search portal without the need to move between different sources of information, and it is also characterized by many characteristics and features, namely: Access to the social index available on the Internet, user participation in the creation and enrichment of knowledge content, support for all types of research in information sources, and support the researcher with smart search tools.

Where access to the portal so far reached 20351,<> browsers. The portal can be accessed via the following link:

Library Affairs

The Deanship of Library Affairs at Majmaah University started to work on the development of the university libraries since the appointment of a supervisor to run its activities in the middle of the year 1431H. On 29thZliqad, 1431H, an approval was granted by H.E. the Minister of Higher Education and the Rector of the University Council to appoint a Dean for Library Affairs. Right from its outset, the Deanship of Library Affairs worked hard and prepared a strategic plan to achieve its mission and complete its various projects including a number of current and future projects of the Deanship. The Deanship and the Central Library are located at the new building of the University Headquarters - University City of Majmaah University.


Upgrading the university libraries so as to make the minarets of knowledge, centers for providing all kinds of information, and sources of learning, searching and innovation in an encouraging and motivating atmosphere.


Supporting learning and research needs of the university employees and students through providing information storages, academic curriculum, and offering a variety of services. It also seeks to provide suitable atmosphere for reading and utilizing these services, creating programs, different cultural activities, spreading of reading culture, and enhancing our attitude towards the books


A. Providing information sources in all its different kinds required by libraries and units of the university

B. Providing technical treatment and organization of information sources within libraries affiliated to the university through using the best vocational methods which would contribute to make use of its sources accessible for beneficiaries

C. Ensuring continuous planning and offering information services in all the affiliated libraries in a way which would be suitable for the beneficiaries’ requirements

D. Planning for investing the allocated budget for information sources and services and development of its resources.

E. Establishing a digital library for the university and improving, optimizing its services on a continuous basis.

F. Extending cooperation with other libraries and authorities of mutual concern in a way to achieve benefits to the university and its different units.

G. Organizing fairs in the field of libraries and information and participation according to the pursued measures.

H. Promoting the scientific production of the university members using proper means.

I. Ensuring continuous planning and providing sufficient well qualified manpower in the field of libraries and information according to size and requirements of work and the offered services in the different libraries of university.

J. Preparing criteria, specifications and measures related to the university libraries and its services in a way which ensures the high quality of its services offered through such libraries.

Rules and Regulations

Deanship of Libraries Affairs has completed the regulations to be applied in branch libraries in faculties and centers. These regulations and rules are to be fixed and implemented in Deanship of Libraries Affairs. This set of regulations comprises forty-one articles in three chapters:

Lending System and Booking Information Objects (Article 16)

 Following groups are allowed to borrow information objects to:

A. Teaching staff, lecturers, teaching assistants in university

B. Graduate students in university

C. Graduate students who are not employed by university

D. Undergraduate students in university

E. University male and female employees

F. Affiliated libraries within the university

G. Other universities in Saudi Arabia and Gulf countries according to the agreements signed inthis regard.

The borrower is not allowed to borrow any book unless they show an ID which proves they belong to university (Article 17). Following information Objects are not allowed to be borrowed (Article 18).

A. Information objects that have reference nature such as knowledge circles, dictionaries and guides

B. Unpublished PhD and Master's theses

C. Unique books

D. Paperless information objects (audio, visual, CDs, video books)

E. Scientific periodicals that are related to the topic

F. Government printed books, documents, maps and folders

G. Books that there is only one copy of. Teaching staff and teaching assistants are excluded as they could borrow them on weekends

H. Booked books

I. Books that are stamped (Not for Lending)

J. Books that have more than two volumes

Financial Guarantee (Article 19)

A. There is a borrowing card worth 1000 riyals issued for all graduate students who are not employed by the university. The card validity is one year and must be renewed yearly before one month of expiration date.

B. Money of financial guarantee is to be deposited in the account of Deanship of Libraries Affairs, and it will be refunded to the borrower in the event they want to cancel the borrowing card.

C. In case any borrower receives a fine, it will be deducted from the deposited financial guarantee by the borrower. If the fine is more than 1000 riyals, the user will be asked to pay the difference.


Borrowing period (Article 21)

A. Faculty members, lecturers and teaching assistants are allowed to keep the book for a complete academic semester; graduate students for sixty days. Faculty members are allowed to renew one time for one more semester.

B. University students and employees are allowed to renew one month for only one time.

C. Director of Beneficiaries services section in the central library and librarians in branch libraries are allowed to shorten the lending period to one month for the categories mentioned in clauses (A and B) for most borrowed information objects that there are not adequate copies of them in the libraries.

D. The borrower is allowed to renew the borrowing period in the event the books they have are not requested by another library user.

E. The borrower must return the books before the specific timing of return in case it was requested from him within a period of three days at the maximum from the date he was informed by Deanship.

Booking books (Article 22)

A. Faculty members are allowed to book some books for a fixed period of time for students use inside the library, but these books are not allowed to be lent for external people.

B. Lending section director has the right not to allow lending of any book in the event he sees it is necessary to keep it in the library.

C. Booked books should be organized as it is explained in clauses (A and B) according to the following:

a. Internal lending for every female and male student for two hours’ maximum. It is renewable in the event the book is not often borrowed.

b. Lending section director is allowed to lend some copies of the booked books before one hour of library close-time provided it will be returned the next day in the morning before 9 o'clock.

Sections of the Central Library

• Library Management

• Services beneficiaries

• The electronic catalog

• Hall of free viewing and reading

• Periodicals

• References and foreign books

Central Library Services

Access to Data It provides access to data provided by the Central Library and branch libraries through internal services by providing the right atmosphere, counseling and guidance services.

Printing and Imaging Service

Printing and imaging services are provided to the students for the educational process according to the rules laid down by the Deanship.

Guidance Service

The Deanship welcomes different groups of students under the supervision of some faculty members to visit the library. The students are briefed about the use of the library and the services provided by the Deanship of Library Affairs.

Reference Services

The Data provides answers to questions and queries of the beneficiaries and employees of the university through reference sources such as dictionaries, encyclopedias, manuals and reports in both printed and electronic forms.

Access to Daily Newspapers and Magazines

The Deanship provides a number of daily newspapers for consultation in the Library like: "AlRiyadh", ―Saudi Gazette‖, ―Almadina‖ (newspaper), etc

Saudi Digital Library (SDL)


Saudi Digital Library is the largest collection of e-books in the Arab world which currently contains more than 114 000 e-books with full-text on various disciplines of more than 300 publishers worldwide such as Elsevier, Springer, Pearson, Wiley, Taylor & Francis, Mcgrawhill, etc. It also contains books ofworld-class academic publishers like Oxford University and Harvard University. Services:

· Access to the full text of electronic books from anywhere and at any time.

· Availability of free search through keywords (Full text - Title - Author - Subject - date of publication).

· Giving a range of advanced interactive services.

· Providing electronic reference service.

· Providing awareness of information service.

· Providing uniform access to the digital library.

Search Service in the Electronic Databases

Deanship of library affairs offers through its gateway the Internet thirty-one (31) global electronic database covering all disciplines at the University and can be accessed through the portal at the following link:

Automated Search Service in the Electronic Catalog

Central Library offers research services in the electronic catalog and provides training and guidance on the use of the electronic catalog to take advantage of it. Following is a link to the index on the Internet

Search Service on the Internet

Central Library offers research services to the beneficiaries via internet in order to obtain information and sources that may not exist in the sources of information within the university libraries.





The Deanship of Student Affairs at MU held the annual meeting for new students enrolled in the academic year 1445. Patronized by the Vice-Rector for Educational Affairs, Prof. Muhammad Al-Aboudi, the meeting was broadcast live on the Deanship’s YouTube channel and Twitter.


The meeting began with a welcoming speech by the Vice-Rector, Prof. Al-Aboudi, who extended his thanks to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, and his Crown Prince, Prince Muhammad bin Salman for supporting education.


Prof. Al-Aboudi, then advised students to dedicate their time for study and choose good companions, reminding them hard work should start from day one. He also explained to them their rights and duties and that all university officials are pleased to serve them.


Dr. Saleh Al-Rashidi,  pointed out that the deanship is operating in accordance with the university’s vision, mission and goals. In a presentation about the deanship, the dean highlighted the deanship’s plan for the academic year 1445 and the improvement plan for the university student environment.


The Dean of Admissions and Registration, Dr. Saud Al-Muqhim, provided an account of the Deanship of Admission and Registration, the Charter of Student Rights and Duties, and an overview of study plans and academic movements. That was followed by a Q&A session.


After the meeting, MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, launched the University Guidance Exhibition which was held by the Deanship of Student Affairs in cooperation with a number of departments. The aim of this exhibition is to welcome new students and introduce them to the rules and regulations and the services provided to them at centers and clubs.





MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, welcomed in his office the university's scouts who participated in the public service programs for Hajj this year, 1444 AH. The meeting took place in the presence of the vice-rector, Prof. Mohammed Al-Aboudi, and the dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Saleh Al-Rashidi.

Congratulating and appreciating their efforts to serve pilgrims, MU rector highlighted that the university strives to help them in overcoming all obstacles to achieve their goals of serving the country, reminding them of the importance of community volunteer programs that serve society through social responsibility.

At the end of the meeting, Prof. Al-Mizil presented certificates of appreciation to the university scouts for their efforts to serve pilgrims. 

 This participation was at the request of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques to serve pilgrims and an extension of the university's annual participation since its establishment. A scout group of 16 members and a leader from various colleges were briefed by the dean of Student Affairs motivated them to seek reward and blessings from Allah in their service. The scout group was part of 46 scout groups from university scouts across the Kingdom which was located in Arafat camp.

The team received a training in the early days on mapping techniques to locate the camps of the Hajj campaigns. They were taken to the field in to guide lost pilgrims to their camps and assist them in finding whatever they needed. The participation of the scouts in the public service camps for Hajj included various programs and events.

The scout group won several awards at the camp such as the gold level in mapping, first place for the best course on scout fires, best photographer, and fifth place in the initiatives presented by the group in the camp. 

This was pointed out by the head of the Sports and Scout Activity Department, Mr. Ali Al-Hanou, who expressed his gratitude and appreciation to the dean of Student Affairs for his support and all members of the university scouts for their outstanding participation in the public service programs for Hajj in 1444 AH.





MU Vice-Rector, Dr. Jawaher Al-Omar, sponsored the women's ceremony held at Dar Um Habiba in the university housing complex in Majma'ah by the Quran Memorization Society. The event was also attended by the director of the Dar, Ms. Asmaa Al-Fada, and the director of Supervision Center for Women's Facilities at QMS, Ms. Maha Al-Ofaisan.

Seven ladies, who memorized reciting the Quran, were honored for this year.

The vice-rector, Dr. Al-Omar congratulated honored ladies, highlighting the efforts of the country in supporting the noble Quran. She expressed gratitude to everyone for their dedicated efforts in supporting those ladies in their journey of memorizing the Holy Quran. 




Realizing that the development of its staff professionally is at the forefront of its strategic plans, the Continuing Professional Development Department is holding multiple courses and workshops accredited by the Saudi Commission for Health Specialties, during the month of September 2023.

The supervisor of the Department, Mr. Turki Al-Humaidani, pointed out that these specialized programs - at the request of MU rector, Prof. Al-Mizil, and the follow-up of Prof. Al-Dosari - aim to develop staff in their specializations.

It is worth noting that all the courses are specialized in medicine and will enrich practitioners' knowledge. 


The Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center organizes training courses and workshops for talented students and supports participation in the National Creativity Olympiad 2024




The university, represented by the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, in cooperation with the Community Service and Social Responsibility Observatory, organized training courses and workshops in the field of research, innovation and entrepreneurship for talented students in the Majmaah Education Department, as this step comes within the community partnerships urged to be activated by His Excellency the President of the University, Prof. Dr. Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil.

These training courses and workshops aim to develop students' skills and enhance their capabilities in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship, and were organized in preparation for participating in the National Creativity Olympiad 2024, and nearly 200 students benefited from these courses, where they were able to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to excel in the competition.

For his part, the Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Jawaher bint Abdulrahman Al-Omar, stated that these community partnerships are one of the university's priorities to enhance its role in community service and the development of young talents, and this step reflects the university's commitment to providing the necessary support and appropriate opportunities for talented students, and enabling them to achieve their full potential in the field of innovation and leadership.

The Head of the Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center, Dr. Abdulaziz bin Dakhil Al-Mutairi, stated that these training courses and workshops are expected to be a bright start to a promising future for talented students, and contribute to building a creative and innovative generation that contributes to the development of society and the local economy, explaining that the university is a pioneer in providing support and training in this aspect, and is working to continue providing appropriate opportunities for talented students in the field of innovation and entrepreneurship.




Prof. Saleh al-Mezal, MU's rector, visited the university’s booth in the Riyadh International Book Fair 2023 to oversee its contents. Welcomed by the staff in the booth, the rector commended the efforts exerted by the university's booth to welcome visitors. 

The Publishing and Translation Center at the Vice-Rector's Office for Postgraduate Studies and Scientific Research, MU, participated in the Riyadh International Book Fair 2023, held during the period from September 28 to October 7. The university faculty members' scientific production were showcased and sold. More than 1,800 publishing houses from 32 countries participated in the book fair along with hosting seminars for a group of writers.




Under the patronage of MU rector, Prof. Saleh Al-Mizil, and in the presence of the vice-rector for students affairs, Dr. Jawaher Al-Omar, a number of colleges celebrated the graduation of the fourteenth batch of female students.

In a speech delivered by the vice-rector, she thanked the organizers of the celebrations in these colleges and congratulated the graduates and their families on this achievement. 

She also expressed her sincere gratitude and appreciation to the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, King Salman bin Abdulaziz, His Royal Highness the Crown Prince, and the Prime Minister, His Royal Highness Prince Mohammed bin Salman, for their support for higher education. 


With a device for drying and fixing laboratory medical slides: A research team of university students achieves first place in the Health Innovation Hackathon



In a new achievement within the achievements of the university and its employees, the university won first place in the Health Innovation Hackathon competition held at King Saud bin Abdulaziz Al Saud University for Health Sciences in the National Guard in Riyadh, in which more than 13 Saudi universities participated, and with more than 60 participations, where the university participated with a device for drying and fixing medical tissues, which works with the ideal heating system and mechanism on laboratory medical strips installed on waxy paraffin tissues, which require heat A standardized minute for the purpose of stabilizing tissues during laboratory experiments on the slides, including the work of dyes after the installation process on them.

The team participating in the competition included student Ahmed Al-Darwish, student Ayyad Al-Shammari, student Jasser bin Baijan, student Muhammad Al-Muhareb from the university students, and student Ghala bint Abdulaziz bin Rashoud from King Saud University, under the supervision of Prof. Dr. Raed bin Salim Al-Baradei.

The research team presented preliminary experiments on testing the device and its efficiency in installing on the slides, and the results were confirmed by conducting experiments on tissues from dyes on the efficiency of the drying and installation process, and in practice, the device can adjust the digital temperature of slide heating devices with a digital screen from room temperature to 75 ° C (167 ° F), and the internal surface of the device is designed from thermoplastic ionized aluminum size 25 × 9 inches To transfer heat steadily and dry the slices uniformly, this unit also has an additional adjustment button that allows switching between seeing the set temperature and the actual temperatures at the same time, the device has been equipped with a steel fan based on comprehensive heat distribution on all installed slides, and it was provided with a thermostat to stop the process of increasing heat that may cause damage to genes and tissues installed on the tissue slides, and the device was also supported by a timer to ensure a time The experiment is not more than the required rate, and the device is designed with a light structure made of fiber material integrated with aluminum to ensure the work of balanced thermal heating and heat transfer quickly and at a rate consistent with the quality of the tissues to be installed and controllable in the form of a heating lube with a power of 200 watts, and this device is characterized by a heat tolerance of up to 70 degrees, a heat sensor and the presence of a filter to output excess water after drying the slides.

The device was manufactured at an economic cost that allows it to enter into competition for industrial markets that specialize in the field of medical devices, as its cost does not exceed 340 riyals only, as the other devices that are used in the implementation of the current drying and installation process reach approximately 6000 thousand riyals.

The research team, which obtained a document granting a patent for the industrial model from the Saudi Authority for Intellectual Property, included Saudi cadres from the sons and daughters of the country, from King Khalid Hospital, Mr. Saud Abdul Aziz Al-Ateeq, Mr. Issa Abdullah Abdul Mohsen Al-Issa, and from the university students, the student Ahmed Essam Ahmed Al-Dariwish, Ayad Muqhem Al-Shammari, Fahd Al-Enezi, the student Samar Muhammad Al-Omar, Obaid Suwaid Al-Sahli, Muhammad Muhareb Al-Muhareb, and the specialist, Ms. Nada Muhammad Al-Thumairy. , Jasser Mohammed Al-Baijan, Ghala Abdulaziz bin Rashoud from the students of King Saud Medical University of the National Guard, Abdullah Abdul Mohsen Al-Shaya, and Specialist Fahd Nasser Mohammed Al-Suwaid from the Ministry of Health, under the coordination and supervision of the Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Musaed bin Ali Al-Zahrani, and in coordination and follow-up of Prof. Dr. Raed bin Salim Al-Baradei from the Department of Medical Laboratories at the College of Applied Medical Sciences.

This achievement comes within a series of achievements and works of the Sheikh Abdullah bin Abdul Mohsen Al-Tuwaijri Chair for Strokes at the university, and the innovative team raised its thanks and appreciation to the President of the University, Prof.Saleh bin Abdullah Al-Mizil for his follow-up and support, which had a great impact on the achievements achieved, and to the Vice President of the University, Prof. Muslim Al-Dosari, the Vice President for Graduate Studies and Scientific Research, Prof. Ahmed Al-Rumaih, the Dean of the College of Applied Medical Sciences, Dr. Musaed Al-Zahrani, the Dean of Student Affairs, Dr. Saleh Al-Rashidi, and the Head of the Medical Laboratories Department, Dr. Sahar Al-Dosari, for their support for the march of inventions and innovations at the university and for male and female students.


Policy Statement on Students' Rights and Responsibilities

At Majmaah University, life outside the classroom is an integral part of the educational process. The exercise of responsibility is an important part of the development of the full potential of the student as an individual and as a citizen. The student’s awareness of the extent of his or her rights and responsibilities is necessary to the exercise of responsibility within the University community. To further these objectives and in recognition of students as members of the Majmaah University community, the University has adopted the following statement of policy.

a. Majmaah University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, or genetic information in matters of admissions, employment, services or in the educational programs or other activities.

b. The student has freedom of research, of legitimate classroom discussion, and of the advocacy of alternative opinions to those presented in the classroom.

c. The student will be evaluated on the basis of knowledge and academic performance for purposes of granting academic credit and not on the basis of personal beliefs.

d. The teacher-student relationship within the classroom is confidential, and disclosures of a student’s personal or political beliefs expressed in connection with course work will not be made public without explicit permission of the student. It is understood that the teacher may undertake the usual evaluation of knowledge and academic performance.

e. Students’ records may be released to persons outside the University only on request of the student or through compliance with applicable laws.

f. Students will be secure against invasion of privacy and unreasonable search and seizure.

g. to engage in all campus activities, exercising the right of a citizen of the community, state, and nation, provided he or she does not in any way purport to represent the University.

h. Students will have their views and welfare considered in the formation of University policy and will be consulted by or represented on University committees that affect students as members of the University community.

i. It is recognized that every member of the community has the responsibility to conduct themselves in a manner that does not violate the rights and freedoms of others and has the responsibility to recognize the principles within this statement of policy.


Discrimination and Harassment

Majmaah University does not discriminate or permit discrimination by any member of its community against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, parental status, marital status, age, disability, citizenship, or any other classification protected by law in matters of admissions, employment, services or in the educational programs or activities it operates. Harassment, ,whether verbal, physical, or visual, that is based on any of these characteristics is a form of discrimination. This includes harassing conduct affecting tangible job benefits, interfering unreasonably with an individual’s academic or work performance, or creating what a reasonable person would perceive is an intimidating, hostile, or offensive environment.



The Majmaah University adheres to all the Kingdom laws banning discrimination in public institutions of higher education. The University prohibits discrimination against any employee, applicant for employment, student or applicant for admission on the basis of any protected class. Protected classes include: age, color, creed, disability, ethnicity, marital status, or race. This policy covers discrimination in employment as well as in access to educational opportunities.

Discrimination is defined as adverse treatment of an individual based on that individual’s membership in one or more of the protected groups listed above. Therefore, any member of the campus community, guest, or visitor who acts to deny, deprive, or limit the educational, employment, housing and/or social access, benefits, and/or opportunities of any member of the campus community on the basis of their actual or perceived membership in the protected classes listed above is in violation of the University policy on discrimination. All University employees shall report all suspected incidents of discrimination or harassment. When brought to the attention of the University, any such discrimination will be appropriately remedied by the University according to the procedures outlined in this policy.


Rights and Responsibilities of Students and Authority

At Majmaah University, we must vigorously pursue an academic, work, and social environment that is civil, fair, and founded upon mutual respect and trust. All individuals within the broad University community should share this aspiration and its attendant responsibilities.

As members of the Majmaah University community, its faculty, staff, and students are expected to deal with each other with respect and consideration. The University also expects students to follow kingdom laws. Within this framework, students have guaranteed rights, but the exercise of those rights may not interfere with the rights of others in the University community.

Student Rights:

a. The right to pursue academic and other goals without being subject to discrimination on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, parental status, marital status, age, disability, or citizenship

b. Protection against unlawful searches and seizures

c. Freedom to exercise the civil rights to which any citizen of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is entitled

d. The right to a fair and impartial hearing, either through administrative procedures or through the University Hearing and Appeals System, regarding allegations of violations of institutional rules.

In the exercise of these rights, students may file reports of incidents with the University administration with the expectation that such reports will be investigated in a timely and thorough manner.


Student Academic Ethics Policy

The culture of the Majmaah University is characterized by a long-standing commitment to student learning and to excellence in teaching. This commitment has been established through the development of an open, ethical and caring community that promotes diversity, honesty, integrity, respect, fairness, trust and civility among its members. This community has created a culture based on core values that include intellectual vitality, intellectual and academic freedom, the well-being of its members and service to others.

In order to realize its commitments and values, all members of the university community must demonstrate academic integrity and ethical behavior and foster academic integrity and ethical behavior in others. Those who violate university’s standards of academic ethics must be held responsible for their misconduct. Those who observe violations of academic ethics have a responsibility to address it.

 It is the purpose of this document to describe the responsibilities, provide definitions and examples of conduct which violates academic ethics and recommend appropriate sanctions in the case of misconduct.