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Rabi Al-Thani 1442
24 November 2020

Deanship of Community Service offers virtual classes to diploma students

Last Modified Thu, 2020/06/11 - 05:13

As part of the efforts exerted by the Deanship of Community Service and Distance Education (DCSDE) to ensure that students of paid diploma programs are attending virtual classes, a coordination was made with all departments to make sure that materials are available to students.
The Dean of DCSDE, Dr. Omar Al-Sharyofi, pointed that since first day of class suspension, a coordination was made with lectures to activate distance learning with all challenges being overcome. All that was at the request of the rector, Dr. Khalid Al-Muqren and the follow-up of the vice-rector, Prof. Musallam Al-Dosari, who demonstrated a great deal of concern about students.
The vice-dean for educational affairs, Dr. Abdelkarem Al-Harbi, said the working team is in constant contact with the supervisors of diploma programs to address any problem that might occur. Weekly reports are prepared about the progress of the programs.
The dean, Dr. Al-Sharyofi, extended his thanks to MU Rector and the Vice-Rector for their support and follow-up of the deanship role in serving the community.