At the beginning of every semester, each one of the faculty members at the college clarifies to the students very clearly the exam dates for each semester, due time for projects, and final exams and timetables. In addition to what is mentioned, a brochure, which includes the academic calendar year and the most important dates such as exam dates, etc., is handed to students at the very beginning of the semester.

You should inform the students’ affairs and fill out a form after that they inform you of the changes.

You should inform the students’ affairs as soon as possible and fill out the ‘Incomplete Exam Form’ to be able to have the exam later on. The student has to present documents of excuses related to his/her absence if:

  • He/she is sick and unable to attend the exam.
  • One of the family members has passed away
  • There is an accident, fires, etc.
  • Or any case related to the sand storm, fog, etc.

Every student has the right to complain regarding the results. The academic calendar provides information on the time period in which complaints are accepted. The student has to fill out a complaint form at the students’ affairs, and then the students’ affairs will take the necessary procedures and inform the student of the new evaluated results of the exam. Only the final exam can be reevaluated.

He / She will be dismissed from the hall, and then a report will be written about the case by the proctor. Next, a committee will consider the case and send it to the Dean Council to take a decision as follows:

  • The student will be given (F) in the course in addition to a written warning, a copy of which will be kept in the student’s file.
  • A copy of such a case will electronically be kept in the student’s file. If such a case repeated the student will be dismissed from the college and all the warnings which have been sent to him/her will be kept in his/her file as well as at the students’ affairs.

Cheating means an attempt to get information in illegal and immoral ways. Cheating can be in different ways such as:

  • Getting an answer or answers from a classmate.
  • Passing or trying to pass information among students.
  • Using a means which helps to store or pass information among students such as slips of papers, calculators, digital watches & mobiles.
  • Having any illegal or not allowed resources during an exam.
  • Using, buying or stealing exam questions, homework, and projects.
  • Copying other students’ homework and projects.
  • Using summaries or handouts during the exam to get information from.
  • If somebody in personates him in the exam.
  • Using the mobile phone during the exam.

Plagiarism means using the others’ works without referring to the original resources and authors’ names of this information. Nevertheless, students are not allowed to copy more than 10% of any. Examples of plagiarism

  • To present a work, which is an outcome of a group of people without referring to them.
  • To present a copy of others work as his/her own. (homework, projects, researches, or any other works. )