Non-Discrimination Policy

American University of Madaba

Certificate of Corporate Vote

Non-Discrimination Policy


This is to certify that the Board of Trustees of the American University of Madaba, on March 18, 2013 pursuant to its By-laws, with waiver of notice, adopted as follows:

Waiver, Consent and Approval

The American University of Madaba Board of Trustees hereby waives notice, affirmatively consents and approves the adoption of the following resolution:

RESOLVED, The American University of Madaba prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, colour, gender, sexual orientation, age, religion, national origin, physical disability, or veteran status in its recruitment, admissions, employment, evaluation, and advancement policies.

 

 

Admission Policies

 

 

 

Transfer students

Transfer students regulations is found in the “Awarding the bachelor degree Regulation”.

 

Transfer

Article 23 a. Students are allowed to transfer to the university if there is a vacancy available for them, and if they meet the following conditions:

  1. Having a grade average in the General Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent acceptable for admission into the specialization transferred to at the university in the year of obtaining that certificate, or in the year of registration at the university.
  2. Having been transferred from a university, university college, or university institute recognized by the university.
  3. Completing at the university no fewer than half of the credit hours required for graduation in accordance with the curriculum approved at the time of admission.
  4. Having previously attended an institution that follows the regular system which requires attendance.
  5. Having obtained a good-conduct certificate from the university from which they intend to transfer.
  6. A committee shall be established and named “Student Transfer Committee” to review the transfer applications to the university and the transfer applications from one specialization to another at the University according to the conditions in effect and the measures set by this committee. It shall be comprised of a vice president, concerned deans of faculties, and the Director of Admission and Registration.
  7. Course equivalence shall be done by the concerned academic departments to all courses completed by the students in any other university during the first semester of their enrollment at the university. Students may not challenge the decision concerning the courses that have been transferred after the end of their first semester at the university.
  8. Taking into consideration Article (27c) of these regulations, if a student is admitted into the University as a new freshman, and if they have successfully completed courses at another university, university college, university institute, or a community college recognized by the university, and if those courses fall within the curriculum of the specialization in which they were admitted, no more than 50% of the courses in the curriculum of the specialization to which they have transferred shall be counted, without computing their grades in the student’s semester or cumulative average, provided that their grade in each of those courses was not less than 50% or what is equivalent to it.
  9. If a student is admitted as a new freshman at the University, and if that student has successfully completed courses required for earning a degree before they were admitted into the university, and if those courses fall within the curriculum of the new specialization in which they were admitted, those courses shall be reviewed for transfer by the concerned academic departments. The regulations governing course transfer from other institutions shall be applicable in this case concerning the allowed period of time and number and type of credit hours required for graduation.
  10. Transfer petitions shall be submitted to the Admission and Registration Department, which forwards them to the Student Transfer Committee. The committee reviews the petitions and takes a decision of approval/disapproval concerning each one of them.

 

Article 24 a. Students may transfer from one specialization to another at the university if a vacancy in the specialization to which they wish to transfer is available, provided they have met either of the following two conditions:

  1. Having a grade average in the General Secondary School Certificate or its equivalent that was accepted for admission into the specialization to which they wish to transfer in the year of obtaining that certificate, or in the year in which they wish to transfer.
  2. The grade average required for admission into the specialization to which they wish to transfer, according to the general rules, being equal to or less than the average required for admission into the specialization from which they wish to transfer in the year they were enrolled in that specialization, or in the year in which they wish to transfer.
  3. When a student transfers to another specialization, the courses they select from among the courses they studied in the previous specialization can be counted in and included in the curriculum of the new specialization, and their grades in those courses shall be computed in their cumulative average.
  4. If a student studied a course in the specialization to which they have transferred, and that course had been studied in the previous specialization, and they do not want that course to be counted at the time of transfer, that course shall be considered as a repeated course.
  5. Students may not be allowed to transfer from one specialization to another more than three times.
  6. If a student discontinues their study for a semester because they did not register or because of dismissal from specialization, and wish in the same semester to transfer to another specialization at the university, the discontinuation of study for that semester would be considered as deferment for the purpose of completing the transfer procedures.
  7. As for the student who has been dismissed from a specialization and wishes to transfer to another specialization, and if their discontinuation of study has exceeded one semester, but they have not yet completed the transfer procedures, they shall be considered as dismissed from the university.
  8. A student dismissed from a specialization for a low cumulative average, or prior to the ultimate dismissal from the university while still in the special study program, may be allowed to transfer to another specialization if they meet the conditions mentioned in item (a) of this Article.

 

Article 25 a. One semester shall be deducted from the upper limit of years allowed for graduation against every 15 credit hours counted for a transfer student, whether the transfer was from within or without the university.

  1. Transfer students shall be considered as new students for the purposes of deferment, probation, and dismissal from specialization.
  2. Transfer applications shall be submitted, according to Article (24a) of these regulations, to the Director of Admission and Registration using the forms prepared for this purpose.
  3. Student petitions for transfer from one specialization to another shall be decided by the concerned faculty deans.

 

Article 26 a. University students are allowed to study no more than 18 credit hours in any other accredited university, provided that the courses are not offered in the University in that semester or that there is a scheduling conflict that cannot be resolved, and these credits shall be transferred according to the following conditions:

  1. The student shall be regularly enrolled at the University.
  2. The student shall have completed at least 33 credit hours at the University.
  3. The student shall obtain prior written approval of their department chair and the dean of their faculty to study the requested courses. A written notice to this effect shall be conveyed to the Director of Admission and Registration prior to the commencement of study at the other university.
  4. These credits shall be transferred if the student has passed them and obtained a minimum grade of “Fair” or 50% or its equivalent, and studied them in a regular program of study requiring attendance, but they shall not be computed in their cumulative average.
  5. These credits shall not be studied in the last semester before graduation.
  6. The number of credit hours a student must study at the University shall not, subsequently, go below 50% of the required courses in their curriculum.
  7. Should a student’s graduation be contingent upon studying a course or two at the most, whose credit hours do not exceed 6 hours, and these courses are not offered in the semester at the end of which they are expected to graduate, the student may be allowed to study this course/these courses in another accredited and recognized university in the last semester before graduation after obtaining a written approval from the dean.

University students are allowed to study up to 36 credit hours in another university on the basis of an agreement between it and the University in accordance with the conditions set forth in items 1-6 of paragraph A of this article.

Regulations for Awarding the Bachelor’s Degree

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Student Conduct Code

 

Student Conduct Code 

 

  1. Preamble

The American University of Madaba (AUM) is committed to facilitating academic and personal growth of its students and to providing them with a stimulating and safe campus atmosphere. By entering AUM, students are expected to conduct themselves in a manner compatible with the University standards of personal and educational integrity; to assume responsibility for their actions; to recognize and uphold University regulations; to be respectful of the rights and welfare of members of the University community as well as its guests. In sum, the student’s conduct shall not threaten (physically, mentally or emotionally) the health, safety or welfare of members of the University or its guests.

Students attending AUM are obliged to comply with several responsibilities, including, but not limited to the following:

(a) Obeying local and national laws;

(b) Avoiding the misuse or harm of property which belongs to the university, any member of the university community or its guests;

(c) Not to practice any form of discrimination or intimidation.

Students are encouraged to utilize all University services and facilities to elevate their academic knowledge, personal skills and hobbies; widen their cultural knowledge; and become a more diverse and tolerant community.

The Student Conduct Code is not a substitute for criminal or civil judicial proceedings. It is intended to be an integral part of AUM’s learning experience, which can result in helping students to change their behavior, enhance the level of their maturity and responsibility. The Student Conduct Code guarantees the rights of students to exercise their rights on any issue that concerns them and to appeal any accusation that might be filed against them.

Students are responsible for obtaining all published materials and updates from the Office of Student Affairs relating to this Code. Any question of interpretation or application of this Student Conduct Code shall be referred to the Dean of Student Affairs.

1.1 The goals of the Student Conduct Code are:

  • To promote a campus environment that supports the educational mission of the University;
  • To protect the University community from disruption and harm;
  • To encourage appropriate standards of individual and group behavior; and
  • To foster ethical standards and engaged citizens.

 

 

1.2 The Student Conduct Code fulfills this mission by providing programs and services that:

  • Develop, disseminate, interpret and enforce campus regulations;
  • Teach students about appropriate behavior and community membership;
  • Foster students' intellectual, ethical and cultural development;
  • Intervene and effectively address behavior that violates the Code; and
  • Offer educational and leadership opportunities for students who adhere to the Code.

1.3 Professional Conduct

As part of its commitment to integrity and respect in the community in which it operates, AUM expects that its students will conduct themselves in a professional and respectful manner at all times, both when interacting within the university community and when representing the University at events outside the institution. In this regard, students will not at any time engage in unduly disruptive, threatening, unethical, disrespectful or abusive conduct toward other members of the University community, including fellow students, instructors and staff, and their conduct should be compatible with the requirements of their environmentally friendly campus.

  1. Non-Discrimination Policy

AUM prohibits discrimination against any member of the University community on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin or ancestry, genetic information, marital status, parental status or disability. Accordingly, equal opportunity of employment and admission shall be extended to all qualified persons. The University is an Equal Opportunity Employer and promotes fair treatment practices in employment and admission, which provides specific contractual rights and remedies consistent with local laws, regulations and orders for ethnic minorities, women and persons with disabilities.

  1. Equal Rights Policy

All students are to be treated equally and have the same right to access and use University facilities regardless of race, age, sex, color, religion, marital status, national origin or ancestry or disability.

Article I: Student Bill of Rights

Students have certain rights as members of the University community, in addition to those rights and privileges guaranteed by the laws and constitution of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan. Under any circumstances, the University shall respect and take full responsibility not to deny these rights to students. Students have the responsibility not to deny these rights to other members of the University community. Under all circumstances, the University shall not compromise the rights and privileges granted to students and students will not be subject to questioning or discipline for exercising any of these rights and privileges as listed below:

  1. Learning Environment

The University should provide a healthy, safe, experiential, exploratory and welcoming campus environment to enable students to develop intellectual and academic freedom. Furthermore, the teaching process should preserve the rights of students for respect and dignity, and the University is obligated to assist students and provide the necessary tools to enhance the learning process.

  1. Rights in the Classroom

Students have the right to be told clearly at the beginning of the course about the content of the course, study plan, teaching/learning methodology and how their performance and competence will be evaluated. Students have the right to be updated consistently, concisely and carefully about their performance in the tasks assigned by the instructor such as exams, in-class activities, homework, projects, etc. Students have the right to be evaluated according to the criteria clearly stated in the syllabus at the beginning of the course without prejudice or favoritism. To assure perpetual quality teaching, students have the right to evaluate faculty members for each class taken.

  1. Freedom from Discrimination and Harassment

Students have the right to a campus life free of any form of discrimination or harassment. Students must be viewed and treated equally by all University officials and other students, irrespective of their race, age, sex, color, religion, marital status, national origin or ancestry or disability.

  1. Disabled Student Rights

Disabled students have the right to access and utilize all facilities and services provided by the University. The University administrative team should engage disabled students to participate in all activities and potential opportunities.

  1. Right of Due Process

Students have the right to due process to defend themselves against any allegation involving the possible violation of any item of the Code.

  1. Privacy and Confidentiality

Students have the right not to share or disclose any private or confidential matters about their personal beliefs or views to any member of the University community. Students also have the right to refuse any unauthorized search of or seizure from their person.

  1. Student Records

Students have the right to the protection of their educational records from unauthorized disclosure, tampering or soliciting.

  1. 2TThe Right of Expression

The University recognizes each student's right to free speech. In keeping with this recognition, the student media shall be free of censorship and advanced approval of material, provided that its student leadership develops written editorial policies, ethical operating procedures and provides accurate and balanced news coverage that conforms to the highest academic and journalistic standards, local laws and the Mission of the University.

  1. Right to Contribute to University Governance

Students have the right to contribute to the making of institutional policy generally affecting their social or academic affairs. Students have the right to participate in the formation of standards of student conduct and the student disciplinary procedures by serving as members of appropriate committees such as the Student Affairs Committee of the Faculty Council. Furthermore, Students have the right to be represented by student clubs.

Article II: Forbidden Conduct

  1. Academic Misconduct

All forms of academic misconduct, including, but not limited to, cheating, attempting to cheat, deliberate absence from lectures, fabrication, plagiarism, facilitating academic misconduct and unauthorized possession or disposition of academic materials.

  1. Acts of Dishonesty

Dishonesty, including but not limited to furnishing false or misleading information to any University official, forgery, alteration or misuse of any University document, record, fund or identification.

  1. Disorderly Conduct

Actions or attempted actions that obstruct, interfere or could result in harm to any member of the University community or its guests, regardless of its actual intent.

  1. Disruption

Any action which restricts, obstructs or interferes with any academic, athletic or administrative function or attempts to do so.

  1. Smoking Policy

Smoking is prohibited inside of all University buildings, including dormitories and offices. Members of the University community who choose to smoke must do so only outdoors in designated areas of the campus.

  1. Abuse and Endangerment

Physical, mental, psychological or verbal abuse, intimidation or conduct which threatens or endangers the health, welfare or safety of any person on campus, including self-abuse, is prohibited on University premises.

  1. Harassment

Verbal or physical transgression of an individual or group based upon their race, age, sex, color, religion, marital status, national origin or ancestry, disability, veteran status is forbidden by the non-discrimination policy of the University.

  1. Hazing

It is forbidden to make people do unusual, difficult or dangerous things which could endanger their mental or physical health or safety, as a precondition to joining a group, organization or club.

  1. Drug Policy

The University strictly forbids the use, possession, transfer and/or sale of narcotic and other unlawful drugs.

  1. Alcohol Policy

The University strictly forbids the use, possession, transfer and/or sale of alcoholic beverages of any type on University premises.

  1. Firearms/Harmful Tools

Possession or use of firearms, dangerous weapons, flammable devices, explosives, chemicals, knives or other harmful tools on University premises is strictly forbidden unless it is authorized for use in coursework and is carefully supervised.

  1. Unauthorized Access

Students are not permitted in any open or closed area of the Campus that has been designated as off limits by the University or any authorized University official. Students are not allowed to be present in University buildings, steam tunnels or on University property at times or places where such presence is prohibited.

  1. Property theft or misuse of property

Theft, attempted theft, misuse and/or damaging of property belonging to the University or any member of the University community is forbidden. Such actions will be disciplined internally and could also result in legal charges being filed against the person or people responsible.

  1. Violations of the Law

Actions which violate the laws and traditions of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan are forbidden on University premises and could also result in external charges being filed.

  1. Sexual Misconduct

Actions including, but not limited to, indecent behavior, posting of photographs/images of a sexual nature, engaging in intimate activity, viewing or promoting unethical videos.

  1. Gambling

Playing games for gain or any other form of betting.

  1. Dress Code

Students are expected to hold to a high level of decency and morality and are expected to dress in an appropriate manner on campus. A student’s attire should never be crude, provocative or offensive in any way. Therefore, indecent or culturally inappropriate clothing is prohibited from the educational environment.

  1. Misuse of Technology

Any form of misuse or abuse of University computers or other technological resources.

  1. Bullying

Bullying and hounding are particularly vicious forms of physical and/or mental abuse and will be treated as such.

  1. 2TRiots

Participation in or attendance at riots or mass disturbances on the city streets or on any area of the Campus.

  1. 2TDefiance of Authority

Defiance, belligerence toward or lying to a University security officer, faculty member or other University official, who, in the line of duty, issues an order or asks for identification or information.

Students are expected to carry University identification cards at all times and must identify themselves to University officials upon request.

Any student found to have committed, or attempted to commit, any of the following deeds is subject to disciplinary sanctions.

Honor Code Pledge

As a student at the American University of Madaba, I pledge to commit myself to honesty and integrity. I pledge to read the Student Conduct Code and become aware of all misconducts detailed therein and shall refrain from all acts of academic and behavioral misconduct. I swear to respect the safety and welfare of all members of the University community and its guests.

 

Student name                                                                                                  Signature

Regulations for Student Discipline

Regulations for Student Discipline

 at the American University of Madaba No. (4) of 2018

Issued on the Basis of Article “16-B-13” of the Law of Jordanian Universities

 No. 18 of 2018 and its Amendments

 

Article 1          These regulations shall be named “Regulations for Student Discipline at the American University of Madaba of 2018”.  They shall go into effect after they have been duly approved.

 

Article 2          The words and phrases below shall have, wherever they appear in these regulations, their specified meaning unless otherwise indicated in context: 

                        University                    American University of Madaba

                        President                      President of the University

                        Council                        Council of Deans

                        Faculty                         Any Faculty or Deanship at the University

                        Dean                            Faculty dean or the Dean of Student Affairs at the University

                       

Article 3          These regulations shall apply to all students registered at the University.

 

Article 4          The following acts are considered disciplinary violations that subject the student who commits any of them to the disciplinary measures stated in these regulations:

  1. Deliberate absence from classes or any other activities that require attendance, and inciting others to do so.
  2. Cheating, or attempting to cheat, in tests or exams, or disrupting their order.
  3. Any act of misconduct which may encroach upon honor, dignity, public morals, or good conduct and behavior, or is likely to damage the reputation of the University or discredit its employees.
  4. Verbal or physical assault or harassment by a person or group of individuals over other people based on race, age, gender, color, religion, marital status, descent and disability, including bullying, bullying, and physical, psychological, or moral harm to any university student
  5. Organizing or participating in any group or organization on campus without prior permission issued by the competent University authorities, or participating in any group activity which violates organizational procedures at the University
  6. Using University premises or facilities for any activities for which they are not designed, or using them without obtaining prior permission.
  7. Using any firearms or sharp objects in, or bringing them into, the University
  8. Circulating brochures or publishing wall newspapers or posters in University premises, or collecting signatures or donations without prior permission issued by the competent University authorities, or abusing the granted permission to undertake the abovementioned activities.
  9. Distribute, publish or suspend pornographic images that contain sexual characteristics, engage in intimate relationships, or publish and distribute pornographic films.
  10. Disturbing the order or discipline that has to be observed in lectures delivered on campus.
  11. Committing any act of insult, offense, or assault/assault attempt, directed against any of the faculty, staff, workers, or fellow students at the University or Faculty.
  12. Abusing or destroying any of the properties belonging to the University on purpose or out of negligence.
  13. Forging University documents or using forged documents for any University purposes.
  14. Giving documents and university IDs to others intentionally for illegal use.
  15. Stealing or encroaching upon any of the properties belonging to the University, Faculty, employees, or students.
  16. Incitement, arrangement, participation, or interference in acts of violence, riots, or bilateral or group scrimmage against students or other people inside or outside the university on occasions involving the university or an activity carried out by the university.
  17. Incitement to commit dangerous or unusual actions that could cause a psychological or physical danger or have a negative impact on the security of the university
  18. Possessing, taking or promoting spirits or narcotic substances inside the university, or the presence of the student to the university while he is under the influence of spirits or narcotics.
  19. Smoking inside university buildings or in places not designated for smoking.
  20. Playing any kind of gambling or games that depend on illicit financial profit.
  21. Violating effective University laws, bylaws, regulations or decisions.
  22. Violating effective students’ conduct code

   

Article 5  

 Considering the provisions of Articles (6), (7), (8) and (9) of these regulations, the following penalties may be imposed upon students who commit any of the violations listed in Article (4):

  1. Forewarning
  2. Dismissal from the classroom and call the University Security when necessary.
  3. Disallowing the student from attending some or all of the lectures of the course in which the violation occurred.
  4. Disallowing the student for a limited period of time from using the University facilities in which the violation took place.
  5. Disallowing the student for a limited period of time from activities in which the violation in which the violation took place.
  6. Warning with its three levels first second and Ultimate
  7. A fine of no less than the value of twice the thing or things that the student destroyed.
  8. Cancellation of registration in one or more courses of the semester in which the violation occurs.
  9. Receiving a grade ‘F’ in one or more subjects.
  10. Temporary suspension from the University for one or more Semesters or disallowing the student to register for Summer Session.
  11. Permanent dismissal from the University.
  12. Deferment of conferring a degree to the student for a period not exceeded two semesters.
  13. Cancellation of the decision to award a diploma in case there is any falsification or fraud in the procedures for obtaining it.

 

Article 6             If a student is caught cheating in a test or exam, they shall be subject to one or more of the following penalties:

  1. Receiving a grade ‘F’ in the course.
  2. Receiving any of the disciplinary penalties stated in paragraphs (f-k) of Article (5) of these regulations.

 

Article 7  

a. The following combined penalties shall be imposed on a student who has agreed with another student or other person to sit for an exam or test instead and in fact, the test was taken by that other student or person: 

      1. Receiving a grade ‘F’ in that course.
      2. Cancellation of registration in all courses of the semester in which the violation occurs.
      3. Temporary suspension from the university for at least two semesters as of the following semester in which the violation occurs

b. The following combined penalties shall be imposed on the student who sat for the test or exam instead: 

    1. Cancellation of registration in all courses of the semester in which the violation occurs.
    2. Temporary suspension from the university for at least two semesters as of the following semester in which the violation occurs

c. If the person who interred the exam is not a university student then he/she will be handed over to the competent judicial authorities. 

 

Article 8    

  1. If, as a result of the investigation, it is proven that the student has incited, masterminded, participated, or interfered in violence, riots, or bilateral or group quarrels inside or outside the university on an occasion in which the university is involved or an activity undertaken, the final semester of the university will be awarded.
  2. If, as a result of the investigation, it is proven that the student has committed a severe harm to a faculty member, staff at the university, or students, he / she shall be subject to a penalty of temporary or final dismissal from the university.

 

Article 9 

  1. If, as a result of the investigation, it is proven that the student was in possession of alcoholic drinks, or he/she entered the university while under its influence, he/she shall be subjected to a penalty of dismissal from the university for a period of two semesters, and in case of repetition, he/she shall be permanently dismissed from the university.
  2. If, as a result of the investigation, it is proven that the student was in possession of narcotic substances, or that he/she used or promoted them, or entered the university while under its influence, he/she shall be subject to the penalty of final dismissal from the university.

 

Article 10   

  1. It is permissible to combine two disciplinary penalties or more of the penalties stipulated in these regulations
  2. In case of imposing a temporary dismissal penalty from the university, the identity of the dismissed student is withdrawn and he/she is prevented from entering the university campus during the semester, unless with prior permission from the Dean of Student Affairs.
  3. A student who has been dismissed from the University for a Final Disciplinary Penalty is deprived of obtaining a certificate of good conduct, and his / her name is also circulated to other public and private universities.

 

Article 11   

  1. The decisions to impose disciplinary penalties shall be kept in the student’s file in the Deanship of students affairs. Department of Admission and Registration, student’s parent or sponsor, if applicable, and the concerned Dean may be notified of the disciplinary decision. The concerned faculty dean may place the decision on the notice board.
  2. The concerned faculty Dean shall notify all decisions to impose penalties on any of the students to the Dean of Student Affairs and the Director of the Admission and Registration Department. 

 

Article 12    

  1. A student who has been temporary dismissed from the university is not entitled to register in the summer session that precedes the semester in which he/she was dismissed.
  2. Courses taken at any other university during his/ her dismissal will not be counted

 

Article 13  

  1. The student who is referred for investigation is not entitled to withdraw from the study before the end of the investigation.
  2. The student graduation procedures shall be suspended until the violation he/she committed is settled and a decision is taken

 

Article 14      

  1. The Council shall, at the beginning of each academic year, form a committee consisting of three members in addition to a fourth reserve member of the faculty members at the university, to investigate the student violations committed on University campus. In case of necessity, more than one committee may be formed.
  2. The validity of the committee is one year, renewable.
  3. It’s the responsibility of the Dean of Student Affairs to refer the violations to this committee for investigation and recommendation for appropriate penalties.

 

  Article 15  

a.The Council shall, at the beginning of each academic year, form a disciplinary council consisting of

  1. Dean of student affairs, chair
  2. Dean of the faculty to which the student belongs
  3. Three faculty members at the university.
  4. A fourth reserve member

        in order to look into the students’ violations referred by the Dean of Student Affairs or from the deans of the faculties, as the case may be.

b.The validity of the committee is one year, renewable.

c.In special cases, the council may replace the president of the disciplinary council with another president for a specified period.

  

 Article 16 

Investigation committees and disciplinary council must decide on the cases referred to them within a period not exceeding thirty days from the date of the referral from the competent authorities and the president may extend that period if the circumstances require that. The violating student must present before the committees or the council throughout that period.

The investigation committees and the disciplinary council have the right to issue their decisions In absentia, if the violating student did not present after being notified through the announcement at the faculty for the second time.

 

 Article 17        

If the validity for any of the investigation committees and the disciplinary council expires, it continues to exercise its powers until new committees and council are formed .

 

Article 18   

        The authorities to impose disciplinary penalties against students shall be defined as follows:

  1. A faculty member or course instructor is entitled to impose written penalties stated in items (a, b, c) of Article (5) of these regulations,
  2. The Dean is entitled to impose any of the penalties stated in items (a) – (j) of Article (5) of these regulations.
  3. The concerned dean has the right to confiscate any material entered by the student with the aim of using it for any unlawful purpose.
  4. The Council is entitled to impose any of the penalties stated in of Article (5) of these regulations. according to his conviction

 

Article 19

  1. Taking into account the paragraphs (b) and (c) of this article, all disciplinary decisions are final, with the exception of the penalties stipulated in paragraphs (k), (l) and (m) of Article (5) of these regulations as the student has the right to appeal any decision to the council within fifteen days from the date of the decision being issued or announced in the faculty. The council has the right to approve the decisions taken, amend it, or cancel it, and if the student does not appeal the penalty decision, the issued disciplinary decision is considered final.
  2. Penalties from the degree of first warning and higher are recorded in the student’s academic record.
  3. The effect of the recorded penalties shall be expired and removed from the student's academic record as follows:

1.The first warnings after two semesters have elapsed.

2.Double warning after the elapse of three semesters or upon his graduation

3.Final warning after the elapse of four semesters

4.Remaining penalties after the elapse of two semesters after the student graduation

 

Article 20

 University security employees are responsible for maintaining security and order on campus. The reports they provide shall be valid unless proven otherwise 

 

Article 21

The president has the right to assume the powers of the disciplinary council at the university stipulated in these regulations in case of necessity, such as the occurrence of quarrels, riots, assault on university property, or disturbance or disorder in it, the President, in such a situation, shall notify the Council of his decision. 

 

Article 22

The university may continue its disciplinary procedures stipulated in these regulations even if the violation is seen by other bodies. 

 

Article 23

The President and the Dean of Student Affairs are responsible for implementing the provisions of these regulations 

      

Article 24

These regulations cancel Student Discipline regulations No. (5) for the year 2012.

Graduation Requirements

 

Graduation Requirements

 

The Bachelor’s Degree shall be awarded upon the fulfillment of the following requirements:

  1. Passing all of the courses required for graduation in the curriculum of the specialization in which the student was registered.
  2. Obtaining a cumulative average no less than 60%.
  3. Fulfilling all other requirements of the curriculum according to which the student graduates.
  4. Spending the minimum period required for obtaining the Bachelor’s Degree, and not exceeding the maximum limit, (Refer to Awarding the Bachelor Degree Regulations/article 10 )
  5. As for the transfer student and the new student, for whom a number of courses have been transferred, they shall successfully complete at the university no less than 50% of the credit hours required for graduation in the curriculum approved at the time of admission, including the last two semesters of study.

 

 

 

Graduation fee: 300 JD.  

 

 

Student’s academic records

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Students Association

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Awarding the master's degree

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Final Examination Regulations

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