About: University Organization

Board of Directors

Membership

1. The Chairman of the Board.


2. The following members, by virtue of their positions:

  • The Vice-Chancellor.
  • The Deputy Vice-Chancellor.
  • The Principal who serves as the Rapporteur of the Board.
  • Dean of Students Affairs.
  • Secretary for Scientific Affairs.
  • Dean, Deanship of Libraries Affairs.

3. Members selected from inside the University as follows:


  • Three (3) staff members, two (2) of them shall not be members of the Faculty Staff.
  • Two (2) members selected by the Students' Union, among them the Students' Union President.
  • Eight (8) members selected by the Deans Council, three (3) of them shall be Deans of Colleges.

4. Members from outside the University:


  • Twenty-one (21) competent and efficient members from outside the university who have significant interest in higher education and national concerns to be appointed by the Patron of the University upon the recommendation of the Minister of Higher Education.
  • The duration period of the Board shall be four (4) years effective from the date of formation.
  • In the event a vacancy in the Board of Directors occurs, such vacancy shall be filled in accordance with the applicable regulations in force.
Jurisdiction and Powers

In addition to any jurisdictions or powers contained in the University laws, the Council has the following jurisdictions and authorities:


  • Submitting proposals to the Council on setting conditions and requirements relating to educational qualifications which are required for students seeking admission to SUST.
  • Organizing study programs at the University and the examinations held in accordance with the provisions of the basic Rules
  • Developing plans for the organization of Colleges, Schools, Institutes, Centers , Departments and Training Units , makes any changes, reviews them, and identifies subjects to be taught by every Unit, pursuant to its area of specialization. The Council shall issue a report to the Board on the need to create any college, school, institute, center, department, or a new training unit, or the need to eliminate any of the above, merge or split them.
  • Conferring scientific degrees to persons who successfully completed their studies as approved by the applicable rules.
  • Conferring honorary degrees and scientific awards to individuals who are deemed worthy thereof, in accordance with the applicable provisions of the regulations.
  • Awarding title of professor emeritus.
  • Submitting a report on any matter referred to it by the Council.
  • Encouraging and promoting scientific research, authorship, and publishing.
  • Approving additional study programs.
  • Creating and establishing the appropriate scientific councils and special committees, and delegates powers to any of them to enable it to exercise any of its rights, by virtue of authority vested in it, except the power of granting scientific degrees.
  • Making recommendations to the Council on the conditions and the scientific basis relating to the appointment and promotions of the faculty members.
  • Taking accountability procedures based on the recommendations of the Committees formed by the Council, against faculty, university students or those whom have been awarded scientific or honorary degrees and convicted on charges relating to the honor code of academic work.
  • Depriving any person who has been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude or has been guilty of dishonorable or scandalous conduct or a flagrant breach of honor, of any scientific degree conferred to him, and revoking all privileges granted to him by virtue of this degree.
Standing Committees

Reporting up through Faculty Council are several standing committees pertaining to: Admission and Registration, Authorship, Publication and Translation, Self-Assessment & Quality Assurance.

University Senate

Membership

The Council is composed of the following members

Jurisdiction and Powers

In addition to any jurisdictions or powers contained in the University laws, the Council has the following jurisdictions and authorities:


  • Submitting proposals to the Council on setting conditions and requirements relating to educational qualifications which are required for students seeking admission to SUST.
  • Organizing study programs at the University and the examinations held in accordance with the provisions of the basic Rules
  • Developing plans for the organization of Colleges, Schools, Institutes, Centers , Departments and Training Units , makes any changes, reviews them, and identifies subjects to be taught by every Unit, pursuant to its area of specialization. The Council shall issue a report to the Board on the need to create any college, school, institute, center, department, or a new training unit, or the need to eliminate any of the above, merge or split them.
  • Conferring scientific degrees to persons who successfully completed their studies as approved by the applicable rules.
  • Conferring honorary degrees and scientific awards to individuals who are deemed worthy thereof, in accordance with the applicable provisions of the regulations.
  • Awarding title of professor emeritus.
  • Submitting a report on any matter referred to it by the Council.
  • Encouraging and promoting scientific research, authorship, and publishing.
  • Approving additional study programs.
  • Creating and establishing the appropriate scientific councils and special committees, and delegates powers to any of them to enable it to exercise any of its rights, by virtue of authority vested in it, except the power of granting scientific degrees.
  • Making recommendations to the Council on the conditions and the scientific basis relating to the appointment and promotions of the faculty members.
  • Taking accountability procedures based on the recommendations of the Committees formed by the Council, against faculty, university students or those whom have been awarded scientific or honorary degrees and convicted on charges relating to the honor code of academic work.
  • Depriving any person who has been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude or has been guilty of dishonorable or scandalous conduct or a flagrant breach of honor, of any scientific degree conferred to him, and revoking all privileges granted to him by virtue of this degree.
Standing Committees

Reporting up through Faculty Council are several standing committees pertaining to: Admission and Registration, Authorship, Publication and Translation, Self-Assessment & Quality Assurance.

Deans Council

Membership

The Council is composed of the following members

Standing Committees

Reporting up through Faculty Council are several standing committees pertaining to: Admission and Registration, Authorship, Publication and Translation, Self-Assessment & Quality Assurance.

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