The Registrar and Admissions Department is one of the most vital administrative departments in the University and upon which the academic process depends. It is the department which represents the University as it is the first department a student encounters when first visiting the University. It is also the place where a large volume of information converges to be later disseminated to the various University departments from the Presidentís office to the students themselves. It is the indispensable connecting link needed for the completion of the educational process. It is also the department which oversees and controls this process in all its forms from student registration to ensuring the application of educational rules and guidelines.
Activities and Achievements
Updating the computer registration system and implementing its use and completing student paperwork.
Initiating the self-registration program for existing students through University labs.
Opening a new educational center in Amman for the students of the Class Teacher Completion Program and preparing teaching schedules specific to that branch. (The first, second, and
third classes of Class Teacher Completion Program and the fourth, fifth and sixth classes of The Higher Diploma Program have graduated.)
Preparing online self-registration.
Preparing online self-drop and add.
The department looks forward to developing currently offered services and updating the programs used in the Admissions and Registration Department so that they are in step with any new developments which might occur in the University systems and guidelines, such as technological advances (especially in information technology, allowing the student to register from anywhere); offering the required studies and reports so that the administration can take correct decisions about offering new educational degrees and programs to keep up with the needs of the local and regional job markets. It also looks forward to expanding, whether in the number of employees or in the building assigned to the department so that it can accommodate the increasing number of students.