The Registrar’s Office is responsible for directing and administrating the student academic services from initial registration to graduation. The office key responsibility areas are: Academic Courses Registration, Academic Data and Student Policies, Class Scheduling, Exam Administration, Degree Auditing, Student Awards, and Graduation. Also, the Registrar’s Office serves as the principle office to provide the necessary report and analysis relating to students’ academic progression. The office enforces the rules and regulations governing student academic progress, maintains, interprets, and monitors academic policy, while communicating procedures to students. The office also provide advising to students on academic policies and procedures.
Course Registration /Handling Academic Request
Exam and Academic Appeal/Graduation
Departure and Withdrawal /Advise on Academic Policies
The Enrollment Office administers the enrollment services of prospective students. The office handles prospective student inquiries, admissions advice, and scholarships awards. The office is also responsible for providing various administrative and supportive services. The Students’ participation in campus-wide events is important for building an active and healthy campus life. The office organizes, implements, and supervises all student social, cultural, and entertainment programs. Its main objective is to help students develop their interests and abilities, and to practice their hobbies through a variety of programs and activities. Students are highly encouraged to participate in social activities to enrich their University experience. A student’s engagement in the University’s activity programs will have a great impact on their educational experience.
Receive all student inquiries and process all student requests relating to letters, student ID card as noted below:
The Enrollment and Engagement Office provides the following services:
The LDA promotes continuous education and life-long learning within the University and community. This will include planning and delivering long and short-term programs tailored to students and community needs. The unit’s primary focus is to establish the student advancement platform to maximize the education experience for every student and ensure students’ success. The courses offered at the Academy are:
JU Information Technology team (JUIT) is a dedicated technical support team that maintains a reliable information technology infrastructure, ensures seamless connectivity and mobile access, provides advanced equipment and the latest software tools, and ensures a state-of-the-art learning environment. JU computing services to students include:
Note: The Student Finance Office is responsible for collecting student tuition and fees and dealing with deferred payments and payment plans.