Student Activities Office is responsible for organizing and supporting a
wide range of student activities. Its mission is to help students reach
their full academic potential by collaborating with faculty, staff, and
the community to organize extracurricular activities that enrich
student life in the University.
student activities are organized by officially registered clubs and
societies, with elected officers. These officers, including club
president and club treasurer, play a key role in overseeing the
activities and ensuring the financial state of the club.
societies and student publications are important channels for students
to develop their talents. The University’s clubs and societies cover a
very wide range of student interests which may be in the fields of
drama, music, debate, writing, art and so on.
organizations should submit by the end of October a tentative yearly
plan indicating the number, type and nature of activities planned to
Student Affairs Staff