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Academics and students have joined together at the Riyadh Community College (RCC) to educate each other in the rights of students and what protections are offered to them while studying at King Saud University.
Held on March 10, the convention saw a large number of students from across subjects and academic levels discuss student rights, the ways to submit complaints and the procedures to deal with complaints.
Student Rights Protection Unit Advisor Hossam Al-Qahtani gave a presentation about the articles listed in the regulations which are related to studying and examinations which was of great interest to most students.
Full details of students rights, responsibilities and the protections offered to them can be obtained directly from the Student Rights Protection Unit.
RCC Dean Abdulaziz A. Al-Khedhairy opened the event with a welcome speech.
RCC was founded by virtue of the Council of Ministers’ decree no. 73 issued in 2001. The first batch of students, 900 in all, joined the college at the commencement of the second semester of the 2002-2003 academic year. The college includes five departments: Physical Sciences, Applied Medical Sciences, Computer Science, Administrative Sciences, and Arts and Education.