University Preparations to Welcome New and Old Students

As part of Fayoum University’s readiness to receive its students at the beginning of the new academic year 2022/2023, Prof. Yasser Magdy Hatata, President of the University, explained that the university administration has developed a comprehensive plan with the aim of providing the appropriate academic environment and achieving discipline in the educational process from the first day, with full commitment and applying all university rules, regulations and traditions.
He Pointed out that all preparations for receiving new and old students at the university's faculties have been completed, including periodic maintenance of all facilities in each faculty, as well as the start of work on electronic courses and uploading them on the university's digital platform.
For his part, Prof. Mohamed Farouk Ali, Vice President for Education and Student Affairs, clarified that the university administration provided all laboratory requirements, the prepared lecture halls, auditoriums and laboratories, announced study schedules, and took precautionary measures, provided that the lectures start from the first day of the study.
He added that the university pays great attention to university accommodations, and is working to develop them continuously and permanently, as various maintenance works have been completed in the university accommodations buildings, in order to receive expatriate students, to be a suitable place for accommodation.
In the same context, the Faculty of Physical Education, under the supervision of Prof. Hamdy Nour El-Din, Dean of the Faculty of Physical Education, prepared a student camp for a week, with the participation of 750 male and female students to beautify the campus, and it includes a number of axes, including: the rehabilitation of the Student Activities Center, beautification, paints, and general hygiene at the university campus, the entrance to the College of Science, Dar Al-Aloom and Social Work, in addition to the playground of Faculty of Agriculture. The campaign also includes organizing signboards for car lanes inside the campus.