Suspension, Termination, Absence and Deferment of Enrollment
Grounds for suspension or Termination by the College
- The board of discipline may on disciplinary grounds suspend a student from studying for a specified period of no more than one academic year. In this case, the college shall not refund any fee paid by the student
- The board of Discipline may on disciplinary grounds terminate the enrollment of any student if he has been issued with three warnings for general misconduct per academic year or two warnings for academic misconduct or if he committed gross misconduct as defined in Section 5 & 6 of the ordinances on student conduct, Disciplinary Rule and Procedures. In this case, the college shall not refund any fee paid by the student and his academic transcript shall be annotated with Expelled.(EXP)
- The college board of examiners, upon the recommendation of the Departmental Board of Examiners, may on academic grounds require a student to suspend study for a specified period of no more than one academic year and ask him to take one unit or more to improve his standard, providing that the student has previously been consulted by his academic advisor and in writing warned of the consequences. In this case, the college shall not refund any fee paid by the student. The grounds for unsatisfactory academic progress are
A. 10% absence of the contact hours scheduled for a unit
B. Poor participation in tutorial, seminar or project
C. Any other grounds established by the relevant departmental board of examiners
- The registrar shall terminate the enrollment of any student who has been absent fro more than 20% of scheduled contact hours for a unit after being warned in writing of the consequences of his absence. In this case, the tuition fee of the unit or a program of study shall not be refunded, and the student shall pay full tuition fee to re enroll and his academic transcript shall be annotated with NA (did not attempt assessment)
- The Registrar may also suspend for a specified period of no more than one academic year or terminate the enrollment of any student who does not provide a medical certificate requested by the college Medical Officer to prove his ability or fitness to continue a program of study. In either case, the colleges shall not refund any fee paid by the student.
- Students may suspend study for a specified period of no more than one academic year with the approval of their financial sponsor and the Registrar. They are advised to consult the Head of Academic Department or nominee. In this case, the college shall charge the student fees calculated on a weekly basis
- Students shall not suspend study less than two, four or eight weeks prior to the completion of a unit which is delivered during four eight or sixteen consecutive weeks respectively
- Absence of leave is not normally allowed.
- Deferment of enrollment is not allowed. If a student is unable for any reason to commence a program of study in the year that he is offered a place, he must re-apply for entry in any subsequent year. The admission offer for enrollment at any program of study delivered by the College shall be valid for two weeks after the date of commencement of study specified in the offer.
Re-Enrollment after Suspension, Termination and Withdrawal
- A student whose enrollment has been suspended for a specified period of no more than one academic year, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study at the end of the specified period if he followed the proper procedures for suspension with the approval of the college and if the college still offers such a program
- A student, whose enrollment has been suspended on academic or disciplinary grounds, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study upon the payment of full fees if the Selection Committee approves his re-enrollment and the college still offers such a program.
- A student whose enrollment has been suspended or terminated on medical grounds, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study if the selection committee and the college medical officer approve his re-enrollment and if the college still offers such a program.
- A student, whose enrollment has been terminated on attendance grounds, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study upon the payment of full fees if the selection committee approves his re-enrollment, and if the college still offers such a program.
- A student whose enrollment has been terminated on disciplinary grounds shall not be entitled to resume his place. In this case, the student academic transcript shall be annotated EXP
- A student, whose enrollment has been withdrawn without any charge and academic penalty, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study without paying any fee or charge at the re enrollment if the college still offers such a program.
- A student whose enrollment has been withdrawn with charge and academic penalty, shall be entitled to resume his place in the same program of study if he
A.Settles all outstanding fees and / or charges
B. Pays the tuition fee for the current re-enrollment year
C. Pays a re-enrollment fee of one hundred Omani Rials
D. His re-enrollment has been approved by the Selection committee of the relevant department, and
E. If the college still offers such a program.
Suspension, Termination, Absence and Deferment of Enrollment
Students Accommodation Regulations
- SUC provides accommodation for the female students, a new accommodation will be in service by the beginning of the Fall Semester 2007; however, Sur University College provides female students accommodation with full transportation to and from college. Additionally, the accommodations are offering the whole requirement for quite and warm environment. What more, the students are under qualified supervision 24 of 7.
- The accommodation fees plus insurance amount are paid once a year and they are not refundable, insurance is refunded.
- The fee amount is determined by the board of directors.
- The accommodation department in SUC distributes a copy of the students’ accommodation regulations and discipline to the all students, in order to organize and maintain a suitable healthy and secure place for them.
The regulations governing all the areas of concern, such as:
- The admission within the accommodation (registration) deals with the conditions of who will be accepted to be in the accommodation
- Regulations cover the student’s behavior inside the accommodation and the role of the supervision
- Regulations on Disciplines and penalties.
- Investigation committee
- The supervisor’s duties.
Learning resources center regulations and users conduct:
The" Term “Learning Resources Center" applies to all services and facilities provided thereby such as Library, Computer Center and language laboratory.
These are primarily intended for the use of staff and students of the Sur University College. Other accredited persons may be admitted.
- The Learning Resources Center is normally open from 8.00 am to 3 pm (Saturday to Wednesday).
- The user of the Learning Resources Center (Library) must have a validated SUC ID to Check out reserves and books.
- Conversation and any other behavior likely to disturb or inconvenience to other users must be avoided in the reading area.
- Smoking, eating, and drinking are forbidden in the Learning Resources Center.
- Dropping litter is forbidden in the Learning Resources Center, the computer labs and the language lab.
- Users must not use mobile phones and other sound equipment.
- Books, equipment and furniture must not be damaged in any way.
- Network Internet services are just for research purposes and must not be used for other reasons.
- The number of items which can be borrowed at one time is limited to two items and for one week period.
- Unauthorized removal of a library item shall be regarded as a serious breach of these Regulations, and the user may be dealt with under the College Disciplinary Procedures. However, the Head of the Learning Resources Center shall have the power to impose a fine of 10 R.O up to 50 R.O. depending on the actual price of the item.
- Fines apply for the overdue materials; the fine is 100 baiza daily for each long loan- term more than one day- book and 100 baiza per hour for each short loan-loan for just for one day- of library material.
- Library users must pay the replacement cost of any item issued to them that is lost or damaged while it is in their possession. This replacement cost is equal to the triple of the price of the original cost of each item.
- Students must return all loans by the official last day of the semester. Otherwise, College can withhold their degree certificate and marks forms until all loans and any debts have been cleared.
- Loans can be renewed for a further period unless it has been requested by another reader.
- Users are responsible for all books and library materials borrowed in their name. Their responsibility is not transferable and ends only when the appropriate return procedures have been completed.
- Cases and bags may be taken into the Library. But the Library accepts no responsibility for the loss of any unattended valuables.
- Laptop computers may be used in the Library.
- Users must notify in writing the Learning Resources Center staff of any changes of address, telephone number and email.
- Reference material may not be borrowed.