Which universities decided to postpone office hours, exams?

Jordan

Published: 2022-01-16 17:26

Last Updated: 2022-05-22 09:20


Which universities decided to postpone office hours, exams?
Which universities decided to postpone office hours, exams?

The President of Yarmouk University, Dr. Islam Massad, decided to delay the start of official working hours for tomorrow, Monday, until 9:00 AM, for the faculties and facilities in the university, in order to preserve the safety of the university’s students and employees, in light of the weather conditions.

The President of Al-Zaytoonah University of Jordan, Dr. Muhammad Al-Majali, decided to postpone the working hours of the university’s employees for tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 17, until 9:00AM, and students’ exams until 10:00AM, due to the weather conditions in Jordan.

The university president’s decision excluded employees whose work requires otherwise.

It was also decided to move the date of the students’ exams scheduled for tomorrow, Monday, at 8:30 AM, to 3:00 PM, as students were informed of this by email.

The President of the Hashemite University, Prof. Dr. Fawaz Abdel Haq, also decided to delay the working hours of the university workers for tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 17, by one hour, to 9:00 AM, in order to preserve their safety, with the exception of those whose work requires otherwise.

Abdel-Haq decided to delay the exams by one hour, so that all exams will be at 9:00 AM and within the previously announced schedules.

The President of Tafila Technical University, Prof. Dr. Omar Nawaf Al-Maaytah, decided to delay the working hours of the university’s workers for tomorrow, Monday, Jan. 17, by one hour, to 9:00 AM, in order to preserve their safety, with the exception of those whose work requires otherwise.

It also decided that all students' exams will be at nine o'clock in the morning and within the previously announced schedules.

The President of Al-Hussein Bin Talal University, Prof. Atef Al-Kharabsheh, decided to delay the working hours of tomorrow, Monday, so that it will start at 9:30 AM, while postponing the time for all morning exams to start in conjunction with the official working time specified above.