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College cafeteria provides sandwiches, beverages and hot lunches with appropriate
prices and is under the complete supervision of college administration. It is open
for all during official work hours.
The cafeteria in Salmaniya Medical Centre is open 24 hours in addition to the vending
machines containing snacks and beverages. A wide selection of fast food outlets,
coffee shops and snack services are also available near CHS.
The outdoor courts provide enjoyable and meaningful experiences that allow students
to enjoy the benefits of sports in a natural environment.
The CHS teams represent the College in various sports activities nationally and
regionally exposing the team members to enjoyable and memorable experiences and
After daily classes during the College year and during activity hours, it is hoped
that students interact through social, recreational and sporting activities.
A wide variety of indoor games and sports are available in the Students’ Common
Room. Regular sporting contests among students of the College and with other educational
institutions are a major feature.
Cultural activities range from picnics to tennis (there are two courts on campus),
movie shows, and painting and talent contests. These are usually arranged by the
At the beginning of each academic year the Office of Student Affairs through the
Counseling and Public Relations Office conducts an orientation program for all new
students. This program helps new students get acclimated to CHS, meet other new
students, as well as senior students who assist with the orientation program.
This Committee aims at developing students academically and professionally. It also
aims at developing student's health and social welfare. The committee has 3 faculty
and 8 elected students.
The College is non-residential for local students. However,
the College provides accommodation for overseas students. Transport to and from
the College is provided on a daily basis
All students receive medical care free of charge through the College Clinic and
the Accident and Emergency Department at the Salmaniya Medical Complex.
Immunization and screening tests needed to meet requirements and maintain compliance
are administered by Employee Health for accepted/enrolled students
Most instructional materials have been designed specifically for use in the College
of Health Sciences and are provided to the students at no cost. Some books, however,
must be purchased by the students, depending on their specialty.
Transport to and from the College and practical fields is provided on a daily basis.
All students at CHS are responsible for keeping their ID card on hand while on campus.
At any point in time students might be obliged to present their ID card to any staff
or faculty member. In the event that a student loses his/her ID card they will be
held responsible for the payment of replacement.
Free parking is available to student in the Parking Deck adjacent to CHS.
Students at the College must park in the student-designated places when attending
classes or engaging in College related activities as a student. Private parking
lots adjacent to SMC or CHS are not for student use. The parking deck is access
controlled and students may enter using their cards.
While in College labs or clinical areas, students are required to wear official
dress or uniform, depending on their specialty. Two College uniforms are issued
to the Nursing students each year at no charge. White coats are issued for Laboratory,
Radiography and Dental Hygiene students.
The counseling office, located in the administration building, provides students,
faculty and staff with academic and personal support through a variety of services
including psychotherapy counseling, and academic and career counseling. It also
offers related workshops.
The Counseling and Guidance Office offers the following services
- Academic Counseling
- Academic Advisory System
- Personal Counseling
- Needy Student Fund
- Community Services Program
- Tutoring Program
Also upon entering the College, each student is assigned a faculty advisor who meets
privately with the student at the beginning of the academic year and at least three
times during each semester.
This advisory process is part of a complete advisory system whereby the advisors
coordinate all their activities with the counselor.
Money collected from donations and student activities is used to help the needy
students with books, personal and study material. Student requests are received
at the beginning of each semester.