Alumni and Employment

First Meeting of College Graduates: April 13, 2013

The College organized the first meeting of its graduates on the evening of Saturday, 3/6/1434 in the Hamad Al-Jasser Hall at the university, under the auspices of the Vice Rector for Educational and Academic Affairs, Prof. Abdullah Bin Salman Al-Salman.
The meeting came on the eve of the College celebration of its fifty years. The event was attended by a large number of graduates and employees of the College. The ceremony included a speech by the College Dean Prof. Khalid Alhumaizi, and a film showing the march of the college during the past fifty years and its most important achievements. This occasion, saw the launch of the first issue of the Bulletin of the College "Community of the College of Engineering" in both Arabic and English languages. The program of the meeting also included speeches from three college graduates: Dr. Yahya bin Hamza Koshak, Prof. Mohammed bin Abdulrahman Al Haidar, and His Royal Highness Prince Abdullah Bin Musaad Bin Abdulaziz Al Saud. The three speakers shared their professional experience and their study in the College. The speakers were then honored. Also, Engineer Tariq bin Othman AlQasabi was honored in recognition for his sponsorship of the Award for Excellence in Civil Engineering in Saudi Arabia. This was followed by an open dialogue with alumni, moderated by the Vice Dean for Development and Quality Dr. Waleed Zahid. Several ways were proposed to support the College including presenting annual lectures, providing opportunities for summer training for students, scholarships for outstanding students through the internal scholarship program as well as support for graduation projects by making available the capabilities and expertise of companies and institutions to engineering students. The meeting also saw the presentation of certificates and awards to the outstanding college graduates who graduated with excellence during the past academic year 1432/1433 AH and the first semester of this year 1433/1434 AH as well as outstanding students expected to graduate this semester.