1) Respect the rules stipulated by HIBA regulations and avoid violation of these rules. Students pledge not to commit any abusive act and not to cheat in exams or even try to or participate in it or cause any disorder to the exam system.
2) Avoid abusive actions that damage HIBA reputation whether inside or outside HIBA.
3) Not acting or participating in any acts that violate rules and regulations in force, or organize any association inside HIBA without prior approval from either HIBA management or specialized public organizations.
4) Not distributing bulletins, flyers, or posters, or getting collective signatures inside HIBA and the pursuant establishments without a prior permission from HIBA management or specialized public organizations.
1- Verbal notice
2- Written notice
4- Deprive the student of pursuing his study for 6 weeks at most in case he/she repeatedly got the previous sanctions
5- Deprive the student of taking the exam of one course or more in one exam session.
6- Cancel the student’s exam in one course or more in one exam session
7- Deprive the student of the whole exam session
8- Terminal expulsion from HIBA Disciplinary sanctions are registered, except the verbal notice, in the student’s file, and posting the sanction in the bulletin board at HIBA is considered a personal notification to the student.
1- The student with an accumulative average that is less than 2 and more than one gets a first academic warning that lasts for one semester. This warning can be removed in case the student improved his average in the second semester. In case the student’s average stayed the same, he/she gets a final warning for one semester. However, the previous warnings are cancelled if the student managed to increase his average to 2 at least in the following semester; otherwise the student is deprived of majoring and is subjected to the conditions of remedial study.
2- The student with an accumulative average of less than 1 gets a terminal academic warning for one semester. This warning can be removed if the student raised his/her average to 2, otherwise the student is laid off and is subjected to remedial study conditions.
- If the student’s average is between 1 and 1.49, the laid off student is given one chance to raise his accumulative average.
- If the student’s average is between 1.5 and 1.89, the laid off student is given 4 academic semesters as a chance to raise his accumulative average.
- If the student’s average is between 1.89 and 1.99, he/she gets 6 academic semesters as a chance to raise his/her accumulative average.
- During remedial study, the student cannot register more than 16 hours and he is put under surveillance.
The student is not to be deprived of majoring if he/she passes more than 75% of credit hours.
New students are not subjected to any of the previous warnings in their first semester.
The student who is laid off from college can move to another college if he/she wants.