Faculty of Pharmacy
Pharmacy Advising Center Staff (room A13)
The faculty assigns an academic advisor for students in each academic level. The advisor is fully responsible for the group’s academic affairs and for the selection of their courses. The students should be in contact with their advisors within the registration period of every academic semester to help them register for their courses.
- Mr. Mostafa El Khawas: third-year students.
- Ms. Shereen El Khawas: first- and fifth-year students.
- Ms. Mennatullah Bakr: second- and fourth-year students.
The faculty assigns an academic advisor from staff members for students in each academic level. The advisor is responsible for assisting students in solving any problems or academic difficulties throughout the academic year.
- Prof. Ahmed Emad El Gendy: first year students.
Room B7 – E-mail: email@example.com
- Prof. Samy Emara: second year students .
Room B4 – E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prof. Hany Mahmoud: third year students.
Room A9 – E-mail: email@example.com
- Prof. Lamiaa Nabil: fourth year students.
Room A4 – E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Prof. Mona Schaalan: fifth year students.
Room D12 – E-mail: email@example.com
Courses are calculated in credit hours. Each course carries a certain number of credits that are awarded after successful completion of that course. Each student is awarded a Grade Point Average (GPA) at the end of every semester and a cumulative Grade Point (CUM GPA) for the total of all semesters.
- The academic load is the number of credit hours per semester.
- The average academic load for a regular student in an academic semester range from 4 – 6 courses or 12 – 19 credit hours per week in addition to an intensive English course.
- The maximum academic load in the summer semester is 2 courses.
Add/ Drop Regulations
- A student may add/ drop course/ module during the first week of the semester depending on the availability of places in the requested course/ module.
- A student can drop one or more courses (WS) till the deadline set in the University calendar.
- Adding or dropping course/ module is done online.
- Students are not allowed to drop any English course.
- Students cannot drop/ add any course/ module during the Drop/ Add period if they have not fulfilled their financial obligations for the current semester.
- Students who fail to maintain a GPA of 2.00 will be placed on academic probation and will be restricted to a load of 12 – 14 credit hours per semester.
- The probationary period provides students with an opportunity to fix their GPA. This period may last for no more than three regular semesters. If students fail to achieve the required grade average by the end of the probationary period, they will be expelled.
- If students do not show up during the advising period, their schedules are “done by advisor”; therefore, they are not allowed to drop or add any course.
- Students must check their e-mail regularly to be aware of all steps related to schedules and advising.
- If the student’s absence exceeds 25% of the total scheduled hours, he/she will be withdrawn from the course by university action and will not be allowed to enter the exams and will receive an “F” grade in the English course.
- A student must attend in the group he is registered in, if he/ she attends in another group, he/ she will be considered absent.
- In case of serious illness, the student must inform the university clinic on the same day and submit the necessary medical reports. No medical reports will be accepted unless approved by the university physician.
- The student is responsible for checking his/her exam schedule announced on the student portal. It is forbidden to take such information via phone.
- Absence in the final exam will result in receiving an “F” grade even if the student got the highest marks during the semester.
- Students must attend the exam with the section they are registered in. If any student attends in another section, he/she will be granted an “F” in the final exam.
- No medical excuses will be accepted unless the student is hospitalized, and the university physician is notified on the same day. Excuses are discussed by both the Students’ Affairs Council and the Medical Committee for acceptance or rejection.
- In emergency cases, a student must immediately file a petition to SSO to be discussed by the Students’ Affairs Council for acceptance or rejection.
- Results are announced on the Student Portal.
- Results of students who have financial liabilities or missing documents (drafting, Th. Amma, birth certificate, etc) will not be announced and they will not be allowed to register for the following semester.
- An official transcript of academic record is issued upon request from the Registrar Department.
- A grade is the letter system by which students are evaluated.
- The Grade Point Average (GPA) is a number ranging from 0.00 – 4.00, which is a summary of student’s academic performance throughout the year.
- Cumulative GPA is the average grade of the courses taken throughout the years.
The numerical value of each grade of the university’s four-point scale is as follows:
|F||0 -< 60 %||0.00|
|D||60 -< 62.5 %||1.00|
|D+||62.5 -< 65 %||1.30|
|C–||65 -< 67.5 %||1.70|
|C||67.5 -< 70 %||2.00|
|C+||70 -< 72.5 %||2.30|
|B–||72.5 -< 75 %||2.70|
|B||75 -< 80 %||3.00|
|B+||80 -< 85 %||3.30|
|A–||85 -< 90 %||3.70|
|A||90% and above||4.00|