The College of Medicine, on Monday, 1 October 2018, celebrated the 88th National Day, at the College's headquarters, Girls Section, in the presence of Dr. Sarah bint Omar Al-Kholi, UQU Vice-president for Student Affairs.
She was received by Dr. Abeer bint Abdulrahman Brahmin, vice-dean of the College of Medicine, along with a number of female faculty members and affiliates.
The celebration kicked off at (12:15 am) with the national anthem. After that, a documentary film about the founding leader, His Majesty King Abdulaziz- May Allah rest his soul- was displayed, and a tour of the photo gallery began, which had written words by the kings of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia from the founding era to the era of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques King Salman bin Abdulaziz- May Allah protect him.
The female students of the Student Club from the College of Medicine along with the College of Public Health and Health Informatics also coordinated parts of the celebration for the Kingdom's regions heritage, immediate photography, and henna, with gifts distributed to visitors.
Afterwards, Dr. Sarah had a tour of the premises of the College of Medicine, including the building of the morgue and the classroom building (A & B).
Dr. Sarah, at 1:00 pm, went to the College's administration headquarters, where she met with the female students in a friendly meeting. She also honored Nima Zafer, a student, and Halala Al Malki, a female employee, for their humanitarian position in the care of the cleaning worker who was injured during work.
The female students of the Student Club from the College of Medicine along with the College of Public Health and Health Informatics were honored for their participation in the success of the National Day activities.
Finally, everyone ate lunch prepared in honor of UQU Vice-President for Female Students Affairs. The celebration was concluded after Dr. Abeer Brahmin presented a souvenir to Dr. Sarah Al-Kholi on this occasion.