“Article 27 of the Unified Regulation for Postgraduate Studies in Universities”:
1- In cases of extreme necessity, a student who had his enrollment cancelled can re-enroll if he was held back from continuing his studies by compelling circumstances that can be accepted by the councils of the department and college.
2- Re-enrollment should be based on a recommendation from the Postgraduate Studies Deanship Council and a decision by the University Council.
3- A student who had his re-enrollment cancelled before over six semesters would be treated as a new student, regardless of the courses he studied before.
4- A student who had his re-enrollment cancelled before six semesters or less can study some of the courses that would be specified by the councils of the department and college and approved by the Postgraduate Studies Deanship Council.
5- The units that he studied would be counted as part of his cumulative GPA after he resumes study.
6- The duration s\he had spent before the cancelation would be counted as part of the maximum period for obtaining the score.
7- The student must have sufficient time to obtain the degree.