Suleiman Hassan Ali, Chief Registrar, Amoud University (Jaamacadda Camuud), at a senate meeting held at senate meeting hall, Amoud University, Main Campus, Borama, on Tuesday, September 28th, 2021. Photo By Abdalla Ali Yousuf & Sadam Ahmed Dahir "Gurey" | Amoud Media Team 2021

Chief Registrar

22 November 2018
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The Chief Registrar

There shall exist a University Chief Registrar who shall be a member of both the Senate and the Council. Under the general guidance of the Vice President for Academic Affairs, The Chief Registrar of the University shall:

  1. Coordinate students’ admissions and enrollments into the University;
  2. Keep and safeguard examinations results and all academic records of the University;
  3. Publish course offerings of the University approved by Senate;
  4. Issue students’ transcripts, certificates, diplomas, degrees and other forms of certifications by the University;
  5. Publish University documents such as catalogues, brochures, Pamphlets, etc;
  6. Build secure students’ data files and procedures for their use;
  7. Plan and coordinate timetables, use of lecture rooms/halls and other academic facilities;
  8. Be assisted by deputies as need arises.
  9. Undertake such other duties as may be assigned or delegated by the Vice President for Academic Affairs, from time to time.Main Campus, Amoud University, Amoud Valley, Borama, Awdal

1. Chief Registrar
Mr. Suleiman Hassan Ali
Tel: +252634451294
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2. Deputy Registrar
Mrs. Fatuma Ali Mohamed
Tel: +252634450700

3. Deputy Registrar - In Charge of Examinations Department
Mr. Abdiwahab Yousuf Abdillahi
Tel: +252634456246


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