Student Committees and Clubs
The Student Council Office serves students by planning events and activities geared towards student development. The Student
Council body enriches the quality of life of the campus community of DAH and complements the educational mission through a broad spectrum of quality programs. Student Council Executives are assigned by the University Council based on specific skills, qualifications and recommendations, whereas Major Representatives are elected by the student body at the beginning of each academic year. Members of the Student Council serve as role models and representatives of the student body, exercising leadership and voicing aspirations and concerns affecting students' life and experiences at DAH.
Clubs and Associations
Every year new student clubs and associations are formed to match students' interests.
A club fair is held at the beginning of each academic year as it is the best time for new students to learn about all the clubs running on campus. Club leaders use posters to promote their clubs, while others get food and small games to encourage students to visit their booths and become members.
The purpose of the club fair is to assist students in finding extracurricular activities that they are passionate about and develop different kinds of skills that will help them become well-rounded characters.
The club fair helps students discover new interests that they might explore through a variety of activities that they might not have considered before.. Clubs also help students socialize and bond with other students who have similar interests.
Clubs - Academic year 22-23
- Model United Nations (MUN) Club
- Future is Tech Club
- Law Club
- Drama Club
- Mind Matter Club
- Visual Communication Club
- DWG Club
- NASSHLAH Club
- Public Speaking Club
- Cinema Club
- Art Club
- Cybersecurity Club
- Riyali Club
- Culture and Museum Club
- Qura'n Club
- Consumer Protection Club
Community Service and Engagement
In an effort of working on the overall personal and professional growth, DAH established the Social Responsibility Office to develop and enhance the spirit of community service amongst its students. The office serves as a liaison coordinating community service opportunities available in the community with student interests and capabilities. It is mandatory for all students at the University to complete the required community service hours listed in the 5-D program within their respective years of study.