SUC campus aims to create a positive and vibrant learning climate by fostering a dynamic and lively interaction with the diverse students emanating from various other accredited educational institutions and universities that are located in the United Arab Emirates.
|Facility||Capacity||Area Covered (m²)|
|Library Center (With Reading Facility, discussion rooms & conference room with audio visual)||1||545.90|
|Rental Book Store||1||23.78|
|Gym facility (With changing room)||1||192.12|
|Full-Time Faculty Rooms||21||244.61|
|Adjunct Faculty Rooms||11||66.33|
|Server Room (IDF)||1||17.84|
|Mosque & Ablution||1+1||207.73|
Description of Facilities - Boys Hostel
|Facility||Capacity||Area Covered (m²)|
SUC offers self-sufficient hostel rooms on a twin sharing basis where each room is equipped with study tables, chairs, single beds, cupboards, table lamps, curtains and other necessary equipment. The hostel room also includes provision for self-cooking. SUC has designated staff member to manage students residing in the hostel. SUC is responsible for the maintenance and housekeeping of internal hostel. The in-campus hostel rooms are currently allotted to boys. In addition to in-house hostel for boys within the campus, Skyline University has leased 10 fully furnished apartments which provide accommodation to 40 students on a sharing basis. These rooms are available to girls as well as boys who wish to avail the hostel facility.
i. Strict silence should be observed between 10:30 pm & 6:00 am.
ii. Perfect silence is to be maintained in the hostel premises including rooms, bathrooms, dining halls, corridors, common areas etc., Every student of the hostel should have the civic responsibility that he or she should not be a cause of nuisance, annoyance or disturbance to others.
iii. All hostellers have to be present in their respective rooms and keep open the rooms between 10:30 pm & 11:00 pm every day (except Fridays) to enable the wardens to take the attendance.
iv. The hostellers are not to enter into any unnecessary conversation, discussions, quarrel or altercation with the hostel staff. If anyone has any complaint against any employee of the hostel, a written complaint against the person is to be lodged with the Warden. Use of abusive, vulgar and unparliamentarily language against the hostel staff is strictly forbidden.
v. The hostellers shall not waste electricity & water. Wastage of any such resource is national loss. If anyone is found indulging in such wastage, he/she will be asked to vacate the hostel, since wastage causes unnecessary and unavoidable expenditure to others.
vi. Smoking is prohibited in the hostel buildings.
vii. Gambling in any form such as playing cards (even without money at stake), consumption of alcohol, use of drugs and narcotics and even possession of such things are prohibited. Anyone found indulging in the use of such things will be asked to vacate the hostel and the matter will be referred to the Disciplinary Action Committee.
viii. Possession of any lethal weapons or any instrument / contrivance, which is likely to cause physical harm to others, is strictly prohibited.
ix. If any hosteller is found indulging in any form of instigation / intimidation / threat to any other hostellers he / she will be asked to vacate the hostel forthwith. In this regard, the decision of the Warden is final and binding on the individual's concerned.
x. Day scholars are not allowed in the hostel.
xi. Celebrating birthday parties inside the hostel is strictly prohibited.
xii. Collection of donation for any purpose (Religious / otherwise) is also strictly prohibited.
xiii. Students are not allowed to play skating rollers and other outdoor games inside the hostel to prevent breakages and accidents. Sliding along the hand rails/rest of stairs and fast running/ climbing down should be totally avoided to prevent accidents.
xiv. When leaving the rooms for attending classes or for vacation, etc., fans, electrical gadgets, lights etc., should be switched off. Glass windows are to be closed securely.
xv. Walking along staircases should be silent, gentle without creating nuisance / noise to fellow hostellers.
xvi. Students are not allowed to stay in the hostel during the class hours unless the stay is unavoidable due to illness or any other valid reason. In such cases they should take the permission of the Warden and communicate the information to the academic advisor in writing.
xvii. Hostellers coming to the hostel after the gate closing hours without prior permission or without valid reason would be fined. Regular late comers will not be allowed to stay in the hostel. The hostel timings should be strictly followed by all the hostellers. Students who are violating the timings will be given 2 warnings and on the third incident will lead to expulsion from the hostel and University.
xviii. Clock alarms should be switched off, when not in use. There have been instances when students have set the alarm and gone on long leave, and some of them ringing for hours and spoiling the peace of fellow hostellers.
xix. Water should be carefully used and not wasted.
xx. Wrong entry, improper / lack of entry in exit register, signing on behalf of another person, tampering with the entries, proxy attendance and misguidance of any nature are punishable. In case of any quarrel between or among roommates it should be reported to the Warden for appropriate action.
xxi. Unauthorized absence / late coming (without prior permission from the warden) will be suitably fined and expelled from the hostel. Such students shall not be readmitted under any circumstances.
xxii. Violation of any of these rules would result in punitive action and serious violations would be referred to the Disciplinary Action Committee. The decision of the Committee will be informed to the student in written. If the student is unhappy, he / she may appeal to the Dean through the SUC grievance redressal procedure through the SSD. After the Dean reviews the appeal thedecision of the Dean will be final and intimated to the student and the department and the necessary punishment will be implemented.
i. The payment schedules for new and existing students will be announced by the Finance Department every year. Hostel fee for the current academic year is AED 21,000/-. The hostel fee shall not include mess charges.
ii. Hostel fee should be remitted to the Finance Department in two installments. (AED 10,500/- x 2 = 21,000/-) It is mandatory that a student who avails the hostel facility should continue to stay in the hostel for minimum one year and till the end of the academic year.
CAUTION DEPOSIT& REFUND
SUC provides transport facilities to the students living in Sharjah, Dubai and Ajman. The transportation facilities are arranged with the Swift line Transport Company. The timings, bus stops and route plan are pre-determined by the finance department. All students who avail transportation are required to approach the finance department and fill up the transportation registration form providing the exact details of place of stay (if, possible landmarks near your location for easy identification), contact numbers. Students are allotted the time and designated placed for the pick-up and drop. A monthly fee is charged from the students and in case of students discontinues the transport services, the same should be intimated to the finance department before the start of the next month. Transportation fees should be remitted to the Accounts Department on or before the 10th of each month, where a student is issued with a bus pass and has to be shown on demand. Transport fees are charged for the calendar month irrespective of how many days they avail the facility in the month. All students using the transport facility must abide by the rules and regulations as mentioned in the transport policy below.