Vice-Chancellor for Socio-Cultural Affairs

The Vice-Chancellor for Socio-Cultural Affairs’ mission is to promote cultural and social affairs across the university. In other words, the goal of this official is planning, implementing and supporting cultural, artistic, social and religious programs involving students, staff and faculty members. Examples include cultural and artistic groups as well as scientific associations. The former provides students with a stage to develop and exhibit the talents they possess through activities such as plays and other artistic outlets. Scientific associations present students with an opportunity to participate and collaborate with each other in activities relevant to their field of education or other interests they might have pertaining to learning and education.