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Clubs, Organizations and Societies (Oct. 2015)

Co-curricular organizations
  Name President Advisor Description Logo
1 ASME, PMU branch
American Society of Mechanical Engineers
Yahya Al Hammam, , 050-432-2227 Dr. Nader Nader: 9239, ASME is a professional association that, in its own words, "promotes the art, science, and practice of multidisciplinary engineering and allied sciences around the globe" via "continuing education, training and professional development, codes and standards, research, conferences and publications, government relations, and other forms of outreach.
2 Finance Club Omar Sami,;
Mohammad Al Moussa, , 054-444-9487
Dr. Mohammad Boukhris, T-001, Ext: 8524, The Finance Club promotes finance-related activities and careers throughout the PMU community. It caters to a wide variety of finance-related interests, particularly investment banking, sales and trading, private wealth management, and corporate finance. On a yearly basis, FC organize and recruit students to participate in DFM competition.
3 Law Club Nayef Al Shahrani: 050-588-1054,; Abdulaziz Al Khulawi: 055-587-1505; Dr. Salim Yaacoub: To create awareness amongst the general student population with the Law concepts in general ” and organize on and off Campus core curricular activities related to Law".
4 Energy & Sustainability Club Omar Adil: 054-688-8190, , Dr. Chedley Yahya: 9767, Energy Club’s aim is to design and build models based on solar energy, and on the knowledge got from Engineering courses.
5 IEEE Student Chapter: Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers Mohammad Bubshait, 056-809-3889:; Office F-035 Dr. Samir Nakla:; Dr. Nizar Tayem: IEEE is the world's largest professional association dedicated to advancing technological innovation and excellence for the benefit of humanity.
6 PGSA (Post Graduate Student Association) Dr. Yousr Gadhoum: Salem Al Anazi 201102699, 050-425-5569; PGSA is dedicated to build bridges between PMU undergraduate and post graduate students”.
7 SPE (Society of Petroleum Eng.) Dr. Jamal Nayfe: Abdulrahman Al Essa, 056-272-2569, 201201364, SPE is the largest individual member organization serving managers, engineers, scientists and other professionals worldwide in the upstream segment of the oil and gas industry.
8 Business Club Mr. Shaikh Arifusalam Faisal Al Zamil, 055-585-8865, 201403134, Brothers working together side by side to do the right decisions in favor of the business students.
To mediate the gap between studying courses and real life work jobs.
To encourage and support active participation of all students in community engagement projects.
9 ASCE PMU chapter Dr. Andi Aziz Mohammed Ali Osman, 050-694-3433,, The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) is a professional body founded in 1852 to represent members of the civil engineering profession worldwide. ASCE's vision is to have engineers positioned as global leaders who strive toward building a better quality of life.

Extra-curricular organizations
  Name President Advisor Description Logo
1 One Organization Mohammad Al Maghlouth: 050-069-0002 , Haitham Al Mubarak: 050-595-3121, h_m_ksa@hotmail.comMr. Abdulrahman Abdulghani: 9333, The organization provides Support for Campus Life and Clubs. It also manage PMU football official team (WHITE FOXES)
2 Media Club Saleh Al Hussain, 055-494-2221;; Abdullah Al Qahtani: 053-514-6427; Hussain Al Yami: 058-012-0662 Omar Baroody: The Media Club provides coverage of all events, news and updates on campus. It Has various members providing students with the opportunity to be competitive, invest their time in something useful and be creative and innovative. The Media Club also manages its own Student Forum and Website.
3 Blazing Rims Car Club Mohammad Zeeshan (201103035): 053-419-6672, 056-856-4426, In process Blazing Rims aim is to grow automotive enthusiasts at PMU (by promoting related activities such as Auto shows and games with a special emphasis on safety and community welfare)
4 Chess Club Hamed Al Ghamdi: 056-525-0315; Umar Ahmed,: 056-932-4256, Omar Baroody: Chess Club organizes weekly games and tournaments, where students and faculty play. Chess is very important in developing student’s critical thinking.       
5 I-Social Club Mohammad Al Khozayem: 053-506-9777, , Ahmad Al Qatari: 055-591-1538,   Mr. Ahmad Nuridin: 9328,   I-Social Club Organizes social events and assist new students in their academic decisions.
6 Safety Club Mohammad Bubshait (201000480), 056-809-3889, Omar Baroody: Safety club aim is to organize awareness campaigns and events related to safety
7 Green Club Mohammad Bubshait (201000480), 056-809-3889, Omar Baroody: Green Club’s aim is to protect environment and saving the planet from all kind of pollution, by making awareness campaigns, and managing other related events.

Sports and Entertainment Clubs
  Name President Advisor Description Logo
1 Running Club Faris Almahamidh: 054-284-4971, Omar Baroody: Created in 2010, the Running Club encourages running culture among students against smoking and other bad habits. Every year, the running club participate in the annual charity run and organizes social run around the campus.
2 Sketch Productions (Theater Club) Moath Rifai, 201302054, 059-665-1769 Abdullah Al Sadah: 056-736-6667, 200901589 Mr. Serigne Omar Lowe Nicolas Theater Club provides support and proper environment to talented students who have good skills in Arts, Acting, Stand-up comedy, speech, poetry, Inshad, speech, body language, etc, and to give them opportunity to stand on stage and perform.