Student Well-Being Comes First

Headed by UTHM deputy vice-chancellor (student affairs and alumni) Assoc Prof Dr Afandi Ahmad, the 3K plan looks into students’ basic needs, including accommodation, food and beverage, their daily needs and security.

Nearly 2,300 students from UTHM’s Parit Raja and Pagoh campuses are being cared for with integrity and dedication.

Mental health issues are addressed and moral support is provided to students by the varsity’s counselors who are contactable via mobile or Whatsapp.

UHTM has enhanced its Internet accessibility and is conducting online activities to help students fill their time with positive activities and to keep their minds active.

The food distribution process is also in place for students staying in residential colleges, as well as those residing in rented properties.


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