JEDDAH, 5 March 2003 — The Dar Al-Hekma Private College for Girls will construct a new building south of the present campus to facilitate student activities, according to Zuhair Fayez, chairman of the college’s board of trustees. In a press statement, he also disclosed plans to complete the southern part of the existing college building to accommodate more students.
Fayez said an SR21 million donation by prominent Saudi businessman Mohammed ibn Isa Al-Jaber will be used to carry out the projects.
The chairman commended Jaber’s continuous support for educational institutions within and outside the Kingdom. He said the new college building would be named after Jaber and one of its laboratories after the Mohammed ibn Isa Foundation.