AUAF Communications Office
Mohammed Mojtaba Salem delivers a lecture on AUAF’s orientation and registration processes, with recommendations on how it can be improved.
Students at the USAID-supported American University of Afghanistan (AUAF) gave a presentation on the university’s registration and orientation system, focusing on possible improvements to enhance the process.
Led by business student Mohammed Mojtaba Salem, the presentation focused on areas where the process might be confusing to newly enrolled students.
“The system is fine on paper, but having gone through the process before and analyzing it from a time-saving perspective, there are definitely areas where it could be improved,” Salem said. “For example, while the student is waiting for the admissions office to confirm financial statements, the process of creating student e-mail accounts and student IDs could begin.”
University administrators were attentive to the presentation and cited their willingness to investigate the timesaving recommendations that would require only minor changes to the system. “The recommendations of this group will definitely be implemented and should make the process easier for new students,” said Dr. Pamela Hunter, AUAF’s registrar.