TED is an acronym which stands for Technology, Entertainment and Design. It is a non-profit organization dedicated to spreading ideas, usually in the form of short but powerful speeches. TED started in 1984 and today it has extended to cover all sorts of topics in more than 100 languages.
Every year, the university holds a day to show the cultures and folklore of non-Jordanian students enrolled in the university.
This is an elected council of university students at the level of academic disciplines. The role of those elected is to represent their fellow students in various aspects during their educational careers.
In the shadow of cultural sliding Princess Sumaya University for Technology folklore band, try to focus on the essence of our culture that holding the good and authentic.
Theatrical work at the university seeks to encourage our students to think and confront global works with human dimensions, under the supervision of the Artistic Activity office, which represents an elite group of students, supervisors, and followers at the university and abroad.
Our mission is to raise the standard of the music performed in a sound cultural and academic framework to a level befitting the best of Jordanian universities, Princess Sumaya University for Technology.
This is an interactive youth program that aims to make young people in Jordanian universities capable of playing an active role in political life and decision-making in Jordan.
The Deanship of Student Affairs commemorates the Battle of Dignity on March 1 of every year as part of the national celebrations.
Every year, the university organizes a party to welcome new students to introduce them to the university's facilities, colleges, and university regulations and instructions.
Within the deanship's cultural plan, a cultural week is organized that includes commemorating a poet, a book fair, a cultural symposium, and competitions that reflect the creative side of the students.
An entertainment day held annually with extracurricular activities and events organized by the student affairs deanship with the participation of the students' council and student clubs