His Excellency the Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Khalid Bin Mohammed Al-Angari, sponsored the ceremony of Majmaah University after Maghrib prayer on Tuesday, as well as the opening of the university's new facilities and the graduation of the second batch of its students for the academic year 1431-1432 H, where the number of graduates exceeded 944 male and female students from a number of different faculties of the university. Therefore, this ceremony is considered the second celebration holds by the University for graduates, so the rhetorical ceremony started with verses from Holy Quran , followed by a speech delivered by the Dean of Admissions and Registration Dr. Ahmed Bin Ali Al Romaih, then the entering of graduates and their speech. After that, a documentary film about the university entitled "Majmaah University Achievements and Aspirations" was displayed. Then, his Excellency the Rector of the University, Dr. Khalid bin Saad Al Muqrin, delivered a speech in which he expressed his thanks to his Excellency the Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Khalid Bin Mohammed Al-Angari, for his presence and opening the new site as well as the sponsorship of graduates ceremony, considering that as one of the happiest days of the university, also he spoke about the achievements of the University, which are subject of pride and these achievements come- by God first- then the support that the University receives from the leadership of the Custodian of the Two Holy Mosques, as well as the continuous follow-up and guidance of his Excellency the Minister of Higher Education, Dr. Khalid Bin Mohammed Al-Angari. After that, graduate students and outstanding ones were honored. Then his Excellency the Minister of Higher Education moved to take souvenir pictures with graduates and went on a tour of some facilities of the site. The ceremony was attended by a number of officials, including Deputy Minister of Higher Education for Scholarship Affairs, and Deputy Mayor of Riyadh region for municipalities, and the General Secretary of the Council of Higher Education, as well as a number of officials and directors of government departments and guests of the university.