Student Administration

The Student Administration Office provides a variety of services to students. It handles requests for assistance in all areas other than tuition and provides information and assistance in solving specific problems. It serves as a bridge between individual students and various entities at IDC, including lecturers, exam and paper evaluators, deans, etc. Requests concerning academic issues are addressed in consultation with the Dean of the relevant school, while the Dean of Students is involved in responding to requests regarding personal matters.

Office hours are now available for those who are fully vaccinated. Academic coordinators are available Sunday through Thursday from 9:30 - 11:30 & 13:00 - 15:30.

What we can do for you:


  • Registration for all academic activities is done through the Student Administration Office
  • Registration for a program of study and for study groups
  • Course registration
  • Verification of grades of papers/tests
  • Appeals of test results
  • Registration of students who are not authorized to take a test or whose grade was disqualified for any reason
  • Waiving a passing grade: The Student Administration Office is responsible for considering all of the factors involved in calculating a course grade and publishing the final grade for the course
  • Requests for various exemptions: complete exemption from a course (mandatory or elective); partial exemption from attendance or homework (in cases in which a course was taken at Reichman University in the past); exemption from a midterm exam

  • Arranging alternate exam times (when there is an appropriate reason for doing so)
  • Arranging extensions on papers
  • Requests to temporarily or permanently withdraw from studies
  • In addition the Student Administration Office is also responsible for checking each student's grade point average at the end of each year and bringing the files of students to the Student Affairs Committee for review, in accordance with the Academic Regulations. It is also responsible for checking each student's grade point average before the ceremony recognizing outstanding students, compiling the list of outstanding students, and inviting these students to the ceremony. The authority also reviews students' eligibility for graduation
  • The Student Administration Office is also responsible for issuing various documents for students like grade transcripts

Undergraduate Academic Coordinators

Shlomit Stern

Head of Student Administration

Debbie Joel

RRIS Government, RRIS Sustainability

Teri Fabian

RRIS Business Administration & RRIS Economics and Business

Sharon Shulman

RRIS Communications (2nd year, 3rd year, & Alumni)

Michal Rachmilewitz

RRIS Entrepreneurship and Business

Naama Gur-Ari

RRIS Psychology

Miriam Perl

RRIS Computer Science & RRIS Computer Science and Entrepreneurship

Keren Maimon

RRIS Business School first year

Graduate Academic Coordinators

Shirly Brodzki-Porat

Head of Student Administration

Michal Ben-Yehuda

Head of Student Administration

Adi Fefer-Kamely

One Year MBA

Talia Baram-Shimshi

MA in Government

Idit Zeelon Rozen

MA in Financial Economics (MAFE)

Michal Berg

MBA in Healthcare Innovation

Naama Gur-Ari

MA in Organizational Behavior Development (OBD)

Miriam Perl

RRIS MSc in Machine Learning and Data Science

Patricia Kahn

MA in Behavioral Economics

Keren Maimon

MA in Human-Computer Interaction (HCI)