Student Services

Student Services

While you are studying at UDST, there may be certain services or official documentation you require regarding your student record and/or finances.

Student Information

Student Information

UDST is a community of students and staff involved in learning, teaching, research and other activities, both on campus and online.

Student Spotlight

Hamad Lari

Hamad Mohammed Lari

Chemical Processing Engineering Tec

I chose UDST because I knew my time would be well spent. I learned new things every day from my instructors. UDST has the best workshops and equipment to properly teach and develop students.”

AlWaleed Basheer Oqailan

AlWaleed Basheer Oqailan

From KSA

UDST is one of the most technologically advanced universities in the region. Studying here gives me the chance to familiarize myself with innovative technology and be ready for the workplace.

Shaimaa Ali-Kuwait

Shaimaa Ali

From Al - Kuwait

After I had moved with my husband to Qatar, I was looking for an educational path that meets my ambition. I wanted a top-notch applied learning experience and UDST was the right place to go!

Shaikha Nasser AlHarthy – Oman

Shaikha Nasser AlHarthy

From Oman

Life on campus is very dynamic and all students are fully supported through many services offered by UDST. We are living an international experience in a local setting.

Systems Quick links

Distance Learning

D2L is the Learning Management System used by UDST to manage the delivery of your courses.

How do I access D2L?

  1. Enter the D2L link in the address bar of your web browser
  2. Enter your 60XXXXX ID number and password
  3. Click LOGIN


MyUDST is UDST’s Intranet system where you can access many student resources.

How do I access the MyUDST homepage?

  1. Enter MYUDST link in the address bar of your web browser
  2. Enter your 60XXXXXX ID number and password
  3. Select Students & Alumni from the drop down
  4. Click Sign In 


PeopleSoft is UDST’s Student Information System that contains all your biographical details and academic information.

How do I access PeopleSoft Self-Service to view my Student Center?

  1. Enter PeopleSoft link in the address bar of your web browser
  2. Enter your 60XXXXXX ID number and password
  3. Click Sign In

Password Reset

UDST’s Password Reset Portal can be used if you have forgotten your password or are having issues logging in.

What if I forget my password? 

  1. Enter Forgot Password link in the address bar of your web browser 
  2. When prompted, enter your 60XXXXXX number and click Next 
  3. Enter your QID number and click Next 
  4. An SMS will be sent to the mobile number on file in PeopleSoft
  5. Enter the verification number from the SMS and click Next
  6. Enter the new password twice and click Next
  7. Send an email to , including a picture of your student ID, asking to reset the password
  8. IT Helpdesk will reset your password and send it to you

Student Email

Students can access their email from any desktop, laptop, or mobile device on or off campus.

How do I access my UDST email?

  1. Enter Outlook link in the address bar of your web browser 
  2. Enter your email address – – and click Next 
  3. Enter your password and click Sign In

Facility Requests (FAMIS)

Facilities helpdesk system allows students to enter facilities service requests and track statuses directly via an easy-to-use self-service interface.
FAMIS Self-Service only handles non-emergency requests.  For services that require immediate attention to maintain safety or life safety emergencies, please call the Security Control at 4495-2999.

If you have any questions regarding work orders or service requests, please

How do I access my UDST email?

  1. Enter FAMIS in the address bar of your web browser 
  2. Enter your Student ID – 60XXXXXX 
  3. Enter your password and click Login

What if I have any problems logging into FAMIS?
Send an email to , including a picture of your student ID, and describing the issue you are facing.


One Drive

Students can access their saved documents in Office 365 through OneDrive.

How do I access OneDrive (Z:\Drive is migrated to OneDrive) 

  1. Enter Office link in the address bar of your web browser
  2. Enter your student email address -   - in the field provided and press Next
  3. Enter your password and click sign in
  4. Click on the OneDrive icon at the top of the page

How do I use OneDrive?

  1. All Z:\ drive files can be found under the My Documents folder
  2. To create new files and save them to OneDrive, click on the New button from the menu and select the type of file you want to create. You can create Word, Excel, PowerPoint or OneNote files. You can also create new folders.
  3. If you have files or folders on your computer that you would like to save in your OneDrive, you can click the Upload button and then select either files or folders.

Policies & Student Handbook


What is harassment? 

Harassment means to be aggressive towards others or to frighten, disturb or bother others. At UDST we believe everyone has the right to go through their day free from any kind of harassment. 

The University has a policy to protect you called the UDST Harassment Policy and Procedure. This policy assures all employees, students, guests, vendors and clients the right to work, study and enjoy related activities harassment-free. This applies across all University-owned or operated property and facilities. 

In other words, there is no place for harassment anywhere on the UDST campus. 

The policy language below may be difficult for you to understand. But if your feelings tell you that you are being or have been harassed, come and talk to us in private. You can see the student counsellor or come to Student Affairs in Building 6. 

The UDST Harassment Policy explains that harassment includes any of the following: 

Sexual Harassment 

This includes sexual comments, gestures or physical contact that the individual knows, or should reasonably know, to be unwelcome, unacceptable or offensive. Sexual harassment is not wanted, one-sided and/or hurtful. 

Discriminatory Harassment 

Based on race, religion, religious creed, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital status, family status, physical or mental disability, political opinion, colour, or ethnic national or social origin that is directed at, is offensive to, undermines performance, and/or threatens an individual’s economic livelihood. 

Personal Harassment 

Occurs when an individual uses his/her authority or position to undermine, sabotage or otherwise adversely affect the career or program of another person. It includes, but is not limited to, repeated offensive comments and/ or actions that demean and belittle an individual and/or cause personal humiliation. It may also include threatening to hurt others, trying to get money from others, forcing others to do something they do not want to do, and/or the filing of unproven and/or hurtful claims of wrongdoing.

Current Students
Student Rights and Responsibilities

Information on Student Rights and Responsibilities is identified in UDST’s STUDENT CONDUCT POLICY, PL-ST-01

Testing Center at UDST
Sponsorship Opportunities

If you have a career goal and wish to be a sponsored student studying at UDST, you are encouraged to contact the Human Resource Departments and Training Centers in all sectors (government, industry and private sector), or you can ask the sponsorship team. Create your own opportunity to become a highly skilled professional, ready to assume a profession in the Qatari workforce.


Office: 4495 2650 

Academic Awards

UDST offers opportunities to students to receive a number of academic awards. The academic awards do not require an application and are determined based on academic performance in terms of students’ weighted averages. Some academic awards are determined based on academic performance coupled with other specific criteria such as contribution to university life, faculty recommendation, etc. Full information about academic awards is available at the Admissions & Registration Directorate. 

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