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To facilitate students' access to lecture halls, The University of Jordan allocated a group of buses (each with 22 passengers’ capacity) that are operating on two tracks (paths):
The first one connects the School of Physical Science (Sport) in Arjan area with The University of Jordan main campus, where two busses were devoted to this path according to a flexible time table prepared by the School that suits students’ schedules.
The second path connects the northern part of the main campus with its southern part; back and forth; this path passes through seven stations (School of Educational Sciences, School of Law – Accommodation (houses) of female students, Computer Center, the entrance to the School of Agriculture, Opposite to School of Engineering, School of Arts).  Three busses were allocated for this track; they begin their work at 08:30 am and end at 3:00 pm, at the rate of one bus every 15 minutes.
  
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The Health Care Department provides several services to the students, including medical treatments, x-rays, laboratory tests and a pharmacy. Cases that require follow up are transferred to the Hospital of Jordan University. The department also has health awareness programs and holds medical committees and approves medical reports issues by other bodies.
 
The department includes health and dental clinics, emergency department. It also contributes to spreading health awareness among students and participates in the universities’ social, sport and health activities within the university.
  
  
To encourage students to practice various sports curricular and extracurricular activities through well prepared plans for the development of a spirit of partnership and cooperation and refine students’ personality in a way parallel to his/her academic achievement, a set of stadiums and sports halls were dedicated to students in order to serve a large segment of students and the community; including: