Centre of Students Affairs

The Student Management and Development Center (SISWA-UKM) and the PUSANIKA Management Center (PUSANIKA-UKM) have been merged/restructured into the Centre of Student Affairs (HEP-UKM) starting on 6 August 2019.

HEP-UKM is one of the PTj in the University that provides services directly to students. This service center generally plays a role in ensuring facilities and services as well as management and monitoring activities for students including counseling services, welfare, training and leadership, volunteering and publications. In addition, this service center also acts as an advisor, facilitator and manages all student welfare matters.


Food Bank@UKM

The Kasih Food Bank program which was launched on 14 July 2021 is a pure initiative by staff in the Quality Department to help staff in other departments and students at HCTM who are affected during the implementation of the Movement Control Order to obtain supplies of basic necessities. Since this initiative was introduced, a total of 231 staff and students have benefited from this program. The location of Kasih Food Bank, which is located in the Lobby of Tuanku Ja’afar Chancellor’s Medical Education Complex, is very suitable and strategic because it is close to the Security Counter and away from crowded areas. Staff and students who need donation assistance can pick up items at the shelves provided.

This program is set in motion with the help and collection of donations from HCTM citizens and people. The joint effort of HCTM citizens has successfully collected donations amounting to RM16,162 since this program was launched. Members of the public and HCTM residents who are interested in channeling donations through this program can contact the program secretariat at 039145 5052/ 5064/ 5068.


UKM Zakat Center

The Zakat Division of the Treasurer’s Department was established as a result of the MoU between UKM and the Selangor Zakat Board (LZS) in 2005. As a result of this MoU, two committees were formed that are responsible for managing zakat affairs at UKM, of which TAZUKM is the parent committee and JAZUKM is the zakat distribution committee.

Official website: www.ukm.my/zakat

Welfare Unit

The Welfare Unit under the UKM’s Centre of Student Affair (HEP UKM), works with the spirit of prioritizing student welfare with 8 main cores:

  • Food aid
  • Vehicles (Welfare Services)
  • Relief fund
  • Insurance
  • PWD & Indigenous People
  • B40 Data & Educational Assistance
  • Scholarships & Sponsorships
  • Pusanika & Nature Education Forest

Official website: www.ukm.my/hepukm/unit-kebajikan-penajaan

UKM Supports Students from Low Income Families

UKM, particularly Welfare Unit from the Center of Student Affairs (HEP) UKM provide supports in terms of food, housing, financial aid, and transportation for students from low income families, which is B40 group. These supports have helped the students in need completing their studies.

Percentage of B40 Students Admitted in UKM for 2022 intake (Year 1)

Percentage of B40 Students Graduated in UKM

UKM Supports Students from Low Income Familes

1,000 Students Receive Book E-Vouchers (SelangorKini) UKM

Tekad Pendidikan #KitaSelangor: Dato’ Menteri Besar Dato’ Seri Amirudin Shari present the Student Book e-Vouchers at Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia on 6 November 2023.

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