Prince Sultan Bin Abdul-Aziz College for the Visually Impaired

Brief Description :

In his endeavor to support disabled individuals, HRH Prince Mohammad Bin Fahd noted the disadvantaged conditions of the visually impaired despite their remarkable potential and in many cases their high mental abilities. He therefore launched his initiative to start a higher education, degree awarding institution that fosters learning opportunities to this category of the disabled. The idea was very well received, and during the visit of the Late Crown Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz to the Eastern Province of Saudi Arabia, the idea of the College was discussed and the late Prince donated 60 million SAR in support of this initiative that carries his name since then.


  • The college aims at providing an ideal environment to help people with visual disabilities overcome their difficulties and integrate in the society. It seeks to rehabilitate students and to prepare them to be self-reliant in order to integrate in the society and achieve their potential and ambitions in life. The facility, technologies, curricula and services provided provide ideal life, learning and working conditions for the visually impaired.

Targeting Group :

  • People with visual impairment.

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Initiative Impact:

Prince Sultan Bin Abdul Aziz College for the Visually Impaired is currently under establishment. The Founding Committee has worked with the Architectural Design office to finalize the design and layout of the building