An-Najah organizes a number of activities that aim at involving students in the local community’s issues and developing their skills in social collaboration and cultural dialogue.
An-Najah’s Band for Folk Arts holds a series of national and religious celebrations that aim at rooting the Palestinian identity and the notion of cultural dialogue inside An-Najah students.
The band also participates in several national and international activities such as the Forum for Arab Universities, graduation ceremonies and other activities.
An-Najah aspires to spread its vision through various activities and thus it views theatre as a tool to push the wagon of the Palestinian culture onward.
An-Najah students participate in theatrical productions to represent their university and be ambassadors forPalestine. Therefore, An-Najah drama group participates annually in drama festivals in Jordan, Morocco, Algeria and other countries.
The scout movement was established at An-Najah National University in 1921 and was called “An-Najah School Scouts”.
The movement was restricted afterward by the Israeli occupation, and in 2004 was retained as “A-Najah Scout’s Group”.
The group now is an educational voluntary apolitical movement supervised by the Deanship of Students’ Affairs and is open to both genders.
The group aims at shaping its enrollees’ spiritual, mental, physical and social aspects to create a generation of good citizens in their local and international environments.
The Deanship of Students’ Affairs annually organizes scientific field trips including visits to factories, companies and archaeological sites in Palestine to develop students’ academic and social skills.
An-Najah offers a number of sports facilities including football, volleyball and basketball courts; university gym; sports halls and a swimming pool.