This study sought to address the theoretical frameworks and the mechanisms of citizenship among jazan university students, as well as addressing the efforts exerted to develop citizenship via practicing different types of activities, and aimed to reveal the views of Jazan University students concerning the role of activities in developing their citizenship and show the extent to which their viewpoints are affected by the variables addressed by the study.
The descriptive method was utilized and used the questionnaire was 31 items under five main dimensions, namely cultural and social activity (8 items); sports activity (7 items); theatre activity (5 items); creative activity (5 items) and scouting activity (6 items). After checking the psychometric features of the questionnaire, it was administered to a random sample of 305 students.
The results of the research revealed that students confirmed that cultural and social activity have a very large degree of contribution to the development of citizenship; however, sports, theatre, and creative activities have only a large degree of contribution. More importantly, scouting activity has a medium degree of contribution. The results also showed that there were no statistically significant differences that may be attributed to the variables of the study.
Keywords: Student Activities