Nabiha Nasir (1891-1951) establishes an elementary school in Birzeit for girls.
Birzeit School becomes a coeducational high school.
Birzeit High School becomes Birzeit College.
Birzeit College offers first-year university-level courses in arts and science.
Birzeit College grants first associate degrees.
Elementary, preparatory and high school curricula are cancelled; Birzeit College focuses exclusively on higher education.
A Board of Trustees is formed to assume full governance responsibility;
Faculty of Arts is established;
Faculty of Science is established.
Birzeit College becomes Birzeit University and starts to award BA and BS degrees;
Birzeit University is accepted in as a member of the Association of Arab Universities.
Birzeit First Master’s program was launched offering a degree in education;
Birzeit University is accepted as a member of the International Association of Universities.
The Faculty of Business and Economics is established.
The Faculty of Engineering and Technology is established.
The official opening of the new campus.
Birzeit Center for Continuing Education was established.
A new MS program was added, the MS in Law, Gender Studies and International Studies.
The Faculty of Graduate Studies is established.
The Faculty of Law and Public Administration is established.
The Department of Information Technology is established at the Faculty of Engineering and Technology.
The Faculty of Nursing and Allied Health Professions is established (today it is the Faculty of Nursing, Pharmacy and Health Professions).
The Faculty of Education is established.
BZU became part of the QS classification (best 3% universities in the world).