Under the patronage of His Excellency King Khalid University Rector, Prof. Falleh R. M. Al-Solamy, the Third National Conference for Computer Colleges in Saudi Universities began on the 28th of Muharram 1440 AH. It was organized by the College of Computer Science at Abha Palace Hotel. Computer science colleges and departments met from around the Kingdom in an attempt to introduce the latest concepts and developments and create a platform where they can share success stories, research, and presentations. His Excellency Rector Al-Solamy, welcomed the deans of computer colleges from Saudi universities, commenting that the conference is an essential factor in supporting Vision 2030 and the 2020 National Transformation Plan. He emphasized that the field of technology and computer applications is one of the fastest growing fields and must receive great attention by computer faculties to raise the level of awareness and performance and to enhance the level of academic knowledge and models used in learning. Vice Rector for Higher Studies and Scientific Research and Chairman of the Organizing Committee of the Conference, Dr. Saad Al-Amry, confirmed that the committee focused on activating the role of exchanging educational and research experience -- the primary conference goal. He further related that the exchange of knowledge in accord with international standards will contribute significantly to the improvement of teaching skills in the field of computer science and will help meet the needs of the labor market. He brought attention to the many events, workshops, and talks to be provided by an elite group of specialists in the fields of computer science and information systems. More importantly, he explained, the Third National Programming Contest in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will spark the next generation of computing professionals as they pursue excellence. Dean of the Faculty of Computer Science at King Khalid University and Co-Chair of the Scientific Committee of the Conference, Dr. Ali Al-Karawi, asserted that the Third National Conference for Computer Colleges in Saudi Universities aims to raise the level of performance of computer colleges, which are the building blocks for the current digital transformation, adding that most of the goals of Vision 2030 are based on digital technologies. He stressed that the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is steadily moving towards intelligent technological solutions to ensure sustainable development, pointing out that the conference received excellent attention from specialists, adding that the of Computer Science College received more than 70 research papers. The Third National Programming Competition in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia will occur on the sidelines of the conference and will host more than 200 students from various universities in order to enhance creativity, teamwork, and innovation in solving complex software issues. It will also enable students to test their performance capabilities under the pressure of time in accord with the standards of international group competitions.