Abstract : Abstract: Public health concerns have been raised about the possibility that exposure to radiofrequency electromagnetic fields from cell phones could affect the overall health. Objectives: to determine the perception of university students regarding Mobile phone health hazards, and find out their actual practice of usage. Study design: A cross sectional study was conducted in Minia University. Methods: The study participants were university students from different faculties. A total of 765 participants answered the questionnaire. Results: Most of participants (72.1% of males and 86.9% of females have at least one mobile phone, 77.2% of males and 56.5% of females using mobile phone for 5-10 years. Right ear (45.6%) was preferred. (75.5%) of females locate the mobile in the bag while 82.6% of males locate it in their pocket. Majority of males (99.2%) and females (99.5%) were aware about health hazards of mobile phone. Most of participants agreed that mobile phone usage can cause headache (87.8%), sleep disturbance (63%), and loss of mental attention (58.7%). Conclusions: the authors found that most of the participants used the mobile phone for 5-10 years. Right ear was preferred than left ear. Majority of the students were aware about health hazards of mobile phone. Most of them agreed that the mobile phone usage can cause health hazards.