UON staff members from SWA - Student Welfare Authority have been trained on how to handle complaints. This was during a one day sensitization workshop held at the Central Catering Unit; CCU. Among the trainers was Dean of Students Fr. Dominic Wamugunda.
University of Nairobi staff from the six colleges and Central Administration have been sensitized on issues relating to student disciplinary cases. The training was done on Friday, by Senior Counsel, Fred Ngatia.
The SONU annual retreat took place between 9th – 11th December, 2016. The retreats were organized by the DVC (Students Affairs) office, Dean of Students and all college principals. This year’s retreat was held in different locations where officials from CBPS and CAVS held their retreat in Kisumu, CHS and CAE held theirs in Eldoret while CHSS and CEES held theirs in Mombasa.
The University of Nairobi wishes to inform the following groups of students (Module I and Module II Intergrated) that the commencement dates for the 2017/2018 academic year are as follows:
A new water bowser has been commissioned by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Student Affairs at the Transport Section. The 40,000 litres water bowser was commissioned today, December, 7, 2016.
Student leaders from various universities have been sworn in as Peace Ambassadors,
climax of a three day youth leadership training at the University of Nairobi, Main
Campus on Friday, November, 25, 2016.
The event was witnessed by the Norwegian Ambassador to Kenya Mr. Victor C.
Rønneberg and Commissioner, Linda Ochiel, from the National Cohesion and
CCPE successfully organized a sports day activity on 13th Nov 2016 as it had been planned for in the calendar of events for the academic year 2016/2017. The event was attended by 50 members among which were some invited members from other clubs like CEAC. The first match kicked off at 10:00am after the arrival of the players at the pitch. Following the order, all the, games were successfully played except for one player who got injured and was immediately attended to by the 1st aid attendees.
The objectives were to:
The University Students Initiative to Society (USIS) held a mentorship and cleanup activities on 8th October, 2016 in Machakos. The mentorship was for street families under the Jitegemee Children Program in Machakos. The students held one- on- one sessions with the children and discussed issues such as education, early pregnancies, sexuality, and job creation among others.
A group of students from the College of Humanities & Health Sciences visited the Children’s Cancer Ward at Kenyatta National Hospital (KNH) on Saturday 29th October 2016.