At the School of Business, or Lower Kabete Campus, there is a detailed write up on coping with uncertainty during covid-19, inclusive of timely,relevant tips. A very helpful article written by the Assistant dean of students and posted on the school of business students portal, that can also be accessed here.The article will be posted in full on our latest news posting with the title "Coping with Uncertainty In the Wake Of Coronavirus Pandemic."
A team of 11 peer student counsellors have been reaching out to the students. These counsellors are highly encouraged to make referrals to the student counselor and Assistant dean of students where they encounter challenges for immediate tele-counselling and other immediate necessary referrals. The tele-counselling is for the students who reach out for psychological support, they are then referred to the relevant offices such as HELB, Dean of faculty, Dean of students, finance department among others for resolution.
Students in their third year second semester have joined hands to help an extremely needy student who normally plaits her colleagues hair for up keep while in session and is currently in dire need given the prevailing situation. Spiritual group members have also reached out to other needy students too to support them. This is the report shared to the dean of students of department by Sr. Caroline Rukunga, the Asisstant dean of students at the Lower Kabete campus.