MAINTENANCE RESPONSIBILITIES
The University owns and operates an extensive portfolio of buildings and land assets utilised to deliver its teaching and research programmes.

Facilities Maintenance section performs campus maintenance, housekeeping, landscaping and grounds services as well as provision of utility services and offers an integrated service model that provides customers with a single point of contact and around-the-clock service. Maintenance section  maintains university facilities and provides quality support services for the physical environment of the university, reducing energy consumption through education and use of alternative sources of energy.
 

Vision

To deliver superior HR services and competent workforce that will support the institution’s strategy

Mission

To attract, develop and retain a diverse and highly skilled workforce that will consistently contribute in achieving the institution’s strategic objectives.

Located in the university compound, the cafeteria offers diversified meals.

Meals are on paid for at the till or through a meal plan.

Meal hours in the cafeteria are as follows:

USIU-Africa Campus Housing

Objectives

  • To provide quality Housing services and programs that enhance residential student success in a clean, safe and inclusive living-learning environment – a “home away from home”.

Campus Residence Halls

The student halls of residence allow them to live close to instructional and academic support buildings, the dining facility and other university services. Two residential buildings accommodate 256 students on campus. Facilities in the buildings include the Table Tennis/Darts/Pool Room, three TV Rooms and a Study Room.

Upcoming Events

29 Sep 2017
10:00AM - 01:30PM
Vice Chancellor's Convocation
02 Oct 2017
04:00PM - 07:00PM
MIKTA Film Festival
15 Nov 2017
EAMARC IV Conference
15 Nov 2017
EAMARC IV Conference
29 Nov 2017
Harvard USIU-Africa Public Lecture
01 Dec 2017
HPC Research & Innovation Forum

About USIU-Africa

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United States International University - Africa is located in the Kasarani area, off Thika Road in the suburb of Kenya’s capital city of Nairobi. The university is an independent, not-for-profit institution serving 6512 students representing 69 nationalities. It offers 24 degree programs from undergraduate to doctoral level, all of which are accredited in Kenya and the United States of America.

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