1385 graduands from 18 programs at undergraduate, graduate and doctoral levels, at the 39th Commencement Ceremony held on Saturday, September 9. The ceremony was presided over by the Chancellor Dr. Manu Chandaria, assisted by the Vice Chancellor Professor Paul Zeleza. 

In early August, the Vice Chancellor Prof. Paul Zeleza presented a keynote address on “The University and Classification of Higher Education Institutions and a plenary session on Curriculum Development: Global Perspectives at the First National Conference on Quality Assurance in Higher Education Institutions” organized by the National Council for Higher Education of Malawi. 

The Department of Human Resources organised one-day induction session for all new employees who joined the university this semester, on Thursday, September 14, at the auditorium’s seminar room. 

A one-day performance management system workshop was organized for all managers by the Department of Human Resources, to equip managers with the tools to properly manage the university’s performance management.

The University will be observing the Freida Brown Day this Friday September 22, from 9 am to 2 pm at Kiwanja Primary and Secondary School in Kasarani.

Themed Each one reach one, lets make the world a better place”, Freida Brown Day will purpose to impact lives of 320 students of the host community located in the Kasarani sub-county, and create a sense of togetherness and unity among students, staff, faculty and friends of the university.

The Student Affairs Council hosted a graduation ball for the graduating Class of 2017 at Villa Rosa Kempinski on Thursday, September 7. 

Themed Golden Safaris, New Adventuresthe dinner brought together 270 graduands and alumni, as well as 50 members of faculty and staff, and representatives from media houses.

College is undoubtedly one of the most interesting seasons of a young person’s life. The new found freedom, access to more finances, a robust social life; it is truly an exciting time. However, it is also one of the most unappreciated opportunities to career development.

Members of the Student Affairs Council (SAC) attended the 8th Edition of the University Scholars Leadership Symposium (USL) organized from August 2017 1-7 in Bangkok, Thailand. 

Accompanied by the Dean of Students Mr. Robert Onsarigo and the Principal University Counselor Mrs. Lucy Kung’u, members of SAC Senate represented students and the university at this event that falls under the UN Global Leadership Program.

The annual charity beauty pageant Mr. & Miss USIU-Africa, hosted by the Student Affairs Council, will be held this Fall semester 2017. The pageant’s organizing committee aims to raise KES 1.4 million  to build two classrooms at the Al Tawoon Education Center, thus enabling the Center to become eligible for receiving government support.

The Student Affairs Council hosted representatives of the Strathmore University Student Council for a working lunch on Thursday, September 14, in the cafeteria. The two councils discussed issues of mutual concern, especially regarding the direction of student governance in private universities in Kenya.