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President to Open Science Center

USIU-Africa Chancellor Dr. Manu Chandaria has invited His Excellency the President Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta C.G.H. for the official opening of the Science Center on Thursday, March 12, 2015. He will be hosted by the Vice Chancellor Prof. Freida Brown in a ceremony and tour of the new Science Center, to commence at 10am. H.E. the President will also plant a commemorative tree to mark the momentous occasion.
The new Science Center hosts the School of Science and Technology and the new School of Pharmacy and Health Sciences. The two schools offer six programs at undergraduate and graduate levels, the newest being the Bachelor of Pharmacy. The new program will welcome its first students in the coming summer semester.

Registration for Commencement 2015 (Saturday, August 23)

Degree application for Commencement August 2015 will begin on February 23. Students completing course work by April and August 2015 are encouraged to apply for graduation. Deadline is  April 2, 2015.

Eligible students should send their student details (student number, major and concentration) to the Graduation Advisor at before the deadline. . Students can also sign up at the Office of the Registrar’s Reception Desk. The graduation application will be sent to the given email account within a week of signing up.
Graduation Fees
The graduation fee is KES 5000 for students meeting their degree requirements at the end of the Summer semester. For those students completing degree requirements by end of Spring 2015 and intending to participate in the Commencement 2015 in Augusts, an additional refundable gown deposit of KES 5000 is required. All graduation fees must be paid by  Saturday, 30 May 2015.

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Culture Week round the corner

The Student Affairs Council has once again prepared a host of activities to celebrate the diverse communities found on campus under the banner of the annual Culture Week.
The three-day bonanza will feature cultural dances, a food festival and national curios for sale at community stands on campus. The climax will be a culture concert to be held on evening of Thursday, March 19 on campus. Entrance tickets are currently retailing for KES 200 at the Student Affairs Council offices and with selected vendors.

DVC-Academic Affairs to open Seminar on Post-Modernism and Post-Colonialism

The School of Humanities and Social Sciences has organized the fourth USIU-Africa Seminar on Post-Modernism and Post-Colonialism on Friday March 6 and March 13 in the Library Conference Room beginning from 1.30pm on each day.
Ambassador Prof. Ruthie Rono (Deputy Vice Chancellor - Academic Affairs) will offer opening remarks at the beginning of the Seminar.