KeMU Nairobi Campus held its second trimester campus day on 17th June 2016 to welcome the first years at Paradise Lost grounds. The Campus day is a one of a kind event where the new students get to interact with the campus management, staff as well as continuing students in a more laid back environment. The event was held in conjunction with the Kubamba Krew who brought in their DJs and MCs to give the event a Christian and inspiring twist. The campus Principal Dr. Risper Orero as well as the Depuy Registrar A, P & D Faith Mutwiri were in attendance and interacted freely with the students in various activities and games.
Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) will hold its 16th Graduation ceremony on Saturday, 23rd July 2016, 10.00 a.m. at the Main Campus, Meru. Graduands must be seated at the graduation square by 9.00 a.m.
Click here to download the 16th Graduation Official Communication
A student in the Computer Information System Department in Nairobi Campus, Ms Nyariak Deng', has received a full scholarship to attend the Grace Hopper Conference in the US in October 2016. The Grace Hopper Conference is the largest gathering of women technologist in the world, hosting over 8000 attendees and over 100 Tech companies. It is produced by the Anita Borg Institute and presented in partnership with the Association of Computing Machinery (ACM).
Nyariak's application was selected through an international and highly competitive process. Considering the stellar applications that Grace Hopper receives, it is a great achievement for Nyariak. Ms Nyariak Deng' was mentored by Dr Chao Mbogo (Lecturer- School of Science and Technology), who has also received partial scholarship to attend and present at the conference.