Christian Union

Clubs & Societies

Kibabii University Christian Union was founded back in 2012 by a group of born again brothers and sister,it started as a prayer group held in Hostel 2 room 95 which was composed of four members. It conducted its first interdenominational service on 18th March 2012.The first executive board was formed and it served for a duration of three years till the transition that was done on 30th March 2014. The congregation grew as more students joined the university in 2012 and the later years .Today the union has grown and it has a population of about 600 members and all thanks and glory is unto the Lord

 


Hockey Club

Clubs & Societies

In the year 2013, the Kibabii University hockey club (Blak Rhinos) was established by likeminded young individuals, with the love for hockey and desire to provide a suitable place for upcoming young hockey players, to enjoy hockey and sharpen their talents and skills in the best possible environment under the management of hockey addicted individuals.

The aim of the team was also to occupy the youthful minds with positive activity to eradicate alcoholism, substance abuse, criminal activities, empower the youths plus high school, college and university alumni for leadership in the community.

Joining the Club

We are one of the largest, proudest, and most socially active clubs in the University, We train every Evening. Whilst you may not be spending every day of your week playing hockey, the club will make you feel like your university career is defined by your participation in this society. We’re looking for hockey lovers who are looking to be a part of the KIBABII UNIVERSITY HOCKEY CLUB (KUHC) on and off the field.

We train hard, we play hard, and we aim to make your time at KIBABII UNIVERSITY HOCKEY CLUB (KUHC) unforgettable.

 


Journalism Club

Hockey Club

2014 September was the year when the first batch of students to be admitted by the University to pursue Journalism and Mass Communication joined. Fueled by the desire to have an organization which would help them develop their skills apart from class work, they came up with idea of forming a club. Although, their dream at the time didn’t bear any fruit, 2015 would be their year. The journalism club was established and became fully registered by the varsity. Since then the club has grown and achieved a lot since its inception.

Membership

The club membership is based on two frameworks, the full membership and associate membership frameworks respectively. Anyone can be a member of the club as long as they admitted by Kibabii University to partake a course in journalism and Mass communication and or other students admitted by the University who are willing to abide by the rules and regulations of the club as stipulated in the club’s constitution. Associate membership is open to, Part (full) members of the club and or Willing members of the university staff (both teaching & non-teaching).

Those members who don’t belong to any of the above but who are constantly and willingly identify with the Club provided that the members are full or associate, shall be members. Full members shall be registered upon payment of one hundred shilling (100) any time in the course of the academic year in the University preferably within the first two weeks of the commencement of the academic year.
Associate members shall be registered upon the payment of one hundred and fifty shillings (150) at any time of the academic year.