Ms. Malanda

Ms. Malanda
Dean Of Students
 

Introduction

Student affairs department of Kibabii University deals with all matters concerning students’ welfare in the University. It is meant to provide a home away from home for the students. The department conducts the following activities:Coordination of students’ activities including organizations, Welfare societies, Clubs, County and regional associations and Student unions

The department has put in place a system that allows for freedom of worship through the chaplaincy section. It also deals with counseling, sports and games, work study, inter university programmes, orientation of freshmen and fresh women, gender issues and career placement.The students’ affairs office is temporarily located at the western wing of HB3.

General Objective

To provide a conducive University environment for professional competence and social adjustment through guidance and involvement in co-curricular activities

Strategic Objectives
  1. To facilitate holistic development of students by creating a conducive environment for learning.
  2. To offer support and facilitate participation of students in talent and skill development and recreation.
  3. To facilitate the implementation of preventive and rehabilitative interventions for identified vulnerable groups.
  4. To enforce and maintain the discipline of students.
  5. To ensure establishment of an effective students’ governance and leadership.
  6. To carry out research, consultancy and outreach on relevant emerging issues.
Philosophical Framework

The students’ affairs department envisages competent, healthy and well-adjusted graduants with value addition to the nation.

Core Values
  • Productivity
  • Professionalism
  • Equity
  • Integrity
  • Freedom of expression
  • Social responsibility

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

Kibabii University choir team presenting trophies to the University senate. The team scoped four trophies during the 91st Kenya Music Festival held at Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) on 10th – 22nd July 2017 whose theme was “Enhancing National Unity, Cohesion and Integration through Kenya Music Festival”. The best winning items that also scored highest marks during the festival were: Folksong from Rest of Africa, Kenyan folk dance, Kenyan folk song and Taarabu song. Moreover the team also received certificate awards for position 1,2 and 3 which included: Position1: Folksong from Rest of Africa, Kenyan folk dance, Kenyan folk song and Taarabu song, Position 2: Terrorism Choral verse and Turkana folk song, Position3: Giriama dance. Congratulations for sterling performance.

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate Gallery

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

The Presentation of 91st Kenya Music Festival Award Winning Trophies and Certificate by Kibabii University Choir to the University Senate

Kibabii University Choir Performance at the 91st Kenya Music Festivals

Kibabii University choir during the 91st Kenya Music Festivals held in Masinde Muliro University of Science and Technology (MMUST) from 10st-22nd July 2017. KIBU won a trophy for being number 1 in Taarabu category. In total, KIBU won 5 trophies at the end of 2017 National Music festivals. This was excellent performance compared to 2016 where the University won only 1 trophy

Kibabii University Choir Performance at the 91st Kenya Music Festivals

Kibabii University Choir Performance at the 91st Kenya Music Festivals

Kibabii University Choir Performance at the 91st Kenya Music Festivals

CEO of African Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCES) Visit Kibabii University

Courtesy call to the VC by the CEO of African Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCES) who visited Kibabii University during his routine tour to institutions whose needy students benefit from the Society. Currently 14 very needy but bright students from KIBU get full fees scholarships from the Organisation.

CEO of African Canadian Continuing Education Society (ACCES) Visit Kibabii University

Students Leadership Training

The VC, DVC ASA & DVC PPRI accompanied by the Deputy Dean of Students, Senior Assistant Dean of Students and other Kibabii University staff during Students Leadership Training held from 4th – 6th July 2017. The team (2017/2018 SGC) comprised of 25 leaders led by their chair Mr Benard Chetambe Lipesa.

Students Leadership Training

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

Kibabii University Hockey Club (Blak Rhinos) members organized a community service by visiting Siritanyi Childrens Home, managed by Bishop Fredrick W. Ogara on 17th Saturday, June 2017. It was a psychological support to the children supplying them with food staff and clothing, accompanying the team was Miss. KIBU (Veronica Akinyi).It was a voluntary service that was part of community outreach by the club.

The home has around 30 children, 5 of them are in pre-unit, 10 are in primary school, 14 are in secondary and one is yet to join Kibabii University for a diploma course.

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

KIBU Hockey Club Visited Siritanyi Childrens Home

2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

Kibabii University students vote their 2017/2018 Student Governing Council leaders under the new Varsity Election Act. The requirements for an eligible voter included: School ID and National ID or Passport or Birth Certificate. Bonafide students from Faculties and Schools turned out to exercise their democratic mandate

2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

Peace Initiative Campaign Towards 2017 Elections

Kibabii University students during a peace initiative campaign towards 2017/2018 Student Governing Council Elections

Peace Initiative Campaign Towards 2017 Elections

Peace Initiative Campaign Towards 2017 Elections

Peace Initiative Campaign Towards 2017 Elections

Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017

FIRST YEARS’ REAP BIG IN THE PAGEANTRY NIGHT.
After weeks of hard training, tireless preparations and passionate hope finally the pay day had arrived, and in this case, it was the pay night.
Being a cold and cloudy night where the rains threatened to fall any time, one would be forgiven to think that comrades would shy away from attending an event hosted in an open field. But instead the students turned out in large numbers, sat, watched and waited patiently.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
Mr Alan Juma, a first year Journalism and Mass communication student managed to beat other 8 contestants to be crowned Mr. KIBU 2017/2018. On his part, Mr Oliech, also a first year student, succeeded to convince the judges that he has the most muscles of the 3 other contenders and therefore deserved to be crowned Mr. Flex KIBU 2017/2018.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
When time came to show who among the Kibabii University beautiful ladies had the curves of an African Woman body, Miss Abigail Situma, who as well happened to be a first year student, carried the day and was crowned Miss Jumbo KIBU 2017/2018.
Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
After being named 2nd runners up in the last year’s event. It was now time for Veronica Akinyi to celebrate after she was crowned Miss KIBU 2017/2018 in a hotly contested competition which attracted 10 contenders. Miss Akinyi, a second year student showed unique creativity in dressing and cat-walking and in the Process she was able to outdo Miss Maureen Njeri who was named second runners up.

Kibabii University Career and Cultural week 2016/2017
By KETER STEVE

Student Organisation of Kibabii University Referendum

Students vote to decide whether to adopt or reject the Student Organisation of Kibabii University (SOKU) Constitution in line with the requirements of the University ACT 2016

Referendum

Referendum

Referendum

World Earth Day

Equity Leaders Program Kibabii University Chapter in collaboration with Equity Bank celebrate World Earth Day by conserving the environment and creating environment literacy through local civic education and personal responsibility to create democratically active citizen.

The program purposed to create awareness on:

  • Proper disposal of non-biodegradable plastics
  • Water and electricity conservation measure
  • Noise management
  • Environment rehabilitation project

World Earth Day
World Earth Day
World Earth Day
World Earth Day
World Earth Day

KIBU Participate in Drama Festivals

Kibabii University drama troupe presenting Ghosts of 2007 at Nyamasaria Primary School Hall in Kisumu County during the 58th Edition of Kenya National Drama Festivals. The University cherishes all a round development of its student.

KIBU Participate in Drama Festivals

KIBU Participate in Drama Festivals

KIBU Participate in Drama Festivals

KIBU Participate in Drama Festivals

Preparing for Drama Festivals

Kibabii University drama students prepare for National Drama festival which will take place in Kisumu County on 8th to 18th April 2017. The theme is “Enhancing National values for development”
Preparing for Drama Festivals

KIBU Choir

KIBU choir preparing for stage performance of a set piece at CITAM hall in Kisumu on 10th August 2015
KIBU Choir

Music Festivals in Kisumu

KIBU choir presenting a set piece during the National music festivals in Kisumu on 10th August 2015
Music Festivals in Kisumu

Zilizopendwa at Kisumu Boys

University choir putting final touches on the Zilizopendwa at Kisumu boys on 11th August 2015
Zilizopendwa at Kisumu Boys

Workshop Session on Trauma Counseling

A team of professional counselors attending a workshop session on Trauma Counseling at GULU Uganda on 12th August 2015.
Workshop

KIBU Students Counselor in a Workshop in Gulu

Ms. Susan Adina KIBU Students Counselor listening keenly to a presenter in one of the workshops in Gulu. At the end of skills training the trainees are given tools with which to start their trade. Some of the tools are visible in the picture.
Workshop

Professional Counselors

A group of youths orphaned during the LRA (Lords Resistance Army) conflict in Northen Uganda listening to presentations from professional counselors from Kenya and Uganda.
Professional Counselors

Gulu Regional Referral Hospital

Mr. Murumba Nasongo Senior Assistant Dean of Students together with other participants giving a hearing to a Mental Health Expert at Gulu Regional Referral Hospital on 13th August 2015. Most mental patients at this referral hospital are victims of LRA conflict in Northern Uganda led by Joseph Konyi.
Gulu Regional Referral Hospital

Gulu Youth Development Association Administrator Responding to Questions

Gulu Youth Development Association (GYDA) administrator responding to questions from workshop participants.
Workshop

At the Source of River Nile

Mr. Murumba Nasongo and Ms. Susan Adina take a break at the source of River Nile in Jinja Uganda after Trauma Counseling Session organized by IPCC (International Psychological Counseling Center) on 14th August 2015 which attracted over 20 participants from Kenya and Uganda.
At the Source of River Nile

KIBU Donations to Garissa University College

During the handing over of KIBUCO Donations to Garissa University College Terrorist attack Victims at Moi university on 23rd July 2015 by Deputy Dean of Students (Ms. Noel Mandela Malanda) and Senior Assistant Dean of Students (Mr. Benson Murumba Nasongo)
KIBU Donations to Garissa University College

Male Talk

Students male talk organized by student affairs department being addressed by Brian Singoro
Male Talk