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.
To provide a conducive University environment for professional competence and social adjustment through guidance and involvement in co-curricular activities
The students’ affairs department envisages competent, healthy and well-adjusted graduants with value addition to the nation.
KIBUCO choir presenting a set piece during the National music festivals in Kisumu on 10th August 2015
University choir putting final touches on the Zilizopendwa at Kisumu boys on 11th August 2015
A team of professional counselors attending a workshop session on Trauma Counseling at GULU Uganda on 12th August 2015.
Ms. Susan Adina KIBUCO 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.
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.
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 Youth Development Association (GYDA) administrator responding to questions from workshop participants.
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.