University of Nairobi To Purge Dormant Students From System.
The University of Nairobi will not recognize dormant students who attempt to profit on the institution’s identity.
Vice-Chancellor Stephen Kiama stated that the university’s database will be cleaned in order to maintain only current students.
Prof Kiama, speaking at the institution’s prize-giving ceremony, highlighted that many students register for courses in the university’s name and take more than ten years to complete.
“We believe in quality. We value our students and further, the reputation of the university,” he said.
The VC emphasized that the administration is committed to ensuring UoN’s long-term viability and relevance.
“Recently, the UoN was ranked top because of research that we conduct to ensure our services are world-class. UoN is a brand and we encourage all stakeholders and the students to maintain our brand,” he said.
Prof. Kiama congratulated the awardees and stated that the university is focusing more on music, art, and theatrical studies.
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“We must do whatever it takes to recognise talent beside the academic excellence. No hardworking students should leave the university without being recognised.
“We will continue to identify and celebrate talent and achievements of our staff and students. Further, we will promote research and commercialize our intangible assets,’’ said Prof Kiama.