We treasure you therefore we want you to make an impact in your life not only in class work but also in other co-curriculum activities ,in this regards we have make games that you can join such as Football,Volley Ball,Basket ball,Rugby and handball.You can also enroll in other sports like swimming and Karate.
To cater for everyone's satisfaction we also have other social and development clubs like the MKU tourism Association(MKUTA) which was launched by the department of travel and tourism.You can further engage your self in aerobic activities at our gymnasium.Students are also encouraged to come forward and present any other activity that will make MKU a home away from home and help them to perform better academically.
MKU student are represented by MKUSA (Mount Kenya University Student Association) every campus has its own representatives.Below is a photo with all the current MKUSA chairmen s' of year 2014.
Word from the MKUSA 2014 President Main Campus
My name is Marvin Kimathi the MKUSA 2014 President.I joined MKU in the year 2010 September intake to do a diploma in Human Resource Management. I Am currently a fourth year bachelor Purchasing and supplies student.Leadership has always been my passion and I realized it’s my God given talent to help me make the world and Kenya in particular a better place by being a servant of the people.
My race of being MKUSA President started back in 2013 when I first vied for the docket. My aim was to bring in a new leadership style of servant hood to the students. I did not succeed in the first trial but I never lost hope I vied again the following year and I won surely delay is not denial.
I am happy to be serving MKU students in my capacity as President, for been a leader in the fastest growing private university in East and Central Africa. I wish to thank our chairman the founder of MKU who is like a father to the students commonly referred to as ‘BABA’ for making us grow and for always providing opportunities like the enterprise academy to the students.
Men like him are rare in this world, we as students owe a lot to him. We recently opened an ultra modern funeral home which will facilitate the functioning of the newly launched school of medicine.
I also want to take this opportunity to thank our vice chancellor Prof. Stanley Waudo for being a good C.E.O to the university and for always minding about the general student welfare. The university now has a department only set up to deal with student affairs and I must thank the staff their headed by the DVC SWAMA Prof. Chege for doing a good job as far as the students affairs are concerned.
With those few sentiments I would like to say that am proud to be associated with MKU which is basically one big family of intellectuals, and deep down in my heart I believe that there are only two types of universities in Kenya namely: MKU AND THE REST!!!