Scholarship Application Form
Notice is hereby given for the 2015/16 University Scholarships. All the Scholarship application forms should reach the Deputy Vice Chancellor’s Academics’ Office by 30th May 2015.Read more...
Special Events week-2nd-6th March
St. Paul’s University will be having a special events week starting Monday 2nd to Friday 6th March at the University’s main campus in Limuru. The theme of the week is ‘bridging the gap: stepping into the future and the events will include a symposium on management of the ecological crisis in Kenya where the main speaker will be Aisha Karanja, the Executive Director, Greenbelt Movement. Another notable speaker is Dr. Isaac Kalua, Chairman, Green Africa Foundation. The symposium will provide an opportunity for Scholars in various fields, Church leaders, and partners to meet and discuss issues of environment with one of the key persons working for in the sector.
The same day will see one of the biggest names attend a Nijenge Kenya chat. These will include PLO Lumumba, Mary Njoki, Dennis Okari, Mohammed Ali, Ruth Matete, DJ Soxxy, Adwanage band, hopekid.
The aim of the events is to educate the students on various issues affecting the world today while having them show case their talents through exhibitions and entertainment.
See the Programme attached here
SPU's CCMRE holds workshop on Peacemaking and Reconciliation
SPU's Centre for Christian-Muslim Relations in Eastleigh (CCMRE) will hold a one week workshop ( from 21st -25th July 2014) ,on the theme of " Being a people of God in an "insecure" Interfaith Context. The event will take place both in Eastleigh and at SPU.Read more...