Friday, 26 May 2017

University Council tours Main and CBD campuses

Council members after visiting a four story complex that will provide additional teaching space and offices. This was during the inspection of the progress of various ongoing infrastructural projects by Council Members on Wednesday, November 2nd 2016. Council members after visiting a four story complex that will provide additional teaching space and offices. This was during the inspection of the progress of various ongoing infrastructural projects by Council Members on Wednesday, November 2nd 2016.

 

Multimedia University of Kenya Council members conducted a one-day tour of both the Main and Nairobi CBD campuses to inspect the progress of various ongoing infrastructural projects.


The council started their tour at the CBD Campus which was recently relocated to Uniafric House 4th Floor to accommodate the growing number of students seeking higher education, and to offer a spacious, accessible and conducive environment for learning.


Speaking after touring the campus, Chairman of Council Dr. Herbet Misigo lauded the management for their efforts in acquiring the facility saying that the campus stands a chance of becoming the best due to its strategic location.


He said that the council will continue to support the infrastructural projects at the campus for the provision of quality training and therefore urged staff members to work together in ensuring that there is growth in student numbers.


At the main campus, the council inspected the university’s phase one perimeter wall that covers a stretch of 1.6 km intended to enhance security within the institution.

CBD

Council members tour the CBD Campus Library during the inspection of the progress of various ongoing infrastructural projects on Wednesday, 2nd November 2016.

 

The delegation also toured the four story complex that will provide additional teaching space by accommodating a capacity of 200 students.


Other projects visited by the council are the state-of-the-art hotel rooms, the main gate structure and the university security building among others.


The tour was meant to assess the progress of various ongoing infrastructural projects within the university and also to enable the council to understand challenges faced by various units and departments for planning purposes.

 

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