Hostel life is considered as an informal education by the University of Nairobi. The out-of-class experience provides an environment favourable for self-learning and maximizes opportunities for social, cultural and extra-curricular involvement. The personal development of students could also be nurtured and supported through living in a community environment. Residents can learn and experiment with developing habits of mind and body that contribute to a healthy lifestyle, Hence the need to keep a healthy environment.
DVC Academic Affairs, Prof Henry Mutoro gives his speech during the opening ceremony of the workshop. Looking on are Prof Digolo, Director CEPA, Prof Aduda, Principal CBPS and Dr. Inyega, Deputy Director CEPA.
The Audit team led by Dr. Joyce Mokamba (Lead Auditor), Mrs. Agneta Okoba and Mrs. Elizabeth Kisilu at the opening meeting at QC Boardroom
College of Education and External Studies on Monday 13th June 2016 were audited by a team from the Kenya Bureau of Standards (KEBS). The scope of the audit was provision of Higher Education and criteria: