Kenyatta University has released a circular with information to all continuing students concerning details of the planned phased school reopening.
The university says the re-opening of the University to complete the Second Semester/Trimester 2019/2020 will take place in two phases.
- PHASE ONE
The 1st & 4th Year, Certificate, Diploma, Postgraduate students and all students in the Schools of Architecture, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy Engineering and Technology, and B. Sc. (Food Nutrition & Dietetics).
Reporting Date: 16th October 2020.
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES IN PHASE ONE
19th – 23rd October: Completion of teaching, CATS, and practical examinations.
26th Oct – 6th November: Examinations for 1st, 4th Undergraduate, Certificate, Diploma, Postgraduate students.
19th Oct – 6th November: Continuing students from the Schools of Architecture, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy Engineering and Technology, and B. Sc. (Food Nutrition & Dietetics) students to continue with learning activities.
Digital School of Virtual and Open Learning (DSVOL) Students
17th & 18th October: CATS for Postgraduate students
19th October: Collection of Examination Cards
21st – 26th October: Examinations for all DSVOL students at their respective DSVOL centers.
- PHASE TWO
2nd & 3rd Years Students
Reporting Date: 7th – 8th November
ACADEMIC ACTIVITIES IN PHASE TWO
9th – 13th November: Completion of teaching, CATS, and practical examinations for 2nd and 3rd Years.
16th – 27th November: Examinations for 2nd and 3rd Years and Continuing students from the Schools of Architecture, Law, Medicine, Nursing, Pharmacy Engineering and Technology and B. Sc. (Food Nutrition & Dietetics)
Continuing Education Programme (CEP) Students
28th – 29th November: Reporting Date
30th November: Collection of Examination of Cards
1st – 3rd December: 2nd Trimester Examination for all CEP students
4th December: Commencement of 3rd Trimester 2019/2020 face-to-face session.
The university has also outlined mandatory requirements that students will have to adhere to as part of the measures to curb the spread of Covid-19 as directed by the University and the Ministry of Health.
All Students will be required to report with at least two (2) reusable/washable face masks and ensure the wearing the same at all times.
Each student will also be required to sign to abide by the Health and Safety Rules and Regulations.