University of Nairobi UoN Orientation Programme 2021/2022

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University of Nairobi UoN Orientation Programme of First-Year Students 2021/2022 Academic Year – CAE, CAVS, CBPS, CEES, CHS, CHSS & ODeL.

University of Nairobi UoN Orientation Programme

The University of Nairobi (UON) wishes to take this early opportunity to congratulate and welcome all the students who have been selected for the various degree programmes at the premier university, the University of Nairobi for 2021/2022 academic year.

Students are invited to a virtual address on the Microsoft Teams video conference platform. Students joining the University are encouraged to attend this live event as key information will be shared during student address.

To join the event:

Ensure you have internet access and laptop/desktop or smartphone.

Install Microsoft teams meeting application or alternatively join via any internet browser i.e chrome, opera Firefox, and safari.

You can participate during this live session by posting questions on the platform using the Q&A chat facility

Please join early by clicking on this link: STUDENT LINK 

In order to give each one of you time to settle down and adjust to the (new) life with ease, the University of Nairobi has dedicated one week of orientation into the various aspects that would form part of your lifestyle for the period of stay at the university.

The orientation of new students joining the University is done in order to,inter alia:-

  1. Acquaint the students with the University policies and procedures.
  2. Help the students adjust to the new life at the University
  3. Introduce the students to Senior Officials of the University
  4. Familiarize the students with the facilities and amenities available in the University, which include but not limited to:-

a) Academic facilities such as; Libraries, Lecture Theatres, Laboratories, Bookstore etc.

b) Welfare facilities such as medical, counseling, accommodation, catering and games

c) Social activities, clubs and societies

The orientation will be to a large extent college-based. Thus, students will be exposed in detail to the facilities in their respective colleges and campuses, and in general to those of the entire University.

In case you have any challenges contact the help desk: HELP DESK

Click HERE to download Orientation Information

The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Stephen Kiama will address first years virtually on Thursday, 3rd September at 9 amVC’s Address programme

Students who may face difficulties in locating the registration links should get in touch with the office of the Academic Registrar, Director Graduate School, the respective College Registrars or Dean of Students/Assistant Deans of Students on the contacts shown below:

Academic Registrar


Deputy Registrar (Admissions) 020 491 3065/ 3066/3199/3027/3067/3196;

Director Graduate School Deputy Director Admissions 0204913128/3129/8030/8032

College of Agriculture and Veterinary Services (CAVS) College Registrar 0731603475;

College of Architecture and Engineering (CAE) College Registrar 0721257746
College of Biological and Physical Sciences (CBPS) College Registrar 0202139244; 0775239244




College of Education and External Studies (CEES) College Registrar:

Kikuyu Campus

Kenya Science Campus

0703634415; 0202527161

College of Health Sciences (CHS) College Registrar 2726300 ext 43003
College of Humanities and Social Sciences (CHSS) College Registrar 0204913227/3235
ODEL College Registrar 0204918039

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