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The Vice Chancellor of the university, Prof Joseph Kinanee, made this known during the seventh Matriculation Ceremony of the institution which took place on Thursday March 10, 2016 at the university auditorium.
Kinanee stated that 541 of the new students were admitted into the Faculty of Business studies, 280 into the Faculty of Education, 569 into the faculty of Humanities, 553 into the faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences while Faculty of Social Sciences, Vocational and Technical Education had 552 and 135 admitted students respectively.
He said about 12 per cent were admitted through Direct Entry while another significant percentage came into the part-time programme.
The VC also announced a reward of laptop computers to seven final year students who consistently performed creditably in the past three years, with a cumulative grade point average of 4.4 and above.
He said the gesture was to motivate and encourage outstanding performances and to also instill the spirit of studentship and competencies among fresh students.