Following the 15th Presidential address on the Corona Virus Pandemic, Senate at its 521st special meeting held on 27th March 2021 resolved as follows:
- On-going physical learning has been suspended for students in Njoro and Nakuru Town Campuses until further notice. Completion of learning will be conducted on-line.
- Examinations will continue as earlier scheduled, i.e. from 5th – 9th April 2021 (Continuous Assessment Tests) and 12th to 23rd April 2021 (end of semester examinations) except for students undertaking medical programmes.
- Learning activities for students undertaking medical programmes remains as earlier scheduled.
- Examinations for Military Science are suspended until further notice.
- Reporting and learning for Part-time (formerly school-based) students has been suspended until further notice.
All students are advised to keep checking the University website regularly for updates and observe precautionary measures as per the Ministry of Health regulations during this period.
The University of Nairobi has also suspended learning activities. In a tweet, the university noted that all recreational facilities including Members Clubs are suspended until further notice. Restaurants and eateries in the University premises shall remain closed unless they have capacity to provide takeaway services ONLY.
The VC has also noted that all members of staff will continue to work from home from with effect from Monday 29th March 2021, subject to appropriate work plans, work schedules and targets as managed by heads of departments.
Students are required to vacate the halls of residence with effect from 4:00 PM today and not later than Sunday, 28th March by 10.00am except those in the college of health sciences.