Egerton University Suspends Reopening until Further Notice

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Egerton University

Egerton University has suspended planned reopening for face to face learning. The reopening which was to take place this coming Sunday to Tuesday has been pushed to an unknown date following a surge in Coronavirus cases.

The institution had planned in line with the Ministry of Education’s directive to conduct a phased re-opening to aid the return of face to face learning. The new development comes immediately after they allowed Final year students to report back to campus.

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Below is the Notice issued by Egerton University for the indefinite suspension of reopening for face to face learning.

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Egerton University wishes to inform the following groups of students that phased reporting which was to take place from Sunday 15th to Tuesday 17th November, 2020 has been SUSPENDED until further notice.

EGERTON UNIVERSITY NJORO CAMPUS

  1. 2018 Cohort (Y2S1)
  2. 2017 Cohort (Y3S1)
  3. 2020 Cohort (Y1S1)

NAKURU TOWN CAMPUS

  1. Faculty of Commerce (Y1S2, Y3S2)
  2. FEDCOS (Y3S2, Y2S2)
  3. FASS (Y3S2, Y3S1)
  4. 2020 Cohort (Y1S1)

EGERTON UNIVERSITY FACULTY OF LAW

  1. All continuing Faculty of Law students

Any further inquires / Clarifications may be made through;

E-mail: raca@egerton.ac.ke or telephone: +254-51-2217932, 0775071854

Prof. S.F.O. Owido

REGISTRAR (Academic Affairs)

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In other institutions however, students have been urged to report back for face to face learning as scheduled. Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology (JKUAT) for instance had their students show up for the reopening despite the surge in number of new coronavirus cases in the country.

Moi University is also in the second week of face to face learning after reopening. Students are currently sitting for examinations.

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