Currently, the Higher Education Loans Board (HELB) awards loans and bursaries. Students are expected to collect application Loans/bursaries forms from their respective District Commissioners Officer or at the University College depending on the arrangements.
Students seeking a loan should apply directly to HELB. It is the prerogative of HELB to consider the amount of money to give each student depending on the information given in the form. The University College has no part to play in the issuing of loans and bursaries. No student will be registered unless he/she completes fee payments for the current and previous semesters. It is the University College policy that students pay full amount of fees as required before they are registered on the first day of reporting. Students are required to register in person at the beginning of the date designated in the calendar for the academic year. No student will be registered two weeks after commencement of the semester.
Caution Money Caution money is intended for any damage, losses and breakages of University College property. Currently, a student is required to pay Kshs. 2, 000 at the first registration. This money should remain throughout the students’ academic life and is refunded upon producing a clearance certificate at the end of the academic period or on discontinuation of studies.