Kabarnet Campus

Kisii University Karbanet Campus is strategically located in the centre of Kabarnet Town. The campus plays a major role in increasing access to quality affordable education. Through research and outreach programs the campus hopes to spur the economic, social and cultural development in the larger Rift region.

Academic Programmes:

The curriculum offered is approved by Kisii University Senate and taught by Senate approved lecturers; the examinations are set, administered, moderated and processed by the University.

Mode of Study: 
Full time/Evening/Weekend/School-Based (School Holidays).
 
Learning System followed: 
Trimester (3 Semesters in a calendar year). 
 
Intakes:  
(a) Regular: January/ May/September    
(b) School Based: April/August/ December
 
Application procedure:
Application forms are obtained from:
Kabarnet Campus situated at Kipyekwei Customer Plaza, Kabartonjo Road, Kabarnet Town. 
 
Kindly pick application forms from our admission office. You can as well call or sms your Name, Address, Grade and Course to: 0722 307 675

Bank Details: 
Account Name:      Kisii University 
Bank:                     Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB)
Account Number: 1156371716.  
Branch:      Kisii Branch

Contacts: 0722 307 675
Email: info@kisiiuniversity.ac.ke

Upcoming Events

UPCOMING PUBLIC LECTURE

Kisii University Kericho Campus, through the office of Research and Extension is pleased to host Prof. Tumi Khumalo, Associate Professor of Psychology from North-West University in South Africa.

Prof. Khumalo will present a public lecture on the Principles of and Relevance of Positive Psychology in Africa which will be held on 25th March, 2017 at the Main Campus, Old Moot Court.

His research, in the broad field of Positive Psychology, focuses on measurement and psychometric properties, understanding and promoting youth well-being, as well as cross-cultural studies in Positive Psychology. He is also a co-editor of a research-informed South African teaching textbook on Positive Psychology entitled “Towards flourishing: Contextualizing positive psychology”.

In 2013, He joined Optentia Research Focus Area (NWU, VTC) as a researcher and Associate Professor. Currently he leads the Psycho-social well-being and communal thriving sub-programme in Optentia. Researchers in this subprogram are interested in value-adding research that focuses on understanding, measuring, and promoting psychosocial well-being among youth and adults in the various life domains. His students’ work focuses on cross-cultural adaptation of psychological conceptual and operational models, and quantitative correlational studies. The specific areas of interest include VIA strengths and virtues, meaning in life, eudaimonic well-being, basic psychological needs, as well as self-efficacy and hope.

 

 

No upcoming workshop