Student Government

Students enrolled at the University are encouraged to be a part of the Student Government. Students seeking elected offices (President, Vice President, Secretary General, and Financial Secretary) positions, must have 3.0 GPA and satisfy several other requirements (see Student Handbook).

Campus Based Organizations

The University encourages our students to engage in clubs, organizations, affiliations , and other meaningful programs that will enhance their educational experience. All Campus Based Organizations are required to register with the Office of Students’ Affairs, and be credentialed in order to operate on campus.


Students at the University are allowed to participate in sporting activities. The Director of Sports oversees the program and participating students must demonstrate competence, commitment, high ethical behavior, and scholarship. Interested students may contact the Office of the Dean of Students’ Affairs.


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Vision: The vision/goal of the University is to prepare a new generation of men and women schooled on the African continent to build nations that are spiritually, socially, economically and politically independent and self-sustaining.

Mission: The mission of the University is to provide quality education within a Pan African context through which persons can acquire general professional knowledge and skills within the framework of Christian values and ethics.



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