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Administrative offices


This is the office of the Chief Executive Officer of the University and it oversees all the administrative and academic matters, Corporate Communication, Internal Auditing, Information and Communication Technology (ICT), Anti-Corruption and Guidance and Security and Safety functions.

The office is currently being held by Prof. Isaac S. Kosgey.


The office of Deputy Vice Chancellor (Academics, Research and Extension (A, R & E)) is responsible for all academic matters, research, and extension and outreach functions of the University. Academic matters include: admission of undergraduate and postgraduate students, examinations, graduations and convocations, Senate matters and students’ records. The Research and Extension division coordinates all research and extension activities and manages the commercialization of research findings including Intellectual Property Rights involved in research and extension.

The following directorates fall under the office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (A, R & E): Institute of Gender Research and Development (IGERD), Institute of Open and Distance Learning (IODL), The Kenya Television Service (KTS) and the International Programmes, Linkages & Alumni (IPLA). The Deputy Vice Chancellor (A, R & E) is assisted by the heads of these sections in ensuring efficient delivery of services. 

On a day to day running of the Office, Deputy Vice Chancellor (A, R & E) is assisted by the Registrar - Academics, Research and Extension in managing the affairs of the division.

The office is currently being held by Prof. Isaac N. Kimengi.


The office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Student Affairs) coordinates departments and units responsible for student welfare matters comprising: academic and social counseling, on-campus work study programme, chaplaincy, career guidance, oversight of students’ elections, orientation, leadership training, games and sports, alumni, accommodation, hostels, catering services and student disciplinary. The division has recently managed to automate student accommodation booking and is striving to ensure that there is continuous improvement in students’ welfare matters through automation.
On day-to -day basis, the Deputy Vice Chancellor – Students Affairs is assisted by Registrar - Students Affairs and the Dean of Students in managing the affairs of the division.

The office is currently being held by Prof. Nathan O. Ogechi.


The office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor (Administration, Planning and Development (A, P & D)) is responsible for the administration, planning and development functions in the University; create conducive environment for all stakeholders (Staff, Students and Outsiders) so as to achieve their goals and to enable the University achieve its Mission and Objectives. It hosts the following departments: Personnel, Recruitment and Training, the Central Services, Health Services, Estates, Transport, Legal Office, University Farm and the Innovation Firm. On a day-to-day basis, the Deputy Vice Chancellor Administration, Planning and Development is assisted by three Registrars (Human Resource, Planning and Development, Administration) in managing the affairs of the Division.


The Deputy Vice Chancellor – Finance is the Head of Finance Division and acts on behalf of the Vice-Chancellor in managing the financial related resources of the University. The Division implements the policies, procedures and directives issued by the University authorities (Council and Management) from time to time. These policies are binding and impact on all the University activities. Finance Division consists of the following departments: Finance, Procurement and Internal Audit. On a day-to-day basis, the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Finance is assisted by the Finance Officer in managing the affairs of the Division.

The office is currently being held by Prof. Daniel K. Tarus.



The College of Health Sciences (CHS), Moi University is located in Eldoret town next to and within the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH). It was established as the first College Campus of Moi University on September 20, 2011. The establishment of the College of Health Sciences is in line with the Moi University strategic plan of 2005-2015.
The College started as a Faculty of Health Sciences in 1989 and the first cohort of 40 students was admitted in 1990. The College has experienced phenomenal growth from its initial one faculty to a total of four Schools (Schools of Medicine, Public Health, Dentistry and Nursing). It has a student population of over 2,000 with a staff of over 500 (both teaching and non-teaching). The College offers both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes including doctorate degrees. 

       25 years of achievements
On December 1, 2015, the College of Health Sciences celebrated 25 years of achievements in the spheres of academic growth and infrastructural development. The celebrations marked a great milestone for Moi University and the College of Health Sciences. The contribution of the College to the society has been felt since 1989. The graduates from the College have earned it a name as the medical university with repute because of the state of the art medical programmes that are recognized in the region and world over.
The College has entered into important collaborations with distinguished International partner institutions that have offered practical experience and exposure to medical students. These institutions have offered research, teaching, outreach and extension opportunities to the students of the College of Health Sciences in a way that has complimented the teaching models used in the College.
The College has the state of the art diagnostic and teaching labs that have been augmented by the expanded facilities of Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital (MTRH). Over the years, there has been continuous modernization of specialized equipment that is considered critical for training health sector manpower resources. Visit the website.

Odera Akang’o campus was established in August 2008. The first batch of students was admitted on September the same year. Currently, it runs programmes from Moi University’s various schools. This is in line with the Kenya Vision 2030 which emphasizes job creation and industrial growth through exploitation of national skills and human resources. The Campus has two types of modules for teaching undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. The fulltime students are taught during the day from Monday to Friday while the working class who have a fixed schedule during week days, are taught during the weekends. At the same time, the school-based programme designed for teachers, is conducted from mid-November, December, April and August when the schools are on vacation. Visit the Webpage

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The Campus was started in December 2008 with 65 students in the School of Business and Economics, Human Resource Development, Information Sciences, School of Arts and Social Sciences and the School of Education. Student population now stands at over 900 and this number is growing rapidly. Visit the webpage

Moi University Kitale Campus (formerly, St. Josephine Bakhita Formation Centre) is located about 118km west of the Main Campus in Eldoret; 82 km from Eldoret Town and 8km from Kitale Municipality on the Kitale-Kapenguria-Lodwar Road. It is a Satellite Campus which was established in 2006, first at the premises of NOREC 3km from Kitale Municipality on the Kitale-Cherangani Road, with four participating Schools including the Schools of Education, Business and Economics, Arts and Social Sciences. Visit the webpage

Nairobi Satellite Campus was launched on November 14, 2005. Since its inception, the Campus has witnessed tremendous expansion characterized by an overall increase in registration of undergraduates, Diploma and post-graduates students. The Campus is located at Bazaar Plaza at the junction of Biashara Street, Tubman Road and Moi Avenue. The Campus is centrally located in the business district of Nairobi and offers a very conducive learning environment. The students are attended to by a very able academic and non-academic staff. Visit the website


IGERD was launched on November 5, 2003, a move that fulfilled one of the objectives set out by the Presidential Working Party on the establishment of Moi University contained in the Mackay Report of 1984. Establishment of IGERD also came at a time when the world is focusing on the issue of gender and development with a clearer vision and commitment. The clarity was articulated at the UN Millennium Summit in 2000 where discussions outlined the Millennium Development Goals (MDG). The gender mainstreaming plan is clearly articulated in the University Strategic Plan (2005-2015). In 2005, the University committed itself to enhance gender balance and equity in staff recruitment and promotion, student enrollment and in the overall University policy decision-making processes. IGERD is therefore mandated to spearhead gender parity and related issues. Visit the website

The government of Kenya has been consistent in advocating the need to diversify the revenue base of the nation by strengthening the real sector. While governments provide the macroeconomic enabling environment for industries to grow, the private sector operators, Moi University included, also seeks opportunities to earn income and satisfaction, in their global competitiveness in a knowledge-based and information-driven world. In its quest to adopt an expanded and practical approach in enhancing socio-economic and political impact in society, Moi University has rolled out the Institute of Entrepreneurship & Development studies (IEDS) The vision of the Institute is to be the foremost Institute in Entrepreneurship Development in Africa with the mission of generating empowered citizenry through entrepreneurship and Development Studies, which is aimed at pursuing objectives such as contributing to the understanding of the development processes and problems; conducting studies on problems of the marginalized sections and the hinterland; addressing population, environment and sustainable livelihoods issues;  enabling effective practices for development in institutions of governance; adopting a multi-disciplinary approach in research and fundraising activities; and providing a forum for different stakeholders to discuss various entrepreneurial and developmental issues.

IEDS has been established as a leading global unit for research and training expected to grow to become an institute of excellence, focussing on Entrepreneurship & Development, Re-skilling of Artisan, Socio-economic Research (impact, development), Youth and Women Entrepreneurship, Entrepreneurial Revolution; and the specifics such as how to become a successful entrepreneur; and how to fund a successful enterprise. The Institute shall have an excellent reputation of assisting potential and existing entrepreneurs, entrepreneurship government - driven establishment and other institutions, to build their capacities for optimal performance
The IEDS encourages the pursuance of multidisciplinary research agendas and highlights the macro environment, planning processes and strategies including their socio-economic dimensions, and attempts to make interventions through researches, dialogues, public lectures, and projects, specifically concerned with regional issues relating to the Eastern, Central and Southern Africa. In its operations the Institute aims to promote; teaching, training, consultancy, research, and change of scholarship and information dissemination to all stakeholders through workshops, conferences, public lectures and publications. The Institute adopts a multidisciplinary and dynamic approach to research on topics related to entrepreneurship & development.
It endeavors to establish partnerships with the national government, County governments, other parastatal organizations, the private sector, and a wide range of non-governmental organizations and members of the civil society for furthering its objectives. The institute provides a suitable forum for voicing concerns related to entrepreneurial & public policy on socio-economic issues in Kenya and the regions of Africa. Additionally, the institute conducts training programmes for capacity building among several stakeholders in the development sphere. It endeavours to offer services including Entrepreneurship/Business Development (BDS), Business Support Services (BSS), Opportunity Hub, Financial Education, and so on. The programmes offered include, Entrepreneurship Short training Programmes (duration, course overview, course content, special features, expected participants/target groups/Eligibility, course fee), Entrepreneurship Education Delivery Training Workshops, Campus-Based Entrepreneurship Development Training Workshop, Long Vacation-On campus Entrepreneurship Development Training Programme, Fundable Proposal Writing, Resource Mobilization Projects, among others. The Institute has a pool of associate experts in various fields as approved by university senate, drawn from a broad spectrum of specializations from within the university and its affiliated institutes and centres.

World-wide trends in education, including education for all and lifelong learning continue to emphasize flexible approaches that accommodate changing learner profiles and learning environments.  In line with the global and national strategies, Moi University has already established the Institute of Open and Distance Learning (IODL) to facilitate the integration and implementation of Open and Distance Learning, e-learning and blended approaches in order to expand access to education. Visit the website

The Directorate of Corporate Communication is mandated to protect and continuously improve the University image and ensure harmonious interaction of employees and the public besides ensuring a smooth and accurate flow of information. The Directorate comprises a Director and a Public Relations Officer who are mandated by Management to run its affairs

Global concerns about how to maintain quality control is an environment that increasingly puts acute pressure on the traditional modes of teaching, research, learning and management albeit diminishing resources have forced most Universities, including ours, to adopt formal, transparent and credible systems of quality assurance with external verification of outcomes and processes.
The mission of the Directorate is to promote confidence in the teaching, research and outreach services of the University and that the quality of awards of Moi University are safeguarded, enhanced and effectively managed. Only then can our graduates function in the knowledge-based economy of the 21st century, contribute to the urgings of Vision 2030 and above all remain globally competitive.

In-line with Moi University’s Strategic Plan (2010-2015), a major goal of the centre is to provide efficient and effective service to the end-user community at the University with regard to processing of information and communication. Towards this end, we at the centre carry out a number of activities including database management and end-user training. The ICT services include: network design/implementation, maintenance and technical training. visit website

The International Office was established in 2001 as International Liaison Office, and later on given the status of Directorate of International Office Programmes in 2002. In 2008, the office was changed and named International Office (IO).  The international Office (IO) is responsible for the recruitment, admissions, visa processing, medical insurance and welfare of all Non-Kenyan students and staff. It also coordinates international student exchange programmes and articulates agreements with foreign institutions. The IO also coordinates Cultural Days and events for International Students annually, and recognizes the presence of international students’ alumni/scholars/staff in the University. visit the website

The Directorate of Research is responsible for among others ensuring that research undertaken is per University and government research priority areas: research results of projects are done as per Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) policy and research; organizes international conferences, inaugural and public lectures.

Innovations Firm Limited is a wholly-owned company of Moi University incorporated under the laws of Kenya in November 2010.
The Company has a wide mandate that includes undertaking agri-business, manufacturing, hospitality, training, research, consultancy and any other business or activity which may seem capable of being conveniently and profitably carried out. The Company is currently engaged in farming, air train, consultancy, research and development.

Kenya Television Service was launched on December 1, 2014. It is a national television channel owned and run by Moi University as an outreach facility to the population. It is a pioneering initiative not only in Kenya, but in the Eastern and Central African region. The channel is expected to develop into an exciting research and discourse examination platform by scholars. Kenya Television Service also focuses on producing programs that address the challenges in the society and their solutions on the national change frontier. Visit the website

PSSP was launched in October 1998. It is an educational service by Moi University  through  which  any  Kenyan  is  able  to  pursue  university  education  at  an  affordable  rate  compared  to  the  cost  of  similar  studies  abroad. The programme  aims  at  providing  opportunities  to  secondary  school graduates who obtain a minimum grade of C+ at the  Kenya Certificate of Secondary School (KCSE) but are not admitted by the Kenya Universities and Colleges  Central  Placement  Services  because  of  the  limited capacities into public universities. The attendant effect of this is that only about 10, 000 students are offered admission while many other members of the public who would like to further their education have been given an opportunity through this programme. The programme provides many opportunities to thousands of Kenyans to study locally thus enabling the country save a lot of money in foreign currency to foreign universities. Currently, there are about 26,000 students enrolled in PSSP from all the schools in the University.


This School was established in 2009. It is located at the Rivatex East Africa Ltd Compound, a facility of Moi University, along Eldoret - Kapsabet road.
Currently, the school is proud to be the first in East and Central Africa to train students in Aerospace Sciences. The school has been inspected by Kenya Civil Aviation Authority (KCAA) for registration as an Aviation Training Organization (ATO). The school has collaborations with East African School of Aviation (EASA) and Oklahoma State University. Visit the website

School of Agriculture and Natural Resources was re-established in 2014 in Moi University following the elevation of Chepkoilel Campus to a University College. The school has mounted academic programmes that are market-driven and solution oriented to the industry. The school provides a foundation that enables students to engage in scientific, societal, psychological and political dimensions of agriculture and environmental change. Further, the focus on solutions in Agricultural Sustainability with its orientation towards applied learning help students develop critical thinking and problem solving skills towards challenges posed by climate change. The school provides students with a broad insight into the energy systems, natural resources and agricultural sustainability issues affecting farmers in the developing countries, backed up by detailed expertise in key areas. visit the website 

The School of Arts and Social Sciences was established in 1987. The establishment of the School at Moi University was the concretization of a long process of conceptualization, planning and implementation of the general objectives of the second public university in Kenya. Since its establishment, the School has been responsible for preparing candidates for the award of Bachelor of Arts (BA) related degrees. Visit the website

The school of Business and Economics began as a degree programme of Bachelor of Arts in Technology and Management Studies (TMS) in the Faculty of Social Cultural and Development Studies in the Department of Economics in 1990. By 2000, the School had approximately 80 students and 8 academic staff members but today it has experienced massive expansion with over 9066 students and over 100 academic staff members. The school is highly competitive and attracts excellent students from across Kenya and internationally. Visit the website

The School of Biological and Physical Sciences was founded in 2011 in Moi University following the elevation of Chepkoilel Campus to the status of a University College. This created need to establish a science school at the main campus that would offer science programmes at the same time servicing the other schools that offer science courses in Moi University. The School offers postgraduate and degree courses. visit the website

Initially, Dental Health was part of the Department of Surgery and Traumatology in the then Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS). Thereafter, an independent department was formed in 1996 and mandated to prepare the groundwork for the start of the School of Dentistry as it continued to participate in the teaching of Medical and Nursing students in the school. The School of Dentistry (SOD) is now a full-fledged school under the College of Health Sciences. The program is integrated and designed to provide diverse range of academic basics, biomedical and clinical sciences and practices that are necessary to develop knowledgeable, skillful and competent graduates, who are able to share the responsibility of the oral health welfare of the public, provide effective and safe oral health care based on ethical foundations and have an internal motive to achieve continuous professional development. visit the website

The School of Education at Moi University started in 1987 with a single undergraduate degree programme; Bachelor of Education (Arts). Over the years, the School has grown to accommodate Courses at undergraduate, Diploma, postgraduate, Masters and Doctorate level spread over Moi University Campuses. The mandate of the School is to train effective teachers for the schools and tertiary institutions. visit the website

The School of Engineering was founded in 1986 as one of the pioneer faculties of Moi University. The School started off with two departments: Electrical & Communications Technology, and Production Technology. In 1991, four more departments were introduced, namely: Civil and Structural Engineering; Chemical and Process Engineering; Textile Engineering; Computer and Instrumentation Centre. All our engineering programs have Integrated Privately Sponsored student Programs (PSSP) with the Government Sponsored Students (GSSP). visit the website

The School of Information Sciences was established in 1988 to meet the growing need for information-related manpower in Kenya. Until its establishment, people aspiring to pursue programmes such as records management, archives management, library training, publishing and informatics had no option but to do it outside the country.  The problem with this arrangement was that an external programme was not only costly both to the individuals and the government or sponsor, but also totally irrelevant to the manpower needs of Kenya and much of the African region. visit the website

In July 1994, Moi University, in concert with the clarion call of the Mackay Report of 1981, established a Faculty of Law, which later matured into a School.  The objective behind the establishment was to promote “social justice” and expand educational opportunities for Kenyans. The first groups of students were admitted in September of the same year, with a teaching staff establishment of three. Since then, the school’s population has risen to over 1600. The school is situated only 5 km from Eldoret town along the Eldoret-Nakuru highway, it is easily accessible to students from across the Eastern Africa region.
Today, the School is proud of being the first School of Law in the country to adopt a clinical approach to the teaching of law.  Students are exposed to a more practical teaching methodology. This is mainly through actively participating in simulations, moot courts competitions both locally and internationally, together with clinical externships and seminars.  visit the website

The school was started in 1988 as the second medical school in Kenya as a Faculty of Health Sciences, with the first group of students being admitted in 1990. The Faculty of Health Sciences was divided into School of Public Health (SPH) and School of Medicine (SOM) in July 2005 in accordance with the University strategic plan of 2005-2015. The School was later to give birth to School of Dentistry (SOD) and most recently School of Nursing (SON). These developments have left SOM with three (3) undergraduate and 13 postgraduate programmes. The philosophy of the School entails training health professionals in the context of the community in which they will later practice. It encourages the student to acquire the important skills of self-directed learning, problem solving and effective communication. In addition, the School emphasizes not only curative, hospital-based Medicine, but also prevention of disease and promotion of good health through its community oriented approach.  visit the website

The School of Nursing was launched in August 2011 under the auspices of the College of Health Sciences. The school started as a department of Nursing in the Faculty of Health Sciences in 1998 with 20 students in BSc. Nursing. Master of Science in Nursing (MSc. N) in Maternal and Neonatal Health was introduced in September 2006 and has graduated 10 students to date. This is the second postgraduate nursing (MSc.N) in Kenya. visit the website

This School is responsible for among others ensuring that student admissions are vetted, research proposals, board of examiners and supervisors are maintained as per the policies and provides information on post graduate programmes to potential students nationally and internationally, in conjunction with the International programmes Office. Visit the website

The School of Public Health (SPH) was established in 1998 in recognition of the need for training high level manpower in Public Health. The training programmes of the School have been developed to meet the University's mission of producing skilled and practical health professionals who will contribute towards the realization of the country's national goals laid out in vision 2030. The School collaborates with a number of organizations locally and internationally including: SIDA, AMREF, DAAD, MTRH, Red Cross, Indiana University, Ministry of Health and World Health Organization, VLIR, International Rescue Committees and the Boston School of Field Studies. visit the website

The school was created in October 2012 out of School of Business & Economics. The school one of the largest and most comprehensive of tourism and hospitality management schools in Kenya and to a large extent, the East African region.  It aims at offering insights into the real-world problems and issues confronting the tourism industry and; the travel and tour operations, hotel & hospitality and event management sectors, in particular, at the local, regional and international level. visit the website

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