UCU unveils Kampala Campus land


By Ivan Tsebeni

Our sense of identity is determined by a number of factors, but an address is one of the most important ways of telling our physical environment.

On April 18, the Uganda Christian University (UCU) Deputy Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs, Rev. Dr. John Kitayimbwa, unveiled the two and half acre piece of land which will house Kampala Campus.

This was during a Thanksgiving Service organized by the Guild government in partnership with varsity's top management to celebrate Kampala Campus’ milestones.

"We bought two and a half acres of land, and it is befitting to thank God for His provision," Kitayimbwa said.

He added that construction would start in May 2021 and is expected to end in September 2021.

Kitayimbwa said that Kampala campus shall be a strategic learning point for professional and proposed postgraduate campus.

The Director Kampala Campus, Dr Godwin Awio, appreciated the University council for making a decision to relocate the campus to its new home.

The Director of Students Affairs, Bridget Mugasira Mugume, said that Kampala Campus has registered remarkable growth and it should aim at strengthening the gains.

The Guild President, Phoebe Namujehe, added that the project is a blessing to the students because they have been missing identity and a permanent address.



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