17th Graduation Ceremony
It was a day of celebration and joy as 1,814 students graduated today during the 17th Kabarak University graduation ceremony held at the main campus.
This year’s graduation was unique in many ways; this year saw the highest number of candidates graduate in the history of the University and the first cohort of students in the Bachelor of Pharmacy program graduate. The Pharmacy students registered a 100% pass in their Pharmacy and Poisons Board Stage 1 exams.
The increase in the number of students mirrors the growth in student enrollment and the number of students who could not complete their studies in the 2019/2020 academic year due to the pandemic.
The graduands were drawn from the seven schools: School of Business & Economics, School for Science Engineering & Technology, School of Education, School of Medicine & Health Sciences, School of Law, School of Music & Performing Arts, and the School of Pharmacy.
In attendance was Prof George Magoha – Cabinet Secretary, Ministry of Education representing the Chief guest
H.E. Hon. Uhuru Kenyatta, CGH, President Of The Republic Of Kenya And Commander In Chief Of The Defence Forces, the University Chancellor Hon Senator Dr. Gideon Moi, the University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat, members of the governing council, the University management among other invited dignitaries.