Kabarak University Hostel capacity stands at 2,400 beds which are categorized into Single, Two-sharing and above 4 sharing. All of which have a fixed bed and breakfast package.
The Booking Process
The hostels are available for booking at the end of every semester on a first-come-first-served basis.
There are two ways to make the booking;
a) Physical Booking
b) Online Booking

Physical Booking is convenient for continuing students that want to reserve rooms for the next semester by undertaking the following steps;
1. Deposit the room rate to any of our bank accounts or Mpesa Paybill
2. Provide the deposit slip or Mpesa message to the Student finance office where you will be issued with a receipt.
3. Provide the receipt at the Hostel booking desk for room reservation.

Online booking: For online booking follow the steps below;
1. Deposit the amount to our bank accounts or Mpesa Paybill
2. Send the deposit slip or Mpesa message to email with Name, Registration Number and the preferred hostel one needs to stay in.
3. A reservation will be made and a response sent with Hostel name and Room number.

ROOMS RATES: (per semester)

Single Occupancy – Kshs 39,000/-

Double (2 Sharing) – Kshs 33,500/-

4-Sharing – Kshs 26,000/- (Ladies hostel only)
N.b 4 sharing is fully booked for the September 2021 Semester

Day rate Single – Kshs 500/-

Day rate double – Kshs 400/-


TEL: 0773552932 EMAIL:


Branch: Nakuru
Account Name: Kabarak University
Account No: 01109663161

Branch: Nakuru
Account Name: Kabarak University
Account No: 0310294445167

Branch: Nakuru
Account Name: Kabarak University
Account No: 01129882644500

A/C NUMBER: Admissions Reference Number

The Zarepath restaurant, which is the main catering unit, provides quality, fresh and balanced diet to our students from breakfast, mid-morning, lunch, mid-afternoon and evening.
We provide a variety of meals on the main counter, buffet, choma-zone, live cooking and fruit & juice parlour; all at student friendly rates.
The student can access these meals using a pay-as-you-eat system. This involves paying cash, use of Mpesa and the Biometric self-swiping system.
*What is swiping? This is the use of the Student Registration number as an account and can be accessed using the Student ID card and the Thumb print referred to as biometric.
*How is it done?
1. First you deposit any amount to our bank accounts or Mpesa paybill
2. Provide the deposit slip or Mpesa message at the Student Finance office
3. The amount will then be loaded to your registration number account
4. The student will the proceed to the Zarepath restaurant and access the system using a two-step security process of one’s Student ID card and the Biometric Thumb print.
5. The system will display the daily menu, one will pick a desired menu then the system will generate a receipt.
6. The student will then provide the receipt at the point of sale and be served.
This Biometric swiping allows the Student and Parent to;
1. Monitor the use of funds in the account
2. Access the account statement
3. Protect the account from identity theft
4. Prevent irregular swiping
5. Reduce cost of paying with Mpesa which has transaction charges
As a guardian or parent, you can top up the account with any amount and the student will undertake the above process to load the deposited amount to his/her account.


Here is why it is important for your child to be a resident;

For this amount the parent/guardian and student enjoy value for money on the following;

  1. Unlimited Internet access for studying and recreation
  2. Safety and security of the students and the student’s belongings
  3. Access to uninterrupted water and electricity
  4. Convenient access to the University academic and recreational facilities
  5. Better time management in getting to class on time
  6. Proximity to counseling services by the Student Affairs department
  7. Zero transport expenses
  8. Free luggage storage during long holidays
  9. Strict Covid-19 adherence

And lastly Responsible Freedom; these is a major concern for us as we propagate the University motto of Education in Biblical perspective.

As young adults, University students living outside the University are prone to negative peer pressure, abuse of drugs and alcohol, class absenteeism, living in risky areas, loss of property and early pregnancies caused by informal partnerships or co-habiting.

It is our prayer that you evaluate these elements and make the best decision for these young adults in this crucial stage of their life.

Our moral code is; As members of Kabarak University, we purpose at all times and in all places to set apart in one’s heart Jesus as Lord (1st Peter 3:15)