In a resounding demonstration of their commitment to excellence and innovation in higher education, the Kenya Association of Private Universities (KAPU), chaired by Rev. Prof. Stephen Mbugua Ngari, Vice-Chancellor of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa, convened today, August 17, 2023, for their Annual General Meeting (AGM) at the prestigious Kabarak University, received by the Vice-Chancellor Prof. Henry Kiplangat. The gathering marked a significant milestone in the collaborative efforts of private institutions dedicated to providing high-quality tertiary education across Kenya.
In a heartwarming display of unity and collaboration, The Most Rev. Dr. Jackson Ole Sapit, the esteemed 6th Archbishop of the Anglican Church of Kenya (ACK), paid a gracious courtesy call to Prof. Henry Kiplangat, the Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University. The serene setting of Prof. Kiplangat's beautiful office provided the backdrop for a meaningful conversation between these two prominent figures, symbolizing the convergence of spirituality and education.
In a dynamic display of leadership and vision, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, the esteemed Vice-Chancellor of Kabarak University, captivated a packed audience at the sprawling Kabarak University convocation hall with his insightful address. The gathering, comprising faculty members, and staff, were treated to a comprehensive overview of the university's recent strides, upcoming initiatives, and innovative strategies geared toward enhancing the institution's academic prowess and overall impact.
In a harmonious convergence of academia and spirituality, Kabarak University proudly played host to distinguished members of the Africa Brotherhood Church during a momentous three-day conference. The event was graced by The Most Rev. Dr. Timothy Ndambuki, an eminent figure who serves as the Archbishop of the Africa Brotherhood Church and concurrently as the Chairman of the National Council of Churches of Kenya (NCCK). The conference served as a platform for insightful discussions, intellectual exchange, and spiritual enrichment, further solidifying Kabarak University's reputation as a hub of innovation and progress.
In a bid to further enrich its offering and provide students with world-class facilities for extracurricular activities, the university's Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, spearheaded a significant stride forward. Leading the university management, Prof. Kiplangat conducted a site visit to the ongoing construction of an ultra-modern hockey pitch. This initiative showcases the university's dedication to nurturing well-rounded individuals and creating an environment that fosters physical, social, and mental growth.
Nestled in the serene landscapes of Kenya's Rift Valley, Kabarak University has once again reaffirmed its commitment to academic excellence by hosting the prestigious Nursing Council of Kenya examinations. The university, known for its dedication to producing skilled and compassionate healthcare professionals, served as the central hub for this crucial examination that took place over the course of an entire week, skillfully coordinated by the remarkable Ms. Dorris Kibiwot.
Kabarak University extends its heartfelt congratulations to the exceptional students who have been placed at our esteemed institution through the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS). Your dedication, hard work, and commitment have brought you to this pivotal juncture in your educational journey, and we are delighted to welcome you to the Kabarak family.
Kabarak University experienced an extraordinary and spiritually uplifting event as a number of students were baptised. The occasion, held with profound reverence and celebration, symbolized the integration of faith and education at the institution. Under the watchful eyes of the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, the baptism event carried a profound message of spiritual growth and transformation for the university community.
In a riveting and impassioned interview on The Raushwa Show, Kabarak University's Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry Kiplangat, made a compelling case for why students should choose Kabarak University as their preferred institution of higher learning. Hosted by the charismatic Wilson Kamiti and featuring Kabarak University alumna Rachel Kahugu from the Department of Mass Communication, the interview shed light on the university's commitment to quality education, its numerous achievements in recent competitions, and the warm welcome extended to successful students placed by the Kenya Universities and Colleges Central Placement Service (KUCCPS).
Kabarak University celebrated the outgoing classes of 4.2's and 5.3's with a heartwarming Wednesday special chapel. The momentous occasion where students were dedicated to the Lord and commissioned to showcase to the world the transformative impact of their Kabarak experience. Led by the students themselves, the chapel featured a panel discussion moderated by the Kabarak University Chaplain, Rev. Justus Mutuku, providing valuable insights into their remarkable Kabarak journey. The Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Henry K. Kiplangat, left an indelible mark with his fatherly talk, inspiring the graduates to be the best version of themselves as they embarked on their journey beyond the university's gates.