Main Campus Taifa Hall
The discussions come in the wake of rising insecurity incidences in the country and the university as well.
During the discussions, the University management presented a comprehensive and integrated work plan that will address students’ security and safety while on campus. Recommendations on how to address some of the pressing issues were made. Among the issues addressed include hooliganism, SONU electioneering process, student disciplinary process, rules and regulations governing accommodation in the halls of residence, student mentorship and security.
Speaking during the event, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Peter Mbithi assured the students and staff of his commitment to lasting security and safety. He called on the University Community to be vigilant in matters security. He revealed that the University management is engaging both students and staff on issues of security and safety. A number of security measures have been put in place to ensure staff and students safety, key among them include scanning of staff and students while entering campus, perimeter security, CCTV installation at various key points, among others.
While presenting the work plan, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor, Student Affairs,Prof. Isaac Mbeche, said that student security and safety is a priority for the University management. He said that the Dean of Students Office, Student Welfare Authority and Security Department will make monthly reports on student issues.During the forum, the student leaders present were delegated to form a committee that will present student issues to the management.