The Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering and Department of Natural Resources, in conjunction with the Egerton University Students Association invites staff members and student fraternity to a tree planting event on Saturday 31 July 2021.
Egerton Engineering Students Association (EESA) in collaboration with Egerton University Students Association (EUSA) on Friday installed a dustbin in the school compound made out of recycled materials.
The Institute of Women, Gender and Development Studies (IWGDS) held the 20th annual Gender Awareness Day at Main Campus in Njoro on 18 October 2021. The day's theme was "Women in Leadership: Achieving an Equal Future in a COVID 19 World", and the Chief Guest, Dr Joyce Mutinda, Chairperson of National Gender Equality Commission, graced the occasion.
The office of the Dean of Students on 20 April conducted training of election officials at Main Campus in Njoro in preparation for the upcoming Egerton University Student Association (EUSA) elections set for 26 and 29 April 2022.
Egerton University Vice-Chancellor Prof. Isaac Kibwage, on Tuesday, 31 May 2022, presided over the swearing-in of newly elected Egerton University Student Association (EUSA) officials at Main Campus in Njoro.
It is 8.30 am Friday Morning. Egerton University is swearing in new student leaders in a ceremony witnessed by University Management, led by Vice Chancellor Prof. Isaac Kibwage, at Kilimo hall, Njoro Main Campus.
Walking through the bustling halls of Egerton University, one encounters a young man who exudes passion, determination, and a sense of purpose. Mr. Philip Nyayo, the Director of Academic Affairs at Egerton University and a third-year student pursuing a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MBChB), has made it his mission to bridge the gap between students and the administration.
On the 28th of May each year, people worldwide gather to commemorate World Menstrual Hygiene Day. The day is dedicated to combating period stigma, ensuring access to menstrual products, and promoting awareness and education about menstruation.It is an opportunity to challenge the prevailing beliefs and taboos surrounding periods that persist in our society.