As Scott Christian University has grown in numbers and advanced in the academic level of its training, it has gained an international reputation as a provider of quality training for church and church related ministries. Students now come to Scott not only from Kenya, but from countries such as Tanzania, Uganda, Democratic Republic of Congo, Rwanda, Burundi, Sudan, Ethiopia, Somalia, Swaziland, Zambia, Zimbabwe, and Malawi. Throughout the more than twenty years of its development it has never wavered from the original vision of training for church ministries and related avenues of Christian service.
One of the marks of the University’s success over the years in the high proportion of its graduates who are engaged in church or church related ministries. A recent survey showed that, of those still living, 65% of graduates are known to be engaged in some form of church ministry with a further 7% in a para-church ministry such as chaplaincy in prisons, the armed forces, or schools. This makes 72% of graduates engaged in church or church related ministries. Of the remainder, 9% are continuing their education, 7% are teaching in primary or secondary schools, while the situation of 10% is not known with any certainty. Only 2% are known to be engaged in other than church, para-church or school ministries.
A range of sporting activities is organized on a regular basis both for recreational purposes and as a means of developing qualities of leadership and team work. University teams regularly compete with teams from other colleges and schools.
Persons wishing to apply for admission to study in the Bachelor of Theology degree programme are expected to provide the University Admissions Officer with evidence that he or she meets the academic qualifications for admission, together with the specified application fee... See More