One of the great benefits of Scott Christian University is the accessibility of its faculty and staff. A majority of the full-time faculty live on campus in university-owned houses, thus fostering a sense of community among faculty and students. Students also meet each Friday in various faculty members' homes, further encouraging meaningful relationships between faculty and students.
With a spacious new men's dormitory (The Moi Hostel) and a newly refurbished women's dormitory, the University is well-furnished with single student housing. Bedding and all meals are included for those who live in the dormitories. A limited amount of housing is also available for married students and their families.
The Moi Hostel also has sufficient space to host conferences, including a large, spacious conference room, toilets and a kitchen. The Hostel is capable of hosting over 150 people at a time.
Scott students will find good opportunity for physical recreation and varsity sport competition. A football pitch on the lower end of campus hosts the University's inter-collegiate football matches as well as its intramural games among the students. An outdoor volleyball court right next to the dormitories offers students a great way to unwind from the stress of their studies.
Located in a quite corner of the campus just a few meters from the dormitories, the student classrooms offer a very accessible and comfortable environment for students to learn.
New classrooms are being added as a part of the Library renovation. Attached to the Library there will be a lecture theatre capable of seating 100 students, with the latest in technological capabilities, along with three regular classrooms and two seminar rooms for the Master's Programme.
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