340 MILLION LECTURE THEATER READY FOR USE

//340 MILLION LECTURE THEATER READY FOR USE

CO-OPERATIVE UNIVERSITY’S KSHS. 340 MILLION LECTURE THEATER READY FOR USE

The Ag VC of The Co-operative University of Kenya Prof. Kamau Ngamau (middle) receives Keys for the newly Constructed Lecture Theater from the project Manager and Engineer (2nd left and extreme left respectively). He is accompanied by the CUK’s Registrar Finance, Planning and administration Chris Kathoka (2nd right) and CUK’s finance office Maxwell Nyagah (extreme right)
Lecture Theater

The construction of The Co-operative University of Kenya’s Kshs. 340 Million-state-of-the-art- lecture theatre of 2,500-seater 3-amphitheaters is ready for use.  Ag. Vice Chancellor Prof. Kamau Ngamau hailed the project terming it a sure bet as the University reasonably grows its students’ numbers and programs offered. Accompanied by members of the University Management Board, Prof. Ngamau noted that The Co-operative University of Kenya was keen on implementing projects meaningful to its future underscoring the fact that the new lecture theatre would serve multiple purposes for the University moving forward.
The Vice Chancellor reiterated the commitment of the University Council and Management Board in providing adequate learning facilities to ensure the CUK’s tradition of churning out high quality graduates remained unperturbed. He noted that The Co-operative University of Kenya will not be compelled into compromising the quality of learning, teaching and research among other challenges facing high education in the country.
Prof. Ngamau announced that the University will now focus on the Kshs. 3.8 Billion Learning Resource Centre (LRC) project whose initial stages have kicked off successfully. The management board members who accompanied the Vice Chancellor included the CUK’s Ag. Deputy Vice Chancellor for Finance, Planning, And Administration Prof. Esther Magiri, The Registrar for Finance Planning and Administration Chris Kathoka and the University’s Finance Officer Mr. Maxwell Nyagah. This project was fully funded by the Government of Kenya.

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