Kiriri Women’s University has proven to be an exemplary learning institution right from the start and has gotten better over the years. It is only prudent to acknowledge the growth and development that the university has undergone over my time here. There have been tremendous changes in the courses offered, facilities available and leadership as a whole.
The introduction of a student representative organisation cannot go unmentioned as part of the reforms that the university has experienced. I am proud to have been the first student organisation chairperson; hence, I am part of the welcome change.
More to that, as a student, I have learned a lot inside and outside the classroom. Learning has expanded my scope and perspective towards life in general. Amongst other reforms, has been the introduction of clubs and societies such as Charity Club, Christian Union (CU) movement and Catholic movement (YCS). Sporting activities are also being introduced in the university in collaboration with the university administration.
I would like to also acknowledge the qualified staff, i.e. the lecturers who are interactive and supportive to students. The efforts of the support staff also cannot go unmentioned as it is through them that learning can happen in a conducive environment.