JKUSA Holds Clubs and Societies Extravaganza

Patrick Kigathi makes his remarks

Jomo Kenyatta Students Association (JKUSA) hosted the inaugural Clubs and Societies Extravaganza at the University to introduce the diverse range of clubs and societies at JKUAT to newly enrolled students.

The event, held on September 14, 2023, was aimed at promoting awareness and participation among new students, while fostering a sense of community and engagement within the student body.

The Club and Societies Extravaganza served as a gateway to not only introduce students to new and exciting interests but also provided a platform to unveil extracurricular opportunities while fostering the creation of new friendships.

Mr. Patrick Kigathi, an administrator from the Dean of Students’ office welcomed the new students to the University and encouraging them to join clubs and societies.

“The center of JKUAT co-curriculum activities rotates within this clubs. That’s why I urge you to join a club and engage with your peers and get to network, “said Mr.Kigathi

The Academic Affairs Secretary of JKUSA, Gerry Nyaaori, also urged students to be proactive in joining club and societies.

He congratulated the Drama Club and Choir for their remarkable performances at the national-level festivals and for their exceptional representation as outstanding university ambassadors.

Students keenly follow proceedings

Gerry urged club leaders to be proactive in their clubs saying, “your activeness is what will attract more students”.

Eunice Chiro, a second year student pursuing Human Resource Management, expressed her excitement about the event. Being a member of JKUAT School of Business and Entrepreneurship Club, she appreciated the effort made in creating awareness about the clubs and hoped to enroll new members after the event.

“I am hoping JKUSA makes this extravaganza an annual culture, so that the new students are able to get informed upon joining on the availability of clubs and societies,” said Eunice.

On her part, Natasha Kageni, a first year student pursuing Supply Chain Management, expressed her delight to have attended the extravaganza and hoped to join St. John Ambulance Club.

“I am happy the school has conducted such an event, as it has helped me get my club of interest and I hope that my fellow first years have found a place of interest too,” said Ms. Kageni.

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