The Administration Division is charged with the responsibility of provision and maintenance of facilities and resources to support the furtherence of the Vision, Mission and core values of the University. The functions and services in the Administration Division include: - Human Resource Management, Central, Health, Transport, farm, Development/Estates, Catering and Accommodation, Security and Procurement Services. The operation of the Division are governed by the University Statutes, Terms of service and Labour laws. It is further guided by a strategic plan implemented through annual performance contract. The current workforce stands at 547, comprising of teaching and nonteaching staff. The Division strives to attract the best qualified staff to spearhead provision of quality services to the customers of the University. The Administration Division is keen to continuously improve on its service delivery to its customers, and will always act on feedback from clients to enhance its customers’ satisfaction. The Division with the University Management support has succefully completed the negotiation for the 2010/2012 CBA with the staff unions. The Division is determined to motivate staff to give their best in order to realise the objectives of the University. The University is further developing a comprehensive scheme of service for it's staff with a clear career path for various cadres of workers.
Welcome to Maasai Mara University. The Department of the Registrar, Academic Affairs plays a critical role in the realization of the academic objectives of the University. The Registrar, Academic Affairs, provides leadership and strategic direction in matters relating to the activities undertaken in the department which include: class and examination timetabling, admission and registration of new students, examination administration, maintenance of students’ records and processing of official transcripts and academic certificates. These activities are managed and facilitated in the following three sections under the supervision of the Deputy Registrar, Academic Affairs: Admissions Section, Examinations Sections, Students' Records and Transcripts Section. The University offers a wide range of competitive academic programmes under the Government sponsored students Programme (GSSP) and privately sponsored students programmes (PSSP). The Government sponsored students are admitted through the Joint Admissions Board (JAB) while the Privately sponsored students apply directly to the University for admission. Students admitted through either GSSP or PSSP at the same intake for the same undergraduate programmes, may be integrated. We wish to encourage the youth and other age groups to enroll into the various Certificates, Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduate programmes offered at the University. The programmes are offered at the Main campus, Narok and at the Nairobi , Kisii satellite campuses.
Office of the Registrar (Academic Affairs)
Asst. Registrar, (Student Records & Transcripts)
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