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Student Affairs Department is under the general guidance of the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic affairs, who is also the head of Academic Division. The Dean of Student’s office is primarily concerned with students’ welfare from the time they enter into the University to the time they graduate from the University. It is also directly responsible for the following areas which are core in the successful moulding of responsible citizens and scholars of this Nation. Guidance and Counseling, Games and Sports, Coordination of all activities of Clubs & Societies. In addition, the office also handles matters related to Maasai Mara Students Organization (MMUSO), Wardenship, students’ conduct and discipline and largely, cooperates with the public on matters affecting students. Maasai Mara University has a strong sporting relationship with other Universities Sporting Associations e.g. Western Kenya Universities Sports Association (WEKUSA) and Kenya Universities Sports Association (KUSA). We also take pride in our own internal competitions which enhance interactions among students. These are normally organized under the banner of Inter- School Games & Sports Competitions. Maasai Mara University takes pride in being a source of encouragement to students who have or intend to form professional Clubs which helps in the advancement and sharing of knowledge. Some of these clubs include (i) Maasai Mara University Accounting Students Association (MMUASA), Students in Free Enterprise (SIFE), Chama cha Kiswahili cha Maasai Mara, Christian Union, SDA, Catholic Students Association (CSA) and Muslim Students Association, among others. It is important to note that Maasai Mara University is an examination centre for KASNEB, and is in the process of being accredited as a teaching centre for KASNEB courses. This is done in the spirit of enriching professionalism of our students and also improving their employability in the job market. The Dean of Students’ office works very closely with HELB and other financing agencies in identifying very needy cases among registered students of Maasai Mara University. It is through this good working relationship that all deserving students do not only get HELB Loan, but also get HELB bursaries.

Guidance & Counseling

This department promotes and facilitates Students' personality, social and intellectual development. This aids in bringing up a holistic person in our students: responsible, accountable and of good character in all the future undertakings. Our Counselor liaises with those who closely interact with the affected students assisting them to manage and resolve their problems. The G & C department also trains peers counselors among students to enable them undertake councelling roles.

Games & Sports

This department strives to promote physical and mental fitness of students at the University. The students participate in both indoor and outdoor activities, which include scrabble, monopoly, table tennis, volleyball, basketball, rugby, and soccer among others. Read More

Clubs & Societies

The office of the Dean of Students advises modalities of formation of clubs. It also registers clubs to allow them to function within the University. Students are encouraged to join the various clubs or to form new ones in the event that they can cater for both their academic and social welfare. Currently the registered clubs and societies fall under the following categories: academic, religious, recreational and environmental. Registered Clubs

Students Benevolence

When a student passes away, or is bereaved by a close family member (Parents and or brother/ sister) the Deans office organizes for students to attend a funeral and also send staff to represent the University Administration at the funeral.

Work Study programme

The Dean of Students Office identifies needy students and places them in various departments of the University to work and earn some income mainly for upkeep. This goes a long way in making students from less privileged backgrounds earn some income as they serve the University as well.

Maasai Mara University Games & Sports Department falls under the office of the Dean of Students and is headed by the Games & Sports Tutor (Mr. Mwaniki Kabue) who manages all sporting activities. This department strives to promote physical and mental fitness of students at the University. The students participate in both indoor and outdoor activities. Students are encouraged to pursue their sporting talents while in the University. The University gives support to identified talented students who are interested in attaining their sporting goals. 

Games & Sports on Campus

  1. Soccer
  2. Rugby
  3. hockey
  4. Handball
  5. Volleyball
  6. Darts
  7. Pool
  8. Table Tennis
  9. Badminton

Maasai Mara University Students Governing Council


SOMMU President:Mr. Robert Too

Vice President: Fikirini Kahindi

Assistant Secretary General: Bwana Atrash Mohamed

Secretary General: Mr. Mokaya Saisi Dennis

Secretary Finance: William Wanjohi

Secretary Academics: Kamau Elias Njoroge

Secretary Accommodation & Security: Maina Wycliff

Chief Editor: Jackson Mboya

Secretary, Games & Sports: Kibet Amos Tank

Secretary, Health & Special Needs: Judith Akinyi Ajwala

Secretary, Ent. & Event Organizing: David Mutuku

Secretary, Catering & Environment: Ngao R. Meli

Deputy Secretary General: Festus Bii

The office of the Dean of Students Affairs Maasai Mara University advises modalities of formation of clubs. It also registers clubs to allow them to function within the University. Students are encouraged to join the various clubs or to form new ones in the event that they can cater for both their academic and social welfare. Clubs and Societies are registered after students hold meetings and decide to form one, they draft a constitution in consultation with the Dean of Students and appoint interim officials. If the objectives are in line with University objectives, the club is registered and allowed to operate. They also provide a schedule of activities for each semester and seek approval to conduct those events.

List of Registered Clubs ( Published) 

Christian Union(MMUCU)

Maasai Mara University Computer Science Club 

Geography students Assocaition

Catholic Students Association

Tourism & Hospitality Association

Muslim Students Assocaition

Tae kwan Do

Squisherz Dance Crew

Research & Innovation Club

Straight Talk Club

Social Development Organisation

Communication Club

Presidents Award-Kenya

Company Connect Club

Peace & Togetherness Organisation

Seventh Day Adventist

MMU Wildlife and Environmental Club (MMUWEC)

Utility Club

Chama cha Kiswahili

Agricultural Club

Peer Councellors Club

Research & Innovation Club

Students in free Enterprise(ENACTUS)

Accounting Students Assocaition

Dance Club

Scouts Club

Theatre Troupe 

Debate Club

ICT Club

Investors Group

Rotaract Club

 Music Club  

 

 

Maasai Mara University Students Governing Council


SOMMU President:Mr. Robert Too

Vice President: Fikirini Kahindi

Assistant Secretary General: Bwana Atrash Mohamed

Secretary General: Mr. Mokaya Saisi Dennis

Secretary Finance: William Wanjohi

Secretary Academics: Kamau Elias Njoroge

Secretary Accommodation & Security: Maina Wycliff

Chief Editor: Jackson Mboya

Secretary, Games & Sports: Kibet Amos Tank

Secretary, Health & Special Needs: Judith Akinyi Ajwala

Secretary, Ent. & Event Organizing: David Mutuku

Secretary, Catering & Environment: Ngao R. Meli

Deputy Secretary General: Festus Bii
Secretary Finance: Paul C Kiplagat

Secretary Sports & Games: Clifford Ouko
Chief Editor: Sophia Nkatha
Secretary Catering & Environment: Rachel Awuor
Secretary Health & Special Needs: Perpetua Murage

 

Subcategories

The office of the Dean of Students Affairs Maasai Mara University advises modalities of formation of clubs. It also registers clubs to allow them to function within the University. Students are encouraged to join the various clubs or to form new ones in the event that they can cater for both their academic and social welfare. Clubs and Societies are registered after students hold meetings and decide to form one, they draft a constitution in consultation with the Dean of Students and appoint interim officials. If the objectives are in line with University objectives, the club is registered and allowed to operate. They also provide a schedule of activities for each semester and seek approval to conduct those events.

LIST OF REGISTERED CLUBS (PUBLISHED)

 

 

  • Christian Union(MMUCU)
  • Geography students Assocaition
  • Tourism & Hospitality Association
  • Muslim Students Assocaition
  • Tae kwan Do
  • Squisherz Dance Crew
  • Research & Innovation Club
  • Straight Talk Club
  • Social Developement Organisation
  • Communication Club
  • Presidents Award-Kenya
  • Company Connect Club
  • Peace & Togetherness Organisation
  • Seventh Day Adventist
  • Wildlife & Environmental Club
  • Utility Club
  • Chama cha Kiswahili
  • Agricultural Club
  • Peer Councellors Club
  • Research & Innovation Club
  • Students in free Enterprise(ENACTUS)
  • Accounting Students Assocaition
  • Dance Club
  • Scouts Club
  • Theatre Troupe
 
  • Debate Club
  • ICT Club
  • Investors Group
 
  • Rotaract Club
  • Music Club
 

Collaborations and Linkages

University of Pau-France

It was requested that MMU to host one French Master of Tourism student for internship in 2014.The details to be discussed between Dean Tourism MMU and Director Tourism University of Pau France after the conference.

Clemson University - U.S.A.

Exchange research, training and workshop conference Developing a tourism information system for Maasai Mara Game Reserve

University of Bordeaux 3-France

Establishment of a French Language Institute/ centre Maasai Mara University is currently teaching French language to students undertaking tourism, arts and hospitality courses.

Aarhus University- Denmark

Establish and promote joint research, development projects and academic cooperation with focus on the Maasai Mara (ecosystem, living conditions, economic growth and biodiversity)

Regents University-London-U.K

Areas of collaboration: Education cooperation and articulation programmes. Research collaboration Exchange of students, faculty and staff members Joint consultancy activities Knowledge transfer Participation in seminar and academic meetings Exchange of academic materials and other information.

Kenya Industrial Estates

Create incubation centers and incubate student's projects with potential for commercialization. Attachment of MMU staff to enterprise funded through KIE for purposes of gaining experience that would be ploughed back into teaching.

University of Hertfordshire.- London-U.K

To conduct a survey to identify current research, educational, policy and regulatory activities (Governmental, academic, NGO)

University of Munster, Germany

The parties agree to collaborate in the following area of mutual interest: Explore possibilities for joint research programmes, Exchanges for students.

Physical Address

Maasai Mara University

P.O. Box 861 - 20500, Narok, Kenya 

Email: info@mmarau.ac.ke

Tel: +254 020 5131400

Admission Enquiries: reg.aa@mmarau.ac.ke
 
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