University description (as per official university website)
1. TRAVELLING TO MOI UNIVERSITY
Moi University, currently, has three campuses namely; Main Campus which is thirty five (35) Kilometers South East of Eldoret Town, the Town campus comprising the Hospital Campus situated at the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital, housing School of Medicine & School o f Public Health, Town Annex Campus housing School of Law and the Edoret West Campus housing Evening Programmee and later School of Business & Economics and the Annex which house the students of Law three (3) Kilometers of the Eldoret-Nairobi Road.
The campuses are served by Matatus, which operate, from Eldoret Town. Students reporting at the Main Campus can board the Matatus at the Matatu terminus on Hospital road while those reporting at Chepkoilel Campus can board them on the Eldoret-Iten Road opposite the Uasin Gishu District Hospital next to the Public Library. Those reporting at the School of Medicine and School of Public Health or Law respectively can walk or take a Taxi from Eldoret Town.
2. ARRIVAL AND REGISTRATION
Student are expected to arrive between 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. on the opening day for registration at the respective Campuses indicated in their letter of offer. Any student arriving after 5:00 p.m. will not be registered nor be given Accommodation until the following day.
All students who are not citizens of East Africa must be in possession of VALID PASSPORT BEFORE arriving in Kenya. Temporary travel documents are not acceptable to the Immigration Authority in Kenya. In addition, all non-citizens must obtain re-entry permits from their own territorial Immigration Department to cover the duration of the courses and must bring their passport with them when they come to register at the University.
4. BURSARY FORMS AND LOANS
Kenya students who wish to be considered for the Kenya Government Loan and Bursary should complete the necessary forms. The forms are enclosed with the admission documents.
5. STUDENTS PERSONAL DETAILS FORM
You are required to complete in quadruplicate and attach passport size photograph, on a yellow background, on each form. The photographs should bear names of candidates and admission number in FULL (NO INITIALS PLEASE) on the reverse side. (This information is important in the event of the photographs being misplaced). Forward one completed copy of the personal details form (MUJI/2) together with the acceptance letter MUJI/1 to the Chief Academic Officer immediately.
6. FEES AND BURSARIES
a) Non-Kenyan Students
All Non-Kenyan students must produce evidence of adequate financial support before coming to the University. The evidence must be in the form of a letter from sponsoring body guaranteeing adequate financial support for the entire duration of the course. Fees will be collected at the time of registration.
b) Clothing, Pocket money, Laundry
Non-Kenyan students are advised to bring with them between 6,000/= (Six Thousand Shillings only) and Kshs. 12,000/= (Twelve Thousand Shilling only) per Semester for the above expenses. In addition they may bring at least Kshs. 5,000/= (Five Thousand Shillings only) for incidental expenses.
7. MEDICAL EXAMINATION
Admission into the University is subject to receipt of satisfactory Medical Report. Students are, therefore required to undergo medical examination by the recognized medical practitioner before coming to the University. Form MUJI/3 is enclosed for this purpose and should be returned to us with your Acceptance of Admission. If this is not possible it should be submitted at the time of registration.
8. MEDICAL ATTENTION AT THE UNIVERSITY
A health clinic is opened to all students at the Campus. Please note that the University does not provide health services as detailed in 9 and 10 below. The University is not responsible for expenses incurred with hospitals, physicians or pharmacists without prior referral.
9. NON-RESIDENT STUDENTS
Students not residing in University Halls of Residence are expected to make their own arrangements for medical attention, however, when on campus services of the University Clinic will be open to them.
10. DENTAL AND OPTICAL TREATMENT
The University does not provide dental or optical treatment. Any student having or suspecting eye trouble should consult opticians and where necessary get spectacles before coming to the University. Students with dental and eye problems will be directed to the Moi Teaching and Referral Hospital for treatment.
11. GAMES AND SPORTS
Arrangements have been made for a wide range of sporting activities and games. As a residential Campus, extra-curricula activities are essential for total human development and students are advised to participate in as many sporting activities as possible. Games Track Suits can be purchased from the University Bookshop. Students are also expected to bring two pairs of shorts (men) gym skirt/tunic (for women), T-Shirt and game shoes.
12. REGULATIONS GOVERNING THE CONDUCT AND DISCIPLINE OF STUDENTS
University students are expected to observe regulations governing the conduct and discipline of students while in the University. The regulations are enclosed for your information.
13. CONDITIONS FOR REGISTRATION
No student will be registered without producing the following: -
The admission letter
Original result slip/certificate (which will be returned to the student after verification of its authenticity).
Two photocopies of the Result slip/certificates
Three copies of the completed personal details form.
Copy of the National Identity Card or Birth Certificate for those who are below 18 year old.
Receipts for requisite fees from the Finance Department.