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KeMUAA Introduction

KeMUAA is a catalyst for building a vigorous alumni network and a lifelong relationship with KeMU and its constituents, including students and graduates, and for supporting the university’s mission locally, nationally and internationally. KeMUAA was launched in 2008 and as to date 32,000 members are out in the market. Click on the button below to view our constitution.

Our Vision and Mission

Check out our vision, mission, goals, and principles and core values:

To be an association that is made up of both dynamic and holistic members who are a valuable resource to the University and the Community at large.

To mobilize all the graduates of the KeMU from different years to actively participate in the mission of KeMUAA as active members, elected officers and ambassadors of KeMU.

To promote active involvement and mutual interactions of the present Alumni and Continuing Students along with the University vision, values and mandate.

To Connect, Engage, Succeed and Celebrate the Alma mater as well as the University.

The cornerstone of our core values is found in the university motto, Laborare est Orare (To work is to pray)

We affirm the value of prayer and the application of Christian principles to human diversity and the enrichment it brings to our lives and acknowledge our differences, rejecting all forms of prejudice and discrimination.

We value integrity, honesty, and ethical behavior and strive to maintain a working environment that is built on mutual respect, understanding and freedom of expression.

We share the university’s commitment to lifelong learning, discovery and engagement.

We value fellowship, personal growth and development, and the concept of community: local, regional, and global.

Our Vision and Mission

Check out our vision, mission, goals, and principles and core values:

To be an association that is made up of both dynamic and holistic members who are a valuable resource to the University and the Community at large.

To Connect, Engage, Succeed and Celebrate the Alma mater as well as the University.

To mobilize all the graduates of the KeMU from different years to actively participate in the mission of KeMUAA as active members, elected officers and ambassadors of KeMU.

To promote active involvement and mutual interactions of the present Alumni and Continuing Students along with the University vision, values and mandate.

The cornerstone of our core values is found in the university motto, Laborare est Orare (To work is to pray)

We affirm the value of prayer and the application of Christian principles to human diversity and the enrichment it brings to our lives and acknowledge our differences, rejecting all forms of prejudice and discrimination.

We value integrity, honesty, and ethical behavior and strive to maintain a working environment that is built on mutual respect, understanding and freedom of expression.

We share the university’s commitment to lifelong learning, discovery and engagement.

We value fellowship, personal growth and development, and the concept of community: local, regional, and global.

Benefits of Membership

Channel of giving back to the community affiliated with KeMU through donations and CSR activities which gives members publicity

Alumni Career and Networking Services: Membership links to a strong network of more than 32,000 members functioning in various capacities in different parts of the world 

Life-long Learning: Enjoy lectures, discussion sessions, and on-campus conferences, conducted by eminent alumni and current students and faculty.

Student-Alumni Contact: Support current students through different mentoring opportunities either by being a part of on-campus lectures or through an in-person or online commitment; provide internships; recruit fresh graduates; present career programs etc.

Discounted products: Access discounts on school Fees for second degrees or courses, discounts on accommodation charges at the Methodist Guest House or other companies associated with KeMU e.g. medical insurance; access in library, and other KeMU facilities like University parking at a discounted rate, hiring of university grounds

Events and Reunions: Participate during events in the university. The Association organizes and facilitates a host of events every year at KeMU.

Get Priority when it comes to jobs, business partnership/ part-time teaching.

Strategic Direction

1. Brand the Alumni Association as an organization responsive to the needs of alumni relative to their careers, desire for lifelong learning and engagement, social interactions, and willingness to provide volunteer service and/or support to strengthen and advance the university.

2. Continually assess the interests and needs of alumni on the basis of their multiple affinities with the university in order to better understand and serve the dynamic, diverse, and multifaceted community of KeMU alumni.

3. Leverage, where possible, the experience, capability and dedication of all alumni to the benefit of the University and the Alumni Association.

4. Provide core programs such as homecomings, alumni chapters, class and constituency reunions, periodic informational publications, Alumni Directory and records maintenance, community service and other fundamental services that engage alumni with the University.

5. Continually enrich the relationship with alumni chapter organizations through strong support of their volunteer leadership and new program development in order to maintain the long-term health and viability of the chapter network.

6. Maintain an effective Alumni Association Board of Directors by continually infusing interested and dynamic alumni leadership that provides professional experience, creative thinking, open-mindedness and diverse personal and cultural backgrounds for the benefit of the Alumni Association and the university.

7. Develop informational materials, training, resources or other support that attracts volunteer participation in alumni advisory and emerging constituency groups within the university, and those who help attract prospective students, or provide employment opportunities to graduates.

8. Provide an effective marketing/branding program that will create interest and engage greater numbers of alumni in both on- and off-campus programs, including but not limited to electronic communications, printed publications, direct mail, market research and other means of mass communications deemed useful.

9. Maintain strong relationships with the staffs of Admissions and Scholarships and Financial Aid to encourage student applications and provide financial assistance through alumni chapters and endowed scholarship programs.

10. Maintain strong relationships with academic units in order to fully understand their current and future needs and interests to best provide program support for these constituency groups.

11. Maintain strong relationships with the university’s senior management and administrative units to continually be aware of the short- and long-term goals and needs of the university.

12. Encourage alumni advocacy for support of higher education by government and national officials, facilitating direct contact with elected and appointed officials whenever appropriate.

13. Provide a broad array of partnered or out-sourced services that meet the diverse intellectual, social and professional needs of the alumni community, including but not limited to career resources, financial and insurance services, directories, tours, licensed gift items, jewelry, and merchandise.

14. Recognize alumni, faculty and students for their service, achievements and professional excellence in order to honor and showcase them within the university family.

15. Strengthen and broaden opportunities for students to affiliate with the Alumni Association through the Student Alumni Associates and Class Officer programs in order to build awareness and commitment to the mission and goals of the Association.

16. Develop, maintain and continually renew the financial resources necessary to sustain the engagement of alumni in the life of the university to the benefit of the university.

17. Utilize the alumni center, conference center and hotel complex to the fullest extent to attract and serve alumni who return to the campus for specific programs or informal visits.

18. Measure, evaluate or otherwise attempt to assess the effectiveness of each strategic initiative to determine what benefit may be afforded both the Alumni Association and its membership.

Donate

KeMU strategic plan 2018-2027 notes that over seventy percent (90%) of university income is generated by tuition and other associated fees. Objective 6 of the plan recognizes the need to expand revenue streams to enhance financial stability.

This can be done through:

  1.  Giving 
  2. Annual fund
  3. Endowment Fund

Endowment fund – The KeMUAA Annual Fund will comprise of financial contributions (gifts) from steadfast alumni, parents, students, faculty, staff, and friends. The first phase of the Fund runs from 2019 to 2023 and targets KShs 100,000,000

How to Donate?

Equity Bank Deposits

Account Name: KeMUAA

Account Number: 0140292609472

Cash/Bank Deposits

Kenya Methodist University Alumni Endowment fund

Kenya Commercial Bank (KCB)

Account Number: 1168891159

Paybill: 247247

Account Number: 0140292609472

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Contact Details:

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Contact Lines:

  • Landline: 020 2248172/020 2247987
  • Mobile: +254 725-751878 / +254 735 70 13 11 / +254 774 24 22 28
  • Email: alumni@kemu.ac.ke
  • Postal: P.O. BOX 45240-00100 Nairobi, Kenya
  • Fax: 020-248160

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