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|Karatina University College (2010-2013)
Moi University Central Kenya Campus (2007-2010)
|Motto||Inspiring Innovation and Leadership|
|Established||2013 - Karatina University (gained university status)
2010 - Karatina University College
|Chancellor||Prof Japheth Kiptoon|
|Vice-Chancellor||Prof Mucai Muchiri|
Karatina University was founded in 2007 as a Moi University campus for central Kenya, called the Moi University Central Kenya Campus. Located about 15 km north of the town of Karatina, it had an original intake of 100 students. Three years later, in 2010, it was upgraded to a constituent college of Moi University, and renamed Karatina University College. In 2013, the institution was declared a university in its own right, and was renamed Karatina University.
Karatina University is spread over five campuses. The main campus is in Kagochi, the site of the former Karatina University College, with two campuses in Karatina. Further sites are located in the town of Nanyuki and in the settlement of Itiati, the latter being home to the university's School of Education and Social Sciences.
Structure and organisation
School of Agriculture and Biotechnology
School of Business Studies
School of Education and Social Science
School of Natural Resources & Environmental Studies
School of Pure and Applied Sciences
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- Karatina University - Official website
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