Meru University of Science and Technology
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|Established||1979 as Meru College of Technology (MECOTECH)|
|Chancellor||Dr. James N. Mwangi|
|Vice-Chancellor||Prof. Japhet K. Magambo|
|Campus||MUST Main Campus, Meru Town Campus|
Meru University of Science and Technology (or MUST) is a public university near Meru, Kenya. It is situated in Nchiru, 15 kilometres north east of Meru, along the Meru-Makutano-Maua Highway. It offers courses in Engineering, Science, Information Technology and Business.
- Vice Chancellor and CEO - Prof. Japhet Kithinji Magambo.
- Deputy (Academics) - Prof. Gitonga Nkanata Mburugu.
- Deputy (Administration) - Prof. Charity Gichuki.
- Chief Finance Manager - Dr. Nephat Njeru.
- Registrar (Administration and Planning) - Mrs Erica Mwololo.
- Chancellor - Dr. James Mwangi (CEO, Equity Bank LTD).
- Chairman of the Council - Prof. Justin Irina (Mombasa Technical University).
Meru University has the following campuses and schools:
- Main Campus - 16 km from Meru Town along Meru Maua Road and opposite the Njuri Ncheke shrine. It is 5 km from Kianjai Market.
- Meru Town Campus- The offices are on the 2nd floor at Hart Towers, opposite Meru Police Station.
- Marimba Campus
- School of Engineering
- School of Business and Economics
- School of Pure and Applied sciences
- School of Agriculture and Food Sciences
- School of Health Sciences
- School of Education
- school of information and informatics
Reuben Marambii Library has 30,000 print materials with 80,000 items in electronic and online resources. It has a sitting capacity of 500 people. The library also has an Online Public Access Catalog offering services such as searching, renewing books, making purchase suggestions, placing holds on items among others. More information about the library and services offered can be found here. The library has also developed off-campus access to e-books and e-journals to allow users to access subscribed online resources.