Scott Christian University

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Scott Christian University
Scott Christian University logo.jpg
Former name
Scott Theological College
Established 1962
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Mumo Kisau
Students 500 (2012)[1]
Location Machakos, Kenya
1°30′S 37°16′E / 1.500°S 37.267°E / -1.500; 37.267Coordinates: 1°30′S 37°16′E / 1.500°S 37.267°E / -1.500; 37.267
Website www.scott.ac.ke

Scott Christian University (SCU) is a private Christian university in Machakos, Kenya. It was established by the Africa Inland Mission in 1962 as Scott Theological College (STC), and named after AIM's founder, Peter Cameron Scott.

Scott received its university charter in 1997, adopting its present name in 2012.[1][2]

Scott publishes an academic journal, the Africa Journal of Evangelical Theology.

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b Nguru, Faith W. (2014). "Christian Higher Education in Kenya: An Overview". Christian Higher Education: A Global Reconnaissance. Eerdmans. p. 57. Retrieved 28 August 2015.
  2. ^ "History & 50th Anniversary". Scott Christian University. Retrieved 28 August 2015.

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