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Student Affairs


Dean of Students Office

The Dean of Students Office is responsible for the welfare of students within campus and is charged with the task of ensuring you have settled well in school, and monitoring your academic and social progress.

Important Officers to Note

Rev. Daniel Aswani is the present Dean of students and is responsible for the student's welfare. He oversees the students social activities e.g clubs, scieties, sports among others. He also ensures that the halls of residence are safe and habitable at all times. He also sits in disciplinary committees for students.



Counselling is a free and confidential service offered by the university to support you in your university life and help you achieve your goals. Lydia Maina serves as the students’ counselor for all campuses of SPU. She is charged with responsibility of offering guidance to students throughout their life at SPU. She assists students to maintain high academic performance while enjoying the vibrant social life of University. She provides advice to students with academic, financial and social difficulties.

At St. Paul's University, we are aware that once in a while, there will arise situations that may distract the students from their studies and prevent them from having a great experience in the university. The University Counseling Center boosts the chances of our students succeeding in achieving their academic goals by providing professional personal, career, and academic counseling. The Counseling Center also tailor makes relevant training programs, workshops and public lectures on areas that the students may be facing challenges in. The Counseling Center has a professional Counseling Psychologist and is open Monday to Friday from 8.30 am to 5.00pm. The Center provides both face to face and online counseling. Online counseling is used as an adjunct for the face to face counseling for our students in the satellite campuses where the Counselor visits only on specific days. Students in the evening programs who may not have the time to leave their offices to go see a counselor benefit from online counseling.

Services Provided a the Counseling Center

  • Individual counseling
  • Group counseling
  • Life skills training
  • Self-help groups
  • Mentoring
  • Outreach programs such as; retreats, public lectures, career fair, peer counseling training and supervision, counselor/trainee supervision, organization of interactive events, awareness campaigns e.g.,HIV and AIDS awareness among others.

Scope of problem situations handled at the Counseling Center

  • Emotional stress
  • Relationship
  • Abuse
  • Low self esteem
  • Anger/Stress management
  • Loss ( job, death, etc)
  • Drug and substance use and abuse
  • Developmental problems
  • Personal growth
  • And any other concerns that you may have.

Where the case presented is beyond the scope of the center, appropriate referral is made.


Bishop Okullu Memorial Library



Is responsible for charging out and processing the return of library materials, and ensuring the library collection is well organized for fast retrieval of materials.


Is responsible for providing acquisitions of all library materials to support academic programmes.


Supports the teaching and research mission of the University by providing descriptive and subject access to the University Libraries' collections through records in the SPU library Catalogue.


Aims to ensure online access to and integrity of bibliographic and holdings data of the collections in all formats. Manages acquisition, deployment and support for computer hardware and software for library personnel and public access and training areas. The department is also responsible for the management of the library systems and servers.

Archives and Special collection

The special collections are mostly made up of Africana books and SPU students’ researches, theses and dissertation. It also house Bibles in different African. Others are important Archives (documents of enduring value) of the SPU.


Bishop Okullu Memorial Library


Here is a list of frequently asked questions and their solutions

How can I access Wi-Fi in the library?

To access Wi-Fi within the library one has to log in using the same credentials they use to log into their students portal. For a first time user, the laptop has to be configured by the library or ICT staff.

Can I access e-resources off-campus?

Yes. Enter the following URL on the address bar and log in using the student’s portal credentials

What’s the process & requirement for registering with the library in order to start using the library services?

The records of registered students are directly uploaded into the Library Information system and therefore for a student to access the library, he/she needs to come with their student ID. In a case where you don’t have one you can come with your national ID and admission letter, until the student ID is provided to you.

Can I renew a book when off campus?

Yes, just write an email to mailto="This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.&&cc:This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it." and request for the book(s) to be renewed. In your email indicate your name and admission number.

Once the book has been renewed, you will be notified together with the due date through email. However, renewal can only be done once.

For how long can I borrow/use the library laptop?

The library laptop can only be used within the library for four hours, and when the demand is not high one can renew for another 2 hours.

For how long can I borrow/use the library laptop?

The library laptop can only be used within the library for four hours, and when the demand is not high one can renew for another 2 hours.