You can catch up with friends at the student center that is home to various activities including indoor games, quiz nights, movie nights, concerts and much more social events that are targeted for students. The student center is a perfect place for socializing and relaxing with friends after classes. There are many programs which include drama and music performances and concerts organized by the drama club and variety Thursday group that showcases the work of our students.
Sport is a fun way to bond with fellow students and make friends too. Players are welcome to join teams they are interested in. Most teams train from Monday- Friday at the court in the main field under supervision of a coach. The teams compete in tournaments once or twice a month. If you are interested in joining go for one of the training sessions or contact the team captains to get the experience.
Female players are especially encouraged to participate no matter the level of experience, just go have fun at the court.
The games on offer at SPU are:
- Table Tennis
The following clubs are among those that you can choose to join as a student at SPU:
- Business club
- Christian fellowship
- Christian Union
- Club Enactus ( Formerly SIFE)
- Computer Science Club
- Drama and music
- Environmental club
- ICT club
- Model UN Club
- Peer Counselors
- Peer mentors
- Pledge 25
- President’s Award
- Public Relations
- Social Action Club
- St. Paul’s Healthy Living
- The Ripple Conversations Club
- Variety Thursday
- YA4C ( Young Ambassadors for Christ)
SPU Teams rise to claim top spots in the Nairobi KUSA play-offs
St. Paul’s University emerged top in the KUSA Nairobi league play-offs and will represent the university in the National play-offs in at Masinde Muliro University. This is a morale booster for the teams who are aiming at winning the championship come April.
Volleyball Men played semi finals against their perennial rivals Kenyatta University and won 3-2, before playing the finals against a resilient J.K.U.A.T of which they won at a similar margin of 3-2 to qualify for the National play-offs.
The Volleyball women were not to be left behind as they played semi finals against J.K.U.A.T and won 3-0 before playing their bitter rivals Kenyatta University which they hammered 3-0 to emerge top of the table.
Handball men also qualified for the play-offs after winning against all teams in the league to garner a total of 12 points out of the possible total of 16 to emerge position one.
Roll ball women who emerged position two after losing to Kenyatta University will also represent at the Nationals.
We wish the teams well as they prepare for the nationals.
We are currently providing various recreational activities. The activities include:
- target games
Soon to be introduced sports are;
- Soft ball