STUDENT RULES & GUIDELINES
- Conduct: Since
KCITI is a Christian organization the Administration expects everyone
connected with the college to conduct him or herself as good, moral and
well behaved ladies and gentlemen. Activities such as drinking, smoking,
lewd and suggestive language, immorality, obnoxious behavior, speaking
against the church, stealing, fighting, improper dressing, willful
destruction of property, failure to attend chapel, habitual absence or
lateness to class, public displays of anger or related behavior will not
be tolerated. Such behavior may result in your immediate dismissal from
KCITI regardless of the legality of such acts in society as a whole.
fees: All cash payment should be paid through the Diamond
Trust Bank or KCB. Only business cheques and banker cheques are received
at the cashiers window. Personal cheques are not accepted. Fees are
non-refundable but caution fee is partially refundable after deductions.
Lab,Library and equipment fees are payable annually.
Courses: Short professional skills courses are now offered at
a reduced rate. See the Admissions Office for details.
Identity Card: Student should always carry their student ID
and no student shall be allowed to come through the gate without a valid
student ID. In case of loss of student ID one is required to pay Kes.
300.00 for a replacement and include one passport photo. The student ID is
the property of the institution and should be returned upon completion of
the course or when withdrawing from the institution.
Deadlines: All deadlines for registration and payment for
external examination will be posted in timely manner on the KCITI notice
boards and on the college’s website.
- Graduation: The
graduation date will be announced as consultation is completed with the
examination bodies .
student is required to register for every class they undertake.
Registartion fee is Kshs. 500/- and is compulsory.
shall not be allowed in class without booking the class at the Admissions
Office and if found shall be liable for the whole tuition for that class
and other penalties that may be determined by the administration.
student who registers for a class and wishes to defer or drop the course
can only do so in the first two weeks of the term. The student is
required to fill a request form at the Admissions Office. Note that
tuition paid will not be deferred or transferred to another course.
and credit transfers In keeping with government regulations
any student wishing to be exempted for any course should produce a
certificate and a transcript for previous courses taken at an accredited
college. Courses taken at a non-accredited college will not be recognized.
and Saturday classes: Classes shall only be offered if a
minimum of 10 students shall register for the course. In the situation
where this is not achieved the unit will have to be offered next session.
out: Any student wishing to drop out of the institution is
required to fill out a drop-out form and return it to the Admissions
Office. Tution fee shall not be refunded. Caution fee is refundable minus
necessary deductions. The student is required to also return the student
ID. If the ID has been lost then a fee of 300/- must be paid for a
Property: Students should take care of their belongings and
not leave them unattended. The instituton is not responsibe for lost or
stolen property. Any item found lost should be left at the reception. If
someone has lost anything he/she should enquire at the reception.
boards: Students should check the notice boards for
announcements concerning lectures, grades, job placements, timetables,
and Internet: The library is open six days a week for student
use. The hours are 8:00am to 6:00pm Monday through Friday and Saturdays
8:00am to 1:00pm. The Library is not a lending library consequently no
books or periodicals are allowed to leave the library at any time.
Internet fee is Kshs. 1/- a minute.
Limits: Under no circumstances is a student allowed to enter
the Business Office, computer repair room, electronics store room, power
room, computer server room, teachers’ work room, pavilion kitchen, KCITI
store rooms or go behind the counter in the Admissions Office. When
invited a student may enter the Director’s
Office, Admissions Office, Dean’s office or the office of any department
and Chapel Bible classes at KCITI are informative,
educational and morally up-lifting. They are pure Bible classes without
denominational bias. All KCITI students are required to attend the Bible
classes and chape without exception.
pavilion: The pavilion is a pleasant place where students can
enjoy light refreshments. Payments for pavilion services are made at the
pavilion payment window only. The servers do not handle cash.
students: Foreign students wishing to study at KCITI must
fulfill the following requirements: => Produce a document supporting
their status must be
Passport/ Refugees- Protection letter from UNCHR/Resident Alien Cards
and certificates must be validated by the KNEC or Commission of Higher
an interview exam.
tuition fees for the whole term .
=> The student shall be only allowed in class after
receiving a pupil’s pass from immigration. In case of disapproval of the pupil’s pass by immigration the
tuition fee shall be refunded in full.
- Sports: Students
are expected to behave in a respectful manner while on training and on
official sports trips, whether as players or spectators. No drugs, alcohol
or any other form of intoxicants should be consumed before or during
- IPCM: Some
students desire to better prepare themselves for a life of Christian
service. The Institute of Practical Christian Ministry (IPCM) offers
in-depth Bible training leading to a certificate or diploma in Bible. All
KCITI students are eligible to enroll in the IPCM program at no extra
cost. This is an excellent opportunity to prepare oneself for Christian
ministry at the same time he/she qualifies in a technical field.
Examination: Mock exams will be provided for all externally
examined subjects. The dates and times of these examinations will be
posted on the notice boards.