Message from Alumni Office
We welcome you to join the Kenya Institute of Mass Communication (KIMC) alumni. As an alumnus of KIMC, you can partner with us in a number of ways. You can get in touch with us using the contacts below:
Kenya Institute of Mass Communication
P.O. BOX 42422 – 00100 NAIROBI
Tel. +254 20 551555 Fax: +254 20 554566
Who Becomes KIMC Alumnus/Alumnae?
• All graduates of Kenya Institute of Mass Communication Alumni are members of the alumni association.
• KIMC students
• Corporate firm or individual who may wish to identify with the Institute.
The Alumni shall comprise of six classes of members:
Sports Officer: Vincent Ochieng
An old saying goes, “Work without play makes Jack a dull boy”. KIMC places great importance in co-curricular activities and the institute considers it part and parcel of training. Every year, our students take part in KETISA sporting activities, drama festivals, and music festivals. Apart from inter-college activities, the institute holds a yearly cultural week where various talents are showcased.
The institute provides students with great opportunities to meet and interact with others who may have similar interests. To cater for these, the institute has allowed the formation of various clubs under the office of the dean of students. These clubs include the following:
• Mazingira club
• AIDS control unit
• Film club
• Kiswahili club (Chakitama)
• Electronics club
The institute is non-denominational and every trainee is free to practice his/ her faith. To coordinate religious the office works with student appointed group Patrons. However, each one must be aware of the rights of others and the requirements of their course. The trainees are free to join any of the following religious groups:
• Young Christian Society group
• Seventh Day Adventist group
• Christian Union.
• Muslim student group
KIMC encourages students to run their affairs through their association, the Trainee Board Organization. Their chairman and other office bearers provide an important link between the administration and students. The trainees channel their problems and concerns through the dean of students. The student leaders are democratically elected without due influence from the administration.
The office of the Dean of Students is responsible for the handling welfare issues from entry to graduation. The office offers help to students in their bid to adjust to life in the Institute. The office offers the following services
• Chaplaincy services
• Counseling services
• Student Entertainment Services
• Students Orientation Programmes
• Co curricular activities.
• Supervision and facilitation of student organization TBO (Trainee Board Organization) and other students interest groups.
The office guides students when they have you have a problem and don't know how to proceed; when they are not sure of your rights in particular situations and when they need information about institute rules and regulations. The office also coordinates all the co-curricular activities.
In the performance of his duties, the dean is deputized by two able assistants
Dean of Students: Mwangi Kithure
Assistant Dean of Students: Judith Okello
Assistant Dean of Students: John Wambulwa
Counseling Unit: Faith Njeri
Patron, Seventh Day Adventist: Jared Manyara
Patron, Christian Union: George Chege
Patron, Young Christian Society: Michael Rota
Patron, Muslim student group: Abdrizak Guyo
Patron, Mazingira club: Joshua Komen
Patron, Sub-AIDS control unit: Mercy Warui
Patron, Drama club: Wycliffe Buhere
Patron, Film club: Charles Manyara
Patron, Kiswahili club: (Chakitama):
Patron, Electronics club: Doulas Gachanja
Patron, Journalism club: Joshua Komen