Students Support

Blended Teaching and Learning

The School, since the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, adopted blended teaching and learning to maintain continuity and student progress. This entailed a combination of online classes and face-to-face learning with strict adherence to the Ministry of Health protocols.   


The University of Nairobi awards over a hundred scholarships to the best performing students each year. Recommendations for the award is done by a joint GS/Deans/Directors committee. The scholarship programme does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, colour, sex, religion or disability. 

For information on scholarships you can visit the following Graduate School site:


Health Services 

The University Health Services (UHS) provides health services to students and staff. The main students and staff clinics are situated at the Main Campus, off state house road, and are opened 24 hours daily. Satelite clinics are situated in various campuses of Kikuyu, Upper Kabete, Lower Kabete, Kenyatta National Hospital, Chiromo, Kisumu, Mombasa, Kibwezi, Parklands and Kenya Science. These satelite clinics are open from 8am-5pm with coverage for nights and weekends for emergencies. 

Outpatient services that are not available at the UHS are outsourced from other providers. Inpatient services are offered at the students and staff Hospital, Kenyatta National Hospital, and other major hospitals in line with the existing health policies for students and staff and their dependents.

For more information visit 

Contacts: University Health Services,

Off State House Road,


Tel: 0204913301 or 0204913310