In a bid to rethink its expansion programme, Kenya Methodist University (KeMU) has moved to close three of its campuses in Kisii, Nakuru and Nyeri.
However, the Mombasa Campus survived the closure with the University management clarifying that “teaching and learning is going on uninterrupted at the campus.”
However, according to the University’s Vice Chancellor Prof. Maurice Okoth, the institution is likely to reopen its Nakuru Campus in what is seen as a turnaround on the management’s decision to close it down with the others.
According to the management, the institution has embarked on a programme to restructure its activities as well as cut costs.
KeMU has over 8,000 students and leads in training of science-related courses as a private university.