When you first move to a new place, finding somewhere to live can be a daunting task. Ndejje University has many campuses, and good halls of residence geared to the needs of students. Others are also under construction. However, the University does not provide accommodation for married students. Such students must find their own accommodation. Anyone interested in the University accommodation should contact the Dean of Students, the Wardens and Custodians who are responsible for it.
The University has a students' health service providing medical facilities, free of charge, to students. It is maintained by a team of two Doctors, Nursing assistants , counselors and laboratory technicians on a full- time basis. The complicated cases are referred to Mengo Hospital in Kampala. Canteen servicesare provided for shopping basic life goods.
Ndejje University does not discriminate anybody on the basis of religion; all religions are recognized. Hence it has several religious associations, including Protestants, Catholics, the Seventh Day Adventists, Moslems and the Pentecostals. Each association freely organizes the weekly worship and other religious functions as deemed fit, as long as it aims at promoting the well-being of the students and the University through encouraging positive religious values. However, the Protestants and Catholics have Chaplains assisted by several priests in the University. '
Each Department at Ndejje University has a system of student advisors who can provide information and advice on a range of issues, including personal, academics and financial matters. Similarly, psychological and counseling services are freely and confidentially provided to all students. Hence the scheme acts as guidance to students.
Sports and Recreation:
Life in Ndejje University is not about studying alone. There are also excellent sports facilities to help every student make the best of his/her spare time. One doesn't have to be a world champion to take part -Ndejje University caters for a diverse range of interests at all levels of ability. The University provides facilities and opportunities for a wide range of sports and recreation. These include playgrounds for football, volleyball, rugby, badminton, darts, netball, table tennis, lawn tennis, softball, basketball, chess, and other indoor games. Other recreational activities include clubs, social activities, and cultural events, to mention just a few. Students normally take part in those activities from 5.00 to 7.00 pm during the week days, and from 3.00 to 6.00 pm during week -ends. Ndejje University is a renowned powerhouse in the inter-university sports competitions, both in Uganda and East Africa, particularly in athletics. All students, both females and males, compete under their halls of residence. In fact most students' social activities are organized by students in their halls of competition. Ndejje University has extended its tentacles of success to the World University games during the last 10 years. It has fielded the biggest number of participants for the national joint universities' team to the World University Games in China, Korea and Turkey. Ndejje University has also constantly fielded participants in national teams like the 2005 Olympics in Athens, Greece; the 2006 Common wealth Games in Australia; the World Cross Country in India, Japan, etc. During the last five years, the University has sent 13 athletic students to American and European Universities on sports related scholarship basis. Such Universities like Arkansas, Boise State University (Indiana), Bethune -Cookman College (Florida), etc. have some students from Ndejje University under athletics scholarships.
Students Organizations, Societies and Clubs:
The multi-cultural student community at Ndelie University has naturally led to the formation of several associations! clubs meant to promote cultural events. These also provide a fascinating insight into the various cultural styles enjoyed by the various students in the University. Thus several students' associations of particular tribes, district or regions are glaring examples of student clubs/organizations set up to uphold cultural diversity.
Information Technology (IT) Services:
Information and Communications Technology is an important part of students' studies at Ndejje University. IT Services are on hand at all its three campuses to provide students the facilities they need to make their life at Ndejje University a success. They are important research and learning resources.
Postal, Telephone and Internet Services:
There are postal, telephone, and wireless internet facilities within the University. Students are also free to acquire and use their own mobile telephones and Portable computer sets.
For any inquiries, Contact the Dean of Students' Office at:
Main Campus, Ndejje Hill, Luweero District. and
Kampala Campus, Balintuma Road , Mengo.
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