News & Events

Dear expected graduand,

Congratulations for your achievement so far. Kindly find the list of students cleared for graduation so far here.              

Kindly confirm the correctness and order of your names, specialization and the course on the list.

Any corrections should be brought to the attention of the Registrar by Thursday 10th October 2019, failure to which the details presented here will be presumed to be correct.

Please note that any request for corrections coming after certificates are developed will be penalized.

This list shall be updated as further names are cleared by senate.

Academic Registrar



Subject to approval by the University Senate, the May-August 2019 Semester Examination results are herewith released.

A Student with any query may get in touch with respective Heads of Departments.


On Thursday, September 12, we held our Convocation Ceremony preceded by the Holy Mass under the theme, “Professionalism, Ethics and Catholic Values”. The Principal Celebrant of Holy Eucharistic Celebration was Most Rev. Hubertus Matheus Maria Van Megen the Apostolic Nuncio to Kenya and South Sudan.

In his opening speech, our VC, Very Rev. Prof. Stephen Mbugua appreciated the newly appointed Nuncio to Kenya and South Sudan Most Rev. Hubertus Van Megen for his second visit to the University and welcomed the CUEA Family to the mass and promising a New Semester full of God’s blessings.

The Apostolic Nuncio during his homily encouraged the CUEA fraternity to live in love as love is a gift from God and God is love. He urged students to put trust in the Lord for the Lord to build their academic course. “God gives time just as a good teacher gives time to the student to study for exams, so as a student use your time wisely”, he further added.

After the homily, the Nuncio signed attestation for the new lectures in the institute of Canon Law, that is, Fr.Ferdinand Lugonzo Makaka and Sr. Rose Awiti on behalf of the mother church.

During the academic procession led by the University Registrar, Dr. Simon Kang’ethe, the VC urged the CUEA family to be genuine in seeking truth in learning and gaining skills on how to solve issues that arise. He urged students to create positive energy in learning and to satisfy their academic endeavour through adaptive curiosity and contributing to create a greater University.” We offer scholarships to the needy students and we have also created Biometrics for security purposes at the University”, he said as he declared the 2019/2020 academic year officially opened.

Rt. Rev. Paul Kariuki Njiru, the Bishop, Embu Catholic Diocese and Chairman, KCCB Commission for Education and Religious Education urged students to be obedient and passionate in their academic journey as they follow the University’s motto” Consecrate them in the Truth”.

“Embrace and reflect on catholic values, dignity and community service as a Catholic University as the catholic values make you to be different from other learning institutions”, remarked the Apostolic Nuncio.


Dear ongoing students,

The deadline for registration of units has been extended by one week. So, you are expected to make necessary arrangements for registration by close of business September 27, 2019.

All Students should abide by the registration time-line indicated after which no student shall be permitted to attend lectures if he/she is not registered.

Academic Registrar


I welcome you to this new academic year.

As per the CUEA tradition and best practice you are called to observe and adhere to the following obligatory requirements:

  1. Registration of units on offer for the September/December 2019 Semester. Deadline for registration of units is September 20, 2019 by 5.00 pm. Please note, no student is permitted to attend lectures if he/she is not registered (see section of the student’s handbook
  1. Further to this, you are expected to enroll your biometrics data at the ICT Office and thereafter clock in and out for every lecture as part of:
    1. Security
    2. Alignment to time-tabling
    3. Fee checking
    4. Clearance for examination.

NB:   1.2.1 Within the first two weeks of lectures (i.e., the first three weeks of the semester), a student may change a unit registered for, during the registration period in consultation with the Head of Department or representative. Any course(s) registered for remains on permanent records in the student’s file after this deadline.

Academic Registrar




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