Due to the recent closure of the University through a government directive on Friday 26th March 2021 the Kenya Highlands University Senate held a meeting on the Special Senate Meeting on 31st March 2021 to deliberate on the way forward on current semester’s pending classes. During the meeting, it was resolved that the 2nd, 3rd, and 4th year students will continue with the remainder of the semester’s classes through ODeL. These classes will resume through the University’s ODeL LMS starting on 19th April 2021 and the current (Face-to-Face) timetable will be used to minimize confusion. The Office of ODeL will have a students’ virtual refresher training for those who still need help/support on how to use ODeL on Tuesday 13th April 2021 starting at 10am. Please use the KHU ODeL portal (https://elearning.khu.ac.ke) to login to the ODeL LMS. For more information see the memo
Kenya Highlands University marked a stamp of authentication on its current student/staff management system – AMIS. With the support of the ICT department the institution was able to fully and legally acquire the management system through a contract signing of a software development agreement done by the vendor/developer Kichwen Service Limited and Client/users Kenya Highlands University (ICT Director – Mr. Joseph Koech & Vice Chancellor/CEO – Prof. Wilson Lang’at). The Deputy Vice Chancellor Prof. Robert Lang’at served as the prime witness in this process.
This Software Development & Consulting Services agreement would now ensure that user’s both students and staff would receive the full range of system module features of AMIS including modules that will greatly facilitate operations in the following departments;
- Dean of Students
Aside from these critical upgrades to the system, the AMIS system with due process shall be accessible to students/staff online everywhere across the globe.