Office of The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs)
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Welcome to the Office of the Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academic Affairs at the University of Nairobi. The Academic Division is one of the four top functional organs of the University of Nairobi headed by Deputy Vice Chancellors.

The Academic Division strives to meet all the demands of our internal and external customers to their satisfaction. Over the years, the Academic Division has continued to be the driving force in the efficient and effective management of academic programmes. Our emphasis has been on market driven programmes and involvement of all stakeholders in development of new programmes. Our focus is to ensure the University of Nairobi remains a world-class University committed to scholarly excellence.

In the process of providing leadership in high-level manpower training, the Academic Division has a crucial role in meeting the dynamic needs of various players in the academic arena.  Our commitment is in: “Promoting Excellence in Academic Programmes Management”.

Acting DVC (Academic Affairs) Prof. Julius Alexander Ogeng'o (BSc, MBChB, Ph.D MD)

The Office of Deputy Vice Chancellor in charge of Academic Affairs is the head administrative unit of the Academic Division. The holder of the position of The Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic Affairs) is Professor Julius Alexander Ogeng'o (BSc, MBChB, Ph.D MD), serves as the:

  • Chairman of Senior Lectureship Appointments Committee
  • Chairman, Deans Committee
  • Chairman, Graduation Committee

You can contact this office through the contacts listed below. The contact person you may make enquiries from is Ms. Mary Ganira.

Physical Address:          Main Campus, University of Naironbi

Postal Address:              P.O. BOX 30197 NAIROBI, 00100, GPO
Telephone Number:       +254 (020) 318262 Ext 28243, 28296



The former DVC Academic Affairs Prof. Henry Mutoro, B.Ed (Hons) in Geography, History and Education(UoN),M.A in Archaeology(UoN),C.Phil in Archaeology(UCLA),Ph.D in Archaeology(UCLA)










The former DVC Academic Affairs Prof. Kaimenyi tours the Commission for Higher Education (CHE)  Exhibition in Embu