Office of The Provost

Spiritual and Student Affairs

Reverend Justus Mutuku
Ag. University Provost

The University Provost (Spiritual & Student Affairs)

Rev. Justus Mutuku is an esteemed leader and ordained minister entrusted with the vital role of University Provost (Spiritual & Student Affairs) at Kabarak University. In this capacity, he oversees the spiritual and student welfare aspects of the institution, playing a pivotal role in fostering an environment conducive to holistic growth and development.

As the Ag. University Provost, Rev. Mutuku assumes the responsibilities of deputizing for the Vice-Chancellor in his absence, as well as for the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Academic & Finance), ensuring continuity and effective leadership in all facets of university operations.

With a profound dedication to his faith and calling, Rev. Mutuku brings a wealth of experience and expertise to his current role. A distinguished preacher of the gospel of Jesus Christ, he has faithfully served the African Inland Church Kenya as an ordained minister, exemplifying a deep commitment to spiritual guidance and mentorship.

Before his tenure at Kabarak University, Rev. Mutuku served as a youth and associate pastor at A.I.C. Milimani-Nairobi, where his dynamic leadership positively impacted the lives of congregants for over a decade. His passion for education and theological scholarship led him to engage in teaching roles at esteemed institutions such as Makueni Bible School and Africa International University (formerly NEGST) in Nairobi, where he imparted invaluable knowledge in Bible studies, theology, and pastoral care.

He also served as the Kabarak University Chaplain for ten years before being appointed as the acting provost in December 2023. Here, he was committed to fostering an environment of spiritual support for faculty, staff, and students at Kabarak University.

Rev. Mutuku's professional affiliations include membership in the Africa Society of Evangelical Theology (ASET), Bioethics Societies of Kenya (BSK), and the National Association of University and College Chaplains (NAUCC), reflecting his commitment to scholarly discourse and pastoral care within academic and religious communities.

His academic credentials underscore his dedication to lifelong learning and intellectual pursuit. Rev. Mutuku holds a Master of Divinity in Theological Studies from Africa International University (Kenya), a Master of Arts in Bioethics from Trinity International University (USA), a Bachelor of Theology from Kenya Methodist University (Kenya) and a diploma in Bible and Theology from Moffat College of the Bible (Kenya). Additionally, his diverse educational background includes a Certificate in Laboratory Technician from Kenya Polytechnic (Kenya), demonstrating a multifaceted approach to personal and professional development.

Rev. Justus Mutuku's unwavering commitment to spiritual leadership, academic excellence, and student welfare makes him an invaluable asset to Kabarak University, embodying the institution's ethos of service, integrity, and holistic education.

Dean of Students

The Dean of Students coordinates all the activities of the department and represents the department in the University Senate and other organs of the University.

Services Offered

Student Counseling (group and individual), Overseeing the University Students Association, Registration of Students’ Clubs, Career advice and Guidance, Public Educative Lectures, Sports and games, Student Financial Aid, Partnership with the HELB (Higher Education Loans Board), Orientation of first year students, Partnership with other university department

Dr. Dorcas Githaiga
Dean of Students

Chaplaincy Department

The Chaplaincy department is committed to making the University a center of expression of Christian faith, piety and service. We do this by cultivating a spiritually formative environment for Kabarak University Community through Christian practices that involve us in God’s activity in the world. We uphold activities that draw people near to God such as worship, Bible study, prayer, mid-week fellowships, mission outreach and discipleship. Below is a highlight of the main programs:

At Kabarak University, we believe that communal worship is a God-given avenue of expressing our unity and appreciation of diversity as members of one family.

Rev. Laban Kiplagat Kittony
Ag. University Chaplain

Our Moral Code

As members of Kabarak University family, we purpose at all times and in all places, to set apart in one’s heart, Jesus as Lord. (1 Peter 3:15)


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