Students and Campus Life

Kamuzu College of Nursing is the perfect choice for your academic study. The college offers a supportive and caring campus environment for you to develop socially, physically, intellectually and spiritually.

We have a profound commitment to the diversity of our community and are focused on cultivating a respectful and inclusive environment where individuals with varying points of view and a broad range of life  experiences can engage with and learn from one another.
The Dean of Students serves as a strong advocate for student needs and helps to shape an appreciation for student life at the College by forging tighter links of collaboration with all colleagues who are stakeholders in the quality of the student experience. She provides student affairs leadership and oversees those who lead essential student programs, services and
initiatives that make KCN home such as health and wellness, campus and community involvement, spiritual life and a network of support.

When you come to KCN, you will find countless opportunities and incredible support to help you along the way. Through our wide array of programs and services, we provide opportunities and experiences that build community, help you grow personally and professionally and create a
place that you can call home now and throughout your life. We offer a huge variety of exciting activities outside the classroom enriching the lives of our students, staff and faculty members and contributing to a vibrant, collaborative and diverse campus community that inspires excellence.

As one of the largest Nursing and Midwifery Colleges in Southern Africa, we have many students who come here to study every year, so you will meet plenty of people, make life-long friends, get involved in an active student community on all of our campuses and have a fantastic social life

Janet Botha, Dean of Students

Each day brings new experiences that allow students to engage their passions.

Student Organisations and Activities
Sports and Recreation

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