EXPECTED LEARNING OUTCOME:
Students’ Welfare Needs: Counseling on career needs, Mental health, Physical health and Disabilities; Social support needs, Financial Problems, Conduct and Behavioural issues.
Student Welfare Policy: Monitoring needs of students; Counseling students in need particularly those with disabilities, Protecting students confidentiality, Providing accurate and up-dated advice and guidance to staff and students, Proactively meeting students’ welfare needs in a fair and transparent manner.
Students Welfare Programmes: Accommodation services, Reception of new students, Students’ development, Management of residential life, Campus services, Campus food and catering services, Assistance to staff and students in need.
Administration of Students Welfare: Functions of Students Welfare Administration – Welfare induction, Development of training and publicity material, Maintaining record of interrupting, returning and repeating students, Explaining detailed institutional procedures to students, Transfer essential useful information, Liaison with on campus and off campus support agencies, Dealing with complaints of students, Effective problem solving.
- Module Team: Dr Jean Baptiste Ndagijimana