Dedan Kimathi University of Technology started as a community project in 1972 then known as Kimathi Institute of Technology (KIT), opening doors to its first students in 1978. KIT rapidly emerged as a leading institution in the country in the training of Certified Public Accountants.
It was upgraded to University status in 2007, and renamed Kimathi University College of Technology ( KUCT), a constituent college of Jomo Kenyatta University of Agriculture and Technology .
This institution operated as a constituent college for five years until 14th December, 2012 when it was upgraded to full university status after being granted a charter and renamed Dedan Kimathi University of Technology (DKUT). The grand ceremony of granting the charter was presided over by the president of the republic of Kenya, His Excellency Mwai Kibaki.
The Government appointed renowned educationist, scholar and education administrator Prof. S.O Keya as the first Chancellor. In addition the Government appointed a University Council composed of people with diverse experiences in various fields.
DKUT is already implementing an ambitious physical facilities development programme to support the realization of her Vision and Mission. The University has in place a magnificient Resource Centre, which is a multi-purpose facility whose two phases are complete now. It comprises Lecture theatres, Library, Laborotaries and offices for both administrative and academic staff.
In line with her vision of being a premier technology university excelling in quality Education, Research and Technology transfer, DKUT has put up expansive and well equipped Engineering workshops and supporting Physics and Chemistry laboratories.
Subsequent phases of development comprise two academic blocks, one to house ICT labs and lecture rooms . In addition, the university has constructed a spacious and magnificent dining facility and diverse sporting fields for her students.
The management of DKUT envisages that this institution will emerge as a unique technological University with a major impact on national development when it implements most of her development plans embedded in her vision whose blueprint is vision 2030.
It is located approximately 6 km from Nyeri along the Nyeri – Mweiga highway. The entire college land spans about 1,000 acres (4.0 km2) – consisting of 350 acres (1.4 km2) of natural forest, 350 acres (1.4 km2) of mature coffee and 300 acres (1.2 km2) of open space for expansion
Nyeri (Main Campus)
P.o Box 657 – 10100 – Nyeri, Kenya
Telephone: +254 061 2050000
Cell Phone: 0736456391 OR 0708 801853
Nairobi CBD Center, Union Towers
10th Floor Moi Avenue
(Junction of Moi avenue & Mama Ngina Street)
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