Student Affairs Division

Dean of Students

Dr Munyaradzi Madambi

Doctor of Philosophy degree (UZ), MA in Philosophy degree (UZ) and BA Honours in Philosophy degree (UZ) degrees, Postgraduate Diploma in Tertiary Education (Potchefstroom, RSA) and a Diploma in Leadership Development (Zim).

Phone:           +263-4-303211 Ext 21000

Fax: +263-4-333407/335249

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The Student Affairs Division’s vision is to provide an environment that lead to full development of human potentialities in all students regardless of gender, creed, race, religion or social class. Guided by this vision, the Division endeavours to nurture responsible and full grown adults by modeling efficiency and effectiveness in the excellent delivery of (a) counseling and advisory services, (b) student health services, (c) sport and recreational services, (d) chaplaincy and ecumenical services, (e) accommodation services, and (e) support services for students and staff with disabilities.

The Division’s core values are Integrity, Community Consciousness and Culture of Service, Responsibility and Accountability, Ethical Behavior and Gender Sensitivity, Diligence and Transparency, Sensitivity to special and different needs, and Standards of Excellence.

The Division’s Key Result Areas include (i) Provision of high quality and user-friendly Counseling and Advisory Services relating to career guidance: teaching and training students how to teach their peers on individual and collective freedoms and liberties, rights, responsibilities, gender and constitutional issues; depression and stress management; choice/decision making processes, as well as topical issues such as environmentalism, HIV and AIDS, etc; (ii) Efficient, transparent and effective utilization of residential facilities as learning, recreational and income generating centers; (iii) Provision of adequate, functional and state of the art sporting and recreational facilities.; (iv) Provision of high quality health care facilities and health education; (v) Offering a wide range of Chaplaincy and Ecumenical Services for diverse students and University wide community; (vi) Provision of appropriate and user-friendly facilities, equipment and services for students with disabilities; (vii) Development and guidance of students for life skills and future leadership through clubs and student leadership structures.