Tangaza University College Admission Letters Downloading Procedures
The Tangaza University College Admission Letters has been released and now available on the Student Portal.
Download Tangaza University College Admission Letters here, See how to download Tangaza University College Admission Letters below,
The KUCCPS releases the Admission letters for Candidates whose names were in the Admission Lists released by KUCCPS for admission into the Institution.
Download the Admission Letters of Tangaza University College and get admitted into the University, it is usually downloaded from the institution’s student portal but in some cases, it is download directly from the institution’s official Website.
How to Download Tangaza University College Admission Letters
- Go to http://kuccps.net
- Log in to your account
- Download Admission Letter
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On 30 October 1987, in the presence of the Pro-Nuncio, the College was blessed and formally inaugurated by His Eminence Maurice Cardinal Otunga, Archbishop of Nairobi. The enrolment at Tangaza College (as it is now legally known) has continued to increase since 1987. In the academic year 2010-2011, a total of 1241 students, 494 of these in the School of Theology, were studying in the College.
On 3 November 1992, the charter of the Catholic University of Eastern Africa (CUEA) was granted by the President of Kenya. With the conferring of this charter and in accordance with the terms of the document, Convention for the Constituent Colleges of Catholic University of Eastern Africa, 1997, Tangaza College is recognized as a constituent College of CUEA. While remaining administratively autonomous, Tangaza College is an integral part of the main University (CUEA) for academic purposes. Over the years a number of Institutes have been affiliated to the College or have been established as integrated Institutes of the College:
In November 1995, the Tangaza then Board of Governors approved the Institute of Social Ministry in Mission (ISMM) and it became an integral part of Tangaza College.
In May 1996, Christ the Teacher Institute for Education (CTIE) was accepted by the Board of Governors as an affiliated Institute of Tangaza College. In August 1996, the Tangaza Board of Governors approved the Institute of Spirituality and Religious Formation (ISRF) and it became an integral part of Tangaza College.
In November 1998 Amani Counselling and Training Centre was academically affiliated to Tangaza College.
In May 1999, The Maryknoll Institute of African Studies (MIAS) was academically affiliated to Tangaza College.
In November 2002 the Board of Governors approved that the Social Communication Department of the School of Theology be upgraded to an Institute of Social Communication (ISC). It was inaugurated in March 2003 on Tangaza Day and became an integrated Institute of Tangaza College. In November 2002, the Board of Governors approved the Institute of Youth Ministry (IYM) as an integrated Institute of Tangaza College. It received its first students in August 2003.
Beginning in August 2007, Tangaza College entered into a Memorandum of Understanding with DePaul University Chicago – School for New Learning, through which a Bachelors degree programme in Leadership and Management was put on offer under the Institute of Spirituality and Religious Formation. This degree is currently in transition and will become a Kenyan degree accredited by the Commission for Higher Education by 2014. The collaboration with DePaul University has given rise to the Centre for Leadership and Management.