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News From Partners:

Writing, health care and acting blend as passions for UCU student

UCU Public Health Student, Stella Mirembe By Yasiri J. Kasango Acting, health care and writing are Stella Mirembe’s passions. However, among the three, Mirembe would prefer she is not asked where her love is. She does not know.  During her secondary school, Mirembe spent time fine-tuning her acting skills. After the six years of acting […]


‘Passion for innovation made all things look possible’

Allan Kampame doing embroidery at his workplace Story and Photos By Eriah Lule Allan Kampame had just completed A’level and was facing a “long vacation” before starting his university education. What could he do to be productive with nine months? Kampame found the answer at Dembe Trading Company, a goods delivery firm that was operating […]


UCU, Next Media Services move closer to formalize partnership

David Mugawe, UCU Deputy Vice Chancellor for Finance and Administration (in a blue shirt), leads NBS staff on a guided tour around the Mukono campus on May 20. Photo by Ivor Sempa By Michael Kisekka and Yasiri J. Kasango Next Media Services and Uganda Christian University (UCU) are mooting a formal partnership where the two […]


Lockdown 2.0

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UCU Partners’ Bartels inspires e-lab program participants

Mark Bartels and Ashton Davey of UCU Partners pose with E-lab writers at the University in Mukono, Uganda, on May 18. Photo by Ivor Sempa By Eriah Lule and Jimmy Siyasa Donning a baby blue shirt, khaki pants and quasi-safari shoes, Mark Bartels arrived at The Standard community newspaper office just in time for the […]


Nyaika: How UCU taught me to serve humanity

Gilbert Nyaika in complete attire of the Uganda Police Force By Ivor Sempa and Jimmy Siyasa Adults, take note. Children are watching. Often, they dream of being like you. For Gilbert Nyaika, he looked up to three uncles who served in Uganda’s army, the Uganda People’s Defence Forces. He loved the way they conducted themselves and […]


Video entrepreneur: Business alum works for others, then himself

Mubezi sorts files on his computer at Kingdom Comix. Photos by Enock Wanderema By Enock Wanderema and Jimmy Siyasa When Isaac Mubezi qualified to join Uganda Christian University (UCU), his mother thought it imperative that he get accommodations in one of the University’s halls of residence. She gave him the money to meet the hostel […]


UCU fresh graduate mints cash out of ice cream

Reagan Moses Muyinda sells ice cream to a client. By Simon Omit and Dalton Mujuni When Uganda Christian University (UCU) convened on December 18, 2020, for a virtual graduation ceremony, not many graduands knew what was next in their lives in a world that had taken a beating from the Covid-19 pandemic.  The uncertainty did […]


From the Heart

Heartfelt greetings to you all from the heartland of the United States! Our family is doing well, and we pray yours is as well. It’s time for an update on our stay in Indiana as it comes to a close, and a preview of what our ministry, study and life will be like in Canada […]


UCU’s oldest building hits her centennial mark

By Esther Byoona Gray hair. Walking stick. Wrinkles. These are perfect descriptions of a centenarian. If that centenarian is a building, its architecture is likely to be a sharp contrast to that of other younger buildings around it. The appearance of Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) Bishop Tucker building, which will join the club of centenarians […]


Schools shut again as Uganda imposes new Covid-19 restrictions

A student (right) is assisted with loading her luggage on a boda-boda as the university closed on June 7. Photo by Jimmy Siyasa By Jimmy Siyasa The second Covid-19 wave is currently sweeping across Uganda, paralyzing life and livelihoods of many people. Education institutions have been hit, after Uganda’s President Yoweri Museveni shut them once […]


UCU Kampala Campus ends 18 years of wandering

When God says YES, nobody can say no! (2 Corinthians 1:20). This message from the Lord applies to Uganda Christian University’s (UCU) acquisition of its own home for the Kampala Campus despite the impact of Covid-19 that has ravaged the revenues of a number of Universities in Uganda. UCU acquired the sh2.5b ($705,417.6) half-acre piece […]


First UCU birding course students spread their wings

UCU Vice Chancellor Assoc. Prof. Aaron Mushegyezi (second from left) helps cut cake at the birding course graduation. Also pictured are Mrs. Mary Kajumba of the Private Sector Foundation, Assoc. Dean of the School of Business Mrs. Elsie Nsiyona and Dr. Martin Lwanga, the outgoing Dean of the School of Business. By Eriah Lule Forty […]


Following God’s Agenda: Todd and Patsy McGregor’s Journey in Missionary Service

SAMS is excited to announce the availability of two Missions Coaches for prospective missionaries seeking counsel in their discernment journey. Missions Coach Sarah Blaine is a former missionary to Cambodia who now lives in Colorado, church-planting with her husband, Jesse. Missions Coach Bishop Todd McGregor is a former missionary to Madagascar, and now lives in […]


I survived ADF captivity by God’s mercy

Joram Kule (lower right, in black) seated with his family in a displaced people’s camp at his village, after escaping from the ADF rebel captivity. Joram Kule is a theology student at Uganda Christian University. In 1999, Kule was abducted at age nine by the Allied Democratic Forces (ADF) rebel group that held him captive […]


UCU student strives to get fair wage labor for DR Congo mineral workers

Pamela in Democratic Republic of Congo By Yasiri J. Kasango The mineral-rich region where Pamela Mema was born in the Democratic Republic of Congo is playing a factor on who she becomes in life. Having grown up in Goma, the capital of North Kivu Province in eastern DR Congo, Mema saw firsthand how her kinsmen […]


Social justice activist puts servant leadership into action

The Rev. Liberty Muhereza, who has degrees in law and divinity from UCU, receives an award from the Uganda Police in recognition of ALARM’s contribution towards the improvement of the force. Courtesy photo. By Eriah Lule Muhereza means “servant leader” in various parts of Uganda. According to Forebears, the world’s largest database of name meanings […]


Post Covid-19 Lockdown: UCU relaxes fees for needy students

Students walk on campus during the Easter Semester By Israel Kisakye and Joseph Lagen The parents of Eriya Lule, a final-year student of Bachelor of Arts in Journalism and Communication at Uganda Christian University (UCU), are just emerging from the effects of the Covid-19 lockdown in 2020.  Lule’s father is a real estate broker, while […]


UCU appoints new deans, heads of departments

Some new UCU Deans and Heads of Departments present for announcement at a May 2021 function at the Hamu Mukasa University Library. Photo/ Israel Kisakye By Jimmy Siyasa The Uganda Christian University has announced a change of the guard within its faculties and departments.  The announcement was made by the university’s Deputy Vice Chancellor for […]


UCU’s engineering students help solve road construction challenge

UCU’s Civil Engineering students take measurements on Bishop Tucker Road in Mukono, recently. By Sempa Ivor and Joseph Lagen To them, it is coursework. To the community, it is a solution to a longstanding challenge. As Joseph Wasswa, 21, and Freanor Akora, 22, embark on pre-repair road tests on one of the roads adjacent to […]

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