kca@kca.ac.ke +254 715 532 187


We are faced with challenging times with the confirmation of COVID-19 cases in Kenya so far declared a pandemic by WHO. The University Management is proactive and has put in place baseline precautions in a bid to curb the scourge of corona virus.

In line with President Uhuru Kenyatta’s address to the nation, learning in all education institutions has been suspended to heighten the fight against the spread of COVID -19.

Consequently, KCA University shall remain closed with effect from 17th March 2020. Deans/ Directors, Heads of Campuses, ICT team and Security team will remain on campus to provide essential services. Further communication regarding staff and student activities for the remainder of the trimester will be forth coming.

The University has put in place a front line team to assist students during the period from 8 a.m to 4 p.m on Monday to Friday by using the contacts below.

University Communication Lines: health_safety@kca .ac.ke; hotline +245 795 30 30 30


For Yourself;

  • Wash hands with plenty of flowing water and soap – 20 seconds.
  • Use Alcohol based sanitizer when soap and water is not available.
  • Don’t touch hands and mouth or nose.
  • Keep distance of at least 1 metre, 3 feet from anyone coughing or sneezing.
  • Avoid contacts e.g. handshakes, hugs, use non touch greetings

For your Family;

  • Sneeze and cough into tissue and dispose immediately or sneeze into inner elbow.
  • Avoid unnecessary travel and visiting crowded areas.
  • Wear a mask if you are sick or taking care of a sick patient.

For The Community;

  • Seek medical attention if feeling sick.
  • Stay indoors and contact ministry of health hotlines for advise
  • For information call 719 or SMS #719.
  • HOTLINES – 0800721316, 0732353535, 0729471414
  • Avoid sharing misleading messages and check authenticity before forwarding


Prof. Noah Ochieng Midamba, PHD.
Professor of Defense & Foreign Policy.
Vice Chancellor & CEO.