A Record Enrolment Year

Third year student Willy Cheriyuot speaks during the first Chapel of 2013 on 24 January.

Third year student Willy Cheriyuot speaks during the first Chapel of 2013 on 24 January.

43 — that’s how many men and women are enrolled as full-time students at African Christian College in 2013. This the largest enrolment in the college’s history and we’re excited to see what these students will do after they graduate.

Seventeen first year students joined our second and third year classes for study this month. This entering class includes a couple of students from Burundi, a nation in East Africa — our first students from this country. We also celebrate having eleven Swazi students in our curriculum, our largest Swaziland enrolment in several years.

2013 statistics are included in this post.

Here are statistics from our 2013 enrolment:

TOTAL NUMBER OF STUDENTS

  • Students: 43
  • Student Family Members: 14
  • 4 unenrolled spouses, 10 children

 

STUDENT COUNTRIES

  • Burundi – 2
  • Lesotho – 1
  • Kenya – 14
  • Malawi – 4
  • South Africa – 1
  • Swaziland – 11
  • Uganda – 1
  • Zambia – 8
  • Zimbabwe – 1

 

STUDENTS BY GENDER

TOTAL MALE STUDENTS – 27

  • Single Males – 15
  • Married Males –  12

TOTAL FEMALE STUDENTS – 16

  • Single Females –
  • Married Females – 10

STUDENT MAJORS*

  • Counselling – 18
  • Leadership – 6
  • Ministry – 2
  • Undeclared – 17 (first years)

*All students are theology students and their “major” indicates their specialized area of study. Many have received biblical training at other institutions before coming to ACC for a bachelor’s degree.

 

 

 

 

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