Applying to JOOUST
Applying to JOOUST
Is the admission number same as the registration number?
The admission number is the same as the registration number
How do I download my admission letter?
- Visit the website: www.jooust.ac.ke
- Then click on the “download admission letter” on the right side of the page.
- Thereafter, key in your index number and year of K.C.SE examination. For example: “000000/2017”.
- Then click on the search bar.
What am I required to come with on the day of reporting?
- Original bank payment slip duly stamped and signed. (For school fees and accommodation)
- Medical form that is already filled with your details. You are required to go to the hospital with this form, to be examined by the doctor and thereafter have it filled.
- Passport photos (carry 4 copies)
- Print out of the admission letter. You are required to fill 2 copies.
- Certificates Carry both (Original and photocopies)
- National ID and K.C.SE result slip. (Original and photocopies)
- Personal items such as blanket, bedsheet, toothpaste bags, clothes, books & pens. If you will be enrolling for accommodation in the University hostels do not carry a mattress as it will be provided.
How do I get my admission/registration number?
Your admission number is the same as your registration number, as contained in your admission letter. For example: “ED/0005/2015”. Kindly refer above for the steps of downloading the admission letter.
Does the University have accommodation for students?
JOOUST offers accommodation on first come, first serve basis. Priority is given to the first years followed by other students (If available). JOOUST also recommends hostels that have been vetted by the University within the neighborhood.
As a student outside Campus, how do I access my reading materials?
Staff and students will not have access to the library on campus for the duration of the closure. However, the Library services are available through off-campus access: http://lib.jooust.ac.ke/ upon registration of courses.
The Library team is also available to assist students through the JOOUST lib facebook page.
How do I gain access to online classes if I do not have reliable internet connection at home?
The University has negotiated for discounted internet connectivity for students through a partnership with Safaricom and KNET. For now, all students are providing their own connectivity. Should you experience any difficulty in making connectivity to your online classes, and for further inquiries, please contact your Dean.
I had received admission for the September 2020 intake. With the Covid-19 situation in the country, will the semester still go on?
Yes. September classes will commence on September, 2020 via online platform. The first Semester, September - December 2020 for the Academic Year 2020/2021 will begin on 21st September, 2020 through a blended online mode of study. Online orientation of registered students is ongoing up to Monday, 21st to Friday, 25th September, 2020. The Orientation programme as well as instructions on how to join our online platform are available on our website (jooust.ac.ke) under “students’ orientation 2020.” Page.