Yesterday, December 14th, the university attained KEBS requirements that they’ve been trying to get for the past two years.

“Attaining the ISO 9001:2015 was not a walk in the park. This is a major accomplishment for the university,”

said Vice Chancellor Henry Kiplagat.

The VC also ensured that the university would also improve its operations.

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KEBS Quality Assurance and Inspection director, Erick Chesire, presented the university its standards certificate and said that the certificate allows the university to demonstrate its commitment to best practice, efficiency, and sustainability.

“The Kebs management is proud to be associated with Kabarak. This certification allows the university to demonstrate its commitment to best practice, efficiency, and sustainability,” said Chesire.

KEBS will still monitor the varsity’s operations for three years to ensure they keep up with the high standards they’ve set so far.