We are happy to present to you the Machakos University 7th Graduation List – 2023. The Chancellor, Machakos University, on behalf of the University Council, Management Board and Senate has released the names of successful graduands.
All successful graduands can check their names below or on the university website.1“Graduation List -April 2023.” Mksu.Ac.Ke, https://www.mksu.ac.ke/student-communication/updated-graduation-list-april-2023/. Accessed 26 Apr. 2023.
MACHAKOS UNIVERSITY (MKSU) 7TH GRADUATION LIST FOR 2023
Machakos University (MKSU) is proud to announce its 7th Graduation Ceremony, which will take place on the 28th of April, 2023, at 8:00 am. The event will be held at the Machakos University Graduation Square, and this year’s theme is “Enhancing Science, Technology, and Innovation Capacity for the Digital Economy.” In this blog post, we will provide you with essential information regarding examination results, the list of graduands, verification of academic records and order of names, clearance and fees, academic attire, and punctuality.
Before the graduation ceremony, it is crucial for students to check their examination results to ensure they have met the requirements for their respective programs. Students can access their examination results through the university’s online portal. In case of any discrepancies, students are advised to contact their respective department heads or the university’s examination office for clarification and rectification.
List of Graduands
Machakos University has released the list of graduands for the 7th Graduation Ceremony. To verify if you are among the graduating students, please visit the following link: https://www.mksu.ac.ke/student-communication/updated-graduation-list-april-2023/
It is essential to go through the list and confirm your details, including your name, degree or diploma, and registration number. If you find any inaccuracies, report them immediately to the university’s academic registrar for correction.
Verification of Academic Records and Order of Names
Before the graduation ceremony, all graduands are required to verify their academic records and the order of their names. To do this, visit the academic registrar’s office with your original academic documents, such as transcripts and certificates. The verification process ensures that your academic records are accurate and up-to-date.
After verifying your academic records, make sure your name is in the correct order on the graduation list. If your name is not in the right order, or there are any spelling errors, report these issues to the academic registrar immediately for correction.
Clearance and Fees
To participate in the graduation ceremony, all graduands must complete the necessary clearance procedures and pay the required fees. The clearance process typically involves:
- Settling any outstanding fees or debts with the university
- Returning borrowed books and other items to the university library
- Clearing with the respective department or faculty
Graduation fees should be paid by the deadline set by the university. Failure to pay the fees by the due date may result in your exclusion from the graduation list. Please contact the university’s finance office for more information about the graduation fees and payment methods.
Graduands are required to wear the appropriate academic attire for the graduation ceremony. The attire typically consists of a gown, hood, and mortarboard (cap). The specific design and color of the attire depends on the degree or diploma being awarded.
Machakos University has designated suppliers for the academic attire. Graduands should contact these suppliers to rent or purchase their academic attire well in advance of the ceremony. Remember to try on your attire before graduation day to ensure it fits properly and that all components are present.
All graduands and their guests are expected to arrive at the Machakos University Graduation Square early on the day of the ceremony. Graduands should be seated by 7:30 am, as the procession will commence promptly at 8:00 am. Latecomers may not be allowed to participate in the procession or the ceremony.