What to bring
The Bible is the main book of study and you should bring your own copy, preferably a New International Version, which will be used in class. A concordance, Bible dictionary or other study material will be useful but not essential as they are available in the College library.
You are also required to bring your own beddings and a mosquito net. Students are not allowed to bring personal televisions.
Accommodation and food
Students are accommodated in dormitories. Two people stay in each room. Married couples stay in separate houses each with its washing and toilet facilities.
Students receive three meals per day plus mid-morning and evening tea. They are required to help kitchen staff on a regular basis.
Married students may bring up to two small children. A play school is provided for them. They obtain food from the college kitchen for themselves and their children. Parents must meet any additional food items required for the children, beyond the normal menu for students.
While at Kaniki I have grown a lot in character; I have a new tolerance for other people.
Mike Mweemba – student 2010-2011
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(In the second term classes start 30 minutes later).
0630 – 0700 Devotion
0700 – 0730 Breakfast
0730 – 0820 Teaching session
0830 – 0920 Teaching Session
0920 – 1040 Tea Break
1040 – 1130 Teaching session
1140 - 1230 Teaching Session
1230 - 1500 Lunch Break
1500 – 1650 Teaching Session*
*Afternoon lessons may take the form of lectures, agriculture practical, sports or assigned studies.
Evening activities include fellowship, study, prayer meetings, tapes or video teaching, relaxation.
Students may go out of campus for a free weekend once a month.
A student may be suspended or even expelled from the College for the following reasons:
- Excessive absence from class.
- Conduct judged to be out of harmony with the standards of the College.
- Financial irresponsibility.
- Giving misleading information at your interview or to the faculty.
- The use of tobacco, alcoholic beverages and illicit drugs, both at the Bible College premises and outside.
- Unwholesome behavior towards the opposite sex. Students are expected to be above reproach, avoiding “all appearance of evil” in relationships.