Universities have Students Portals that enable students to get many services online at their convenience. To access the Student Portal, one must be a duly registered student. Once admitted to university, a student is given the Students Portal Log in credentials; Registration Numbers and Password.To Log onto the Co-Operative University of Kenya Students Portal, use the link; https://studentportal.cuk.ac.ke/portal/Here is a list of some of the common services that students get in the Students Portal, Once Logged in:
Financials that include information on:
Academics tab providing information and services on:
1. Time Table
2. Registration for Units
3. List of Registered Units
4. List of Attempted Unit(s)
5. Exam Card
6. Provisional Results
7. Provisional Results / Year
Hostel Booking; Here you can reserve a room even when you are on recess.
Password Resetting; In case you forget your Log in Password, you can easily reset it by using this tab.
THE CO-OPERATIVE UNIVERSITY OF KENYA ACADEMIC PROGRAMMES
The university admits qualified applicants for the following programmes which will be offered on Full Time and Part time modes of study at the Main Campus (Karen) and Nairobi Campus. Intakes are in January, May and September.
Admission of candidates to the Co-operative University of Kenya programmes is open to all persons without discrimination on race, ethnicity, political opinion, gender or physical ability.Application forms can either be obtained from the Admissions Office at the Co-operative University of Kenya, or downloaded here and should be submitted upon a payment of a non-refundable application fee of KSh. 2,000 for Postgraduate programmes, KSh. 1,500 for Bachelors programmes and KSh. 500 for Diploma and Certificate programmes.The application fees should be paid to the following account:Co-operative Bank of Kenya (Karen Branch) Account No. 01129062663600.Duly filled application forms and enquiries should be directed to:
THE REGISTRAR, (ACADEMIC AFFAIRS)
The Co-operative University of Kenya P.O. Box 24814-00502,