This are resources that support the Center.



Who We Are The Commission for University Education (CUE) is a body corporate established by an Act of Parliament, Universities Act, No. 42 of 2012 as the successor to the Commission for Higher Education (CHE) which was established under Universities Act Cap 210B of 1985. The Commission was established to make better provisions for the advancement of quality university education in Kenya, which entails regulating and accrediting universities and universities academic programmes, among other functions.


Policies are set rules and guidelines that control different aspects of academic and administrative activities in a university setting. These policies address things like financial processes, teacher obligations, research ethics, and student conduct in addition to academic requirements. Our University have policies in place to make sure that various departments and divisions operate consistently, fairly, and effectively. By establishing clear expectations and ensuring compliance with legal requirements and standards, policies help control risks by offering guidance on matters such as safety and ethical behavior. They also foster fairness. Policies also improve accountability, expedite decision-making, and maintain high standards in research and teaching. All things considered, university policies are essential to establishing a disciplined and well-run atmosphere that supports the institution's mission and objectives.


The Commonwealth of Learning (COL) is an intergovernmental organization that promotes and facilitates the use of open and distance learning in Commonwealth countries. Established in 1987, COL aims to provide access to quality education and training through innovative approaches, including the use of technology. It collaborates with governments, institutions, and other stakeholders to develop policies, share best practices, and build capacity in the field of open and distance learning. COL focuses on addressing the challenges of education, skills development, and lifelong learning, particularly in regions where traditional educational methods may be limited. COL partnered with JOOUST to build capacity and walk along way in establishing fair ICT ready environment for teaching and learning for prosperity of technology based learning.


VLIR-UOS facilitates collaborations between Flemish universities or universities of applied sciences and arts in Flanders and their counterparts in partner countries. Together, they seek solutions to both global and local challenges.

VLIR-UOS collaborates with JOOUST to address global challenges such as climate change, ICT, and capacity building at the university level. This partnership extends their global impact well beyond the borders of Belgium, Europe, and South America.


Regulations are pivotal for the effective functioning of the Centre for E-Learning at Jaramogi Oginga Odinga University of Science and Technology (JOOUST). They serve as a comprehensive framework to uphold the institution's academic standards, ensuring the delivery of high-quality e-learning experiences. These guidelines foster consistency and standardization in instructional design, content delivery, and assessment methods, contributing to a uniform learning environment for all students. Additionally, regulations address critical aspects such as academic integrity, data security, and privacy, safeguarding the interests of both students and faculty in the digital realm. They play a crucial role in promoting accessibility, accommodating diverse learning needs, and establishing a fair and transparent assessment process. Moreover, regulations serve as a tool for continuous improvement, allowing the Centre for E-Learning to adapt to evolving educational practices and technological advancements while upholding JOOUST's commitment to excellence in online education.