By Isaac Akugizibwe
KIU, Main Campus - The overall consensus from the recently oriented January-Intake students is that KIU's hospitality is of a rare kind. They have admitted that the orientation exercise carried out on 1st and 2nd March 2021 left them relieved and more optimistic.
It is just a week after orientation, and majority of these students are now feeling at home. A few have come out to commend KIU's welcoming environment.
Muhwezi Ronald, a law student at the university, said he feels like he is in a small paradise given the warm reception he has so far received from students, staff and the KIU atmosphere.
"I feel like I'm in paradise, everyone here is so welcoming. The environment is very fine and friendly," Roland said.
Similarly, Jesca Ngabire, another new student, said the orientation exercise not only helped relieve her of the fear and worry about directions in KIU but also the fear of being in a strange environment. She admitted that she hardly knew what to do before orientation.
"I never knew what to do before orientation only to find life quite smooth after different administrators and facilitators took us through during the orientation," she said.
Okello Ambrose, a student of education, said he had never seen such a friendly environment like that of KIU.
"Everyone is so friendly. Everyone you ask is willing to help you. I swear it is the best," he concluded.
Several other students have commended KIU's hospitality and determination to serve them to the very best. Indeed, many can be seen walking around the campus with their heads held high, and with smiles on their faces as they strive to explore the heights.