How it started
In 1973 Bishop Ndingi of Nakuru Diocese situated in the Rift Valley, Kenya opened a community center on the edge of Nakuru town the fourth largest city in Kenya. The Centre was administered firstly by the Holy Rosary Sisters, a missionary congregation founded in Ireland to serve the need of Catholic girls mainly in Nigeria; they started a sewing class for poor girls from rural areas around Nakuru.
Twenty years later, recognizing the secondary schools graduates need to acquire skills in order for them to later seek employment, the Bishop asked the Brothers to administer and develop the Center to teach various skills that would help them to find employment in the job market.
We are the pride of NAKURU Colleges as we offer superior quality graduates who are able to be absorbed into the job market where they render excellent services, others embrace entrepreneurship to create jobs in the economy while the rest of the graduates pursue further studies in both public and private sectors.
Our modern designed cafeteria is fully furnished with industry standard furniture, cutlery and kitchen appliances.Hosptality students get accustom themselves ready for job market in here.
Our institution is well equipped with a state of the art library facility which offers a wide range of books collection covering vast subjects for learning and research.
We embrace technology as an institution that’s why our computer lab is stocked with modern computing infrastructure adequate for all students.
Our school van is available for college trips, community outreach and daily operations when need be for all students.
The hair and beauty department emphasizes on the need for students to be highly imparted with practical skills needed to serve the beauty industry. Our college is well stocked with spa, hair, nails, facial and muscle therapy modern facilities.
Besides academics, as an institution we uphold the need for engaging students in sporting activities at our playground.Students gets to play football & volleyball.