Thank you for supporting Loyola University in Molo, Kenya
The First Jesuit University in Eastern Africa
Why A Jesuit University in Eastern Africa?
- The number of college-aged students far exceeds the number of university seats available in Eastern Africa.
- Students, especially from Jesuit secondary schools, recognize that they need university degrees to qualify for desirable jobs.
- Jesuit universities have a proven track record of attracting high-quality faculty in a wide range of disciplines throughout the world.
The Jesuits have been successful educators in Eastern Africa for more than 65 years, principally in high schools.
Current Jesuit secondary schools in Eastern Africa:
• Ocer Campion (Gulu, Uganda)
• Loyola High (Dar es Salaam, Tanzania)
• St. Peter Claver (Dodoma, Tanzania)
• Loyola Secondary (Wau, South Sudan)
• St. Joseph Technical Secondary (Nairobi, Kenya)
• St. Aloysius Gonzaga (Nairobi, Kenya) – founded and sponsored by the Christian Life Community, with Jesuit support
All six schools were built with worldwide and local support.
To form men and women committed to the advancement of innovative knowledge and technological entrepreneurship for a more just and humane society.
PROPOSED SCHOOLS WITHIN THE
NEW LOYOLA UNIVERSITY
- School of Data Science
- School of Business
- School of Education Science
- School of Engineering
Phase 1 (2022–2025)
Total Phase 1 Cost: $15.5 million
Phase 1A (2022–2023):
Fence, landscaping, roads, and utilities Estimated cost: $1.5 million
Phase 1B (2023–2024):
First academic building, women’s dormitory, and first stage of Jesuit residence
Estimated cost: $5.5 million*
*$450,000 funding already received, $2 million requested
Phase 1C (2024–2025):
Second academic building, men’s dormitory, second stage of Jesuit residence, dispensary, and athletic fields
Estimated cost: $8.5 million
Phase 2 (2025–2028):
Third academic building, two dormitories, two cafeterias, library, eight staff housing buildings
(2028-2030) Phase 3:
Fourth academic building, administration building, Jesuit university parish, student center and commons
• Cost of staff to fulfill requirements for Kenya’s Commission for University Education – $50,000
• One four-wheel drive vehicle – $50,000
• Library – 15,000 volumes
Please fill out the information below to make a gift.
To donate by mail, please send a check payable to The Jesuits with “Loyola University Molo, Kenya” in the memo line to:
USA Midwest Jesuits
P.O. Box 6713
Carol Stream, IL 60197-6713
If you would like to schedule a call or visit to learn more about supporting the new Jesuit university, contact Fr. Paul Kalenzi, SJ, a Jesuit of the Eastern Africa Province now living and raising funds in the United States.
Fr. Paul Kalenzi, SJ