Students are the future hope of our country. So every student should try to be the best citizen in all aspects, so that he/she may serve this country with diligence .We will train you so well so that you leave a better person but also treat  you so well you won’t want to leave

The office of the Dean of Students is primarily concerned with students' welfare, from entry to graduation. Admission to EASA marks the beginning of one's career, hence it requires one to make mental, physical and emotional adjustments. This office has staff members who help students adjust to life in EASA both socially and academically.

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The primary objective is to meet EASA’s target of developing the student welfare system for the attainment of academic excellence, high completion rate and all-round education; the specific objectives are to:

  1. Identify and assist students with different categories of need and continue improving the resources and services given to students with special needs
  2. Facilitate and monitor operations of external clubs and welfare associations in the student community by:
  • Facilitating students participation in co-curricula activities nationally and internationally
  • Strengthen students participation in recreational activities on campus
  1. Prepare and regularly update departmental documents for efficient and effective services delivery
  2. Strengthen student governance structures
  3. Maintain a high level of discipline and inculcate good habits among the students by cultivating proper discipline and correct attitude that will be useful for the development of the nation
  4. Liaise with health unit on the provision of counseling services, prevention of HIV/AIDS and alcohol and psychoactive substance abuse, ensuring environmental safety for students and provision of first line curative services and monitoring of progress of sick students, and inform management and the parents as need arises.

Coordinates community service, outreach and sports and games activities.

  1. Plans and implements budgetary allocations for student’s non -academic activities.
  2. Coordinates with industry and community leaders on attachment, internship and recommendation matters and co- curricular learning.
  3. Helps students groups and EASA community to develop extracurricular programs.
  4. Develops a student’s leadership culture and programme by conducting both internal mentoring and external training.
  5. Counsels / advises students on personal problems, educational and vocational goals, social and recreational activities as well as financial assistance.
  6. Develops student’s guideline for rules and regulations and oversees its implementation.
  7. Coordinates and oversees all components of student’s orientation and and assists in graduation process.
  8. Maintains a database and calendar of events related to students.
  9. Coordinates EASA Alumni, parents, neighbors, community leaders and professional organizations and colleagues in regards to student’s welfare.
  10. Assists in institutional marketing in collaboration with the Marketing and Planning Offices.
  11. Supervises all officers within the Section.
  12. In charge of students Discipline.
  13. Performs administrative duties as may be assigned by Director, EASA.

In EASA and overseen by the Dean of Students, school discipline serves the important purpose of maintaining a safe and orderly learning environments. Student behavior and learning outcomes in EASA are improved through the use of school-wide positive behavior support. Such an approach relies on both teaching and non-teaching staff to reinforcing clear behavioral expectations, providing supports and interventions for students with challenging behaviors and the entire student body.

EASA has a strong credence that games and sports are an integral part of a student’s life. A student should study hard to be successful in competitive examinations. But he/she should also play games and sports to enjoy the health and vigor of life. Along with bookish learning, a students should spend their time on games and sports. 
There are many benefits of games and sports in education. EASA provides for outdoor games such as football, rugby, badminton, swimming, tennis and also indoor games such as table tennis, pool, darts scrabble and chess. The participation in any one of them is not a fruitless or frivolous pursuit. They may not ensure any immediate gain. They may tell upon the health for the time being and may also affect education temporarily. But the outdoor games gradually build up a healthy body and make the mind energetic.
Students participate in the KETISA (Kenya Technical Institutions Sports Association) games and this helps both with talent growth and exposure of our sports stars. Those who excel are also absorbed in the wider KECOSO (Kenya Communications Sports Organisation) annual games.EASA Sports Facilities.

         
  EASA Swimming Pool   Table tennis and pool indoor games  
         
  EASA Swimming Pool   Table tennis and pool (indoor games)  

Coordinates community service, outreach and sports and games activities.

  1. Plans and implements budgetary allocations for student’s non -academic activities.
  2. Coordinates with industry and community leaders on attachment, internship and recommendation matters and co- curricular learning.
  3. Helps students groups and EASA community to develop extracurricular programs.
  4. Develops a student’s leadership culture and programme by conducting both internal mentoring and external training.
  5. Counsels / advises students on personal problems, educational and vocational goals, social and recreational activities as well as financial assistance.
  6. Develops student’s guideline for rules and regulations and oversees its implementation.
  7. Coordinates and oversees all components of student’s orientation and and assists in graduation process.
  8. Maintains a database and calendar of events related to students.
  9. Coordinates EASA Alumni, parents, neighbors, community leaders and professional organizations and colleagues in regards to student’s welfare.
  10. Assists in institutional marketing in collaboration with the Marketing and Planning Offices.
  11. Supervises all officers within the Section.
  12. In charge of students Discipline.
  13. Performs administrative duties as may be assigned by Director, EASA.

Mission

“Effectively offering quality training that meets the needs of the global aviation industry by optimally leveraging resources”.

Vision

“To be the preferred Centre of Excellence providing world-class Aviation training”.

Our Contacts

East African School of Aviation
P.O. Box: 30689-00100,
Nairobi, Kenya.
Tel:+254206823602-7,+254716164229,
+254716164230, +254788777724,
+2540788777721
Fax:+254 20 6823699
Email: info(@)easa.ac.ke

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