The University Council in conformity with the Charter and Rules of St John’s University of Tanzania in its 22nd Meeting held in 24th April, 2013, promoted Dr. NDESENDO, Valence of the School of Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences (SOPH) and BUCHANAN, Malcolm Stewart of the Faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences (FaNAS) to a status of Associate Professor after their notable academic achievements.
The University Management trust that Prof. Ndesendo and Prof. Buchanan will bring on board a wealth of academic experience in research and or....»» Read More
Auction items for soliciting funds for development of a hostel for girls and students with physical impairments. At present St. John’s University of Tanzania is heavily depending on student fees for its operations. Such source of funding is inadequate, unreliable and non- sustainable due to several....»» Read More
The idea to establish and operate a University by the Anglican Church of Tanzania started at the Synod Meeting held in 1999. The former Archbishop Donald Mtetemela emphasized the importance of establishing the Anglican Church University to provide higher education in the different aspects of education in Tanzania that will respond to the country’s needs of eradicating extreme poverty, hunger and disease and thus provide improved life expectancy to its people.
The University is located in the Kikuyu area, south western part of Dodoma about 1.5km from the town centre on Mtera-Iringa highway. »» More click here...
Town centre Certificates and Transcripts.
We apologise for the delay in producing these, due to technical problems. They are currently being worked on. We will post notices when they are ready for collection. Please do not travel to SJUT to collect your document until you see the announcement that they are ready. Prof. Kamwaya, Ag DVCA