Full school fees is due on the first day of the semester.
After payment of fees, the system should automatically remove the financial hold on your account. In case of any issues, you can visit the Finance office at the student accounts counter for financial clearance. You can also email: email@example.com
Yes, the holds are put for different reasons e.g. Students with balances and are not on a payment plan. Financial Clearance is given when you satisfy all the finance requirements to attend classes.
Financial clearance is given to registered students from the beginning of the semester up to the end of the 2nd week of the semester which is the deadline of your financial clearance to attend classes and when payments are made during the semester.
Yes, a deferred payment plan is available for continuing students, where fees is paid in 3 equal instalments. The first payment is due by the 2nd week of school. Students who wish to be on this plan should contact the student accounts for more information.
No, only students with financial clearance are allowed to go for any school trip. If any funds are paid to the trip account and the student is not cleared, the money will be used to clear the outstanding school fees.
No, only financially cleared students will be allowed to do exams.
Financial clearance is given to registered students who have cleared their school fees up to the last day of financial clearance as marked in the academic calendar.
Kindly visit the finance office and request to talk to the finance officer for assistance.
Yes, withdrawn class fee charges begin from the day the semester starts. Courses withdrawn within the 1st week of semester attract a penalty of 10% of the tuition, Courses withdrawn within the 2nd week of the semester will attract a penalty of 25% of tuition .After the second week the charge will be 100% of the tuition.
The finance office is open on the first two Saturdays of the semester from 9.00am to 1.00pm
Your bank cash deposit or MPESA payment will be updated in your account within 24 hours
Yes, you do. If not the amount shall be receipted from our bank statements the following week.
The objective of the procurement department is to offer the college with knowledge, purchasing capacity and logistics expertise to develop partners so that we can use our financial resources to procure essential supplies.
KWTVC suppliers are carefully chosen through a competitive bidding process which starts with a pre-qualification stage, on the basis of quality systems of the college, adherence to ethical standards, capacity and financial soundness.
You need to declare this on the personal interest form and must ensure that the college is notified of this whenever any business dealings may be impacted by this relationship.
we change suppliers at KWTVC if the cost of goods does not match the quality required and expected.
Our motivation is brought about by the challenge of monitoring the performance of selected suppliers, highlighting areas of concern and recommending alternatives where necessary.
This is to ensure openness and transparency and to ensure that no supplier is given an unfair advance over the other.
Value for money is a detailed and complex evaluation that takes place to review the value that the college will drive from a purchase, whether that is additional value in terms of additional warranty, additional functionality, energy consumption, whole life costs, total cost of ownership or the price that will be paid.