GOALS OF THE SPORTS PROGRAMME
The Sports Coordinator has line responsibility for the college’s sports programme, which includes participation in the Inter-Collegiate Championships.
The facilities include basketball, netball volleyball courts; two regulation-size football fields; and table tennis tables.
The sports coordinator also has responsibility for sports day and other intramural sports-related activities. The Department of Sport provides a wide array of sporting programmes for students and through our wellness programme, we have begun to include staff.
Sports are a fundamental part of our students; educational experience, they are provided with the opportunities to compete in interhall and House Competitions as well as intercollegiate competitions. Our Intercollegiate programmes include track and field football, netball, basketball, volleyball, and cricket.
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES
Clubs and societies facilitate group unity and development. Students are encouraged to join a club, thereby expanding their classroom experiences and enriching their college experience. Being a part of a College club or society is a great way to meet new people, have fun and participate in College life. Club and group participation is a fantastic way to make friends, enjoy activities and learn things outside of the lecture theatre and make your student experience richer and more rewarding.CASE has a diverse range of clubs and societies, covering a wide range of interests these includes:
CLUBS AND SOCIETIES LISTING
- 4H Club
- Adventist Fraternity
- Cattle training
- Fraternity of Advanced Scientific Thinkers – FAST
- Leo Club
- The Axiology Club
- Tourism Club
- University and Colleges Apostolic Ministry
- Universities and Colleges Christian Fellowship (UCCF)
- Eisteddfod, in which competitions are held in music, poetry, drama, and the fine arts between year groups