Fr. Kondwani Mwenegamba
Chaplains not only provide a “safe space” for heart-to-heart dialogue, they also embody it. They exercise what theologians call a ministry of presence. That is why this office is available to all students for their moral and spiritual life. The chaplain is Rev. Fr. Kondwani Mwenegamba.
The Catholic University of Malawi believes in religious freedom. As such, the institution admits students and staff from various religious denominations and traditions. So far, there are ten registered Religious Groups in the University.
The University has 1 football pitch, 1 basketball court, 1 lawn tennis court and 1 gymnasium. Netball and Volleyball games are played on basketball and tennis courts, respectively. Students also have DSTV that is paid for every month.
Clubs and Associations
Recognising the importance of associations, clubs and societies, the University allows students to have these groups, as long as their values and practices are consistent with Catholic ethos. Currently, the university has eleven registered groups.
The Catholic University of Malawi has 45 hostels on campus with a bed space of 462 for male students and 354 for female students. The University has also 48 off-campus hostels with a bed space of 718 for male students and 627 for female students.