Many first-year students are unsure of the paperwork and materials that will be required once they arrive at their institution of higher learning as they get ready to be admitted to universities and colleges.
On the day of reporting for class and being admitted, many students experience confusion and occasionally fail to bring important paperwork that will speed up the admissions process. We’ll look at the crucial papers and other items you’ll need on admissions day and all throughout your time on campus in this post.
Aside from the paperwork you must carry for registration purposes, some of the items we are going to list in this document won’t be checked by an officer to make sure they are available.
ADMISSION VERIFICATION DOCUMENTS YOU MUST CARRY
Birth Certificate Copies
a copy of the academic transcript (Both KCSE And KCPE)
Paying with an ID card at a bank Admission Letter for Sleep
Although the university to which you have been accepted provides housing for all first-year students, they do not provide you with bedding.
As a result, you must transport the objects with you in order to maintain your safety.
The following things are essential for your own well-being.
Pillows, blankets, and duvets are crucial. Since certain areas of the country are warm, hot, or cold, choose these goods judiciously based on the weather conditions at your campus.
WHAT KINDS OF CLOTHES YOU SHOULD BRING
No one on campus will impose any wardrobe restrictions on you. As a result, you are free to carry whatever clothing you think is appropriate for you. Below are some items of apparel that everyone should have in their wardrobe:
1. Casual attire, such as T-shirts, Shirts, Pullovers, Skirts, Jumpers, Trousers, Jackets, etc. Make sure you include jeans, khaki pants, and even seat pants in your collection because they are popular among college students.
2. Underwear Pants: I advise you to purchase the newest style of underwear, such as VIP, which will treat you with respect even if they are worn outside the tuck.
Items for the bathroom: a toothbrush and toothpaste
2. When selecting a soap, go for the one with the most delicious scent.
3. Using detergents with and without soap in the washing.
5. Rolls of tissue
6. Ladies’ sanitary towels
7. Buckets for washing
9. Mirror, hand
10. A female shower cap
Pens and pencils, exercise books for copying notes, and stationery ( At least five)
Use a laptop or a desktop for your projects and research.
Smartphone and charger for connecting with classmates on WhatsApp groups and for communication needs.
headphones for listening to music. If you listen to music on a loudspeaker on campus, you are considered primitive
ADDITIONAL ITEMS TO BRING 1. Traveling bag for books, a laptop, and other items