The university operates a number of auxiliary and vocational services where students may work part-time to earn some money in order to defray some of their school expenses. These opportunities, to engage in productive and useful labor, help develop character traits of industry, dependability, and ini­tiative.  In the process, students may also acquire valuable vocational skills.

What Makes Work Program so Special

Being a Seventh-day Adventist institution that believes in the wholistic development of a student we have many unique traits which help a student to feel at home with the confidence of completing their education.  For example, we have the Student Work Program (SWP) which has helped many needy students to complete their studies. - Prof. Patrick Manu, VC

The VC Welcomes You

Greetings and welcome to the University of Arusha.

As the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of this great institution of higher learning situated in Arusha, Tanzania I would like to say “Karibu Sana” in our sweetest Swahili language to all who are waiting diligently to be a part of us.