On 3rd June 2024, the Directorate of Student Services organized the Rector's momentous meeting with the newly elected student leaders. The main agenda was the formal introduction of the student leaders to the top management officials and the in-depth discussion of pressing academic and administrative issues.

The distinguished attendees of the meeting included the Cabinet members, the College Student Parliament Secretariat, the Electoral Commission members, and the Judicial Organ members. 

At the start of the meeting, Professor Edda Tаndi Lwoga, the Rector was presented with the trophy won by the students’ netball team at the Uni Carnival 2024. The competition was organized and sponsored by Furaha FM. The Rector then expressed her sincere congratulations to the student leaders who had recently been elected or nominated, as well as to the members of the netball team who emerged victorious in the carnival 2024 competion.

She acknowledged the fierce competition that characterizes the electoral process and emphasized the significance of seizing such opportunities for growth and development.

In her address, Prof. Lwoga highlighted the college's ambitious aspirations to expand its global footprint and participate in international discourses. She announced that the college is on the cusp of its 60th anniversary, with festivities beginning in early July 2024 and culminating in January 2025. The Rector expressed her anticipation of involving students in the celebratory events, ensuring that each activity reflect upon the college's rich legacy and illustrious past 60 years.

Addressing the critical issue of tuition fees, the Rector informed the leaders that effective from the academic year 2024/2025, students will be required to settle their semester fees within a month of the commencement of the semester. She urged the student leaders to educate their peers on the importance of timely fee payment, leading by example in this endeavour.

The Rector also highlighted the college's commitment to curricular dynamism, adapting to the evolving demands of the job market and advancements in technology. She declared the college's venture into online education, unveiling ongoing full-fledged master's programs available via digital platforms. This progressive stride aimed to broaden accessibility to quality education and cater to the diverse needs of learners in the modern era.

Before the Rector's address, the Deputy Rector of Academic Research and Consultancy, Dr. Nasibu Mramba, and the Deputy Rector of Planning, Finance and Administration, Prof. Emmanuel Munishi, delivered brief addresses to the student leaders.

Dr. Mramba encouraged the leaders to be proactive in voicing their concerns and not to hesitate in approaching the appropriate college authorities when they identify areas of concern. He cautioned the leaders against overstepping their bounds and disseminating unreliable information, which could lead to unrest among students.

Prof. Munishi, in his address, congratulated the leaders and urged them to take their roles seriously, recognizing the crucial role that college leadership experiences often play in shaping future national leaders. He emphasized the importance of adhering to college and national laws and regulations to ensure a fruitful and impactful leadership tenure.

The meeting concluded with a lively question-and-answer session, where the Rector and Deputy Rectors responded to the inquiries raised by the student leaders. This landmark event signified a promising start to the academic year, fostering camaraderie between the student body and administration while laying the groundwork for fruitful collaborations in the months to come.