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REMEMBERING PAST GRADUATION
Written by Kimion Tagwirei   

REMEMBERING PAST GRADUATION

 
IMPACT OF INFRASTRUCTURE UPGRADES ON STUDENTS
Written by Kimion Tagwirei   

Students have commended the college for managing to develop the college during difficult economic times. Referring to the expansion of the library space and other infrastructural

developments this is what some of them had to say:

CleopasTaguma: “The expansion of the library has given students more space and privacy during their studies and research. The developments have created a conducive learning environment that I am looking forward to fully utilize. I am so thankful to the college for being proactive through these developments in hard times like we are currently facing.”

Boanerges Mudimba: “Our school developments are helping us a lot. I am pleased because we now have easy access to books as students”

LovemoreNyaungwe: “The extension and computerization of our library have positively impacted my learning life. Firstly it has made me feel that DTC is the best place to be. The library is very rich and can now accommodate more people. The expansion means that there will be more books for our benefit.

Maxwell Jamela: “It is now easy for those without laptops to do their assignments. Everyone now can have access to the spacious library and computer laboratory. We now have better space to do group discussions or individual studies without any hindrances”

AnnahChimboza: “The College is doing a great job. I am so happy with fast internet accessibility that we now have. Thank you”

GwinyaiNdembera: “All developments that our college has managed to accomplish have created a conducive learning environment, a new look which gives many students so much motivation to aim high. The infrastructural developments show life for a college that offers degrees.”

Others emphasized that the developments confirm that DTC is serious on growing to greater heights.

To God be the glory; great things He has done. And to all who have helped in these developments in any way – a big thank you and may the Lord bless you abundantly.

 

 
FROM HUMBLE BEGINNINGS TO GREAT GROWTH
Written by Kimion Tagwirei   

 

At the October 2015 graduation ceremony the Principal, Rev Dr R Musasiwa, said that the college has come a long way, and is going far as it strives to be a center of excellence in internationally recognized theological education and Christian leadership training.

“In 1993 Domboshawa Theological College was only a seed germinating. Then we grew in several directions: from being a house of supplementary studies to being a fully-fledged college with its own students, curriculum and faculty…”

The principal added that the college developed from offering a Certificate to now offering a Degree programmes. Currently the college is offering a Diploma in Pastoral studies and a Zimbabwe Open University Bachelor’s Degree in Religious studies and Theology. The college has also reached an advanced stage in its preparations to offer a Master’s degree. Renovating infrastructure to accommodate the anticipated Master’s degree students has now been completed.

DTC became one of the founding members of the Association of Colleges for

Theological Education in Zimbabwe (ACTEZ), is a member of the Evangelical

 

Fellowship of Zimbabwe and is also in partnership with Redcliffe College in the United Kingdom.

 
FROM THE PRINCIPAL'S DESK
Written by Kimion Tagwirei   

FROM THE PRINCIPAL’S DESK

In an environment which is getting ever more economically challenging, we can still proclaim EBENEZER, for thus far has the Lord brought us. The Jan-June 2016 semester commenced on a high note of optimism, with the completion of the library extension project. The Lord has also sustained us throughout the semester using those students who have faithfully paid their fees and the staff members who have taken their work more as a calling than a source of lucrative income.

Such sacrifice is commendable. Thank you faithful students; and thank you dedicated staff.

The purchase of 10 Library computers and the automation of the library system remain as the only outstanding challenges of our last developmental phase. The total needed for these remaining works is $7,000. My question is: “What can YOU do to help the college with the needed funds to complete this project?”

 

With the negotiations for the commencement of the Master’s programme now in progress, it would be regrettable if these outstanding jobs create a negative or delaying impact on the commencement of the much awaited Masters programme.

 
PHASE 3 DEVELOPMENT
Written by Kimion Tagwirei   

 

PHASE 3 DEVELOPMENT

Principal, Dr. Roy Musasiwa says that phase 3 property development comprises the extension and automation of our library. Available resources have so far allowed the accomplishment of the major part of this phase – the actual extension of the building and the building of computer work stations.

In order to bring this phase to completion the college now needs to install shelving in the extended section of the library ($2,344), purchase 11 computers ($5,500), install a library operating system, automate the loaning system and train staff in the use of the system ($5,000).

Please pray about being part of the completion of this remaining phase totaling $12,844. Might the Lord be moving you to meet one of the above items? Our bank details are as follows; CBZ, Selous Branch, Account number – 02123463360019. Account name is Domboshawa House Trust.

• Pray for students

 

 
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