Zimbabwe President, Robert
Gabriel Mugabe grants Africa University’s Charter by official proclamation.
The global United Methodist Church commits to the goal of US$20 million in funding for AU over a four year period.
AU opens with 40 students from six African countries enrolled in the faculty of Theology and Agriculture and Natural Resources.
Two dormitories open with capacity to house 80 students.
Campus buildings dedicated.
Founding Chancellor, Bishop Emilio de Carvalho, and Founding Vice Chancellor , Prof. John Kurewa inaugurated.
First graduating class.
Two new faculties opened: Ireson/ Kurewa Building as well as the Eleanor Kleist Odette Kennedy, Bishop Hasbrouck & Mera Hughes dormitories
First phase of the sports complex is completed and the Kwang Lim Chapel is consecrated. Au’s 5th Faculty opens- Humanities and Social Sciences.
Second Vice Chancellor, Professor Rukudzo Murapa inaugurated.
New facilities opened, Jokomo Yamada Library, Ben Hill UMC and South Indiana dormitories.
The Jokomo Yamada Library s opened.
Ben Hill Dormitory is opened
South Indiana Dormitory is opened.
New facilities opened: James H.
Salley Dormitory, Professor Rukudzo, Mrs Helen Murapa dormitory and Bishop J. Lawrence McCleskey faculty of Theology Building.
Construction of the Health Sciences Faculty started.
Construction and completion of two faculty staff houses.
New facility opened: Faculty of Health Sciences building.
Inauguration of the second Chancellor, Bishop NtandaNkulu Ntambo (DRC).
Scholarship Initiative and
Journal of Public Policy in Africa
CCAZ Service Excellence Award
Inauguration of the third Chancellor, Bishop David Kekumba Yemba.
ZNCC Best Human Resources Development Contributing to Business Award.
4th Vice Chancellor, Professor Munashe Furusa inaugurated.
Ubuntu Retreat Centre is opened. CCAZ Service Excellence Award – Best Education Sector
25th Anniversary Celebrations