The semester is well underway and our students are quickly adapting to everyday Ugandan life. We have had an exciting first couple of weeks with our trip to Rwanda, the beginning of classes and homestays.
We are in the second and final week of Mukono homestays for on-campus students. At the moment, all of our students are living with Ugandan families in Mukono, near the UCU campus. This time spent as a part of a Ugandan family gives our students a wonderful firsthand, authentic experience of day to day life here.
|Meeting 2-week homestay families for the first time!|
|Hugs from a homestay mom!|
Classes began September 8th at Uganda Christian University. Some classes offered are specifically for USP students while others are with fellow Ugandan students. UCU foundation courses like Health & Wholeness and East African Ethics give students invaluable cultural experience in a Ugandan classroom setting.
|Faith & Action Retreat - with guest lecturer, Mark Bartels teaching on The Primal Vision.|
|Cross Cultural Practicum class in K-3, our home classroom at UCU!|
*Photos courtesy of our PAs - Andi Haskins, Jean Kukunda & Katie Green