CVL has taken keen steps to comply with regulations and standards established by various regulators locally and internationally.
KeMU’s accreditation began in June 1989 when the working committee submitted the first draft of the proposal to the Commission of Higher Education. The interactions between the commission and the Kenya Methodist University were characterized by discussions and inspections by the commission’s specialist committees. This led to the award of charter in June 28th 2006 by His Excellency president Mwai Kibaki.
The award of charter made KeMU the seventh private university to be accorded full accreditation status in Kenya and marked an important milestone in the history of university education in Kenya.
The University and CVL has since gone through several re-inspections, and internal quality and academic audits to establish a holistic quality assurance.