Religious Welfare

SUA is non-religious institution but nevertheless, it provides land and facilities to allow students and staff to participate in various religious activities.

As of now, SUA has a number of chaplaincies (Roman Catholic, K.K.K.T, Seventh Adventist, Tanzania Assemblies of God, Pentecost etc) and mosques at Main Campus and Solomon Mahlangu Campus.

The university also promotes effective interaction amongst its community and advocates and promotes religious tolerances amongst religious and other social groups in the community.

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