Student life

STUDENTS IN SJC
The School has a proportion of 1:3 (female to male student population). A good number of female students (especially new students) are housed within the campus. The rest seek alternative accommodation in different estates around the city. But most prefer to live in the estates near the School to cut down on travel costs.
Though the living standards in Kigali city are high, most students try to cope by sharing accommodation and other amenities with colleagues. Some find evening and weekend jobs to supplement their pocket money.

STUDENT ACTIVITIES
The School is enlivened by a number of student activities: participating in sports in the nearby UR stadium, religious fellowship meetings (especially during lunch hour and evenings), personal development activities like producing music and videos as well as community outreach to the nearby hospitals (visiting the sick, etc)

STUDENT LEADERS
Through the Journalism and Communication Students Association (JOCOMSA), students are well represented to the School management. The Association is headed by a President who works with a Secretary and Treasurer. Any issues affecting student life in and out of the School are raised through this association as well as the respective class representatives.

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