About Us

about_bannerx1We believe in the equality and dignity of all humans, regardless of race, tribe, gender, creed, colour or handicap, and in a life dedicated in service to God and to fellow human beings.


Our purpose as  Solusi University derives from the heritage of the Seventh-day Adventist Church: to enable students to dedicate their lives to selfless service for God and man; to guide in the formation of characters marked by integrity, loyalty to God and country, self-discipline, responsibility and tolerance;  to develop students’ abilities in critical thinking; to bring forth acceptable levels of  refinement and aesthetic taste; to encourage respect for the dignity of labour and to proffer guidance for the community, church and society.

Our Story

Our Story begins in 1894, as one of the first of the hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist mission stations arrive in Eastern Africa.  Solusi Mission is founded in Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, named after Chief Soluswe, near whose home the Mission was founded. During the first decade of its existence, Solusi Mission shared in the suffering brought to the region by war and a resulting famine. Despite these hardships, the development of the Mission continued and a regional training programme was established for the development of church workers.  READ ON …

What we Do

  We believe in development of the individual’s spiritual, mental, physical and social faculties, on the premise that man is created in God’s image, and can overcome sin to be restored to a full relationship with Him through the redemptive work of His Son Jesus Christ, to become effective in service to God and Community. Our work is guided by this holistic approach as reflected in the following objectives:

spiritual1To assist students in gaining a growing knowledge of God as Creator and Sustainer of life.  To provide an environment conducive to the development of a Christian character.  To develop an appreciation for and an understanding of the Bible as the written word of God and infallible rule of faith and practice for the Christian. To help students develop a personal life of faith, prayer, worship and service to their fellow men. To encourage students to recognise and acknowledge God’s ownership of human resources and their roles as stewards. To challenge students to develop a personal sense of mission for giving the gospel message to the entire world in preparation for the soon return of Jesus.
 mental_To help students to develop analytical thinking skills. To encourage students to make decisions based on moral and ethical values as well as accumulated facts. To provide learning experiences which are based on the use of material and methods of instruction which reflect Seventh-day Adventist values. To provide opportunities for students to develop aesthetic values and talents. To encourage students to develop intellectual curiosity. To provide an educational programme which challenges students to pursue educational excellence within the parameters of his interests, needs, and abilities.
 physical_To help students develop habits of healthful living in such areas as diet, rest, temperance and regular exercise. To provide opportunities for students to develop an appreciation for the value and dignity of labour by incorporating useful and productive labour as an intrinsic part of the total learning experience. To develop vocational skills that enable students to be resourceful in their environment.
social_To encourage students to assume a growing responsibility for unselfish service to mankind and to identify themselves with the church and with other organisation in society which emphasize service as an ideal. To provide opportunities for social growth within the context of the moral and ethical standards of the church. To help students develop discrimination in the use of leisure time. To assist students to develop an understanding of, and an appreciation for the worth of all people. To prepare students to meet national job market needs. To enable students to develop an attitude of professionalism reflected in dress and deportment. To prepare students to be sensitive to the values of their cultures.

Our Vision for the 21st Century

As we march into the 21st century, it is our resolve to reposition our institution into a world-class christian centre of learning, to develop state-of-the-art facilities in keeping with the Solusi Charter of 1994, to comply with the Adventist philosophy of education and full realization of institutional mandate, to realign methods, tools and approaches to the rapidly shifting demands of an ever-dynamic job-market and finally, to reduce the cost of education at Solusi University. Our vision revolves around the following focus areas:


This includes online learning, digitized records management, extension and development of learning infrastructure as well as expansion of number and scope of academic programmes   LEARN MORE

humaWe envision excellent staff attraction, retention and productivity through improved remuneration and benefits,  clarity in terms of reference and support of academic research activities LEARN MORE .
fin1This includes establishment of an endownment fund, enhancement of Solusi farm into a word-class agricultural enterprise and establishment of the proposed Solusi Business Park. LEARN MORE
 studentWe are developing campus infrastructure in terms of bigger and modern learning, housing, transport  and recreational facilities. Further we are developing structures for financial assistance   LEARN MORE
aestheticInfrastructure development must be seen in the context of environmental compatibility and sustainability, physical security and well-being of the residents as well as overall aesthetics LEARN MORE .
Untitled-3We are instituting systems to improve acquisition and management of resources alongside appropriate budgeting and controls to ensure continued optimal application of resources LEARN MORE

Who we Are