Since its inception, the University is operating from the Public Service Training Centre, on a temporary basis, pending the construction of the Main Campus. This is being built on a 159 hectare plot about two kilometres from the town centre along the Bindura - Mount Darwin Road. The Faculty of Science stirves to bring empirically sound, disaster theory, measures and practices to bear on the real-world problems demanding disaster risk reduction, including the challenges of implementing the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction in Africa.
The Faculty of Science is committed to offering high quality programmes and strives to recruit and produce scholars in the field of Sciences. We are committed to helping our students gain excellent training that includes a strong foundation in the Sciences and the freedom to shape their own degree paths. The Faculty is also committed to contributing to the well-being of the society and the improvement of the quality of the environment through Science teaching, learning and research. It seeks to contribute to the advancement of multidisciplinary research that will enhance the development of the nation and the region at large and to provide an environment where quality teaching and research in Science can flourish. It endeavours to be a hub of knowledge and a beacon of excellence in the pursuance and creation of opportunities that render scientific service to the University and the surrounding communities.