Solusi University, located 50 kilometres west of Bulawayo, Zimbabwe, is a co-educational institution which was founded in 1894 as one of the first of the hundreds of Seventh-day Adventist mission stations. It was 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. Men who trained at Solusi Mission assisted in the development of new mission stations on other parts of, by then, Southern Rhodesia; and several of them reached beyond the borders of the country to help establish mission schools in neighbouring countries as early as 1905.
Solusi University exists to provide quality holistic Christian education at undergraduate and graduate levels primarily for the Seventh-day Adventist constituency in Zimbabwe Union Conference and other entities who meet the educational and character standards established by the Solusi University Council. The University has a primary concern for the nurture and education of students for service in the church and community.
PO Box 1
Tel: +263 (9) 885457
Fax: +263 (9) 885982
Solusi University Official Website: http://www.solusi.ac.zw/