University of Fort Hare Alice Campus Physical Address

University of Fort Hare Alice Campus Physical Address

Private Bag X1314, King William’s Town Rd, Alice 5700
Tel: +27 (0)40 602 2281/2002
Fax: +27 (0)40 653 1554

Bhisho Campus
P.O. Box 1153, KWT 5600, Independance Ave, Bhisho 5600
Tel: +27 (0)40 608 3407/5300
Fax: +27 (0)40 608 3408/5301

East London Campus
P.O. Box 7426, 50 Church Street, East London, 5201
Tel: +27 (0)43 704 7000
Fax: +27 (0)43 704 7095

 Mon-Thursday 08H00-16H30  Friday 08H00-15H30
**Closed on public holidays**

Faculty Contact details

Faculty of Management & Commerce
email: mndlovu@ufh.ac.za
Tel. No. +27 40 602 2022 / 2533
Fax. No. +27 40 602 2514
Website: http://ufh.ac.za/faculties/mnc/

Faculty of Science & Agriculture
email: fmaweza@ufh.ac.za
Tel. No. +27 40 602 2232
Fax. No. +27 40 602 2488
website: http://ufh.ac.za/faculties/sna/

Faculty of Education
email:  nmagocoba@ufh.ac.za
Tel. No. +27 40 602 2410 /2412 or +27 43 704 7218 / 7227
Fax No. +27 40 602 2448
website: http://ufh.ac.za/faculties/edu/

Social Sciences & Humanities
email: nnguna@ufh.ac.za
Tel. No. +27 40 602 2379/2233
Fax No. +27 40 653 1255
website: http://ufh.ac.za/faculties/ssh/

Faculty of Law
email: bopperman@ufh.ac.za
Tel. No. +27 43 704 7521 /7520
Fax No. +27 86 628 4120
website: http://law.ufh.ac.za/

General Enquiries

Student Admission
Tel:
 +27 (0)40 602 2281/2122 /2016
Email: Studentadmin@ufh.ac.za

Human Resources
Tel:
 +27 (0)40 602 2066/2479 /2517
Email: HumanResources@ufh.ac.za

Financial Aid
Tel:
 +27 (0)40 602 2372
Email: NSigonyela@ufh.ac.za

Student Counselling Unit
Tel: +27 (0)40 602 2279
Email: PDabula@ufh.ac.za

Student Residence
Tel:
 +27 (0)40 602 2166/2279
Email: zjacobs@ufh.ac.za

Website Enquiries
Tel:
 +27 (0)40 602 2567/2002  or (0) 43 704 7554/7551
Email: webmaster@ufh.ac.za

The University of Fort Hare is a public university in Alice, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

It was a key institution of higher education for black Africans from 1916 to 1959. It offered a Western-style academic education to students from across sub-Saharan Africa, creating a black African elite. Fort Hare alumni were part of many subsequent independence movements and governments of newly independent African countries.

In 1959, the university was subsumed by the apartheid system, but it is now part of South Africa’s post-apartheid public higher education system.