Sports activities / extracurricular Activities

The college develops and promotes understanding of the importance of sport in the pursuit of a healthy fitness, awareness, and encourages student participation in sports activities as life style, raising stars and competition. Sports activities develop physical fitness by maintaining and increasing such components as speed, flexibility, muscular strength, muscular endurance, aerobic capacity, anaerobic capacity and an ability to appreciate the aesthetic qualities of sporting performance and movement. Sports are a necessary expedient in the academic performance. Student should bring with sportswear such as truck suit, sports shoes, caps, and other requirements availed in the types of sports student intends.

Community  Engagement Activities

The college prepares student for wide range engagement in the community activities through free participation in the community activities. Student deepens their social partnership with surrounding community and imparts the civic education, tree planting, sports and exercise, health issues, road mapping etc. the college also provide free ICT program to primary and secondary school leavers within neighborhood.


RICOBED is surrounded by many tourism attraction such as Mt. Rungwe, the mountain forest with spiritual significance for the Wanyakyusapeople( locally called 'Isyeto'). The mountain features a natural bridge ("Daraja la Mungu" or the "Gods’ Bridge")and “Kijungu” the “Pot” where waters of kiwira river flows into it and disappears in the mainland and comes out on another point of the river all were formed as a result of volcanic lava outflow on the Kiwira River, which is fast flowing and borders the Ileje mountain ranges. Other notable topographic features are the Masoko Crater, Kaporogwe Falls, and the Matema beach “the show of lake Nyasa” and Lake Ngozi. Lake Ngozi is the second largest crate lake in Africa. It can be found few miles from our college. The lake is a part of the Poroto Ridge and part of the caldera rim is the highest point of the Ridge and mostly composed from trachytic and phonolitic lavas. Ngozi is a Holocene caldera that generated the Kitulo pumice 12,000 years ago during a Plinian eruption, most likely in the same eruption that generated the caldera. Rungwe's ridge falls north-west to merge into the Uporoto Mountains ridge.  Rungwe has unbroken 10−15 m closed-canopy forest up to the tree line at 2600m, and is home to numerous important bird species in the world.