The Faculty has a policy of involving itself in community activities for the benefit of the country.
In the area of outreach, the Departments have been engaged in new and on-going outreach activities during the year, including
Formulation of Community-Based Wetland Management Plans in Wakiso District under the Wetlands Inspection Division.
Three I@Mak.com projects at full implementation stage. One is headed by Ms Florence Asiimwe another by Dr. Robert Kabumbuli and the third by Assoc. Prof Murindwa Rutanga.
The Department of Sociology is the coordination center for the voluntary student internships in the School of social sciences in several districts with funds from I@mak.com.
The Department of Sociology continues to coordinate the community policing initiative and several members are as well, members of community, NGOs and School Management Communities.
Development of the National integrated monitoring and Evaluation System (NIMES) for both the Uganda and Rwanda governments.
The development of the new National Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS for Uganda.
Members of staff have been involved in the development of government policies including: the Health related Policies, Land Policy, the revised Poverty Eradication Action Plan (PEAP) and the National Gender Policy.
The Department of Women and Gender Studies has various tele-centres in Iganga, Kanungu and Mbale district that help in training people in networking.
Members of staff have interacted with the Parliament, the Nile Basin Initiative, served as External Examiners in different Universities and Institutions, are on Academic Boards, charity organizations and carry out consultancies.
Since 2004 members of the Faculty deliver guest lectures each year to the UPDF Senior Command and Staff College at Kimaka, Jinja.
The Faculty with the help of NORAD funds has been able to host members on radio talk shows on different topics concerning Good Governance.
Students Internship Programme recognized by I@Mak.com as the best organized Faculty.