This book examines the impact of HIV/AIDS Education on university students in Kenya. Mary postulates that Kenyan university students have adequate knowledge concerning HIV/AIDS but there is a disconnect between their attitude, knowledge, practice and behaviour towards HIV/AIDS Education. Using a cross-sectional descriptive approach, the author assesses the impact of HIV/AIDS Education provided by Kenyan universities and other sources vis-à-vis its reflection in the behaviour of university students. She further establishes attitudes portrayed by students and discusses the link between practices that predispose university students to HIV/AIDS infection and education. Consequently, the author recommends that the Kenya Government should ensure that HIV/AIDS Education is accessible to all university students by mainstreaming it in the entire university curriculum. This book is a must-read for students, lecturers, policy makers, counsellors and NGOs dealing with HIV/AIDS in Kenya and elsewhere in the world.