2013/2014 Admission to Full Time Degree Programmes, Mar 19 2013
HOW TO GET PINs FOR UNDERGRADUATE FORM (Online Application Form) AND CUSAS BOOKING DATE
Call at any of the following approved banks to purchase the Covenant University pin:
- Zenith Bank
- GT Bank
- Enterprise Bank Ltd
- Access Bank
- First Bank
- Union Bank
- Diamond Bank
- Covenant Microfinance Bank
You will be given a Covenant University pin receipt at the Bank after paying the sum ofN5,550 (Five Thousand Five Hundred and Fifty Naira) for the “Undergraduate Form” pin and N1150 (One thousand , one Hundred and Fifty) for “CUSAS Booking Date” pin. The receipt and pin numbers stated on the receipt gives you access to completing the form online. Click here to apply for 2013/2014 academic session
IMPORTANT ADMISSION INFORMATION
There will be a Computer based Post-UTME screening which will take place at Covenant University, Canaan Land,Km. 10 Idiroko Road, Ota. The screening schedule (click here to book CUSAS Date) would be accessible on the University website. Candidates will be notified via text message.
Intending students of Covenant University must be God-fearing, love God and be unreservedly committed to obeying Him. Students are expected to exhibit Core Value-driven disposition as embedded in the University's Core Values of Spirituality, Possibility Mentality, Capacity Building, Integrity, Responsibility, Diligence and Sacrifice. Applicants are advised to consider this important requirement of admission before purchasing the form.
2nd National Conference of Women in Physics, Mar 15 2013
For more information click on the pdf link below
For more information click on the pdf link below
URGENT INFORMATION FOR 2012/2013 GRADUATING CLASS
As part of preparations towards the 8th Convocation ceremony, all final year students are hereby informed of the need to pay the mandatory Convocation fee as detailed below:
|University Convocation Fee||N15, 000.00|
|Student Convocation Planning Committee (CPC)||N15, 000.00|
The University Convocation Fee will cover the cost of renting academic gown, College Hooding ceremonies and other ancillary costs.
Please note that the fee is expected to be paid upon resumption in Omega Semester to Covenant University - Convocation Fee Account number 00068551101 in Covenant Microfinance Bank, Canaanland, Ota.
You are enjoined to disregard any other information in the form of electronic messaging, online broadcast or publications etc concerning this process as additional information in this regard will be communicated through the University website only.
Dr. Ubong Ntia
Call for Papers, Jan 13 2013
Covenant Journal of Business & Social Sciences
College of Development Studies
Covenant University, Ota, Ogun State, Nigeria E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Call for Papers
You are hereby invited to submit well-researched papers for publication in 'Covenant Journal of Business and Social Sciences (CJBSS). The journal is poised to breaking new grounds in the areas of business, economics and social sciences in general. It also provides immeasurable opportunities for sound academics to enjoy continual access to publishing. As such, all manuscripts received are normally “double blind” peer-reviewed, and only those recommended are eventually published. The paper must be an original work of the author(s) that has not been published and is not undergoing review elsewhere.
- Should be typed 1.5 spaced, not exceeding 25 pages with 1 inch margin all through (Left, Right, Top and Bottom) using 12 point Times New Roman.
- Should have a cover page indicating the title of the paper, author(s) details including affiliation, email address and telephone.
- The title of the paper, and not the name of the author, should appear on the first text page of the paper as a mark of identification of the paper.
- The first text page of paper should have an abstract not exceeding 250 words.
- All tables, diagrams, regression results, etc. should be numbered sequentially and in the order in which they are referred to in the text. All diagrams must be provided in a form suitable for reproduction.
- The submission should be made in Ms Word for easy editing.
References that are cited in the paper should be written in the American Psychological Association (APA) format and should be arranged in alphabetical order at the end of the paper. For example:
Sen, A. (1970) Collective Choice and Social Welfare. San Francisco: Holden-Day.
Ng, Y.K. (1971) “The Possibility of a Paretian Liberal: Impossibility Theorems and Cardinal Utility”, Journal of Political Economy, Vol.79: 1397-1402.
Chapters in Book:
Watkins, J.W.N. (1968) “Methodological Individualism and Social Tendencies”, In M. Brodbeck (Ed.), Readings in the Philosophy of the Social Sciences, pp. 269-280 London: Macmillan.
SUBMISSION AND REVIEW PROCEDURE
Electronic copy of manuscript can be sent by e-mail to: email@example.com and copy the Editor-in-Chief: firstname.lastname@example.org, and the Review Editor: email@example.com. Upon receipt, the editor will usually acknowldge within one week. Thereafter the paper will undergo internal check for suitability before sending it to “blind peer” reviewers. The review process may last up to two months before final decisions can be made based on the reviewers comments.
The journal has waived submission fee. However, publication fee of USD120 or its Naira equivalent is charged, which must be paid before the papers are published. Payments can be made either through direct bank transfer or bank draft into accounts that will be made available to authors of accepted papers.
The submission of a manuacript indicates a tacit understanding that the paper is not actively under consideration for publication elsewhere and once accepted authors cede the copyright to Covenant University, the publisher of CJBSS.
For further enquiries, call:
The Editor-in Chief on +234-803-324-7567
The Review Editor on +234-805-646-1928
Please Click on the pdf link below to view school fees structure for the 2012/2013 Academic Session
[A] 100 Level Students:
- New/Fresh/100 Level Students are to pay 100% school fees on or before the resumption date for the commencement of 2012/2013 academic Session.
- They are to deduct the acceptance fees sum earlier paid from the total school fees in the last column of the School Fees Schedule.- Please also note that management will not grant any refund of both acceptance fees and the School fees paid to the University Accounts.
[B] 200-300 Levels Students:
- All 200-300 Levels Students are required to pay 100% School Fees on or before the resumption date for the commencement of 2012/2013 academic Session.
- They are to add the outstanding balance (i.e. amount owing at the close of last academic Session 2011/2012) on their financial statements to the Total School Fees for the new academic Session 2012/2013. That is, 100% payment of arrears and the total new school fees.
[C] 400-500 Levels School Fees:
- All 400-500 Levels Students are required to pay 100% School Fees on or before the resumption date for the commencement of 2012/2013 academic Session.
- They are to add the outstanding balance (i.e. amount owing at the close of last academic Session 2011/2012) on their financial statements to the Total School Fees for the new academic Session 2012/2013. That is, 100% payment of arrears and the total new school fees.- However, note that caution fees and any credit balance are refundable at the end of student academic program (i.e. at graduation) but subject to cost of damages of the University properties.
Payment Procedure Guidelines, Jul 4 2012
- For New Students - Print out your NOTIFICATION SLIP on the Covenant University website (Click on CU PORTAL to access the slip)
- Use the Covenant University Pin Payment Platform (Please do not use etranzact)
- For New Students - Acceptance Fee is part of total fees (See details on Notification Slip).
- Students are to pay School fees in full (100% payment) before the resumption date.
- Use your Registration Number as Username and Password.
- Please Note that the Transaction Charge to be added to your school fees when making payment at the bank is N350.
- For support issues call 08156914241/08083457121 or send a mail to:
Steps on how to make payment on Covenant University Portal
1. Get to any of the banks listed below to make payment
- Enterprise Bank
- Covenant Microfinance Bank (CMFB)
- First Bank of Nigeria
- Diamond Bank
- Access Bank
- Union Bank
- Zenith bank
2. Request to make payment through the Covenant University PIN Payment platform.
3. Follow the instruction given by the bank's Teller
4. Obtain a receipt printout which contains your PIN number and Receipt number
5. Proceed to www.covenantuniversity.edu.ng
6. Click on ‘CU Portal’ at the top-right corner of the webpage
7. Enter your details and Login (Use Application No as ID and Password)
8. Click on ‘Pay Fees’
9. Click on the ‘Here’ link to proceed
10. Enter ‘Amount’ and ‘Purpose’ of payment. Click on ‘Next’ to continue
11. If payment detail entered is correct, click on the ‘Here’ link to proceed
12. Click ‘OK’ to continue
13. Click the ‘Here’ link to proceed
14. Select ‘CU Pin’ as an option of payment
15. Click on ‘Proceed’ to continue
16. Enter ‘Receipt No’ and ‘Confirmation No’ to make payment
17. Click on ‘Pay’
18. Click on ‘Print Receipt’ to print your receipt
Admission to Lifelong Learning Programmes, Jun 25 2012
The programme provides a platform for mounting high quality, flexible and part time education for lifelong learners. The viable and innovative training programmes targets meeting the changing needs of a wide range ofprofessionals and academics.
Eligibility for NYSC
A candidate is eligible for NYSC if he/she is a graduate of University, Polytechnic or Monotechnic in Nigeria or abroad. In addition, candidate who qualifies for NYSC mobilization must not be more than 30 years of age.
Exemption from NYSC
A candidate can be exempted from the scheme if he/she has been in military service for more than 9 months, above 30 years of age at first degree or earn any National Award. However, members of Nigeria Custom Service, Nigeria Immigration Service, Nigeria Civil Defence and Security Corps and Federal Road Safety Commission are not exempted from NYSC.
Exclusion from NYSC
Candidates who are excluded from the scheme neither get discharge certificate nor exemption certificate. The group of graduates include, those who studied through part-time programme, obtained a degree from polytechnic or graduates of Professional Institutions.
Required Documents at Orientation Camp
Prospective corps members are expected to come to camp with the following documents:
- Original Call-Up Letter.
- Original Statement of Result.
- 12 passport photographs at a shot.
- Original final year ID card.
This is a privilege given to prospective corps members to choose a desired state of deployment based on health and/or marriage ground.
On cases applicable to threaten ailment, candidates must submit a medical report to institution of graduation while the NYSC Schedule Officer of such institute gets a medical report from the school's doctor to back it up.
Candidates requesting for concessional posting on marriage ground are expected to present their genuine marriage certificates and evidence of change of names from a newspaper to institution of graduation or orientation camp. However, all requests for concessional posting require back up letters from the Registrar of institution requesting for such posting.
Loss of Call-Up Letter
Candidate who lost his/her call-up letter cannot be mobilized again for the same batch in which the letter is lost. Therefore, graduates in this category are to get police report and sworn affidavit submitted to their schools for remobilization/revalidation in a subsequent batch. A letter to back it up is also required from institution of graduation.
Corporate Leave and Programme of NYSC
The NYSC has made provision for three (3 ) types of leave during the service year. These include:
- Convocation Leave: This is granted to interested corps members who may choose to go for their convocation ceremonies.
- Terminal Leave: This refers to the 21 days deducted from the service year before the Passing Out Parade.
- Casual Leave: A casual leave is given to corps members who need to embark on an urgent journey. However, approval must be gotten from the zonal coordinator or inspector of such candidate.
Corporate Programmes include:
- Orientation Programme: This is a 3-week Orientation Camp experience.
- Primary Assignment: This comes after the Orientation Camp. At this stage, corps members are deployed to places of primary assignment for service.
- Community Development Service (CDS): It is compulsory for all Corps members to be in a CDS so as to contribute positively to their immediate community.
- Secondary Assignment: Opportunities are given to Corps members who may decide to embark on a project. Completed projects are rated at the end of the service year for Local, State and Federal Government Awards.
- Winding-Up and Passing Out: This is the last stage of the NYSC programmes. It is the point at which discharge certificates are issued to qualified corps members.
Expectations from NYSC
The following are the expectations of prospective Corps members from NYSC:
- Call-Up Letters are given free of charge.
- Automobile and motorcycle are not allowed in camp.
- Candidates must register before the 2 days cut-off dates in camp.
- Corps members will not be allowed to go home after orientation camp.
- The NYSC currently offers nineteen thousand, eight hundred (N19,800) naira as corps member monthly allowance.
- On arrival at the camp, corps members are given transport allowance while bicycle allowance is paid after orientation camp.
- Prospective Corps members are expected to obey all rules and regulations throughout the service year. Candidate who is absent from place of primary assignment for 3 months is considered to have absconded from service. The act attracts repetition of service year in another geo-political zone.