Covenant University, through her Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC) marked the 2014 World Health Day by reaching out to the under-privileged in the University’s host community.
After three days of an intense resource verification exercise by a five-man accreditation panel from the Institute of Chartered Accountants of Nigeria (ICAN), the preliminary reports of the team has commended the level and depth of resources available in the Department of Accounting in Covenant University.
After weeks of intense training on leadership, its challenges, decision-making and national development, graduating students of Covenant University are expected to engage in case study situations as a group and proffer practical solutions to cases that border on leadership and development.
For the second time running, First Class graduates of Covenant University have emerged tops in the Presidential Special Scholarship Scheme for Innovation and Development (PRESSID) with 19 out of 200 candidates.
The Annual Overseas Higher Education Fair of the Covenant University held on the 26th of March, 2014, at the Lecture Theatre of the institution. The Fair which attracted more than 100 participating universities across the world began at 2pm and ended at 5pm.
The Covenant University Senate on Thursday, March 27, 2014 held its One Hundredth sitting with appreciation to God for all the accomplishments of the University from inception.
The Management of Covenant University has commended the performance of the Faculty Support Programme (FSP) for the measures they have put in place to make learning and living on campus conducive for the students.
Right from inception, Covenant University has maintained a focus on its goals and core values, bearing in mind the clarity of the vision and mission statement that gave birth to the University. That mandate has seen the University produce top quality graduates over the years and in a bid to sustain quality and standards, the University established the Quality and Academic Standards Unit.
The essence of education has been revolutionized all over the world since the turn of the century, from being a place of imparting and acquiring knowledge through teaching and learning, to one targeted at training individuals outside of regular academic curriculum in a bid to help them tap into their innate capacities to deliver on their competencies.
The School of Postgraduate Studies (SPS) Covenant University, Ota, held its orientation programme today, 27th February 2014.