Covenant University, on June 25, 2015, held its 10th Convocation Lecture. The lecture, delivered by Professor Peter A. Okebukola, was titled, ‘Higher Education and Africa’s Future: Doing what is Right.’
The 10th Convocation Ceremony of Covenant University (CU), Canaan Land, Ota, took place on June, 26, 2015. Ebubechukwu Emmanuel Oti, a graduate of Electrical & Electronics Engineering, emerged as the best graduating student for 2014/2015 academic session, among a total of 1,315 graduating students, having bagged ‘first class honours’ with a 4.96 CGPA.
The Vice-Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor Charles Ayo has revealed that “Innovation, Product Development and Nation Building” would be the goal of the University for the 2015/2016 Academic Session, which would commence in August.
Covenant University graduating class of 2015 has been advised to make impact in their society after leaving the University.
Members of the Covenant University Alumni Association have been urged to develop personal relationship with God who is capable of empowering a man for unending progress.
Q:Several things have attracted the external context to Covenant University in recent times, such as our public lecture series and world-class conferences like the International Conference on African Development Issues (ICADI), Future Ready University Conference, e-governance Conference, etc. It is generally understood that the initiative of town and gown is the interface between the University and its immediate environment. Kindly define sir, the context of Covenant University’s Town and Gown Initiative?
In a bid to further expand its scope and collaborate with other like-minded institutions, the Committee for Covenant University Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies (CEDS) on Tuesday, June 9, 2015 visited the Industrial Development Centre (IDC), Lagos.
Year two students of the College of Engineering, Covenant University, have described the Student Work Experience Programme (SWEP) as innovative and beneficial for both personal and professional growth. The aim of the programme is to promote technical skills among Engineering students.
Speakers and participants at the recently concluded maiden edition of Future Ready University Conference 2015 have agreed that a future ready university is one with the right equipment, tools and skills to succeed, as well as overcome any problem that may arise.
In recent times, Covenant University has played host to so many individuals, corporate organizations, groups, governmental and non-governmental organizations, professional bodies and schools at her well layed out campus.