Covenant University Management, led by the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, on Monday, August 21, 2015, addressed the research active faculty of the university. The meeting agenda centered on the innovative platform, AFROSCHOLAR, a brainchild of the Covenant University Management.
The fresh students of Covenant University, at the conclusion of the orientation programme, have been given a variety of strategies to maximise their study and learning. They have been encouraged to utilise facilities in the university, as this will be essential to their academic development; and to exercise caution when using social media. This advise was given by the Director of the Centre for Learning Resources, Dr. Nkiko Christopher; the Director, Centre for Lifelong Learning, Dr. Adedayo Odukoya and the immediate past Director of Media and Corporate Affairs, Dr Lanre Amodu.
As the 2015/2016 academic session begins, the Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor have encouraged the returning students to love God genuinely, embrace godliness and adhere to the university’s core values because that is the best way to live a life of impact.
Covenant University’s Board of Regents (the highest decision making body) has ratified the appointment of some new Principal Officers for the 2015/2016 Academic Session.
As the 2015/2016 Academic Session begins, parents of the newly admitted students have shared their experiences on the online registration process. Covenant University have recently upgraded their online registration process in a bid to make registration more efficient and effortless for students and parents alike. Many parents came from near and distant places in support of their children and have taken the time to relay their feelings to the Media and Corporate Affairs of the University. They expressed satisfaction with the online registration and what they have seen of the university. They believe that Covenant University will bring out the best in their children. Among the parents, were those bringing their children for the first time.
Covenant University held the welcome assembly for the newly admitted students into the 2015/2016 academic session on Monday, August 10 2015, at the University Chapel. The Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor and Deputy Vice-Chancellor each addressed the students encouraging them to embrace the opportunities Covenant University offers them, in order to prepare them for their future
The Covenant University 2015/2016 Academic Session commenced promptly with the orientation programme for its fresh students on Monday, August 10, 2015. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles Ayo, his Deputy, Professor Taiwo Abioye and the Director of Academic Planning, Dr Olawande Daramola, were on hand to familiarise the freshmen with the stands of the university.
The Chancellor of Covenant University, Dr. David Oyedepo, has called on the faculty and staff to earnestly seek divine wisdom which is superior to all other known wisdom and is necessary for them to reign in life.
Covenant University was a beehive of activities on Friday, August 14, 2015, as the institution held its 42nd Public Lecture. The lecture which was titled, ‘A Deconstructionist Alternative in a Post-Development Africa,’ was delivered by C. Nana Fynnba Derby, PhD, a Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice at Virginia State University, USA.
There were showers of encomium and celebration in a send forth ceremony on Saturday, August 8, 2015, when the Chancellor and the Management of Covenant University celebrated the contributions of two distinguished professors Ekundayo Adeyemi and Joshua Ojo.