A 12-man top administrative officers team of the University of Lagos was in Covenant University on Wednesday, February 19, 2014, on a study tour of the University’s Registry and Financial Services for administrative effectiveness.
Technology today is on the fast track and it is not slowing down. It is now up to people and institutions to keep up with the pace or be left behind. Covenant University has chosen the former. There is no doubt that there has been a remarkable and undeniable improvement in the technological facilities of Covenant University over the years.
The Chancellor, Covenant University and Landmark University, Dr. David Oyedepo has reiterated the commitment of the two institutions to leading revolution in education and agriculture in the country.
Covenant University Centre for Entrepreneurial Development Studies (CEDS) has introduced 14 additional vocations to the existing 22. Consequently, the Centre now offers 36 vocations in various fields.
The Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA) is planning a working partnership with Covenant University. According to its Students’ Support Manager, ACCA Nigeria, Mr. Joseph Udoh, the University is one of the selected 10 reputable institutions the group would be working with.
As part of measures towards ensuring better service delivery for users of the University’s library, Covenant University Centre for Learning Resources (CLR) has started the process of improving on existing facilities at the centre.
The Executive Secretary, Nigerian Academy of Science (NAS), Dr. Doyin Odubanjo, has stated the importance of bridging the gap between the old and new generation scientists.
The Head, Department of Estate Management in Covenant University, Dr. Ayotunde Oni, has charged the University’s representatives at the 2014 Argus Software Competition to put up impressive performance at the ongoing event.
“Microbes are not naked to the eyes; they are small and classified as either bacteria or fungus. The role these microorganism play in the sustenance of life cannot be measured and thus the need for man to move away from the realm of antibiotics in fighting them to embracing ‘Nutrobiotics’ to cohabiting with them.”
A Memorandum of Understanding was signed this month between Covenant University, and University of Durham, United Kingdom.