The Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission, Professor Julius Okojie has praised Covenant University for its achievements, saying that the University had done more than Harvard did during the first century of its existence.
Covenant University has blazed the trail in becoming the first University in Nigeria to sign reproduction agreement with the Reproduction Right Society of Nigeria (REPRONIG), a collecting society for Nigerian Copyright Commission.
Covenant University’s 15th Public Lecture will open up new vistas for development of solar and other renewable energy sources in meeting the nation’s energy demands.
CU holds Public Lecture on the Accounting Profession, the Church and the Nigerian State: Change Agents for National Rebirth.
With the recent inauguration of a new government in the country that saw the emergence of not only the first university graduate as president but also academicians occupying the two topmost positions in the land, the call for a rebirth in all other facets of the polity reverberate across the country.
The Chancellor, Dr David Oyedepo has inaugurated this year’s Towards A Total Graduate (TTG) programme of the University for the graduating class of 2007. The event took place on Sunday, June 3, 2007 at the University Cafeteria 2.
Between May 16 and 18, 2007, Covenant University had the privilege of playing host to some of the greatest Christian leaders of our time, including of the Charismatic Worldwide Movement and Dr Creflo Dollar of the World Changers Church International, USA.
Covenant University has further consolidated its lead as an ICT-driven University in the country with the recent launch of a world class, state-of-the-arts ICT Certification Laboratory at the University’s College of Science and Technology.
Covenant University’s innovative application of information and communication technology (ICT) in its teaching and research methodology has been adjudged the best amongst private universities in the country.
As the nation gears towards the handover of power from one civilian government to another, an in-depth and intellectual analysis of the country’s economy, especially the challenges pose by leadership styles of our political leaders who deplete the achievement of their government through negligence, lack of commitment and crass incompetence, thereby living ample room for roguish practices in the economy, will be the main focus at Covenant University’s Public Lecture on Thursday, May 31, 2007.
With the high failure rate of businesses in Nigeria, Covenant University’s 12th Public Lecture will take a critical look at the negative effects of abnormal behavourial syndrome in the management of business enterprises, especially those owned by government, on the country’s all overall national development.