To further validate her Vision of raising a new generation of leaders and proffer solutions to the leadership question in Africa, Covenant University has flagged off a Leadership Certificate programme.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Charles K. Ayo, alongside other members of Management, continued his strategic visits to the School of Engineering on Thursday, January 16, 2014.
The Management of Covenant University, in a bid to interact with the faculty and staff of the various schools in the University visited the School of Social Sciences in the College of Development Studies, on Wednesday, January 15, 2014.
The Office of the Head of Civil Service of the Federation has visited Covenant University, based on her leadership antecedents among universities in the country, to understudy her management system and seamless succession policy.
Covenant University through her Community Development Impact Initiative Committee (CU-CDIIC), has embarked on a project to eradicate the general phobia most students have for mathematics.
The Vice-Chancellor of Covenant University, Professor Charles Ayo, has charged the Strategic Business Unit (SBU) of the University to work assiduously towards enhanced service delivery in the University, for both internal and external patrons.
The Board of Regents, Covenant University has approved the appointment of a new Chaplain for the University and Directors for the Centre for Systems and Information Service (CSIS); Strategic Business Unit (SBU); Africa Leadership Development Centre (ALDC) and a newly created office of the Chief Internal Auditor (CIA).
Dear Esteemed Regent and Mother, We are honoured today to join a host of others to celebrate your birthday. “Being confident of this very thing, that he which hath begun a good work in you will perform it until the day of Jesus Christ...” Philippians 1:6
As you celebrate your birthday today, 5th February 2014; the entire management, faculty, and staff of Covenant University deeply acknowledge God’s faithfulness in your life Ma.
He fought a good fight of faith, exhibiting, throughout his lifetime, a staunch belief in the equality of all men, irrespective of race, colour or gender. He was Nelson Rolihlalha Mandela, South Africa’s first black President and legendary freedom fighter. Mandela frenetically and fearlessly bestrode the narrow walls of injustice, where men were separated according to ethnic and racial orientations, and where the autochthonous and aboriginal inhabitants of the land were despised and classed as second class never-do-wells.
Three years after emerging as the Best ICT driven University in West Africa, Covenant University within her 11 years of existence has adopted one of the defining teaching platforms in the world that gives faculty and students of the University access to academic tools and resources anytime and anywhere.