CU marks Founder’s Day in colour
October 21,2006, was a day of colour, praises, sweet reminiscences and validation, through concrete testimonials, of the glorious vision that birthed Covenant University, as the University marked the 4th anniversary of its Founder’s Day.
Muyiwa Fadugba is a graduate of Covenant University and currently on National Service on the platform of the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) in Borno State. In this interview, Fadugba who was former Student Council Chairman, CU Student Council and now the Chairman of the Steering Committee of the University Alumni Association, speaks on his experience at the NYSC, the University Alumni, their unbroken tie with the University, among other issues.
CU flags off Community Development Impact for new set of Eagles
Covenant University has flagged off the second phase of its innovative Community Development Impact Initiative Programme for the Class 2007 students.
News From NYSC Camp
An Eagle just back from the National Youth Service Corps Orientation Camp speaks of her experience and what makes CU graduates outstanding among their colleagues.
VC BAGS NAWACS AWARD
Someone once defined excellence as the capacity to possess good qualities in high degree. Translation: Excellence means scoring [A] grades in your assignment. Excellence, therefore, attracts recognition and applause.
SWEP for Engineering Students Kicks off
The University’s College of Science and Technology has successfully flagged off its 3rd Student’s Work Experience Programme (SWEP) for its engineering students.
CU graduates 720 First, 21 Masters Degrees at 1st Convocation
It was pomp and pageantry at the final day of the first Convocation Ceremony of the University, which took place on Friday, July 28, 2006. At the ceremony, dubbed, “The Release of Eagles”, about 720 first degrees and 21 Master’s degrees were awarded in the following disciplines: Accounting, Business Administration, Industrial Relations, Marketing, Economics, Banking & Finance, International Relations, and Policy & Strategic Studies. Others were English Language, Literature-In-English, Mass Communication, Public Relations & Advertising, Psychology, Sociology, Computer Science, and Management Information Systems. 26 students graduated in the first class honours division.
It was intellectually stimulating and spiritually empowering at the second day of Covenant University convocation week. The day, which started with a convocation lecture delivered by Prof Joy Ogwu, OFR, Director-General of Nigerian Institute of International Affairs, also featured in the evening a Convocation Service conducted by Pastor Matthew Ashimolowo of the Kingsway International Christian Centre (KICC), London.
CU FIRST CONVOCATION KICKS OFF
Activities marking the first convocation ceremony of Covenant University kick-off on Monday, July 4, 2006 in a three-pronged programme. These are special University Assembly in the morning, World Press Conference, addressed by the Chancellor, Dr David Oyedepo in the afternoon and serenade evening that witnessed a concert performance by Life Art Band.
CU hosts an International Workshop & Conference on mathematical and computer sciences
Between June 19 and 23, 2006, Covenant University was host to an International Workshop and Conference on: “New Trends in the Mathematical and Computer Sciences with Applications to Real World Problems”, which drew over 100 scholars in various areas of the mathematical and computer sciences from Austria, Poland, Sweden, The Netherlands, the United States of America and Nigeria. The Workshop and Conference were jointly organized by Covenant University and the International Centre for Mathematical and Computer Sciences, Lagos, in collaboration with the National Universities Commission, Abuja.