Covenant University will be hosting key officers of the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the United States Embassy in Nigeria on Wednesday, November 21, 2007. The visit, which will be the third of its kind in three years, will feature a special lecture presentation and discussion of issues of mutual interest between the Public Affairs Section and the University.
It was a week of colour, praises, sweet reminiscences, external impact and validation, through concrete testimonials, of the glorious vision that birthed Covenant University, as the University marked the 5th anniversary of its Founder's Day.
The matriculation ceremony for 2007/2008 academic session for the newly-admitted undergraduate students of Covenant University, takes place on Friday, November 09, 2007.
History was made on Wednesday, November 21, 2007, when Covenant University played host to key officials from the Public Affairs Section (PAS) of the United States Embassy in Nigeria.
Four Ambassadors from Covenant University are currently participating in this year's Nigerian International Model United Nations Society (NIGIMUNS) conference 2007, taking place in the nation's Capital city of Abuja.
Since it was first discovered 26 years ago, the HIV/AIDS pandemic has remained the greatest health challenge the world has ever faced. Although cases of HIV/AIDS have been reported in all countries of the world, the burden of the pandemic is greatest in sub-Saharan Africa including Nigeria. That is why the international worlds AIDS day is significant to us at Covenant University.
It was an evening of fun, relaxation and rekindling of passion for sports, as Covenant University's ultra modern sports complex was officially commissioned on Wednesday, December 5, 2007.
Covenant University has emerged the best at the just concluded Nigerian Model United Nations Society (NIGIMUNS) conference in Abuja. The university delegation made of four students representing four different countries as ambassadors and two staff, emerged as the Best School Delegation at the conference.
Covenant University resumed academic activities on Wednesday, January 02, 2008 after a three-and-a-half week Shiloh/Christmas holiday break. The University campus started bubbling with live as early as 7 am when students, who were warmly received at their halls of residence by faculty and staff, started arriving with great excitement and expectations for the New Year.
Covenant University's 18th Public Lecture will critically explore the relationship between French studies and human development as well as the relevance of a programme of French studies to the making of the Total Man in the 21st century Nigerian /African and global context.