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Office of the Registrar

The Registrar is the Chief Administrative Officer of the University under the Vice-Chancellor and is responsible for the general administration of the University. He is the advisor to the Vice-Chancellor on all matters affecting the management of the University. Currently, the Registry has three Units, namely: The Academic Affairs Unit, The Human Relations Office and the Examinations Office. The Office, through these Units, is the fulcrum that sees to: admissions; registration of students; matriculation and graduation; issuance of transcripts; issuance of general correspondence and pertinent student’s letters and Certificates, staff recruitment, training and development and administration of the University’s Conditions of Service. The Registrar is the Secretary to the following:

(a) Council;

(b) Office of the Chancellor;

 (c) Senate; and

(d) All other Statutory Committees and Boards.

In addition, the Registrar is the custodian of the University’s seal and records.

Our Officers are always eager to offer services that will make an impression on students, staff and other stakeholders that patronize our services. Our doors are opened to you and all we want to do is to facilitate the creation of enabling environment for teaching and learning.

We wish you a pleasant encounter with the Registry.