Ignatius Ajuru University of Education, IAUE Matriculation Date to Matriculate 1,800 Freshers for the 2016/2017 academic session.
The Authorities of the Ignatius Ajuru University of Education has announced Saturday, April 22, 2017, as the new date for Matriculation of freshers for the 2016/2017 session.
The decision to shift the date of the matriculation was taken at the fifth Senate meeting to give the 1,800 newly admitted students of the university the opportunity to conclude their registration formalities and secure matriculation numbers before the ceremony.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele will also meet with students on Wednesday, March 15, 2017, at the university auditorium by 12noon and all students are expected to be seated by 11.30am.
The forum which will have all the Deans, Directors, Head of Departments in attendance, will provide the students with the opportunity to dialogue with the Vice-Chancellor who will address all issues raised by them.
The Chief Executive also advised Deans and Head of Departments to have regular meetings with students at the faculty and departmental levels to counsel and guide them properly on what to do at all times.
Students who were offered admissions into the postgraduate Diploma in Education programmes will commence their lectures that same Wednesday, March 15, 2017.
Some programmes by the university were reviewed by Senate to ensure that they were in line with best standards after the Director, Academic Planning, Professor Vincent Asuru made a presentation.
The Vice-Chancellor advised that the programmes and curriculum be redesigned in such a manner that the students would be empowered to be self-reliant upon graduation.
He hinted that Council has approved the commencement of the Primary, Secondary and Business schools at St John’s campus and enjoined staff interested in serving as Board members of the schools to apply for admissions into the schools will start by September 2017.
Professor Ozo-Mekuri Ndimele encouraged Staff members to lead by example and patronize the university paint factory for all their painting needs.
He expressed disappointment over apathy to service by staff and added that nobody volunteered to head the University Centre for Advancement responsible for linkages, exchange programmes, endowment etc and pointed out that the university advancement centre is critical to the survival of the university.
He however frowned at the fact that people clamoured for areas they considered juicy like Student Affairs, Centre for continuing education, Basic Studies etc and Wonder why personal gains should come before service.
The Vice-Chancellor thanked all those who participated in the Walk to Live exercise as well as those who sponsored the refreshment. Senate members voted for the newly elected Deans to sponsor the next exercise scheduled for Saturday, April 1, 2017, with Professor Tugwell Agina- Obu as the Chairman of that committee.