A total of 1, 140 students graduated at the 5th convocation ceremony of the University which took place on Friday, July 2, 2010.
For commitment to restoration of the dignity of black man and academic excellence, the Vice Chancellor, Covenant University, Professor Aize Obayan has been awarded the Distinguished Diamond Award of the University of Nigeria Alumni Association.
Covenant University’s vision to revolutionize the African educational landscape has continued to be validated as three products from the University’s research base were granted patent recently by the Federal Government...
The New Covenant University’s Students’ Council for the 2010/2011 Academic Session has been inaugurated. The inauguration took place at the University Faculty Fellowship Hall penultimate Friday. The new Council members were also presented to the entire student body at a Sunday service.
CU has commenced the full implementation of the October 2009 Federal Government and Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU) Agreement of the Consolidated University Academic Salary Structure (CONUASS).
“To succeed in research, you must make it your only occupation.” This was a piece of advice from Professor Kehinde Onwuche Okonjo to the young Faculty at the 5th edition of the Mentorship Chat Series organized by the School of Postgraduate Studies, Covenant University on Tuesday.
Today, there is a growing need to evolve more intelligent software systems in order to respond to the increasing complexity and sophistication of automating human tasks.
The National Institute of Marketing of Nigeria (NIMN) is to make Covenant University its study centre and also an Examination centre before the end of the year.
The Vice Chancellor, Professor Aize Obayan, has commended the Faculty, Staff and Students of Architecture Department of the University for their consistency in the gown/town relationship tagged Archifuse 2010.