Directorate of Academic Affairs

Overview

The Academic Affairs Directorate under the University Registry is responsible for academic-related issues of the University. It is specifically tasked with strategic planning, development, coordination and implementation of academic policies of the University. Additionally, the directorate oversees all admission processes in the University and through the presentation of papers and memoranda, offer alternative views on academic matters to the University’s Academic Board for its consideration.

Units

The directorate has under its wing, four units namely; Admissions, Records, Certificate and Transcript and ID units.

Admission Unit

All admissions are processed by the Admission Unit. It determines in consultation with the Admissions Board on the cut-off points and requirements necessary for admission into a programme or course.

Records Unit

The Records Unit exists for the compilation, processing and updating of student academic records for information accuracy and record keeping. The Unit also assists in generating data for certificate, transcripts and letters of verification.

Certificate & Transcript Unit

The issuance of Academic certificates is carried out by the Certificate Unit. They coordinate together with the records unit to produce accurate information on the certificate of students.

Identification Card Unit

The ID Card Unit produces identification contents for ID cards for admitted students, taking into consideration a careful verification of their biodata, personal data, year of enrolment and courses of study.

Services

Other Services 
  1. Letters of Attestation
  2. Letters of Testimonial
  3. True Certified Copies of Certificates
  4. Letters of Deferment of Programmes and Reinstatement
Change of Name/Date of Birth

The policy of the Institution does not accept a request for change of names except on marital grounds. Making an amendment to names and date of birth of students are as well not accepted by the Institution. All the same, rectification of wrong spelling of names is accepted if detected that the fault originated from the Institution.