The Students’ Affairs Division is a Registry Division established to oversee matters of students’ well-being, rewards and discipline. The
Division supervises activities of students including, guidance, welfare and encouragement on a number of extra-curricular activities that are beneficial to their well-being and development. It also performs such oversight functions such as allocation and management of halls of residence on campus as well as provision of basic information on off-campus accommodation arrangement.
The Division consists of the Student Welfare Unit, Careers and Counselling Unit, Lodgings Unit and NYSC Mobilization Unit.
STUDENT WELFARE UNIT
The Student Welfare Unit is statutorily responsible for activities that relate to welfare of students irrespective of religious, ethnic, race or social affinity. The Unit handles all processes ranging from basic support on co-curricular activities, verification of student particulars, inspection of recreation facilities for students, facilitation of protocols for student delegates on university assignment to specific concerns for students with special needs. In addition, the Unit is responsible for students’ discipline and reward system. The Unit co-ordinates the entire Central Student Disciplinary Committee (CSDC) proceedings and ensures appropriate compliance with the directives of the Committee. The Central Student Disciplinary Committee handles such matters as students’ disciplinary cases through the Student Welfare Unit. The Central Student Disciplinary Committee is a committee of Senate set up in accordance with the provision of section 5 sub-section 1 and 2 (h) of the Conduct of Students in the University.
As part of its responsibilities, the Unit also offers important information to students when the need arises. And every year, the Student Information Handbook published by the University is distributed to students by the Unit. All enquiries on student welfare should be directed to +234-8153518702, +234-7044650625. Below are other useful hotlines in case of immediate need or emergency +234-8032155435, +234-8033872855.