Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Arthur Jarvis University matriculates over 250 students; commences Law and Basic Medical Sciences soon

| 2 May 2018 | Correspondent 

Arthur Jarvis University (AJU), Akpabuyo, Cross River State has matriculated over 250 students for 2017/2018 academic session in it second year of establishment with the Faculty of Law and Basic Medical Sciences coming in soon.

According to the Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Ani Nkang, Arthur Jarvis University now has 23 academic programmes spread out in 15 departments and 4 faculties, collapsed into the faculty of Natural and Applied Sciences and faculty of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences.

Prof. Nkang added that, "In line with the University's strategic plan, the National Universities Commission, NUC is processing the commencement of programmes in the Faculties of Basic Medical Sciences and Faculty of Law in October 2018 for the 2018/2019 academic session".

The Vice Chancellor tasked the freshmen, 142 and women, 109 to maintain law and order, protect the University properties, respect the rights of staff and other students, promptly pay school charges, as well as report any suspicious or criminal activities to the University authorities.

He further urged them to key into the varsity vision, "to be a reputable institution producing high quality graduates for outstanding impact on global socio-economic development" and mission, "equipping students with life and entrepreneurial skills as well as academic knowledge for active participation in global socio-economic development".

The 2nd matriculation ceremony was graced by His Excellency the Consular General of Equitorial Guinea,  the Chancellor of the University, Sir Arthur Jarvis Archibong, Prof. Bassey  Asuquo, chairman Board of trustees, Parents and several others.