DIRECTORATE OF INFORMATION & COMMUNICATION TECHNOLOGY
The Directorate serves as the local provider of ICT services at the University with the MIS unit supporting all applications and systems used for academic and non-academic purposes.
Fresh students wishing to apply for change of course are to apply to the Registrar as follows:
Students who failed the online screening but posses the requirements for other courses should apply for change of course immediately;
Students offered courses for which they are not qualified to register, should apply for change to courses they are qualified for immediately;
Students offered admission and wishing to change course should complete the central registration first and then apply for change of course.
All applicants must state their reasons for seeking change of course and must attach copies of their UTME and O’/A’ level results.
Submission of change of course applications closes on Friday 29th January, 2016. Late submission will not be entertained.
After applying for CHANGE OF COURSE, click here to update your record.
CALL FOR PAPERS International Conference
“African Slave Trade and Slavery across the Sahara, the Mediterranean, the Middle East and the Indian Ocean: Memories and untold Tragedies.”
Post Screening / Registration Guidelines for New Students 2015/2016 Academic Session
This is to inform the University Community that issuance of admission letter for all the successfully screened candidates has commenced today, Wednesday, 13th January, 2016.
All successfully screened candidates are hereby informed that they are required to print their admission letters on/or before 29th January, 2016 and move on to Central Registration by 1st February, 2016. Candidates who are unable to comply with the Registration Timelines would be presumed to have declined the offer.
“To learn and to serve” Let us proudly move forward
Happy New Year! I sincerely hope that all staff and students have a wonderful year ahead of them.
Looking back at 2015, the year has been that of anxiety and great expectation. In international affairs, there were frequent unsettling moments and violence with several wars and terror attack around the globe. Closer home in Nigeria are also violent attacks and the fears associated with Boko Haram, cattle rustling and several communal clashes coupled with being an election year. Happily towards the end of the year things begin to settle down and peace restored thanks to the peaceful conduct and transition to a new government.
There is no doubt that the year 2015 will be regarded as a year of historical turning-points. One of the turning points unfortunately is the economic downtown with drastic drop of oil prices and thus the drastic earnings of the nation. The situation is and remains an economic or near economic crises which will have bearing in our work and day to day activities. In a situation like this, and with continuing trend, every organization including University will be forced to make changes.
Still looking back at 2015, it was a good year for UMYU. We had a smooth uninterrupted academic calendar, Twenty (25) undergraduate academic programmes obtained full accreditation status, three additional post graduate programmes were introduced, and there were 31 physical development on-going projects.
For all of us, staff, students and other stakeholders at UMYU, 2016 is for reflection and strive to proudly move forward with positive changes. To reflect is to restate our purpose as prescribed in the Law establishing and governing our conduct as a University and commitment to achieve. As a University we must seek solutions to problems that may have seemed unsolvable, endeavouring to answer questions that threaten to elude us. The research work we undertake and the students we educate must have capacity to improve our immediate communities.
In our third (after teaching and research) and equally important function, community service, we must ask the right questions and find the right answers to the problems starkly steering us, prominent here is the near total decay of our educational system, utterly prominent at the primary and secondary levels.
In relation to this problem is the novel idea of the Pro-Chancellor and Chairman of our Governing Council to involve our prominent citizens and members of UMYU community in voluntary teaching in Katsina State public schools. We are developing this initiative and we are preparing for its take-off this year and will certainly call for the cooperation of each and every one.
We are this year joined by more and more of our staff that had completed their Ph. Ds in different fields of study. These “new” community members are back at a time when University education is undergoing rapid and dramatic transformation worldwide. Knowledge is growing in importance in addressing the world’s problems, technology promises both wondrous possibilities and profound dislocations, outside forces are increasingly shaping lives and work, and government and public expectations and demands of higher education are intensifying. There are opportunities in these situational developments—opportunities for our teaching, for our research, and for our societal (community) service.
Professor Idris Isa Funtua
The Finance and general Purpose Committee had during its 27th meeting held on Tuesday, 10th November, 2015 approved the allocation of hostel accommodation to Postgraduate students at the cost of N150, 000.00 per room.
All candidates offered admission on the first and second admission list are hereby informed that they are required to complete screening on/or before 30th November, 2015. Candidates who are unable to complete the screening by this date would be presumed to have declined the offer.
Please note that the screening does not attract ANY PAYMENT.
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