Extension of Date for Submission of Forms for Staff Audit Exercise

Further to the bulletin earlier issued in this regard, all staff and retirees of Ambrose Alli University are hereby informed that the closing date for the collection and submission of staff audit forms have graciously been extended to Friday July 19, 2019.

All staff and retirees who have not submitted the forms should take advantage of this extension to avoid unpleasant consequences.
Staff and retirees who are unable to attach their Primary 6 School Leaving Certificate (SLC) are required to clearly indicate the year they finished primary 6.

However, all staff whose employment are based only on primary 6 school leaving certificate as their highest qualification are duty bound to attach the primary 6 certificate.

The cases of staff who are on study abroad, or who are physically incapacitated will be handled by the Audit Committee taking into account the peculiarity of their cases.

Above is for the information and guidance of all staff.

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Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer


This is to inform the staff, students, University community and general public that the Directorate of Entrepreneurial/Career Studies, Ambrose Alli University, Ekpoma has some products produced by them for sales.

They are as follows:

  1. Liquid hand/plate wash(detergent)                -        N300/1 Litre
  2. Antiseptic (general disinfectant)
  • (i) ENTZAL  (ii) ENTTOL                               -        N200
  1. Liquid Car wash with antirust                        -        N300/1 Litre
  2. Air Freshners                                                -        N200
  3. Pure Leather belt                                          -        N2,500
  4. Shoes (Male and female)                             -        Negotiable
  5. Beads                                                           -        Negotiable
  6. Women Head jars                                        -        Negotiable
  7. Flower pots                                                  -        N500
  8. Bags                                                            -         Negotiable

The venue for the sales is Directorate of Entrepreneurial/Career Studies, AAU, Ekpoma and it starts on Wednesday, 10th July, 2019 at reduced rate.

Come one!  Come all!!


Osadolor O. Odia, Ph.D
Director of Entrepreneurial/Career Studies.

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Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

Fourth Postgraduate Matriculation Ceremony

This is to inform all fresh Postgraduate Students that the University Management has approved that the fourth Postgraduate Matriculation Ceremony, for 2018/2019 session be scheduled as follows:

Date:            Thursday, 18th July, 2019

Time:           10:00am

Venue:         Rev. Chris Oyakhilomen Ultra-Modern Auditorium

All Postgraduate Students should please note the following in respect of the Matriculation Ceremony.

  1. Matriculation gowns should be collected from the School of Postgraduate Studies on the presentation of receipt of N4,000, from Friday, 12th July, 2019.
  2. The Matriculation gowns should be returned latest Monday, 22nd July, 2019.
  3. The Matriculation gowns would attract a penalty of N200 per day for everyday if retained after 22nd July, 2019.
  4. All Postgraduate students would be required to swear to a fresh Matriculation oath at the venue of the Matriculation Ceremony.
  5. All Postgraduate Students would be required to sign the Matriculation Register thereafter at the School of Postgraduate Studies.
  6. Only duly Matriculated students with identity cards would henceforth be recognized as bonafide students to be allowed into lecture and examination halls.
  7. The process of Issurance of Identify Cards would commence after the Matriculation gown from the School of Postgraduate Studies from Friday, 12th July, 2019.

All Principal Officers, Deans and Academic Directors should be dressed in academic robes for the academic procession.

All relevant organs of the University (the Electrical Unit, Physical Planning, Ceremonial Committee, Security etc) are required to take necessary action towards the success of the ceremony.


Dr. E.I. Isiramen
Deputy Registrar/School Secretary
School of Postgraduate Studies
For: Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies

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Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer

Special Release

Decisions of Senate at its Emergency Meeting held on Tuesday, 28th May, 2019
Senate, at its Emergency meeting held on Tuesday, 28th May, 2019, deliberated exhaustively on various issues brought before it and decided as follows:

  • Staff Residency within 30 Kilometers Radius
    Senate was informed that on the recommendation of the University Management to Council, rather than the 15 kilometers radius, 30 kilometers radius has been approved by Council. University Staff are enjoined to comply with the above directive.
  • Teaching by Older Professors
    Members were informed that the University Governing Council had noted with dismay that some older Professors had formed the habit of re assigning their allocated courses to junior Academic Staff in their Departments and earn free salaries without performing their duties.
    Consequently, Senate directed that Heads of Departments should inform those concerned that the University Governing Council had decided that all professors who are in this habit should henceforth teach all their courses themselves.
  • Early payment of school fees and registration for courses
    The Vice-Chancellor drew members’ attentions to the ugly trend by students of the University, who do not pay school fees early and registration for courses. He noted that the University open the Portal, for registration of their courses from the beginning of each semester for a period allowed for the exercise and thereafter impose late registration penalty. Members noted that the University had opened the Portal after several times, closed, and graciously re-open it to enable students complete registration process. After due deliberation on the issue, Senate directed that Deans and Head of Departments should advise their students to pay their school fees early enough and register for their courses thereafter.
    The trend whereby students pay school fees without registration for their courses is not acceptable. To avoid late registration and non registration for the session, students must make it a point of duty to pay school fees and complete their registration formalities before the Mid-semester Test, failure which they may fall into extension.
  • Poor Attendance at the Emergency Meeting some Deans and HODS
    Senate frowned very seriously at the above observation as the purpose of attending Senate meetings was to make contributions that would assist the growth and progress of academic activities in the University. Absence from meeting robs Senate of the contribution of members. Senate therefore directed that the practice of absenting from meetings should stop.
  • Lukewarm attitude of Lecturers to Invigilation of Computer Based Examin
    The Vice-Chancellor drew members’ attention to the Lukewarmness of Lecturers to invigilation of the CBE. Senate noted that the invigilation of CBE was a serious business.

Consequently, Senate directed that should this attitude persist, the Lecturers concerned would be queried. Furthermore, Head of Departments were requested to hold meetings with their academic staff to deliberate on the issue.

The purpose of this memo, therefore, is to inform you of the above Senate’s decisions for your further necessary action and compliance, please.
Thank you.

Ambrose E. Odiase, MANUPA, MIPMA
Deputy Registrar (Senate)

for: Registrar

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Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer