27 Sep

NUC Full Accreditation: Fine and Applied Arts Department Express Gratitude to Vice Chancellor

At a courtesy visit to the University Management on Tuesday 10th September 2019, the Department of Fine and Applied Art of the Faculty of Environmental studies expressed gratitude to the Vice Chancellor Prof. I.A. Onimawo and his Management team for facilitating the achievement of full accreditation of the Department by the NUC.

Addressing the VC during the visit, the Head of Department, Mrs. Loromoke presented a speech as follows;

“Our amiable digital Vice-Chancellor sir, it is a high sense of gratitude that we have come to express our profound thanks and appreciation for the full accreditation granted our Department by NUC.

This could not have been possible without your doggedness which was exemplified is a fast-tracked successive second accreditation, within a span of five (5) months. This feat of success, underscores your zeal in pursuing your vision and mission which has characterized the numerous successes you have recorded in this great institution.

This feat will not only remain indelible in the History of this Department in particular and the University at large but will usher in an era of growth and sustained higher academic discipline and professionalism.

Our amiable Vice Chancellor sir, it is our prayer that the good Lord of all creation grant you more Knowledge, understanding and wisdom. May you always be in good health to enjoy the fruit of your labour.”

The staff of the Department led by Mrs. O.O. Loromeke, presented samples of fabrics, a painting and graphic designs of book covers all manufactured in the Department to the Vice Chancellor.

The Department requested the Vice Chancellor to approve the introduction of Fine and Applied Arts at Post Graduate level.

In his response, the Vice Chancellor thanked the Department for coming back to appreciate the Management team for their support during the accreditation exercise. He assured the department that the University would take action on their request and would patronize them in the future. Furthermore, the Vice Chancellor encouraged the Department to hold Art Exhibitions to showcase their works periodically to create awareness and generate revenue for the Department.

The Vice Chancellor charged them with the responsibility of creating a statue of Late Moses Oisakede, Former NANS President, a student of AAU who died in an automobile accident in 1999 while on official assignment. This is in line with a request from NANS In celebration of this great student leader.

Also present at the courtesy visit were other members of the University Management team and staff of the Vice Chancellor’s office.


Above is for the information of the University community and the general public.

Edward U. Aihevba, FPISM, FNISM, FCAI MANUPA
Deputy Registrar, Information/Public Relations Officer