Afe Babalola University Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD) Information And Requirements For Fresh And Returning Undergraduate Students, 2015/2016
The primary objective of the University is to nurture students who will be able to impact positively not only on their immediate environment but also on the larger society.
Therefore an essential element of the actualization of the University’s objectives is the identification and admission of students who owing to their ascertainable academic competence and demonstrated innate personal qualities are best suited to imbibe and put into practice the principles of hard work and excellence for which the founder is renowned and upon which the University has come into existence.
ABUAD is committed to offering equal opportunities to prospective students irrespective of creed, religion, race, political affiliation or financial status. Indeed the University’s Endowment Fund in addition to the provision of scholarships to deserving students already ensures that the cost of the qualitative education available at the University is highly subsidized.
PROSPECTIVE STUDENTS – REQUIREMENTS
- PLACEMENT INTO DEGREE PROGRAMMES
Placement into Degree Programmes is based on performance at the UTME and the post-UTME screening, satisfaction of the O’Level requirements of individual courses, and the number of spaces available in the particular programme.
- RESUMPTION AND REGISTRATION
The 2015/2016 Academic Session commences as follows;
College of Medicine and Health Sciences: Friday 18th September, 2015
College of Engineering: Saturday, 19th September, 2015
College of Law: Monday, 21st September, 2015
College of Social and Management Sciences: Tuesday, 22nd September, 2015
College of Sciences: Wednesday, 23rd September, 2015
Friday, 25th September, 2015 -College of Law and College of Medicine and Health Sciences
Saturday, 26th September, 2015 – College of Sciences and College of Engineering
Monday, 28th September, 2015 – College of Social and Management Sciences
- EACH FRESH UNDERGRADUATE IS EXPECTED TO PRESENT THE FOLLOWING DOCUMENTS AT THE POINT OF SCREENING:
- Provisional Admission Letter
- Bank Draft of School Fees in favour of Afe Babalola University.
- Birth certificate
- Current UTME Result
- O/L Result – Colleges of Law, and Medicine and Surgery would accept Five O’ Level Credits (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) results at one (1) sitting only.
For other Programmes, Five O’ Level Credits (WAEC/NECO/NABTEB) results at one sitting or Six Credit Passes at not more than Two Sittings are acceptable.
- 20 copies of passport photographs.
vii. A letter of undertaking by the Candidate’s parent/sponsor, and a letter of guarantee by a Christian Clergy or Muslim Cleric, with their telephone number guaranteeing good behaviour and compliance with the University’s rules and regulations.
viii. A sworn affidavit by the student giving information about his/her name, address and name of parents in a High Court of Justice is required at the point of Registration.
- The original copies of the candidate’s credentials will be sighted while photocopies will be submitted.
- PAYMENT OF SCHOOL FEES
Candidates who are offered Provisional Admission are expected to purchase bank drafts for payment of school fees from any accredited bank in favour of Afe Babalola University, Ado Ekiti.(Details of school fees for 2015/2016 Academic Session are available on the University Website).
- OFFICIAL BANK FOR STUDENTS’ POCKET MONEY
Skye Bank Plc.
Wema Bank Plc
Fidelity Bank Plc.
NOTE: Students will NOT be allowed to operate Bank accounts with any other BANK.
- a. MODE OF DRESSING
Afe Babalola University places heavy premium on the appearance of the Staff (male and female) as well as the Students (male and female) within and outside the University.
The following dress codes are prescribed;
College of Law: Black and White. Trousers are not allowed for Female Law Students.
College of Medicine and Health Sciences: All shades of Red and Pink on matching colours.
College of Engineering: All shades of green on matching colours.
College of Sciences: All shades of cream on matching colours.
College of Social and Management Sciences: All shades of Blue on matching colours.
College of Medicine and Health Sciences: White Overall
College of Sciences: White Overall
College of Engineering: Blue Overall
- All Students are mandated to
- abide by the dress colour codes
- dress formally during school hours 8am-5pm, Monday-Friday.
iii. put on the ABUAD tie (Males) and scarves (Females) during school hours.
- jeans are not allowed during school hours.
- STUDENTS ON MEDICATION
It is pertinent for Parents to disclose their ward’s health status. Chronic, genetic or other long term ailments must be carefully monitored by medical personnel to assist Students achieve best academic and overall results. Therefore, Parents are enjoined to cooperate with the University Management in this regard.
- HALLS OF RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS
The following are the minimum required items that a Student may need during his/her stay in the Hall of Residence:
- Pillow Case
iii. Bed sheets 4 x 7
- Set of cutlery
- Plastic Buckets (can be purchased in the school)
- Padlock and key ring
vii. Torch Light and Batteries
- School bag
xiii. Laptop (optional)
xiv. Feeding Allowance
- Writing materials
xvi. Sporting Wears; T-shirts with sleeves (4), Track Down or short (2 pairs), Canvas Shoes (Sneakers)(1 pair), Swimming Trunk/Suit (1 Set).
- LIST OF PROHIBITED ITEMS IN THE HALL OF RESIDENCE
- Alcoholic drinks
- Candles, matches & gas lighter
- Illicit Drugs (Cannabis, Cocaine, Opium, Codeine, etc.)
vii. Indecent wears
viii. Cooking utensils
- Dangerous weapons of any type
- Electric blankets, mattresses or beds
- Electric boiling rings
xii Electric Kettles
xiii. Hair dryers
xiv. Kerosene Lamps
- Lethal weapons & injections
xvi. Microwaves/Rice Cooker/Hot Plates
xvii. Photocopying machines
xviii. Raw food items
- Toasters/Sandwich Maker/Grillers
xxi. Television sets/Video Machine/Computer Games.
xxii. Indomie Noodles
xxiii. Hubley Bubley
xxiv. Any other item that may be specified from time to time.
SCHEDULE OF SCHOOL FEES FOR 2015/2016 ACADEMIC SESSION