Initial registration for fresh students lasts for two weeks from the day lectures begin. Registration closes with matriculation of 100 level students. For students in other levels and for the first and second semesters, registration closes three weeks after resumption for each session. Lateness within four weeks after the official registration date shall be allowed on payment of approved fee as a penalty per student. Any student who fails to register within the periods provided for above may be allowed on application to repeat the year in the following session.
A student shall not be allowed to change his/her subject combinations as admitted and registered until he/she has completed at least one full academic year in the College. A student who wants to change his/her subject combinations must satisfy both the general and departmental requirements for the proposed subject combination. Any courses taken in the School of Education and former Departments, including the prerequisite subjects shall be credited to such student regardless of the level of attainment in those courses.
The courses dropped shall appear in the student’s official record but shall not be taken into account in determining the student’s average grade point for graduation. The responsibility to decide on the relevance of the courses already taken shall rest on the Head of the new Department.
Change of course on health ground may be considered on its merit by the College Academic Board.
As stated in the National Policy on Education (1989), maximum of five years is given for a candidate to obtain the NCE Certificate. The minimum number of years to be spent to qualify for the award of the NCE is three.
A registered student for the NCE programme must attain a 75% attendance to be allowed to write the end of semester examination.
A student must earn a total minimum of between 128 & 132 credits distributed as follows to graduate:
|Two major subjects at 36 or 37 credits each||-||72 Credits to 120 Credits|
|A Double Major Subject||-||72 Credits to 120 Credits|
|Teaching Practice||-||6 Credits|
|General Studies||-||12 Credits|
|Total||-||128 Credits to 132 Credits|
(Note that in some Departments Students may be required to carry more credit loads)