What a memorable day for Hajiya Amina Inuwa, a physically challenged woman, as she gazed at a heap of firewood and charcoal in her front yard.
The AUN Rotaract Club has donated uniforms to 50 pupils of Bako Primary School, Bako in Yola Town.
On Monday, November 27, students of Community Development (CDV 201) contributed instructional items to Feed and Read pupils.
On November 17, the Student Government Association held a security forum with students where they can discuss lingering security issues as well as other campus matters.
On November 24, AUN Center offered free screening for hypertension and diabetes to students, staff and faculty members.
The community service activity for 2017 Homecoming was done at Wuro Hausa Health Center.
On October 31, AUN held a send-forth party for the 2016 Batch B Corps members who served with the university in the past year.
The late Dean of SAS, Professor Idorenyin Udoesen Akpan, was remembered for his personality and contributions to the University. He passed away on October 29, three years ago.
Principal Media Technologist with the Communications & Multimedia Design program, Lawrence A. Onime, was nominated by the U.S. State Department to participate in the 2017 International Visitors Leadership Program (IVLP).
AUN is now set to host another local edition of the HULT Prize, as students answer the United Nations Challenge and go head-to-head for $1 million!
On Friday, October 6, the STARS [Student Teams Advancing Regional Sustainability] Club flagged off a waste management campaign tagged “Three Rs of Sustainability--Reuse, Reduce, and Recycle.”
How a student initiative is helping to bridge ICT knowledge gap among secondary school leavers in the AUN host community.
Reigning Mr. AUN, Kazayet Zachariah, has told first-year students that they would be champions if they utilized their free time wisely.
Every member of the University has seen the trending t-shirt inscribed “Yola, Home of the American University of Nigeria.”
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