Welcome to the Office of the President

One of the exciting things about being in a university is that every year we get to begin again, with new learning, ideas, students and faculty. 

Welcome to the Office of the President

One of the exciting things about being in a university is that every year we get to begin again, with new learning, ideas, students and faculty. 

President's Message to AUN Parents

Welcome to the University that prepares your children for leadership. There is really no other University like AUN in the world; a University that says our commitment is to be a Development University. We are committed to preparing your children for the challenges that our global community is facing right now, whether they are climate change, business innovations, public health or global diplomacy. Our beautiful and peaceful city of Yola awaits you. This is where we live and practice our Development work for the good of our community.

President's Message to AUN Parents

Welcome to the University that prepares your children for leadership. There is really no other University like AUN in the world; a University that says our commitment is to be a Development University. We are committed to preparing your children for the challenges that our global community is facing right now, whether they are climate change, business innovations, public health or global diplomacy. Our beautiful and peaceful city of Yola awaits you. This is where we live and practice our Development work for the good of our community.

Dear AUN Students, Faculty and Staff Members,

Welcome back to our wonderful students, and greetings and thanks to all faculty and staff members as we prepare to begin our next academic journey. I am delighted to return to Yola and to AUN, to meet old friends and colleagues, and to make the acquaintance of many new ones. 

The past year has certainly been a challenging one for everybody as we have had to rise to the challenge of a global pandemic. While we are still in the midst of that pandemic, I am sure that all of us are happy to be back for in-person instruction and student activities. Our Covid protocols do require that you wear a mask while you are indoors, including while you are in class. The scientific evidence is now quite clear: masks do prevent the spread of the disease. Though of course, you may choose to mask up, you will not be required to wear one outside if you are practising social distancing, nor for the short time while you are actually eating your meals in the cafeteria. I am assured that we will be receiving more vaccinations, and I will keep you posted on that important development.

 

 

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