On July 27, AUN's quest for the best and the brightest intakes led the Associate Director of Admissions & Financial Aid, Usman Isa, to Concordia College, Yola.
It was the school's 18th Graduation, Speech and Prize Giving Day.
Mr. Isa presented a cash prize to the best graduating student in the Arts, Hauwa Idris Hamadina.
Miss Hamadina, one of the ten already offered provisional admissions into AUN for the 2019 Fall semester, will major in Politics & International Studies. With the other nine, she received acceptance letters from Mr. Isa.
Concordia, he told the audience, is one of AUN's major feeder schools in Adamawa. Students from the school have enrolled in the University since it opened its doors in 2005.
The college offers quality secondary school education and has received numerous awards including medals from National Mathematical Center over its success in National Mathematics/Science Olympiads that it organizes. Mr. Isa told the audience at the event that the students from the College are among the best students who graduate from AUN.
The event attracted many dignitaries including the Vice-Chancellor of Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Prof. Abdullahi Liman Tukur, who chaired the occasion. The Guest Speaker was the former Dean School of Languages at Federal College of Education,Yola, Dr. Salihi Ibrahim Ateequ. He spoke on the competing forces shaping the digital age.
Reported by Omorogbe Omorogiuwa