At AUN, community service is an essential way for students to explore their interests and show what they believe in. Two residence halls participated in the ongoing community service competition on March 11 and 13, 2020, respectively.
Along the lines of AUN's core values and mission to develop the community, the students of Residence Hall CC contributed to educational development by providing learning facilities at the Jesus Army Nursery & Primary School, Yola. They contributed to the fixing of dilapidated ceilings, broken chairs while providing new classroom furniture.
The School principal, Mrs. Joel Kantoni, thanked AUN and the students for their efforts toward the development of their school.
"AUN allowed us to benefit from the community service project; I am grateful to AUN and the students for considering the needy in the community."
In the same vein, the students of Gabrielle Volpi Hall visited the Saint Suzan Orphanage, Jimeta, where they donated food items, provisions, and toiletries to the less privileged children.
The Founder of Saint Suzan Orphanage, Mrs. Susan Daramdi thanked the students and AUN for their benevolence and goodwill towards the less privileged children.
A student of the Hall CC, Precious Egeonu, said, "There is always a feeling of fulfillment when I put a smile on people's faces…for me, it's the greatest feeling in the world."
"I am happy that I can contribute to something amazing. Thank you, AUN, for showing me how to give back."
Reported by Inyene Ikpe