A panel from the National Universities Commission (NUC) visited AUN to review and revalidate academic resources in the law program.
Welcoming the delegation in his office, Provost Muhammadou Kah, assured the panel which comprised law professors from the universities of Jos and Abuja that AUN, as young as it is, never takes for granted quality education, learning experiences and compliance to the stipulated standards and guidelines of the NUC and other relevant agencies.
"Our University has a lot of things it does outside the curriculum, so we are not only restricted to what is required, but we add dimension and flavor to make sure that when our students go out there, they live up to and beyond what is expected of them."
While thanking President Dekle and Provost Kah for the warm reception, Patrick N. Oche, a Professor of Law from the University of Jos, who led the panel, said that the team was interested in doing the right thing and being transparent.
He added that his team was appreciative of AUN's strategic plans for sustenance and hoped that his team's visit would add value to the enterprise.
The AUN Law School is in its fourth year. The team’s visit is in line with requirements to accredit programs, manpower, facilities, examinations, and marking standards. These will form the basis of a report which will be forwarded to the NUC to confirm the full status of the School of Law.
Reported by Togor Passa