AAUA announces resumption date


Senate at its Emergency Meeting on Tuesday, 12th January, 2021 discussed Students’ resumption and the continuation of the First Semester, 2019/2020 Academic Session.

Senate, in the course of deliberation, observed that the Examination for the First Semester of the 2019/2020 Academic Session ought to have commenced on the 8th March 2020 but could not as a result of the lockdown engendered by the COVID-19 Pandemic.

Senate consequently DECIDED as follows:

  1. That students should resume on Monday, 18th January, 2021.
  2. That examinations for First Semester, 2019/2020 Academic Session would hold for four (4) weeks.
  3. That the examinations would be held as follows to allow for social distancing in the examination venues:

i. 300 to 500 level students would have their Examinations during the First two (2) weeks of the Examination period, that is, from 24th January to 6th February, 2021.

ii. 100 and 200 levels students would have their Examinations during the last two (2) weeks of the Examinations that is 7th to 20th February, 2021.

  1. Senate also DIRECTED that all students must comply with the underlisted COVID-19 protocols as they resume:

i. Wearing of nose masks in all parts of the campus, that is, Lecture rooms, Examination Halls, Hostels, the Library and Relaxation Centres.

ii. Maintenance of social distance.

iii. Washing of hands at the dedicated entrances to the University, Lecture Halls, Examination Venues, and the University Library.

iv. Use of hand Sanitizers at the dedicated entrances to the University as well as Lecture Halls.

Students are advised to please note that the current policies of “No mask, no entry. No mask, no service” would be strictly enforced on campus.

Finally, students are to ensure that they complete their registration for the First Semester, 2019/2020 Academic Session* so as to enable them to access the University’s facilities including examination halls.

Thank you.

Acting Registrar

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