February 8, 2021

Published February 8, 2021

LCU Nursing Science Gets Full Accreditation

Sequel to the accreditation visit of the members of the Board of the Nursing and Midwifery Council of Nigeria, and having satisfied its stringent requirements, the Board has granted Full Accreditation status to the Nursing Science programme of the University.


First Semester Examinations Begin

Exam Malpractices/Irregularities

- Invigilators should report any irregularity/malpractice to the Dean of the Faculty, who is the Chief 

- Invigilator, who will in turn inform the Exams and Record office

NOTE: Penalty for examination malpractice range from outright cancellation of the student's result to expulsion of the student from the university


Exam Tips for Students

- Start preparing now

- Revise each lecture within 8 hours from when it was taught (Begin Now )

- Have a reading plan

- Study your most difficult courses during your peak periods ( very early morning or early evening ).

- Be an active, rather than passive reader ( take note and read critically )

- Your place of study should be free from distraction and interruptions.

- Consider revision with friends; treat all your tutorial questions several times.

- Ensure that you know the date and time of each examination in advance.

We believe you can make it, just put in your very best. Good luck.


Invigilators should:

  • Get to the hall at least 30 minutes before the commencement of each paper.
  • Check in students into the hall.
  • Only students whose names are on the tutorial list, who possess original university clearance cards, and are properly dressed (with their lapels on) should be allowed into the examination halls.
  • Give out answer booklets and question papers to only accredited students
  • Sign on all answer booklets, attendance sheets and scripts envelopes.
  • Ensure that every student completes all the details on the cover page of his/her answer booklet.
  • Please do not collect any answer booklet that does not have all these details
  • Ensure that the attendance sheet is filled by every student, with all the details completed, department by department with the names of students carrying over a course written on a separate sheet.
  • Attendance sheets should be properly monitored by invigilators because all students who sign the must be accounted for.
  • Count the number of scripts collected for each examination and ensure that it tallies with the number of students who signed the attendance sheet.
  • Make sure that each script envelope is well-labeled with the following information: session, semester, course title, course code, number of scripts, names of invigilators, signature of invigilators and date.

Note: A 'table' of envelopes should be prepared by invigilators to guide the students on submission of scripts at the end of each examination.


Submission and collection of scripts at the end of each examination.

Invigilators must, as a matter of duty, submit scripts of the courses they invigilate for the Exams and Records Office immediately after each examination. Course lecturers should, in turn, collect their scripts for marking on the day of the examination, and not after collection till the following day


University Approved Dress Code For Male & Female Students

The University expects all students to be decently and corporately dressed and have on them their Identity Cards, University Branded Lapel Pins while on campus or on excursions or institutional engagements outside the University environment.


1.            Dress Code for All Male Students

  • All male students are expected to dress corporately. To be corporately dressed connotes a shirt tucked into a pair of trousers with tie, with or without jacket, and a net pair of covered shoes
  • Traditional or “native” attires are not allowed.
  • No male student is allowed to wear scarves, braided hair or earrings in the University.
  • Fastening of trousers below the waistline is not allowed.
  • Wearing of long-sleeved shirts, without buttoning the sleeves well or folding, as desired, is not allowed.
  • Shirt collars should not be left flying
  • Shirts must be properly tucked into the trousers.
  • The practice of pulling down one's trousers to the hip line is not allowed.
  • Male students are advised to have well-cut hair that is combed regularly.
  • The use of face caps in Lecture and Examination Halls is strictly prohibited.
  • Piercing of any part of the body is prohibited.
  • Tattooing on any part of the body is prohibited.
  • Male students are prohibited from carrying bushy and or  “Afro” hair styles.                        

...To be continued


Penalty for Improper Dressing

The University Administration will consider any violation of this code as a very serious one and severe disciplinary action will be taken against the defaulters which may include a payment of N5,000 for first time offenders, suspension for period of not less than one semester for continuous violation of dress code or expulsion.

NB: Students will earn additional credits every semester for compliance to the dress code, participating in Professional Tuition programmes, satisfactory moral conduct, service to the University community, exemplary behavior and excellence in sporting and extra curricular activities. The following students accounts have been debited for breaching the University’s Dress Code:                                          

S/N         Names         Matric Numbers       Department                 Level


Ologunde Ayodeji      LCU/UG/19/14758     Law          200
2. Bayero Segun  LCU/UG/19/14510   Performing Arts   200
3. Akinkunmi Folayele          LCU/UG/19/15323    Performing Arts  400
4. Dave-Nwanze Eronmhouse   LCU/UG/17/12508    Physiology 400
5. Jenrade Adedamola Idris   LCU/UG/17/12274   Medical Lab. Science 400
6. Nkwar Collins   LCU/UG/17/12375    Medical Lab. Science 400
7. Kalu Ifeanyi  LCU/UG/17/12473 Criminology & Sec. Stud. 400
8 Salua Mubarah   LCU/UG/17/12164 Medical Lab. Science  400
9.    Ogundijo-Ifelere Eniola LCU/UG/17/12440              Criminology & Sec. Stud.  300 


Task Force on Dress Code Swings to Action

As from this semester, a 5-man taskforce on the enforcement of dress code, will on regular basis monitor students’ level of compliance to the approved University dress code. The members are: Dr Ayobami Owolabi, Dr. Simeon Ola-Oni, Lt. A. K. Oluade (Rtd), Dr. Tolu Adenekan and Mrs. Ayanjompe.

Specifically, the 5-man taskforce has been mandated to pay unscheduled visit to classrooms, laboratories, studios etc. and any student found contravening the approved dress code of the University will be penalized on the spot. The penalty ranges from a minimum fine of N5,000 for first offender to suspension for a period not less than one semester or total expulsion.

Lecturers should also be vigilant and assist in enforcing this policy. A lecturer will be found culpable or must have compromised the standard if five students were found to be improperly dressed in his/her class. The name of the lecturer will be forwarded to the office of the Registrar for appropriate sanction.

Though, we provide a university environment that allows academic freedom and modernity with cutting edge facilities, we however do not equate secularity with unfettered obscenity in the name of fashion. We cannot afford to shrink from our responsibilities as “in loco parentis” (local parent) to our students.



The Vice Chancellor, Prof. K. A. Adeyemo recently bagged the 2020 Outstanding Leadership Award in appreciation for outstanding and dedicated service to humanity, society and contribution to educational development in Africa.

The award was courtesy of Unicaribbean Business School



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