The management of Babcock University wishes to inform students that the rescheduled resumption date of returning 200 Level students is as follows:
Tuesday, February 1, 2022
A. School of Basic Medical Sciences
B. School of Law & Security Studies
C. School of Public & Allied Health
Wednesday, February 2, 2022
A. School of Science and Technology
B. School of Nursing Science
Thursday, February 3, 2022
A. School of Computing and Engineering Sciences
B. School of Education & Humanities
Friday, February 4, 2022
A. Veronica Adeleke School of Social Sciences
B. School of Management Sciences
Note: YOU ARE ADVISED TO ADHERE STRICTLY TO YOUR RESPECTIVE SCHEDULED
SCHOOL DATE OF ARRIVAL.
COVID-19 AND SAFETY OF LIVES ON CAMPUS
The University administration is committed to the safety of lives and wellbeing of her students while on campus.
Rapid Antigen Testing
Mindful of the serious threat to human lives by COVID- 1 9, especially with the discovery globally of the highly transmissible Delta variant, and the new OMICRON variant of the virus, all students will be required to undergo the Rapid Antigen test at a cost of NI 0,000 (Ten Thousand Naira only) to the student.
Evidence Of payment for the test will be required on resumption at the University Amphitheatre, venue for the testing.
The student will wait for about 20 minutes for the result. If the test result of the student is negative, the student proceeds straight to the hall of residence.
The students that test positive with the Rapid Antigen test will be offered isolation until they test negative, or can be taken home by their parents.
IN ADDITION, All 100 Level and 200 Level direct entry students will be required to undergo full medical examination including psychosocial screening. As part of the medical examination package, all new students will be offered Tetanus, Diphtheria and Pertussis vaccines— Tdap, (optional) at no cost to the students.
However, at the discretion of parents/guardians, Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) vaccine is available for female students at N30, 575 (Thirty Thousand, Five Hundred and Seventy Five Naira only) for 3 doses for the prevention of cervical cancer.
ALL staff and students (18 years and above) are encouraged to get vaccinated against COVID- 19 infection. There are several vaccination centres across the country. A minimum of 2 doses is required.
However, for those who are unable to get the 2nd dose before resumption, this can be obtained on campus.
Acceptable modes of Payment for the COVID- 19 screening are as follow:
Bank Draft issued in favor of Babcock University Teaching Hospital to be presented on arrival.
A direct fund transfer to Babcock University Teaching Hospital account with:
Bank: UBA.Account number: 1019218642
Every student who pays by direct transfer should print out the transfer document (debit advice or pay-in-slip) and submit it at the University Bursary on arrival. Student’s full name and matric number or Application ID as the case may be should be boldly written on the reverse side of the transfer document and submitted to the Bursary staff who will issue an interim manual receipt until payment is confirmed in the bank statement.
All Returning students are to present their Course Registration Form upon arrival as proof of their registration for the semester.
All students must come with their COVID- 19 safety kits on resumption.
Students who can afford it may come with their infrared thermometer.
Only students with proof of payment of school fees, or sufficient balance in their student accounts will be allowed on campus.
While on campus, students are required to comply stringently with the COVID-19 health safety protocols as approved by the Ogun State Ministry ofHealth and the Federal Ministry of Health.
ALSO NOTE: That the full information of the University’s academic calendar can be found here https://babcock.edu.ng/calendar
The schedule of school fees can also be found here at https://www.babcock.edu.ng/finance/2021-2022-2
For further enquiries, please contact the necessary respective University officers:
*Adetunji Esther – College of Medicine – (+234) 8072090 621
*Akalawu Alex – Computing & Engineering Sciences – (+234)8072090 557
*Oke Omotola – Science & Technology/Public & Allied Health – (+234) 8072090 482
*Ndien Justina – School of Nursing Science – (+234) 8072090 198
*Madukoma Goodluck – Veronica Adeleke Sch. Of Social Sciences – (+234) 8072090 507
*Ayanlowo Felicia – School of Law & Security Studies – (+234) 8072090 122
*Ayeni Ifeoma – School of Education & Humanities – (+234) 8072090 483
*Emea Monica – School of Management Sciences – (+234) 8072090494
Dogo Edafe – (+234) 8072090 255
Rosanwo Taiwo – (+234) 8072090 216
Blessing Ugo-Harry – (+234) 8072090 227
Kehinde Somefun – (+234) 8072090 218
We regret the inconvenience that this rescheduled announcement might cause you.
Joshua Suleiman, PhD.
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