UNIABUJA 2014/2015 Distance Learning 2nd Semester Exam Schedule
University of Abuja (UNIABUJA) Centre for Distance Learning (CDL) and Continuing Education wishes to announce to the public that the Second Semester 2014/2015 Academic Session Examination Timetable has been released.
UNIABUJA 2nd Semester Distance Learning Examination Timetable:
The Second Semester 2014/2015 examination commences on Monday, 5th ending on 31st October, 2015. The examination would proceeds as follows:
i. 400 Level: 5th– 10th October, 2015
ii. 500 Level: 12th– 17th October, 2015
iii. 300 Level: 19th– 124th October, 2015
iv. 100/200 Level: 26th– 31st October, 2015
UNIABUJA Special Notice to Distance Learning Students
1. The portal will close for payment and registration one week before examination, i.e 25th September, 2015. There shall be no extension.
Please complete your payment and registration before this date.
2. Online Examination Card/Slip and new CDL&CE ID Cards will in addition to other required documents, be required used for admitting students to the examination. Printing of online examination card/slip will therefore proceed as follows:
(a) 400 Level : September 28 – October 2, 2015
(b) 500 Level : October 5th– 9th 2015
DATE: September 22, 2015 While we encourage those without valid ID cards to process same quickly, please note that the time line for both registration and printing of examination cards will be strictly enforced. There shall be no further extension. Please laminate your examination cards. And diligently read and adhere to the revised examination misconduct rules attached.
3. Please download authentic Examination Time-Table only from the portal. Do not rely on transmission by any other means. Also check the portal always for important information.
Should you be in doubt as touching any issue, please consult the appropriate Centre staff for help.
Professor Peter Siyan – Director
The University took off from a temporary site, made up of three blocks of building meant for a primary school in Gwagwalada, tagged the “mini – campus”. Academic activities started on the mini – campus in 1990.
In the same year, the University was allocated an expanse of land covering over 11,800 hectares along the Abuja – Abuja road for the development of its main campus.
The University of Abuja, Gwagwalada mini-campus is the first campus in the university to be established at take-off time. Though the university is gradually relocating to the permanent site, up till this day, the campus still hosts two female hostels and a boys’ hostel all accommodating close to three thousand students.
Among the landmarks in the campus includes the Senate Chamber, the Science Laboratories, Faculty of Law, the Faculty of Management Sciences, Faculty of Education, Faculty of Social Sciences, School of Remedial Studies and the Institute of Education. The university Medical Centre which has been equipped with modern medical facilities and high profile personnel cannot be ignored.
The campus hosts a number of recreational facilities including an Olympic size football field, a volleyball pitch and a long-tennis court.