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UNIUYO Post UTME Supplementary Screening Test Result



UNIUYO Post UTME Supplementary Screening Test Result has been released by the school authorities and all students who took part in the supplementary screening test of UNIUYO can now check their status here.

The University of Uyo has released the results of the just concluded Post UTME Supplementary Screening Test Exercise.

UNIUYO Post UTME Supplementary Screening Test Result

The results can be viewed via the pdf file below:

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About UNIUYO

Established October 1, 1991 by the Federal Government of Nigeria. The University of Uyo inherited students, staff, academic programmes and the entire facilities of the erstwhile University of Cross River State established by Cross River State in 1983. Academic activities commenced during the 1991/92 Academic Session.

THE GOVERNING COUNCIL

The Visitor appoints the Council which is the supreme governing body for the University. The Pro-Chancellor is chairman. Members appointed from within and outside the University include the Vice-Chancellor, representatives of the Senate of the University, the Congregation, Alumni Association and representatives of the Federal Ministry of Education and Akwa Ibom State. LOCATION

In the heart of Uyo, capital of Akwa Ibom State, Nigeria’s second largest oil producing state. Uyo is easily accessible by road and there are two international airports within 150 km radius.

Currently, it operates from two temporary campuses; the Main Campus which accommodates the Central Administration, Faculties of Arts, Education, Social Sciences, Natural and Applied Sciences, Pharmacy and the Post Graduate and Annex Campus, home for the Faculties of Agriculture, Business Administration, Law, Engineering, Environment Studies and General studies.

The permanent site of the University along Nwaniba Road, Uyo is about 4.5 km from the city centre and covers an area of about 1,443 hectares. Construction of phase one projects have begun at the site.

THE LIBRARY

The Library has an active collection of 46,745 volumes and handles about 409,977 lending and reference enquiries annually. Current journals stand at 271 representing all disciplinary interests.

The Library is equipped with modern computers and has a redaing space of 970.51 metres with seating capacity for 698.

Currently, there are four main divisions: Acquisition, Lending, Processing and Research. The Research Division comprises Reference, Serials, Special Collections and Government Collections. The Special Collection is comprised of Nyong Essien, Africana and Government Collection. Acquisition and Processing selects and orders Library materials and organizes them for effective use. The Public Service Division deals directly with Readers and regulates the use of Library Materials. It also handles reference questions.

The Office of university Librarian provides data for planning, budgeting, control and co-ordination of the entire Library. More About the School!



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