Founded in 1959 as the Adventist College of West Africa (ACWA), Babcock has strong traditions that include the centrality of faith-based teaching.
The great education experience that is now Babcock University (BU) has its roots in the Adventist College of West Africa (ACWA), established on September 17, 1959 with an initial intake of seven ministerial students.
The Registry is the core of the University Administration from where administrative and academic activities emanate into all branches of the University.
The Division of University Development and Strategy was established in 2006 to support, encourage, and promote the University's mission and vision by interacting with staff, alumni, friends, parents, corporation government agencies and other stakeholders.
First Semester's 2013/2014 Result is out!
Parents/Guardian/Students can now access the results.
Often times after a student graduates from Babcock University, the University i
You are no longer required to come into the registry offices to apply for and track your transcripts. You can now
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THE BIRTH OF HOPE
The miracle is not that we do this work, but that we are happy to do it - Mother Theresa
It’s been a long walk, long but a worthy walk to a laudable cause. It’s taken so much efforts and commitment, but every bit of sweat, of stress and tireless toiling invested into a project aimed at healing our sickly world is worth the price. In Babcock, taking the path of least resistance is as good as failure! Though, where we are today, is far from our dreamed destination, it’s sure a clear start to our dreamed healthcare delivery system yet unravelled in Africa.