Babcock University is financed in part by the fees paid by students, but also by grants and fees from the Seventh-day Adventist Church organizations and individuals throughout the world. The cost is further brought within reach of the student by the sacrifice of the missionary practice of strict economy and transparent financial management with which Adventist institutions are known all over the world.

The bursary department is the financial hub of the university. The bursary hosts sections like the Bursary Main, Babcock University Ventures, Babcock Consulting and Babcock University Press.

The Bursary Division which is responsible for financial planning and management of the University funds, including investments, university debt, score-keeping and budgeting, is endowed with an array of committed professionals working with high degree of team spirit, under a visionary leadership that is committed to empowering subordinates for greater accomplishments, directed at making possible the realization of the University’s vision. The division is driven with high level of integrity and forethought in a timely and cost effective manner that is in alignment with the University goals and objectives.


To bring together a group a staff with high professional acumen, that will be strategically positioned, responsive to its diverse constituencies, in maximizing returns on our corporate investments, within the atmosphere of professional excellence in a God-fearing environment.


To nurture a Bursary Division that will be prudent, friendly and responsive through a system of transparency and accountability, while at the same time discharging its statutory functions efficiently.

For more information, please contact:

The Bursar,
Babcock University,
Ilishan Remo, Ogun State,
P.M.B. 21244, Ikeja
Tel. No: (234) 805 615 6149