STUDENT LIFE

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sTUDENT LIFE

The University was established to provide opportunities for students to develop those higher qualities of character that will enable them to maximize their service to God, the Church, and society.

Babcock University is operated under Christian world view. The University is owned and operated by the Seventh-day Adventist Church. The University was established to provide opportunities for students to develop those higher qualities of character that will enable them to maximize their service to God, the Church, and society.

The University in its admission policy is committed to equal opportunity and does not discriminate against qualified persons on the basis of handicap, gender, race, color, nationality or ethnic origin. Babcock strives to maintain an environment favorable to the spiritual, intellectual, social, vocational, civic and physical development of students.

To lead each student to a total dedication of life in selfless service for God and humanity and to guide in the formation of a character marked by integrity, self-discipline, responsibility, tolerance, loyalty and spiritual leadership are the objectives at Babcock University

INFORMATION FOR PROSPECTIVE AND RETURNING STUDENTS

In Preparation for Resumption Babcock University, as an institution, has its identity and uniqueness. Parts of what have contributed to its uniqueness are the appearance and comportment of our students.
We appreciate all our students who uphold the standards of the institution. This is to remind you, as an individual student, that as we resume for the new session, you should avoid those ways of life that can deface our identity and erode the foundation of our uniqueness as an institution. Your embracing the institution’s standard makes you to be unique every time, everywhere and in every situation. As such, refresh your memory with what is contained in the Babcock University Students Handbook, so that you will not forget what is required of you as a student. Here are some of the things you should take note of:

  • Bizarre hair-styles are not allowed.
  • Indecent dressing is discountenanced, hence, skirts and skirts suits must be long enough to cover your knees. Cotton materials are, therefore, strongly recommended rather than jumping or clinging or body hugging materials.
  • Cooking in any form in the halls of residence is disallowed.
  • Loitering and association with opposite sex at wrong place, wrong time and inappropriate manner will not be treated lightly.

I pray that the Almighty God will build you up to be what He intends you to be in order to do what He intends you to do so that you will not have your life messed up. I pray that you will not be a disappointment to God, to yourself, as a person, to your family and to the society at large. It is my prayer that God will empower you to say yes to virtues, say no to vices and carry out every transforming instruction that God sends your way in Jesus name.

NOTICE!!!!

Henceforth, it is an offence to wear:

  • BODYCON AND LYCRA SKIRTS and DRESSES ON CAMPUS
  • SKIRTS and DRESSES showing BODY contours. It will be treated as Sexual Harassment
  • Skirts and dresses above the knee length (ALL MUST BE 3inches below the knee
  • JEAN AND JEAN-LIKE materials at any time on campus
  • PENCIL TROUSERS / UNDESIZE ABOVE THE ANKLE TROUSERS
  • JEWELRIES- EARRINGS, NOSE RINGS, TONGUE RINGS, BELLY RINGS, BREAST RINGS AND NECKLACES
  • JELLABIYA to Classes, Churches and Cafetaria

Stiff Sanction will be applied to Offenders
PLEASE BE WARNED!!!!!

WHAT TO BRING

  • Bed sheet sets with bed spreads, pillow case.
  • Corporate dressings: Shirts, trousers, ties and suits for men: skirt suits, dresses and shirt blouses for ladies. All female clothing must be at least 3 inches below the knees
  • Laptop is allowed
  • Bucket, laundry bag, towels, wash cloths, pressing iron, alarm clock, soap and toiletries
  • Flash lights and study lamp
  • Table size radio or tape recorder
  • Electric kettles
  • Rechargeable lamps

WHAT NOT TO BRING

  • Jeans:  dresses, skirts and trousers, pencil trousers.
  • Low neckline clothes, spaghetti straps, tight cloths, jewelries and colored make-up kits.
  • Any cloth that reveals the upper extremities, mid-riff or other suggestive areas of the body.
  • Cooking utensils or food that need to be cooked (indomie)
  • Personal furniture
  • Weapons, candles, boiling ring or any other dangerous appliances.
  • Knives, forks, bottles.
  • Bushy hair and beards

Signed
​Vice-President Student Development

 

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