The Department of Biotechnology has been split into 3 (three):
- Animal & Environmental Biology
- Plant Science & Biochemistry
Consequently, the Faculty now has the 9 (nine) Departments.
As at Tuesday January 28, 2014, 124 new students have completed their registrations. The process continues.
Meanwhile, two Year II students have been suspended for two semesters for examination malpractices.
FEDERAL UNIVERSITY OYE-EKITI
Office of the Registrar
This is to inform all the fresh candidates that the third Matriculation Ceremony for 2013/2014 Fresh Students comes up on February 7, 2014 at the University Main Auditorium, Oye-Ekiti. Time: 10.am
Mr. O. O. Taiwo
SAR, (Academic Affairs)
For: Ag. Registrar
VISION OF THE UNIVERSITY
The Federal University, Oye-Ekiti aspires to become an institution of first choice recognized for providing critical opportunities for student success; acknowledged as a primary and engaged regional and global resource for entrepreneurial educational and best practices in mining and farming technology; and valued as a university where there are faculty, students, and professional staff who are active in integrating cutting-edge technology in multidisciplinary and disciplinary research.
MISSION OF THE UNIVERSITY
To advance the community of learning by engaging in scientific research, humanistic scholarship, multidisciplinary research entrepreneurship and technological integration.
To provide a robust and high quality educational experience for students in a diverse learning environment while promoting the values and indigenous learning that is responsive to the needs of our society.
To create an institution that values and prepares students to lead lives of personal integrity and civic responsibility in a global society.
To prepare the next generations of skilled and ethical professionals by providing robust curricula across and within disciplines that prepares graduates to be research minded and able to compete effectively in diverse world market.
To create learning opportunity for faculty to meet their personal and institutional growth needs, and
To advance best practices in farming and mining, foster economic development activities that are innovative, research-driven, and will result in a better quality of life for Nigerians.