Office of the Academic Registrar

Legal Mandate and Establishment.

The mandate of the position and mandate of the Academic Registrar are derived from the Universities and Other Tertiary Institutions Act 2001, as amended.

Section 84 (2); states that; There shall be a Registrar who shall be Secretary to the Academic Board and its Committees.”

Core functions of the Office of the Academic Registrar.

The role of the office of the Academic Registrar is to coordinate academic matters in the institution namely; – Admissions; Examinations; Curriculum Development, Implementation and Review, Academic Ceremonies and Research & Publications.

Academic Registrar’s office also is the secretariat to the Academic Board of the Governing Council.

Specific roles of the Office of Academic Registrar.

The roles of the Office of the Academic Registrar include the following;

  1. Processing of admissions and provision of information to the general public, on programs available at the school;
  2. Liaising with other schools on matters concerning admission;
  3. Registration of both first year and continuing students;
  4. Generation and keeping records of current and former students of the school;
  5. Producing the yearly nominal roll containing information of all registered students;
  6. Organizing and coordination of all Examinations both internal and external;
  7. Organization and co-ordination of graduation ceremonies;
  8. Issuing Academic Transcripts and certificates;
  9. Handling issues of all awards;
  10. Producing the yearly nominal roll containing information of all registered students;
  11. Co-ordination of research, research grants and research publications;
  12. The Academic Registrar also coordinates activities of the Alumni.