Coal City University will commence face- to- face lectures on campus for the first semester 2020/2021 academic session on Monday November 9, 2020.
The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Afam Icha-Ituma, disclosed this at a press briefing to mark the commencement of the 2020/2021 academic session. He stated that a Resumption Committee headed by Dr Sylvester Igwe, the Deputy Vice-Chancellor has been constituted to ensure returning students adhere strictly to the protocols of NCDC and are subjected to medical screening.
The Vice-Chancellor disclosed that the resumption of students was phased; the 400 level students arrived on Wednesday 4th November 2020, 300 level students arrived on Thursday, 5th November and 200 level on Friday, 6th November respectively.
Lectures will be delivered to the returning students using blended learning approach which will involve using the University’s virtual learning platform (myCCU) to complement face to face tuition to ensure that students have an effective learning experience.
Coal City University remains committed to offering students high quality educational experience with an option to complete their studies in the University’s partner institutions in United Kingdom, Australia, Canada and United States.
Admission into the degree programmes of the university is ongoing and applications are welcomed from freshmen and transfer students interested in quality education of international standard. The University is committed to maintaining a stable academic calendar to ensure students can progress and graduate on time.