Office Of The Registrar

About the Registry

The Registry aims at improving productivity and efficiency through prompt service delivery, efficient management of available resources, pursuit of and achievement of excellence through administrative competence. It also maps out strategies for the overall supervision and coordination of its Divisions and other Departments and Units for the corporate achievement of the University goals and objectives. Further details are as contained in the Registry Manual.

The Registrar is the Chief Administrative Officer and is responsible to the Vice Chancellor for the day-to-day administration and coordination of the activities of all the Directorates, Divisions and Units of the Registry. The Divisions are as follows:

  • Office of the Registrar;
  • Directorate of Establishments and Human Resource;
  • Directorate of Academic Affairs;
  • Council Affairs Office;
  • Pension and Statistics Office;
  • SERVICOM Unit;
  • Archival Unit; and
  • School Administration.
  • Office of the Registrar

    The Registrar is the Chief Administrative Officer of the University who is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day administrative work of the University.

    As the Head of the University Administration, the Registrar:

    • has over-all responsibility, under the Vice-Chancellor, for the administration of all non-academic matters in the University;
    • is also responsible for the harmonization of the work of the School Officers in the various Schools within the context of the University, although the School Officers are responsible to their respective Deans for the day-to-day administration of the affairs of the School;
    • has the primary responsibility for the determination of all personnel matters including the interpretation of all staff entitlements under the Staff Regulations;
    • is the ex-officio Secretary of the Council, the Senate, Congregation and Convocation as well as their Committees for which he/she may appoint other officers to act on his/her behalf.