Resumption Notice for University (federal, state, and private university) across the Federal Republic of Nigeria are as follows:
UNILORIN Resumption Notice
Generally, the University of Ilorin, Kwara State after the senate meeting, stated that the institution will resume full academic activities on January 11th, 2021.
UNIOSUN Resumption Notice
Resumption Notice for Harmattan 2020/2021 states the Commencement of lectures for returning students for Monday, 25th January. While Resumption or Registration for Fresh Students will commence on Thursday, 28th January.
OOU Resumption Notice for University
Generally, Olabisi Onabanjo University gave the following resumption notice:
- Online (Virtual) Academic Activities for 2019/2020 Rain Semester will commence for all students on Monday, 4th January 2021.
- Therefore, students may be allowed into the University Campuses from 18th January 2021.
Mountain Top University Resumption date
Generally, Mountain Top University directs all 100 level and Direct Entry Students should note that Online Lecturers will commence on 4th January 2021 (Monday).
Resumption Notice for Igbinedion University
Igbinedion University Okada will reopen for the New Year on 18th January 2021.
NDU Resumption Notice for University
Generally, Niger Delta University will reopen the university for academic activities with effect from January 18th, 2021 (Monday).
This is to inform the University of the nation, parents, and the general public that the 2019/2020 academic session continues from Monday, January 18, 2021, and ends on June 11, 2021.
Covenant University Resumption Notice for University
Covenant University gave a directive that virtual lectures through her LMS will commence as initially scheduled on 11 January 2021.
Redeemers University informs all students that Online lectures for two hundred to four hundred (200-400) level students will commence on January 11th, 2021 (Monday).
Trinity University Resumption Notice for University
Trinity University informs all parents and students to prepare for the resumption of academic activities on campus until January 18th, 2021.
UI Resumption Notice for University
The University of Ibadan set to resume academic activities on February 22nd 2021.
University of Lagos
Generally, the University of Lagos announce the resumption for academic activities to commence on 25th January 2021. This maybe postpone because 3 students in the school hostel has test positive for COVID-19.
University of Jos Resumption Date
The University of Jos to resume academic activities on 22nd January 2021.
Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria Resumption date
Resumption date for academic activities for Ahmadu Bello University, Zaria as 25th January 2021.
Ekiti State University Resumption Notice for University
Generally, Ekiti State University announce that academic activities will resume on 18th January 2021.
Federal University of Technology Akure Resumption Date
The Federal University of Technology Akure will resume academic activities on 18th January 2021.
BUK Resumption Notice for University
Generally, BUK will resume fully on 18th January 2021.
Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta
The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta is set to resume academic activities on 18th January 2021.
University of Benin
Generally, the management of UNIBEN announce that academic activities will commence on 1st of February 2021.
University of Port Harcourt
The University of Port Harcourt announce that academic activities will resume on 1st February 2021.
OTHER UNIVERSITY RESUMPTION DATE WILL BE COMMUNICATED LATER IN DUE DATE
NDDC COVID-19 GUIDELINES FOR SCHOOLS IN NIGERIAN
The most important advice is for all schools to encourage their students to maintain good hand and respiratory hygiene to remain safe. School proprietors, VC, headmistresses, and headmasters must ensure that students have access to clean water and soap at all times while on the school premises.
The best way for schools to avoid COVID-19 infection is to:
- Ensure students and teachers wash their hands frequently
- In addition, show students how to cough or sneeze into a tissue, or to cough into their elbow if they cannot get the tissue
- Clean and disinfect their premises often
- In conclusion, encourage sick students and teachers to stay home
The following symptoms may develop in the 14 days after exposure to someone who has COVID- 19 infection:
- shortness of breath or difficulty in breathing
- muscle pain
If anyone has been in contact with a suspected case in a school, they should contact NCDC on 0800 9700 0010. While laboratory test results for COVID-19 is pending, there is no need to close the facility or send students or staff home.
You can find the latest information and advice by contacting NCDC on:
- NCDC Toll-free Number: 080097000010
- SMS: 08099555577
- WhatsApp: 07087110839
- Website for additional resources: www.ncdc.gov.ng
- Twitter and Facebook: @NCDCgov