GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
A Senior Secondary School Certificate (SSC) or G.C.E. "0" Level with passes in 5 subjects including English Language, three of which must be at credit level at the same sitting or four credits at two sittings. Two of the credits must be relevant to the course the candidate wishes to offer. Credits in English and/or mathematics may be required in some courses.
A Grade II Teacher's Certificate (TC II) with credit or merit in three subjects, two of which must be relevant to the course the candidate wishes to offer. Credit/merit in English Language and/or mathematics may be a requirement in some courses. Teachers' Grad II Certificate with at least (5) years of post qualification teaching experience with or without the number of credits/merit indicated above.
Successful candidates in the Pre-NCE final examinations who also take and success in a selection examination organized by an accredited body would also be qualified for admission. All candidates wishing to be considered for admission must enroll for and write the selection examination organized by an accredited body such as JAMB.
It should be noted that we may in addition to all the above, administer our own elimination tests and or interviews for some courses. This is legitimate.
Minimum credit units required for graduation
Education Courses = 36 Credits
General Studies Courses = 14 Credits
Teaching Practice = 36 Credits
Political Science Courses = 37 Credits
SCREENING OF ENTRY CREDENTIALS
The screening of student's entry credentials is a continuous exercise in the college. Right from the time that candidates apply to get admitted into the college as students until their final year and even thereafter, their qualifications are subjected to rigorous screening both within and outside the college to determine their genuineness or otherwise, students found to have altered, falsified, impersonated or performed any act of impropriety to gain admission into the college through deceit are immediately dismissed. Additionally, the college may not hesitate to hand over such culprits to the appropriate law enforcement agencies for prosecution.
Matriculation signifies the formal admission of a student into the main NCE stream of the college, having satisfied preliminary entry requirements provisionally. On matriculation, students are assigned matriculation numbers, which act as part of their particulars/identity in the college. It is therefore compulsory that every correspondence by students within the campus must be with their matriculation numbers, which are also used for examinations.
Convocation signifies graduation ceremony of final year students who have passed their relevant examinations, for the award of Nigeria Certificate in Education (NCE). Results and prizes are distributed to deserving graduands during the occasion. Matriculation and Convocation are annual events and students need academic gowns for the occasions (the Students Affairs office is the source of issuance).