Dr Greg Ibe Commends Gov. T.A Orji

Vice President of Liberia visits GUU. Positioned 4th from right (front role)

Gregory University Auditorium

Guests during the Third International Igbo Symposium that held in GUU

Abia State Governor Dr. T. A Orji commends GUU

Chairman of the Occasion presenting the Igbo translated Bible during the Third International Igbo Symposium in GUU

Members of Gregory Iyke Ibe Scholarship Scheme (GIISS) Steering Committee


Recently Gregory University Uturu broadened the scope of her educational collaboration with notable institutions by initiating bilateral linkages with Langston University Oklahoma, Kennesaw State University and Georgia Institute of Technology, all in the United States of America.

Being the fruit of an extensive tour of the US by top management of GUU, comprising the Chancellor Dr Gregory Ibe and the Vice Chancellor Prof Juliet Elu, the collaboration arrangement with these institutions come on the heels of similar mutually beneficial partnerships with Tuskegee University Alabama and Morehouse College Atlanta.

According to Gregory N Price who is acting Dean of School of Business at Langston University, “the agreement will facilitate research, educational and programme collaboration between LU and GUU, enabling both institutions to globalize their students and faculty”.

It is expected that the first stage of the collaboration will involve GUU business students taking courses during the summer semester in Langston University.
Speaking on the relevance of the GUU linkage programme with foreign universities, the Chancellor Dr Gregory Ibe said the institution aims to expose her students to other learning environments with the objective of making them all round global citizens. According to Dr Ibe “our intention is to give our scholars the opportunity of being coached by globally acclaimed professionals using the best teaching aids and equipment, as a compliment to what we have on campus”.

He commended the vice chancellor Prof Juliet Elu for initiating theĀ  linkages in line with GUU policy and congratulated her on her recent elevation to the position of endowed professor.