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

JAMB RETAINS 180 CUT OFF MARK FOR 2014 UNIVERSITY ADMISSION,COMMENDS GUU FOR CBT.

Nigeria’s regulatory body for admission into tertiary institutions JAMB has retained last year’s cut off mark of 180 for intake of students into universities in the 2014/2015 academic year.

Arising from her flagship annual stakeholders meeting held recently in Abuja and attended by Chief Executive Officers of higher institutions in Nigeria,JAMB also announced the adoption of 150 as cut off mark for students desirous of admission into Polytechnics,Monotechnics and Colleges of Education.

Briefing participants at the meeting the Registrar of JAMB Prof Ojerinde appraised the application of the computer based test format during the 2014 examination,revealing that other forms of screening will be dropped in the 2015 exercise.

Prof Ojerinde therefore commended management of higher institutions that provided
facilities for the conduct of the computer based tests in their schools.

He particularly paid glowing tribute to Gregory University Uturu for hosting over 3000 candidates during the exercise pledging to deploy more applicants to the centre in subsequent exercises.