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AUI Administration

Know about our executives, directors and other visioners

The administrative structure of Augustine University consists of the Board of Trustees, Governing Council, Principal Officers as well as the usual organs put in place for the effective governance of tertiary institutions. These structures are carefully spelt out in the University Law.

The main Bodies and Officers of the University are as follows:

The Proprietor and Visitor to the University

The Archbishop & Metropolitan of the See of Lagos, Most Reverend Dr. Alfred Adewale Martins is the Proprietor and Visitor to the University.  He appoints the members of the Board of Trustees for the University.

The Visionary and Project Initiator

The Archbishop Emeritus of Lagos, His Eminence, Cardinal Anthony Olubunmi Okogie, who until August 2012 was the Archbishop of Lagos Diocese is the Visionary and project initiator of the University.  He currently oversees the physical development of the University.

The Chairman, Board of Trustees

The Board of Trustees is the highest governing body of the University. The Board is responsible for the University’s policy directions, endowment, financing, strategy and long term planning. It is chaired by Sir Steve Omojafor, KCSS, OON.

The other members of the Board are: Msgr. B. Okodua, Msgr. F. Ogunmodede, Msgr. J.K.A Aniagwu, Msgr. Edward Hartnett, Dame Priscilla Kuye, Chief J. Edozien, Chief Albert Otuasile (JP) and Professor J.O. Obemeata.

The Chancellor

Rt. Rev. Monsignor Dr. J.K.A Aniagwu is the Chancellor of the University. He is the highest Principal Officer of the University and takes precedence over all other members of the University. He is the Chairman of Convocation Ceremonies and other assemblies of the University.

The Chairman of the Governing Council

The Council is the governing body of the University and has the general mandate of providing a general policy and strategic direction in the running of the institution. The Body is also in control of the properties and expenditures of the University.  It has the ultimate responsibility to ensure that the University’s mission and objectives are realized. It is the official employer of all staff and controls resources required to support the University’s activities. The activities and affairs of the Council are documented by the Registrar of the University. The Chairman of the Governing Council is Chief Gilbert Temisan Grant.

The Principal Officers

The Vice-Chancellor

Professor Steve OlaOluwa Afolami, FNSPP is the Chief Executive Officer and the academic head of the University. The Vice-Chancellor is also the chief exponent of the educational mission of the University and his office serves as the nerve centre of activities in areas of protocol, external relations and coordination of various internal organs. The Vice-Chancellor ensures that the Vision and Mission statements of the University are meticulously followed. He is responsible to the Governing Council for the management of the human, monetary and other material resources of the University.

Registrar

Mrs. Margaret Itohan Aziba is the Chief Administrative Officer and head of Registry of the University. She is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to day administrative activities of the University. The Registrar is the Secretary to the Governing Council, Senate, Convocation and Congregation as well as custodian of the seal and other legal documents of the University.

Bursar

Mr. Sunday Adetunji Alabi is the Chief Financial Officer of the University. He is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the day-to-day financial administration of the University.

Senior Librarian

Mr. H. A. Oshilalu (Senior Librarian) currently coordinates the activities of the University Library. He is responsible to the Vice-Chancellor for the development of the University library system.

Student Affairs

The Acting Dean of Student Affairs

Dr. Omobosede Oluwatoyin Fashedemi of the Department of Chemistry is the Acting Dean of Students Affairs. The Unit is responsible for the management of the halls of residence of students as well as their welfare. The Unit is headed by the Acting Dean appointed by the Vice Chancellor. The responsibilities of the Acting Dean of Student Affairs include advising students on career matters; organizing sporting activities; encouraging students to participate in social and cultural activities; providing counseling services and organizing talks on human formation (all bordering on intellectual, moral and social growth).


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