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Shocking DON'T in mission universities in Nigeria

Mission universities like other institutions of learning have a set of laws that govern the day to day activities of students. While th...



Mission universities like other institutions of learning have a set of laws that govern the day to day activities of students. While these rules and regulations vary from one university to the other, authorities in mission universities have also put measures in place to punish defaulters with a view to deter others. Below are highlights  of some things students are not allowed to do in three popular mission universities.


Bowen University – Iwo, Osun state
• Students are not allowed to own camera phones and PC tablets such as I-Pad.

• Hair styles of female students must be neck length and must match with the natural color of hair.

• Male students must wear ties and stockings to class

• Students must attend compulsory chapel services on Wednesday, Thursday and twice on Sunday.

• All students are not allowed to leave the school premises without exeat and they are only allowed to leave once a month.

Babcock University- Ilishan, Ogun state
• Students are not allowed to eat meat, fish and turkey.

• Students are not allowed to wear jeans in the school.

• Female students are not allowed to wear trousers in school.

• Students must attend compulsory church service on Saturdays.

• Students are not allowed to drink Coke or Pepsi.

• No buying and selling is allowed in school premises.

• Students must not leave the school premises without school permit.

• Only Corporate dressing is allowed in school premises.

• Only cafeteria food is allowed in school premises.

• No cooking is allowed in hostels or school.

Covenant University- Ota, Ogun state
• Students are not allowed to own phones.

• Students are not allowed to wear jeans in the school.

• Students must attend compulsory chapel services on Tuesdays for senior levels and Thursdays for junior levels as well as Sundays.

• Male students are meant to wear ties to classes and all students must be dressed corporately.

• Halls are locked by 10pm and lights in the hostels are to be switched off at 12 midnight.

• Students must not leave the school premises without school permit.

• Female students are not allowed to use any hair color different from the color of their hair.

• All students are expected to sign the roll-call before 12 midnight every day.

21 comments

  1. Glorified secondary schools. Shariah beta pass this one sef.

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  2. Na wa O! are these UNIVERSITIES MILITARY or PARAMILITARY schools? Now if BABA OYEDEPO is not allowing is "BLESSED" CHILDREN to READ TDB, how 10% come ACCUMMULATE GP of 4.5 & above? Hmmmm.

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  3. That's good. discipline, the hall mark of godly lifestyle. The evil guys will be discouraged to even seek admission into these schools. All that are outlined are just normal lifestyle of students, but the exception....Phone. they shd be allowed to own phones, ipad, Laptop etc

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  4. " el matosky, it is not reading all through the night that makes you a brilliant student oo. But how committed to ur studies. if all these time-wasting social engagements are cut off like as we have seen from their rules, they will have enough time to read, sleep well, and keep their brain fresh to study.

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  5. Nigerian self!!! Everything is shocking???

    Nothing is done without complain. We are the ones complain of low level of immorality, yet we are still the ones calling moral rules shocking!

    This is a private and MISSION university, if you cannot abide by their standard, go open you own university and even allow gays and homosexuals there.

    Nonsense!

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  6. Nothing good about this - where is their independence? This is why most of kids don't mature mentally which results in failed marriages and poor job retention. These are secondary schools not universities - sorry!

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  7. Nigerian self!!! Everything is shocking???

    Nothing is done without complain. We are the ones complain of low level of immorality, yet we are still the ones calling moral rules shocking!

    This is a private and MISSION university, if you cannot abide by their standard, go open you own university and even allow gays and homosexuals there.

    Nonsense!

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  8. Na lie! There is no school that don't allow their students to eat meat. Other points make sense but do they compel non-Christians to fellowship too?

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  9. what of madonna and caritas owned by the same person. heard their own rules are even more outrageous.

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  10. Chile Iwegbulam DCAugust 1, 2013 at 11:29 AM

    What is wrong with the rules? Thank you Brother Ade for your write up. Big shame for annonymous 8:26am! For Naija man, what is the business of non- christians in such school? Remember they are MISSIONS School and not SHARIA School! I wish the school fees are Cheap for us who prefers it!

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  11. Some of you complain out of jealousy. Just hide your ignorant and share poverty.
    Please go to government school where you can do any thing you want to do, illicit and immoral act like robbery, cultism...etc. No body is complaining. Look at your school under lock and key, why ?. I'm still waiting for your answer. Is it because of your complained above ? Please I want to read your reply.

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  12. I went to Covenant University. Lovely environment. You actually have to study. Grades are earned!

    The school/church didn't force anyone to attend the school. We all decided to, and we knew what the rules were.

    Agreed the rules are pretty strict especially for youths, but guess what.., it laid a nice foundation for us and makes us conscious sometimes when doing things.

    From the little I know, these schools; Covenant and the rest have an atmosphere that most Federal and state universities don't have. You should take a tour... If it's past your time, you will want to send your children there!

    jumplevels

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  13. There are rules and regulations in mainstream Nigeria universities too but students do not respect them and the leaders do not enforce the rules. Hence, indiscipline is the norm.

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  14. why the complain? These rules where there before the students went to these institutions and they are aware of them and accepted them! What ls they noise about. Deregulation and portability dey naija. If e no sweet you, port l beg.

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  15. I wonder what you people are complaining about.As far as i am concerned,these rules are set to make our children better citizens and future leaders.They are shielded away from destructive worldly influences which to me is good for their development and progress.I give kudos to the management of these institutions for their efforts in giving these students sound training and at the same time inculcating high moral values into them.

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  16. Some of the rules yes but some no.
    ...Odun Tutu

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  17. IYALA MAN!

    I HOPE THEY WILL KEEP TO THESE RULES EVEN AFTER GRADUATION ......

    JUST THINKING.... WILL THEY NOW BE WORKING IN "A WORLD DEVOID OF ALL THESE ILLS?

    I THOUGHT WE WERE TO BE CUNNING AS THE SERPENT, YET GENTLE AS THE DOVE"

    YOU HAD BETTER WAKE UP TO THE REALITY OF THESE WORLD.

    ALTHOUGH, I DO NOT SUBSCRIBE TO MORAL BANKRUPTCY...

    I DO HOWEVER BELIEVE IN EXCELLING IN ALL SPHERES.
    GOOD LUCK THOUGH!!

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  18. please i want to find out if coke and pepsi intoxicates too.
    Again, if you don't eat fish, meat and turkey, what will you then eat in your meals?

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  19. but students shuld b allowed 2 use fone nw incase of any emergency .. nd ipads 4 pictures

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