Thomas Adewumi University, Oko, Kwara State has released the list of current outstanding scholars based on the overall academic performances of the 2021/22 session.

The Vice-chancellor of Thomas Adewumu University, Prof. Francisca Oladipo joins other Vice-chancellors, Pro-chancellors, the ESs of NUC, Tetfund, Registrar of JAMB, and other members of the Nigerian educational leaders to celebrate the 60th Anniversary of National University Commission (NUC).

The National Universities Commission (NUC) has appointed the Vice-chancellor of Thomas Adewumi University, Prof. Francisca Oladipo as a member of the eligibility committee for a project for ICT development in the Nigerian University system (NUS).

Our amiable Vice-chancellor, Professor Francisca O. Oladipo, had her inaugural lecture at her Home-University, Federal University Lokoja, FUL, today, 16th November 2022. To commemorate the 8th inaugural lecture of the University.

The entire community of Thomas Adewumi University sends Condolences to the family of Late Prof. Akanbi (the vice chancellor of Kwara state University) and to the entire community of Kwara State University, Malete.

The 300-level students of Physiotherapy students who went for their Community Based Experience Scheme (COBES) last month presented to the entire community of Thomas Adewumi University and their parents and guardians who joined virtually.

Thomas Adewumi University hosted one of the most insightful teachings on research ethics, practice, and principles earlier today. The university research workshop was held both onsite and virtually and was facilitated by Professor Ezendu Ariwa of the University of Bedfordshire, UK.

Thomas Adewumi University had its first Software Engineering Bootcamp on the 4th and 5th of November, 2022. The 2-day event was aimed at introducing participants to different fields of Software Engineering such as; Data Science, Machine learning, Frontend, and Backend Development.

Thomas Adewumi University received representatives from the Central Bank of Nigeria, Mr. Gbolahan Olomide, and Mr. Abdulrahman Daibu on Thursday, 3rd of November, 2020. The purpose of the visit is to guide Thomas Adewumi University on the processes of applying for the Tertiary Institution Cassava Value Chain Development Initiative, a subset of the CBN Food Value Chain Development Scheme.

The 300-level Physiotherapy students of Thomas Adewumi University are making a significant impact through the Community Based Experience Scheme (COBES). The students commenced the program last week and will round up this week, making it two weeks in total.