The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) was first established in 1983, suspended in 1984 and finally reborn in 2002 by an Act of 1993, which provides amongst others that the President of the Federal Republic of Nigeria is the Visitor to the University.
The University is governed by the Council while the highest academic body is the Senate with the Vice-Chancellor as its Chairman. The Registrar serves as the Secretary to Council and Senate bodies.
The Registry Department’s primary responsibility is to provide support services in the General Administration of the University with emphasis on Council affairs, Senate matters, recruitment of Staff, Students’ admission/welfare, Staff welfare and other related activities.
You are most welcome to visit our office in person, telephone or send an email
Mr. Felix Edoka
Mission and Vision
Our vision is to provide a quality support services in the General Administration of the University with emphasis on Council affairs, Senate matters, Staff recruitment, Students’ admission/welfare, Staff welfare and other related activities.
The Registry Department of NOUN is considered to be the “heartbeat” of the system from where the administrative and academic service activities radiate into all arms of the University. It offers administrative and support services to Governing Council, Senate, management Committees as well as other service Departments such as the Bursary, Physical Planning, Internal Audit, Academic Planning Unit, Legal Unit University Library, Media and information Unit and office of the Vice-Chancellor. The Registry therefore, serves the operational goals and objectives of the University as enshrined in the Act establishing the university.
The Registry at present is made up of the following Units: The Registrar’s Office, Council Office, Human Resources, and Academic Office.
As the nucleus of the University’s Administrative activities, the Registry is manned by very high caliber staff to enhance its service delivery. The Registrar who is also the Secretary to Council and Senate is the Head of the Department and currently assisted by six Deputy Registrars who head the various Unit.
The Registrar is responsible to the general Management and administration of the University. The functions of the Registrar’s office include staff recruitment and placement, postings and transfers, Training and Development amongst others.
The Registrar’s office is divided into following units:
- HR Senior Staff Section
- HR Junior Staff Section
- Staff Training/Development and Record
- Academic Office
1. Senior staff section is responsible for:
All senior staff matters
- Preparation and presentation of reports on senior staff
- Preparing briefs for Appointment and Promotions Committee (A&PC) Servicing Senior staff leave matters
- Conveying decisions of Management on senior staff
- Servicing Appointment and Promotion Committee on senior staff
- Servicing of Senior Management Meeting
- Shortlisting of candidates for interviews
2. Junior Staff Section is responsible for:
All Junior staff matters such as:
- Junior Staff Leave matters
- Conveying decisions of Management on Junior staff
- Servicing Appointments and Promotions Committee – Junior staff matters
- Supervision of Junior Staff
3. Staff Training, Development & Records is responsible for:
- All matters relating to Staff training
- Computation of terminal benefit of staff
- Documentation of all new staff
- Preparing and updating of nominal roll
- Scrutinizing indebtedness of staff leaving the University and stoppage of their salaries at appropriate time.
Staff in the Unit:
1. EDOKA I. Felix (Mr.) -Registrar
2. ORITOGUN, Folashade T. (Mrs.) -Principal Assistant Registrar
3. OGBONNAYA, Adaora N. (MRS]) -Senior Assistant Registrar
4. SALAAM Oladunni N. (Miss) -Administrative Officer I
5. ABUH, O. Juliet (Miss) -Senior Secretarial Assistant I
6. AKOH Suleiman (Mr.) -Confidential Secretary
7. MORRIS Clement (Mr.) -Chief Clerical Officer
8. MAIGIDA, Sambo (Mr.) -Chief Artisan (Driving)
9. OKON DANIEL, Esther (Miss) -Assistant Chief Clerical Officer
10. ONEKUTU, Anyaja Rose (Miss) -Assistant Executive Officer
11. ALESHINMAGUN AbdulRasheed Ayinde (Mr.) -Clerical Officer
12. ETIDO, Helen Mosugu (Mrs.) -Environmental Attendant (Cleaning)
13. AKINTOYE Quadri Babajide (Mr.) -Clerical Officer.
Phone: 01- 816 639