Adeleke University is a privately owned institution, situated in Ede, one of the popular towns in Osun State, Southwestern Nigeria.
About Adeleke University
It was recognized by Chief Adedeji Adeleke over the Springtime Development Foundation (SDF), a philanthropic, non-profit organization created by Chief Adedeji to support less privileged students in the procurement of a quality higher education.
As a faith-based institution of higher learning, it is closely united with (but not owned and/or functioned by) the Seventh-day Adventist Church and its philosophy of Christian Education. As such it is a part of the Seventh-day Adventist education system, the world’s second-largest Christian school system.
With a strict pledge to realizing the vision and mission of the establishing fathers, the university today bids one of the most reasonable but best quality education in Nigeria, with exceptional features like scholarship opportunities, flexibility in payment of fees, acquisition of entrepreneurial skills, high-quality teaching, research, and innovative learning.
Adeleke University is a home away from home where parents and teachers syndicate efforts to legacy to students the chase of utmost truth, the transmission of knowledge, and dedication to service to, God and humanity in general. You are welcome to a God-centered institution that emphasizes holistic training of the mental, physical, spiritual, and social aspects of man.
Faculties and Departments at Adeleke University
College of Business & Economics
Economics and Statistics
Finance and Law
School of Health & Human Services
Child and Family Studies
Criminal Justice and Criminalistics
Kinesiology and Nutritional Science
College of Arts & Letters
Modern Languages & Literatures
Music, Theatre & Dance
Television, Film, & Media Studies
Graduate School of Education
Germanic, Slavic, and Semitic
Global and International Studies
Global Peace and Security
Counseling, Clinical, and School Psychology
Department of Education
Teacher Education Program
College of Engineering
Electrical & Computer Engineering
School of Natural & Social Sciences
Asian and Asian-American Studies
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Geosciences and Environment
Latin American Studies
Physics & Astronomy
FAQS about Adeleke University
How many students does AU admit per year?
Answer: On April 8, 2021, the 10th Matriculation welcomed 967 new students into the six faculties of the University
Is the AU a Federal or State School?
Answer: This institution is privately owned.
What is the Jamb cut-off mark for AU?
Answer: This higher institution cut-off mark is 180. The AU post-UTME screening procedure is open to any UTME applicant with a score of 180 or higher.
What is AU’s Official Website?
Is the AU a good school?
Answer: AU rated 78th in Nigeria and 7862nd in the World 2022 total rankings. Adeleke University originated in 2011.
Are there hostels in AU?
Answer: yes. The Institution’s Hostel was established as a vital part of the school management’s vision to build a massive citadel where excellence in childhood education is of supreme importance.
When is the Post UTME form coming out for AU?
Answer: Adeleke University admission form 2022 is out. AU Post UTME form for the 2022/2023 Academic Session is on auction. The AU form 2022/2023 can be opened via the AU Post UTME registration portal.
Is AU Under ASUU?
Answer: NO, The higher institution is a private institution.
Who founded AU?
Answer: Adedeji Adeleke (born 6 March 1957) is a Nigerian billionaire, business magnate, and president of Adeleke University. He is also the CEO of Pacific Holdings Limited. He is the father of Davido, a Nigerian musician, and Sharon Adeleke. He was married to Dr. Vero Adeleke who died on 6 March 2003. His younger brother Ademola Adeleke is the governor-elect of Osun State.
What are the requirements for AU?
Answer: AU Post UTME Screening Necessities
The least qualification for the Degree Programme is 5 credits with English Language, Mathematics, and any three other applicable subjects at the WASC/NECO/NABTEB Examinations or they’re equal (at not more than 2 sittings). Credit in Mathematics is NOT obligatory for programs like English Studies, History and International Studies, Diplomatic Studies, Religious Studies, Political Science, Public Administration, and Library & Information Science. Applicants awaiting O Level results will be obligatory to current acceptable qualification on resumption and before matriculation.
UTME Admission Necessities
Necessary O’Level Result (WASC/NECO/NABTEB)
Recent JAMB UTME Registration
Direct Entry Admission Requirements
3 years BSc. Degree Program
A’Level / National Diploma (OND with at Least Lower Credit) / NCE (Merit) / IJMB/ JUPEB
Registration with JAMB for Direct Entry Registration
2 years BSc. Degree Program
4 years Post-Secondary Qualification (HND, BSc./ ICAN, etc)
First Admission Documents into current University
Authorized Transcript from current University to be sent straight to the Registrar.
How much is AU Post UTME Form?
Answer: All Qualified applicants for UTME and Direct Entry are compulsory to pay a non-refundable fee of 5,000 only for Adeleke University screening.
What is the AU dress code?
Answer: Students of the university must always seem in corporate attires. This means that the male students should be outfitted in a shirt and a pair of trousers and the female students on shirts and skirts.
Are phones allowed in AU?
Answer: Ibikunle Tijani, said: “At Adeleke University, for example, we allow our students to use cell phones, but we also place limits. You cannot put on your cell phone throughout lecture hours. If you do, some points would be subtracted from you. The application of that differs from one lecturer to the other.
How much are the school fees of AU?
Answer: The Institution offers Accommodation and other infrastructure like a library and good college buildings, a cafeteria, etc., school fees in AU go between N200,000 – N300,000.
Does AU have an Anthem?
A cradle of excellence and quality education
Creating a legacy for generations
Through the power of the Almighty God
Upholding truth and integrity
Taking giant strides and breaking new grounds
Giving our all to humanity
From generation to generation
AU shall stand a beacon to the world
From generation to generation.
AU shall stand a beacon to the world