Testimonials

NWOSU NGOZI (Faculty of Management Sciences- Corporative Management)
Question: In one sentence what was your experience like, schooling in NOUN?
Answer:    It has been a wonderful experience being a student of NOUN because it wasn’t really easy but at the end I was able to achieve my aim here in NOUN.
Question: What kind of information would you like to access after your study here?
Answer:    I would like to know about any form of workshop or training that the school may be organizing for students and graduates.
Question: In what ways do you think you can contribute to your alma mater?
Answer:   Now that I’m a graduate I should be able to tell other people about NOUN because it’s a wonderful place to be; if only people can be able to bend down                                  and study. This is a training ground where you can be able to exercise your brain and at the end you’ll be proud of yourself and say you have achieved something.

 

ONWEFI ONMEJE (Faculty of Sciences- Environmental science and Resource management)
Question: In one sentence what was your experience like, schooling in NOUN?
                It’s been quite a good experience because along the line I have learnt a lot of things and met a lot of people I wouldn’t have met ordinarily.
Answer:   What kind of information would you like to access after your study here?
                I’d like to know whether the management will continue to enlighten the staff in the study centres on how things should be done.
Question: In what ways do you think you can contribute to your alma mater
Answer:   If by God’s grace I’m close to any study centre and I see that there are things to be done and has not been done, I’d do it. For example, my study centre doesn’t                     have chairs, so financially I can contribute to the school.

 

JOHNSON MOJISOLA (Faculty of Social Science- Peace Studies and Conflict Resolution)
Question: In one sentence what was your experience like, schooling in NOUN?
                I did enjoy being a student of NOUN although there are some lapses that the management need to correct.
Answer:   What kind of information would you like to access after your study here?
                I’d want to know how the school has progressed from where it is now that I’m leaving and if it’s encouraging, I’ll definitely come back for another programme.
Question: In what ways do you think you can contribute to your alma mater
Answer:   Sure, as a graduate I’m ready to contribute in any way I can. Whatever the university asks of us, they should make their request known and it will be done.

 

ADEWUYI OLUWAFEMI ABAYOMI (Faculty of Management Sciences- Masters Business Administration)
Question: In one sentence what was your experience like, schooling in NOUN?
Answer:    Being a student of NOUN has been wonderful, especially because the staff we have here are very good and are professionals in their own fields.
Question: What kind of information would you like to access after your study here?
Answer:    I’d want to know when the university improves on E-library because students need it in order move forward.
Question:  In what ways do you think you can contribute to your alma mater
Answer:     It’s a normal thing for every graduate to be a member of his or her alumni association which will help you give back to the university. for instance, if I                                      get to work in an organization which can help to provide some services that’ll benefit staff and students of NOUN, then I can introduce it to the University.