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Recently, the college started new departments of Special Education, Theatre Arts and Technical Education.In the past year, a new School of General Studies has commenced with a department of entrepreneurship to teach students skills and vocations and avenues to turn their passions and skills into money making ventures.This is because the college feels an urgency to arm its graduates with extra-curricular skill sets to survive the lack of white collar jobs in our society.Some students from the School of Arts who excelled in a variety of creative artistry also received awards: categories included dance, drama, stand-up comedy, debates, singing, writing and poetry (English, French and Igbo) and such other challenging and intellectually tasking creations the School organised.This section had Ogbu Anthony Chinweike in short stories in English, Madu Elvis for Poetry in English; Mong Chidinma, poetry in Igbo; Blessing Ibekwe, Trado-dance; King David, individual drama; Amah Okorie, quiz, to mention a few.20,000 each to 106 academically outstanding, special needs (physically challenged), athletic and indigent students. In 2011, 46 students were awarded 20,000 each to 150 students, including dozens from the School of Arts who published a book of short stories in English and French.The star studded and exciting ceremony graced by a full retinue of Principal Officers, deans, directors, award recipients and their guardians saw the awardees, especially the best students from each department, get commendations from the Management – alongside their cash gifts and a handshake from the Provost. This year, the golden anniversary of the College, 106 students have benefited.Right now the Provost is a woman, the Registrar is a woman and the Dean of students is a woman.Coming to Alvan Ikoku as a young girl or woman is the first step in the right direction to help any women remove mental and cultural inhibitions and ultimately shatter the ‘glass ceiling’ in their career.In the golden jubilee year of our great College, Miss Onyeoyibo ‘the beautiful one’ has added another gloss of gold to our shine.It’s that time of the year again: the time when prospective undergraduates fill out post unified tertiary matriculation examination (Post-UTME) forms for the universities, colleges and polytechnics they want to attend.


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