The Registry of the College is vested with the responsibility of coordinating various departments/units of the College to
ensure efficiency and optimal performance. The Registry is headed by the Registrar who is the Chief Administrator of the
College and statutorily the Secretary to Council, Academic Board and Convocation, finance and General Purpose Committee
as well as other committees established by Council. The Registrar reports to the Provost on the day-to-day administration of the College.
The Registry has come of age, as it has recorded milestone achievements since inception. It is made up of well-structured and
functional departments/units as component parts with key responsibilities. To ensure efficiency, these units/departments are headed
by seasoned administrators who are responsible to the Registrar. Importantly, the Registrar coordinates the activities of all administrative
staff in the College.
The Registry’s vision as articulated by the Registrar, Mr. Adekunle Abiodun Oni is “to be part of a dynamic and resourceful Management,
leading a team of well-educated administrators who are highly motivated and endowed with integrity, honesty and transparency”.
The Bursary in its current form is managed by seasoned professional accountants whose varied experiences include investment, public sector
accounting and finance, taxation and tax management, systems processes and reviews, financial management and cost efficiency.
The key activities of the Bursary are performed through the Bursar's Office and the Directoratee.
The Library as integral part of the College owes its history from the growth and development of its parent institution. The library offers information
needs for students, lecturers, researchers, and practicing professionals within its institutional composition.
The current status of the institution as a College of Nursing and Midwifery behoves that there is a library catering for information needs of students,
lecturers and other practitioners within the clusters/units/departments of the College. Library contributions to the college development cannot be over
emphasized. The library has been able to provide conducive environment to students and staff of the college. Presently the library is fixed with air
conditioners which were installed to make the place cool and comfortable. The library collections have grown and are still growing to the extent that
new collections are being acquired while obsolete books are being weeded out from time to time. As part of the global shift from hard copy information
prints to electronic- based information, the library is planning to subscribe to a number of electronics data bases consisting journals, monographs and
reports to supplement the existing e-books in the library.
The College Library is located in a bungalow building adjacent to the Administrative Block of the College. It is organized into following departments
namely: (i) General administration, (ii) Collection Development/ Acquisition Department (iii) Technical Services Department (iv) Reader Services (Lending)
Department, (v) Reference/ ICT Department (vi) E- Library Clusters.
The library is a friendly place to be. I welcome you to the Oyo State College of Nursing and Midwifery, Eleyele, Ibadan Library.
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WORKS AND MAINTENANCE
The Collge Works and Maintenance Department came into existence with the assumption of duty of Engr. Akinbowale Adigun Olawoyin in June, 2015.
Engr.Olawoyin is a COREN registered, and FUTA trained Engineer with then over a decade working Experience as a Civil Engineer with Oyo State
government put in place virile Works Department.