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List Of Universities Not Under ASUU in Nigeria 2023/2024

Universities Not Under ASUU in Nigeria
Written by Bola Ayowumi

ASUU stands for Academic Staff Union of Universities. It is a Nigerian union of university academic staff, including professors, lecturers, and researchers, established in 1978.

The primary goal of ASUU is to improve the working conditions, welfare, and remuneration of its members, as well as to promote the quality of education and research in Nigerian universities.

ASUU has been involved in several strikes and negotiations with the government over the years to demand better working conditions, increased funding for universities, and the implementation of agreements reached with the government.

Previously, the University of Nigeria, Nsukka, and the University of Ilorin, Unilorin, were the only federal universities that were not members of ASUU. However, as of 2019, the situation has changed and they have joined ASUU. This means that if there is a call for strike action, there will be no federal university that is exempted and all will be expected to participate.

List Of Universities Not Under ASUU in Nigeria.

In Nigeria, several universities are not under the Academic Staff Union of Universities (ASUU). These universities are either private universities or state-owned universities that have not joined ASUU.

It is important to note that although these universities are not under ASUU, they have their own academic staff unions that negotiate with their respective management on issues affecting their members.

Some of the state-owned universities not under ASUU include

State-Owned UniversityLocation
Lagos State University (LASU)Lagos
Benue State UniversityBenue
Kwara State UniversityKwara
Osun State UniversityOsun
Ondo State University of Science and TechnologyOndo
List Of Universities Not Under ASUU in Nigeria.

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Private Universities Not Under ASUU

University NameLocation
Achievers University, OwoOwo, Ondo State
Adeleke University, EdeEde, Osun State
Afe Babalola University, Ado-EkitiAdo-Ekiti, Ekiti State
African University of Science & TechnologyAbuja
Ajayi Crowther University, IbadanIbadan, Oyo State
Al-Hikmah University, IlorinIlorin, Kwara State
Al-Qalam University, KatsinaKatsina
American University of Nigeria, YolaYola, Adamawa State
Augustine UniversityIlara, Lagos State
Babcock University,Ilishan-RemoIlishan-Remo, Ogun State
Baze UniversityAbuja
Bells University of Technology, OttaOtta, Ogun State
Benson Idahosa University, Benin CityBenin City, Edo State
Bingham University, New KaruKaru, Nasarawa State
Bowen University, IwoIwo, Osun State
Caleb University, LagosLagos
Caritas University, EnuguEnugu
Chrisland UniversityAbeokuta, Ogun State
Covenant University OtaOta, Ogun State
Crawford University IgbesaIgbesa, Ogun State
Crescent UniversityAbeokuta, Ogun State
Edwin Clark UniversityKiagbodo, Delta State
Elizade UniversityIlara-Mokin, Ondo State
Evangel UniversityAkaeze, Ebonyi State
Fountain UnveristyOsogbo, Osun State
Godfrey Okoye UniversityUgwuomu-Nike, Enugu State
Gregory UniversityUturu, Abia State
Hallmark UniversityIjebu-Itele, Ogun State
Hezekiah UniversityUmudi, Imo State
Igbinedion UniversityOkada, Edo State
Joseph Ayo Babalola UniversityIkeji-Arakeji, Osun State
Kings UniversityOdeomu, Osun State
Kwararafa UniversityWukari, Taraba State
Landmark UniversityOmu-Aran, Kwara State
Lead City University, IbadanIbadan, Oyo State
Madonna UniversityOkija, Anambra State
Mcpherson UniversitySeriki-Sotayo, Ogun State
Micheal & Cecilia Ibru UniversityAgbarha-Otor, Delta State
Mountain Top UniversityMakogi Oba, Ogun State
Nile University of Nigeria, AbujaAbuja
Novena University, OgumeOgume, Delta State
Obong University, Obong NtakObong Ntak, Akwa Ibom State
Oduduwa University, IpetumoduIpetumodu, Osun State
Pan-Atlantic University, LagosLagos
Paul University, AwkaAwka, Anamb
Universities Not Under ASUU in Nigeria.

Based on the list of private universities not under ASUU in Nigeria for the 2023/2024 academic year, it appears that there are many options available for students who may be seeking alternatives to public universities that may be affected by ASUU strikes. Private universities offer an alternative option for students who desire quality education, with many of them offering a range of courses and programs.

It is important to note that while private universities may offer some benefits, they may also come at a higher cost than public universities. It is therefore important for students and their families to carefully consider their options and make an informed decision based on their circumstances and priorities.

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