THE Karl Kumm University Com, a project conceived by Church Of Christ In Nations (COCIN), has matriculated over sixty-one (61) pioneer students for the 2023/2024 academic session to pursue their various academic goals and aspirations.
Vice Chancellor of the University, Prof. Audu Nanven Gambo, disclosed this on the occasion marking the maiden matriculation of Karl Kumm University students, held at the university’s premises, Vom, Jos-South Local Government Area of Plateau State yesterday.
He said, “Today is indeed, a watershed in the the Karl Kumm University project, carefully and strategically conceived and implemented by the Church Of Christ In Nations (COCIN). Today marks a celebration knowing God’s faithfulness as the university is by the grace of God matriculating its pioneer set of students, hereby marking the end of admission for the 2023/2024 academic session.
“We are witnessing today, the formal enrollment of 61 young, enthusiastic and promising set of pioneer students into Karl Kumm University to pursue their various academic goals and aspirations. Permit me to heartily congratulate these pioneer students on their admission to study in Karl Kumm University.
“All of you were critically and carefully screened and found suitable for admission into your preferred academic programmes. It may interest the audience to note that the university is taking off with 14 cutting edge programmes structured into eight departments and domiciled in two faculties (Arts, Management and Social Sciences and Science and Computing)”, he highlighted.
Gambo however, commended the Board Of Trustees and the Governing Council, describing them as a blessing to the university because they have high profile personalities and are achievers in their respective callings. ” KKU is truly blessed,” he concluded.