ADSU Revised Academic Calendar for 2018/2019 Session

ADSU has revised her academic calendar for 2018/2019 session. This is the academic calendar of Adamawa State University, Mubi (ADSU) for the 2018/2019 academic session.

All students of ADSU should check the details of all dates proposed for all the important academic activities making up the 2018/2019 academic session.

ADSU Academic Calendar

Revised ADSU Academic Calendar for 2018/2019 Session

First Semester

i. Resumption/Registration of new students – 29th April to 11th May, 2019

ii. Late Registration for new students – 13th to 18th May, 2019

iii. First Semester Lectures for new students – 29th April to 29th July, 2019

iv. Matriculation – 20th May, 2019

v. Resumption/Registration for returning students – 11th to 25th May, 2019

vi. Late Registration for returning students  27th May to 1st June, 2019

vii. First Semester Lectures for returning students – 10th June – 31st August, 2019

viii. Revision – 2nd to 7th September, 2019

ix. First Semester Examination – 19th August to 19th September, 2019

v. First Semester Break – 20th September to 25th September, 2019
 

Second Semester

i. Resumption (All students) – 26th September, 2019

ii. Second Semester Lectures – 30th September to 9th December, 2019

iii. SUG Week – 12th to17th November, 2019

iv. National Day – 1st October, 2019

v. Id-el Malaud -10th November, 2019

vi. Second Semester Examinations – 12th December to 30th January, 2020

vii. End of year break – 21st December to5th January, 2020

viii. Resumption for New Students -17th February, 2020

Consideration of Results:

  • Departmental Board – 20th February 2020
  • Faculty Board – 22nd February 2020
  • Senate Business Committee- 27th February — 2nd March 2020
  • Senate meeting (for Result) – 5th March 2020
  • Resumption date for 2019/2020 – 9th March 2020

We wish you the very best!

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