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About LAUTECH

Ladoke Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH) is an
autonomous public institution with the general function of
providing liberal higher education and encouragement to the
rapid advancement of learning throughout Nigeria.

The legal basis of the University is the Ladoke Akintola
University of Technology Act which transferred to the
University, the property to the former Ogbomoso Girls High
School, Ogbomoso, under the Act; – The University consists
of Chancellor, Pro-Chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, Council Senate,
Congregation, all Graduates and Undergraduates of the
University in accordance with the provisions of the Ladoke
Akintola University of Technology Edict No.

The university runs three academic programmes: pre-degree
science programme, undergraduate programmes and post-
graduate programmes. The university is jointly owned by two
states in Nigeria: Oyo and Osun states. The entire student body
population of both undergraduates and postgraduates is
presently about 25,000 with 3,000 dynamic and highly
dedicated staff and faculty members.

For two consecutive seasons, 2003 and 2004, the university
has been adjudged by the Nigerian Universities Commission
(NUC) as the best state university in Nigeria. The university has
two campuses: Ogbomoso and Osogbo campuses and is
currently made up of six faculties and a college.
Programmes offered at the University attract professional
recognitions through their emphasis on close working links
with industry and other professions. LAUTECH’s
undergraduate and postgraduate programmes emphasize the
importance of a solid base of broad skills and knowledge
through a carefully designed core curriculum, which was
conceived with a focus on the needs and requirements of
Nigerian society and her labour market.

The University’s
teaching and research are innovatively based on the smart use
of emerging technologies.
The University values the development of personal
and entrepreneurial leadership skills in every student. The core
values of excellence, integrity and service lay the groundwork
for the development of future community, regional, national
and international leaders.

A Brief Historical Background of Ladoke
Akintola University of
Technology (LAUTECH)

The conception of the University began in 1987 when
Governor Adetunji Olurin, the then Military Governor of Oyo
State, responding to a letter from the Governing Council of the
Polytechnic Ibadan set up a seven member interministerial
committee under the chairperson of Mrs. Oyinkan Ayoola. The
Committee submitted its report in 1988 and recommended the
establishment of a State University.
In response to their submission, a 15-member committee of
distinguished academicians under the chairmanship of
Professor J. A. Akinpelu was inaugurated to further deliberate
on the matter. The committee again retained the earlier verdict
of the necessity for a new University in the then Oyo State.

Several other committees, notably that of the Archdeacon (Dr)
E. O. Alayande also deliberated on the viability of
an Oyo State University.

Then in October 1989, an inter-ministerial committee set up by
the Governor, Col. Sasaenia Adedeji Oresanya under the
Chairperson of Mrs. Lydia Oyewumi Abimbola the State
Commissioner for Education by then, conclusively approved
the idea and launched the Higher Education Development
Appeal Fund of the University. A total Sum of N19m was
realized in both cash and pledges from the launching
ceremonies conducted in the State Capital and in the 42 Local
Government Areas of the State.

Bashorun M.K.O. Abiola who
was the chief launcher, donated a total sum of N2.05 million.
On the 9th of February 1990, the Abimbola Administerial
committee established a Technical Committee of distinguished
Academics chaired by Prof. (Chief) E. A. Tugbiyele to formulate
the blue print for the infrastuctures and administration of the
new University. The committee submitted its report, on 12th
April 1990, to the Government who approved it immediately.
On 13th March, 1990 the Federal Military Government had
acceded to the State’s request to set up the new University.

Col. Oresanya later signed the Edict Establishing the University
on 23rd April, 1990. He also announced on 2nd May, 1990 the
Appointment of Professor Olusegun Ladimeji Oke, a
distinguished Chemist and a Fellow of Academy of Science
(FAS) as the first Vice-Chancellor of the University.
In addition, the names of the Pro-Chancellor, Prof. Ojetunji
Aboyade and other members of the first Governing Council
were announced on 28th May, 1990 and Col. Sasaenia
Oresanya himself became the foundation Visitor to the
University. Later Bashorun M.K.O. Abiola became the first
Chancellor in January, 1991 with the approval of the succeeding
visitor, Col. Abdulkarim Adisa. The first meeting of the
University Governing Council was held on 7th June 1990, the
first Senate meeting was convened on 13th February, 1991, the
first Academic session began on 19th October 1990 with a total
number of 436 candidates were offered admission to various
courses in four faculties namely Agricultural Sciences,
Environmental Sciences, Engineering and Management
Sciences, and Pure and Applied Sciences.

The establishment of the College of Health Sciences was
postponed for a year and later took effect in October 1991 with
a student population of thirty (30). Arising from the creation
of Osun State from the former Oyo State, the name of the
University was changed from Oyo State University of
Technology to Ladoke Akintola University of Technology,
Ogbomoso and the Edict that established the University was
appropriately amended.

LAUTECH’s Mission Statement
Vision:
To be a centre of academic excellence and a training
ground for productive, self employable, self sustaining and self
reliant individuals passing through it; and to combine the ideas
of excellence in learning and research with a large dose
of pratical application in development.

Mission: Our vision is to work towards the social, cultural and
technological needs of the funding states i.e Osun and Oyo, in
particular and Nigeria in general.

LAUTECH’s Campuses

1. Ogbomosho Campus

LAUTECH main campus is located in Ogbomoso, Oyo, Nigeria,
with geographical coordinate 8° 8′ 0″ North, 4° 16′ 0″ East.
This is where most of the University’s teaching and research
are carried out. The Ogbomoso Campus also houses the
central administration of the University. The Ogbomoso
Campus has five faculties and the Post-graduate school where
courses are been taught in various fields of pure and applied
science, medicine, agriculture, engineering and technology,
environmental science.
The legal basis of the University is the Ladoke Akintola
University of Technology Act which transferred to the
University, the property of the former Ogbomoso Girls High
School, Ogbomoso, under the Act. The University consists of
Chancellor, pro-chancellor, Vice-Chancellor, Council Senate,
Congregation, all Graduates and Undergraduates of the
University in accordance with the provisions of the Ladoke
Akintola University of Technology Edict No.

2. Osogbo Campus

The Osogbo Campus is located in Osogbo, the capital
of Osun, Nigeria, with geographical coordinates of 7° 46′ 0″
North, 4° 34′ 0″. The campus headed by a Provost, houses
the College of Health Sciences which is made up of the various
departments and students in the field of medicine and surgery,
medical laboratory technology and Nursing Sciences.
The university runs three academic programmes: pre-degree
science programme, undergraduate programmes and post-
graduate programmes. The university is jointly owned by two
states in Nigeria:Oyo and Osun states. The entire student body
population is presently about 20,000. For two consequtive
seasons, 2003 and 2004, the university has been adjudged by
the Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) as the best state
university in Nigeria. The university has two campuses:
ogbomoso and osogbo campuses and is currently made up
of six faculties and a college.

Faculties and Corresponding Departments in Ladoke
Akintola University of Technology (LAUTECH)

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences
Department of Agricultural Economics
Department of Agricultural Extension and Rural
Development
Department of Crop Production and Soil Science
Department of Crop and Environmental Protection
Department of Animal Nutrition and Bio-Technology
Department of Animal Production and Health

Faculty of Environment Sciences
Department of Architecture
Department of Fine and Applied Arts
Department of Urban and Regional Planning

Faculty of Engineering and Technology

Department of Chemical Engineering
Department of Civil Engineering
Department of Computer Science and Engineering
Department of Electronic and Electrical Engineering
Department of Food Science and Engineering
Department of Mechanical Engineering
Department of Agricultural Engineering

Faculty of Pure and Applied Science
Department of Pure and Applied Biology
Department of Pure and Applied Chemistry
Department of Pure and Applied Mathematics
Department of pure and Applied Physics
Department of General Studies
Department of Earth Science
Department of Science Laboratory Technology

Faculty of Management Sciences
Department of Management and Accounting
Department of Transport Management
College of Health Science
The College of Health Sciences is headed by a Provost
and comprises of two faculties.
Faculty of Basic Medical Sciences
Department of Medical Microbiology and
Pathology
Department of Physiology
Department of Nursing
Department of Bio-Chemistry
Department of Medical Science Laboratory
Department of Morbid Anatomy / Histo-
pathology
Department of Haematology and Blood
Transfusion
Department of Chemical Pathology

Faculty of Clinical Sciences
Department of Medicine
Department of Surgery
Department Radiology
Department of Paediatrics
Department of Obstetrics
Department of Ophthalmologya
Department of Psychiatry
Department of Oto-Rhino Zarincology
Department of Anaesthesia

Notable Past Students of LAUTECH

Seyi Olofinjana
Tosin Dele
Temitope Oketunji
Oluremi Omowaiye
D’jinee
Ojemohin Shedrack
Wale Waves
Gbenga Osonubi
Olubukola Alamu
Oluwagbemiga Ilesanmi
Olateju Ajanaku
Adeleye Adeyemi
Babatunde Ojo
Saheed Bello
Ogunleke Ayodeji
Abayomi A Ogunjobi
Gbadeyan Olufemi
Iyiola Akintomide
Ayodeji Adedigba
Adeogun Segun
Tayo Famurewa
Iyanda Ayokunnumi
Osunniyi James S
Akerele Bolaji
Adewuyi Adetayo
Olawale O. Olaniyi
Fatayo Oluwasegun (Chief Justice SUG
2012/2013)
Alade Damibravo Amos (Class REP
Computer Engr. ’14)
Okewole Oluwakayode[NAPS President
2008/09]
Adeleke Adebowale Julius
Collins Oluyemi Olaniyan
Adeleke Muyiwa Joshua
Akanni Olawale
Bolade Kolapo
Yussuf Adedayo
kumolu Tolulope Ayomide
Samson Olakunle Ojoawo
Olubunmi Titilayo Ogundare
Akinwumi Amusan

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