LATEST TRANSCRIPT UPDATE

Dear Alumni,

This is to inform you that you can now directly request a transcript without coming to school.

The request for a transcript should be sent to transcripts@calebuniversity.edu.ng

A transcript is NGN15,000 (Fifteen thousand naira only) for undergraduates and NGN25,000 (Twenty-five thousand naira only) for post-graduates.

Payment should be made to;

1993000979
Eco bank
Caleb University Third Party

The payment slip and the following information should be sent to the email (transcripts@calebuniversity.edu.ng)

Name
Matric no
Year of grad
Phone number
Sex
Email address
Department
College
Year of graduation
Email address it is going to/ address

The email should be written as an application letter and should be signed by you. i.e Your signature should be added to the email.
If you are sending transcript to an official email, it has to be completely official.

For instance:
transcripts@calebuniversity.edu.ng is official.

Jide.malomo@calebuniversity.edu.ng is not an official email

Kindly note that the Alumni network want to reduce the interference and help with transcript process due to the delay caused by the university to receive transcripts. This delay mounts unnecessary pressure on those helping with the process

The University and the Alumni network is working earnestly on a software and platform where you can receive your transcript immediately on request.

The software is still being perfected and we hope it will be done in due time.

Kindly avoid giving funds to anyone to help process transcripts.

The school also apologized for those whose transcripts are being delayed. They sincerely have no excuse for this delay and are working on it.

Lastly,

We need more active members in the Alumni.
The Alumni is about our welfare first.
Helping with job opportunities, travels/Japa plans, scholarship and other issues.
Its best we create a community to help ourselves because no one will do it for us.

 

Thank you,

Cheers and God bless you.

ODEFADEHAN TAYO CHRISTIAN
President Caleb University Alumni

Welcome to the month of July

As we transition into the second half of the year, we are reminded of the strength and resilience that defines the Caleb University Alumni Network. It is my pleasure to reconnect with you all and to share some important updates and reflections.

It is with a heavy heart and all sobriety that we remember our beloved Public Relations Officer, Mr. Adesina Tokunbo, fondly known as Teekay who passed away last year. His untimely departure has been a significant loss for us all. Teekay’s dedication, passion, and unwavering commitment to our network were unparalleled, and he will be deeply missed. His passing did cause a brief disruption in our communication and newsletter distribution, for which we sincerely apologize.

In light of these challenges, I want to assure you that we have regained full control of our website and data. The integrity and security of our alumni data are paramount, and we have taken rigorous measures to ensure it remains protected. We appreciate your patience and understanding during this period of transition.

As we navigate these trying times, I encourage each of you to reach out to your former classmates and reconnect. Many of us are facing unprecedented challenges, and a simple gesture of reaching out can make a significant difference. Let’s support one another and strengthen the bonds that unite us as Caleb University Alumni.

Moreover, I urge you to continue being exemplary ambassadors of our alma mater. The university values the relationship with its alumni and is committed to fostering a strong, supportive community. Your actions and achievements reflect upon our institution, and together, we can build a legacy of excellence and integrity.

As we move forward, let us remain steadfast in our commitment to one another and to the ideals that Caleb University stands for. Despite the hardships we may face, let us find strength in our unity and resilience.

Thank you for your continued support and involvement in the Caleb University Alumni Network. We look forward to a productive and positive second half of the year.

Warm regards,

Arc. Christian Odefadehan
President, Caleb University Alumni Network

FAR FROM HOME – From the table of the President. – CUAN

Hello friends,

I write to you with immense gratitude and a deep sense of responsibility as I address you as your Alumni President. As we move about our daily lives and activities; both at me and abroad, we find ourselves at a crucial juncture in our journey. Our years are meant to be transformative, not just in terms of professional growth, but also in shaping our character, nurturing our passions, and preparing us to become responsible citizens of the world. I firmly believe that our collective efforts can make a significant difference in the lives of every alumnus of our institution.

First and foremost, I want to emphasize the importance of unity. Our diverse backgrounds, perspectives, and experiences should be celebrated and embraced.

Christian Odefadahan, President CALEB University Alumni NETWORK

Let us create an inclusive environment where every alumnus at home and abroad feels valued, respected, and heard. By fostering a culture of unity, we can harness the power of our collective potential, working together towards common goals and overcoming any obstacles that may come our way. I want to remind our alumni abroad that although they are far from home, they are very close to our hearts.

One of my key priorities as your Alumni President is to ensure that your voices are not only heard but actively listened to. I am working tirelessly to establish open channels of communication between the alumni, administration, and the university. I encourage each of you to express your ideas, concerns, and aspirations so that we can work collaboratively to make our college experience even better. Your feedback and suggestions are invaluable, and together, we can create positive change.

Furthermore, I am dedicated to promoting mental health and well-being among our alumni body. The times can be a challenging, and it is crucial that we support one another through the highs and lows. Let us build a caring community where no alumnus feels alone or unsupported.

To many more years and seasons through bonds, friendships, and relationships.

 

Happy New Month!

 

 

Christian Tayo Odefadehan
President
Caleb University Alumni NETWORK

www.calebunialumni.com

ALUMNI WELFARE POLICY

One of the purposes of the Caleb University Alumni association is to support an Alumni in need. We are grateful for the recent support provided to a member of the alumni concerning a medical case.

This has made us realise that we need a formal procedure for welfare donations.

Henceforth, all welfare donations should go through the alumni process to avoid duplication of effort and ensure accountability.

POINTS TO NOTE

    1. Any welfare need by an Alumni should first be presented to the set representative who will inform the welfare secretary and the president
    2. Decisions on welfare donations will be verified by the alumni executive and council
    3. Welfare donations would be collated in the alumni bank account. A separate account has newly been created specially for welfare donations:
    4. There will be a final account of the total amount received from donations and evidence of disbursement for the stipulated welfare purpose.

Bank: Sterling bank
Account number: 0092334136
Name: Caleb University Alumni Network

Please note that we do not in any way encourage people contacting others individually in the Alumni to solicit for funds.

Kindly register on the website for database & welfare purposes

Register

Thank you all for your understanding and cooperation.

We are doing our best to make the alumni better for the benefit of us all.

Odefadehan Tayo Christian
President CUAN

Student Transcript Processing

LATEST TRANSCRIPT UPDATE

This is to inform you that you can now directly request for transcript without having to come to school.

The request for transcript should be sent to
registrar@calebuniversity.edu.ng


Transcript is 10k (Ten thousand Naira only) for undergraduates
15k (Fifteen thousand Naira only) for post graduates.

Recent Graduates transcript is free.

To send the transcript via email, the school charges 5k for it.


Payment should be made to:

1993000979
Eco bank
Caleb university third party

 

The payment slip and the following information should be sent to the email

Name, Matric No., Year of graduation, Phone number, Sex, Email address, Department, College, Year of graduation, Recipient’s Email address.

If you are sending transcript to an official email, it has to be completely official.

For instance:
registrar@calebuniversity.edu.ng is official.

jide.malomo@calebuniversity.edu.ng is NOT an official email

Kindly note that the Alumni network wants to reduce the interference and help with transcript process due to the delay caused by the University to receive transcripts. This delay mounts unnecessary pressure on those helping with the process.

The University and the Alumni network is working earnestly on a software and platform where you can receive your transcript immediately on request.

The software is still being perfected and we hope it will be done in due time.

For further assistance chat this number on Whatsapp only  – wa.me/2348137067348

The school also apologized for those whose transcripts are being delayed. They sincerely have no excuse for this delay and are working on it.

Lastly,
We need more active members in the Alumni.

The Alumni is about our welfare first – kindly visit this link to register yourself as an alumni of the University.

Helping with job opportunities, travels/Japa plans, scholarship and other issues.
Its best we create a community to help ourselves because no one will do it for us.

Thank you,

Cheers and God bless you.

God bless Caleb University ALUMNI Network

President
ODEFADEHAN TAYO CHRISTIAN

President’s Welcome Address – CUAN

“Imagine you went skydiving and you jumped out of the plane only to discover your parachute doesn’t work. What memories would flash before you? Now imagine the parachute opened. How differently would you act when you landed?”

You have been our open working parachute despite the grudges and differences between us. It is with great pleasure and a deep sense of responsibility that I write this to you.

I thank you for giving me the rare and extraordinary opportunity to lead the calebites once again towards the Canaan land. I am humble, and I do not take this for granted.

This Alumni network is for all graduates from Caleb university who gets any degree from the university. Since the inauguration of the new Executive Council in October 2022, we have been busy, working hard to deliver value to you in diverse ways. From the data base collation, to general outreach to alumni members. We have also been at the fore front of negotiation with the university on various challenges like transcript, academic references and so on. The current executives have also looked to complete the existing basketball court project.

There are three important thoughts with the current graduates;

Firstly, I would ask that we please overlook, forgive and forget any grudge you have towards your colleagues, the alumni or the university. We understand and we have felt what you are feeling. we ask for inclusiveness and your co-operation as the alumni network sole aim is to create a network and a supportive community for ourselves. To achieve this, we need all hands-on deck. The more hands we have on deck. the more we are able to achieve as a group. Kindly join your set group chats or visit our website https://calebunialumni.com/

Secondly, as we all know the JAPA syndrome is catching everyone and we are all looking for better opportunities abroad. In the light of this, I beseech you not forget home and your alma mater. At this age you will experience the real world. Life gets more difficult as you get older. This is when you step into your fears and get them under control. Life is too boring without accepting challenges. The challenges are really fun. So don’t worry about what will happen tomorrow or after a year. Stop worrying about your life and work hard in the present. Focus on living the present fully. Remember to be good ambassadors of your family and the society you hail from.

Lastly to the fresh graduates, do not forget God. Find ways to serve him as it is one of the best investments you can do during your lifetime. (Ecclesiastes 12:1) Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, “I find no pleasure in them” wherever you are and whatever situation you find yourself reach out and hold on to your creator.

I would like to thank the University management who has supported the growth and establishing of the association. It has been a challenging but yet fruitful journey. People have given their time, efforts, financial resources, ideas, skills, and more for the network. The alumni network is still very young and there is no way we can achieve our aims if we do not have all hands-on deck.

The network can only become what we make it. There are ways to serve in the network and it is time for you to leave the bench and get on the pitch to join the moving train.

I would like to address a few misconceptions about the association. The Alumni network is a body and we have a binding constitution. The University does not select officials for us. We are in total control of every aspect of the association. The network is for all students who graduated from the university regardless of the type of degree. The association is to help graduates network with one another, support one another in this challenging world.

I, therefore, use this medium to plead that we voluntarily let go of feelings and thoughts of resentment, bitterness, anger, vengeance, and retribution towards one another or the University. we should let peace reign as the benefits of forgiveness are enormous. We should become good ambassadors to the university and avoid spreading negative news about the university in remembrance that we carry the certificates. Negative information spreads easily and this has a way of affecting the way the society and the labour market perceive us.

Finally, “Each friend represents a world in us, a world possibly not born until they arrive, and it is only by this meeting that a new world is born.” — Anais Nin.

I would like to encourage every one of us to join the various platforms, connect with old friends, set groups, graduating sets groups, and with the various alumni worldwide. Do not connect and just be an observer, but connect to make and receive positive impacts. Remembering we are Calebites and we should be like Caleb who was courageous and persevered when the other spies became discouraged. He was invincible in driving out giants, completely devoted to God. He never lowered his standards and giants didn’t fear Caleb nor the dastards who were ready to stone. The economy and life are like giants and like the Israelites, we shall prevail.

We pray for grace, favor, and protection for each one of us to excel and prevail in all aspects of our lives and our chosen fields. We all know I am a man of few words, so I would like to end this very short speech by saying God bless you, God bless Caleb Alumni, God bless Caleb University, God bless Nigeria.

Yours in service.

Odefadehan, Tayo Christian
President.
Caleb University Alumni Network.