- Candidates will be required to register for courses within and outside the department as recommended by the College and approved by the state.
- The progressive assessment shall be made on all subjects taught
- Promotion to the next to be based on
- Obtaining at least 45% in progressive assessment (P. A) to qualify to sit for examinations
- Obtaining a minimum of 75% attendance in class
- Progressive Assessment and the semester examination will attract 30% and 70% of the total marks respectively.
- Examination in the specified courses shall be in the form of written, practical and oral examinations.
- At 100 level, students must pass all the courses offered before they could proceed to 200 level. No resist of any course is allowed
- The pass mark for each course of education at the 100 level and other non-college courses shall be 40% while all other college courses at 200 to 500 levels shall be 50%.
- Courses shall be prefixed as specified by the respective departments.
- In the pre-clinical years, any students with not more than two courses still outstanding in a semester shall re-sit the course or courses and pass before they are allowed to move to the next level.
- At any level, (from 200 level to 500 level) candidate who fails not more than two courses in a semester will repeat the class,
- A student at any level from 200 level to 500 level who fails not more than two courses in the examination of the repeat year may be allowed to re-sit the examination. If he fails the examinations of repeat year shall be required to withdraw from the programme.
- A candidate who fails outside courses in the pre-clinical year is required to pass them before crossing to the clinical years.
- In any nursing course, a candidate who fails the practical/clinical examination shall be required to repeat the clinical postings for a period of two weeks before the re-sit examination.
- The total number of units taken along with grades obtained in each course shall be recorded for the purpose of calculating the cumulative grade point average (CGPA)
- A candidate who fails more than two courses in the final examination of the repeat year shall be required to withdraw from the program.
- It is mandatory that students should pass the professional examination of the Nursing and Midwife Council of Nigeria and the West African Health examination Board before the completion of the degree programme, failure of which, the candidates may not be licensed by the professional bodies.
However, students can register through the department for any professional
Examinations aside from RN after their graduation.