Office of the Registrar

About Us

The Registrar’s Office has been in existence since the establishment of the College in 1958.


To achieve the set goals of the Registry efficiently and within the shortest time frame.


  • To be the efficient and effective wheel to drive the AOCOED organization along its goals and objectives.
  • To transform the Registry into an administrative set-up that is next to none
  • To put in place machinery for generating first class administrative personnel.

Scope and Responsibilities/Services Provided

The Registrar’s Office is responsible for opening, re-routing, recording, classifying, indexing and filing of all correspondence and other documents, so as to facilitate their identification and location, supplying files on demand. It also prepares, dispatches and records precedents. The Registry is also the administrative hub of the College, as all matters and issues ultimately pass through it to get to the proper action officer.

Divisions in the department

Governing Council, General Management, Academic Affairs, Pension, Labour & Industrial Relations, Training & Development and Personnel Affairs both (Senior and Junior).


Appropriate dissemination of information within the College and efficient record keeping.

Related Units

Bursary Unit
General Council
The Library

Members of Staff

1 Mr. Muhideen S. A. O. B.A ’91, PGD PA ’97, MPIA 06 Registrar
2. Mr. Idowu A. M. NCE ’84, BSC ’91, PGDE ’97, MBA ’99 Principal Assistant Registrar
3. Mrs. Makonjuola F. J. SSCE ’92, B.ED ’02 Principal Assistant Registrar
4. Mrs Gandonu O. R. TCE ’97, NCE ’00, B.ED 09 Chief Clerical Officer
5. Mr. Adedina A. A. SSCE ’94, OND ’99 Chief Clerical Officer
6. Mrs. Ashafa A. M. NCE 01, BED ’11 Chief Clerical Officer
7. Mr. Layode A. W. B.ED ’12 Chief Clerical Officer
8. Mrs. Awobiyi F. M. LL.B ’92, B.L ’93 Administrative/Legal Officer
Personnel Affairs (Senior)
Training and Staff Development Unit
Labour or Industrial Relations