This consists of the Provostís Office and the Deputy Provostís Office. The Provost is the Chief Executive of the College and is responsible to the Governing Council for the day to day administration of the College: the maintenance of discipline among the staff and students of the College (including the suspension of any student from class and recommendation to the Council with respect to the expulsion of any student from the College) and the expenditure for the maintenance of the College. The Deputy Provost assists the Provost and deputises for him in his absence.

The Registry is headed by the Registrar who is responsible to the Provost for the day to day administration of the College and the implementation of the decisions made by the Council or Academic Board. In order to effectively discharge the above function and other administrative matters regarding appointments, admissions and graduations, the registry is divided into three (3) divisions as follows:
  1. Academic Division
    This division is responsible for admission of students, registrations, keeping of academic records, graduations and certification, conduct of internal and external examinations.
  2. Student Affairs Division
    This division is responsible for the welfare of students, their social and recreational activities. The organization of general sports, orientation of fresh students, student hostel and supervision of clubs and societies are all the responsibilities of this division.
  3. Establishment Division
    This division is responsible for staff appointments, promotion and upgrading, in-service training, retirement, pensions and other benefits. The activities of the division are aimed at attracting and retaining staff.
The Bursary is headed by the Bursar, who is the Chief Financial Officer of the College and is responsible to the Provost for the administration of the financial affairs of the College.

The Works Department is headed by the Director of Works, who is responsible to the Provost for the Maintenance of the College buildings, minor works, security, transport and supervision of College Projects.

Academic programmes of the College are planned by the Academic Board based on the minimum standard for NCE teachers and criteria for accelerations of all Colleges of Education in Nigeria as laid down by the National Commission for Colleges of Education (NCCE).
The academic programmes are organized in schools, each headed by a Dean. The school is composed of a number of departments, each headed by a head of department. The College academic structure therefore is as follows:

    School of Arts and Social Sciences
  1. Department of Christian Religious Studies.
  2. Department of Geography
  3. Department of Islamic Studies
  4. Department of Social Studies
  5. Department of History
  6. Department of Economics
    School of Education
  1. Department of Curriculum and Instruction
  2. Department of Philosophical Foundations
  3. Department of Psychology
  4. Department of General Education Studies
  5. Department of Primary Education Studies
    School of Languages
  1. Department of Arabic
  2. Department of Arabic Medium
  3. Department of English
  4. Department of French
  5. Department of Hausa
  6. Department of Kanuri
    School of Preliminary and Remedial Studies
  1. Department of Pre-NCE
  2. Department of Remedial Studies
    School of Sciences
  1. Department of Biology
  2. Department of Chemistry
  3. Department of Computer Science
  4. Department of Integrated Science
  5. Department of Mathematics
  6. Department of Physics
  7. Department of Physical and Health Education
    School of Vocational Education
  1. Department of Agric Science (Double Major)
  2. Department of Business Education (Double Major)
  3. Department of Fine and Applied Arts (Double Major)
  4. Department of Home Economics

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