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Campus Life

AT BRITISH CANADIAN UNIVERSITY

Everything on campus is interconnected and linked to the overall vitalistic beliefs of the people who live, study, teach and work here.

Located in historic Obudu, a suburb of Cross Rivers, the Life University campus offers the benefits of a big city along with the benefits of a serene outdoor environment. Whether you’re looking for the energy of an engaged campus community or the ability to escape in nature on our wooded campus, LIFE has the perfect mix of both. All of our campus activities and resources are centered around a health and wellness lifestyle and are based on each student’s individual goals, investment and focus.

The LIFE community is a unique, close-knit family that inspires each other to explore new opportunities, challenge the system and discover untapped potential within.

Student Affairs

This department provides direction, guidance and encouragement on extra-curricular activities and services, including all aspects of life in halls of residence.

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STUDENT ADVISING CENTER

Financial Aid Office · Office of Academic Affairs · Peer Assessment Office (PAO) · Office of Student Affairs · Office of Student Services and much more...

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Resources

Writing Center · Tutoring · Career Services · Financial Aid · Advisors · Library · Recreational Services · Dining Services · Child Care Services · Health Services · Information Technology

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HEALTH AND SAFETY

Financial Aid Office · Office of Academic Affairs · Peer Assessment Office (PAO) · Office of Student Affairs · Office of Student Services and much more...

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The British Canadian University acknowledges that much of our work takes place on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Nigerian people. Our main campus is situated in Cross Rivers. Our active work toward reconciliation takes place across our campuses through research, learning, teaching, and community building, and is centralized within our Office of Indigenous Relations.

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