The Academic Affairs Office

The Office of Academic Affairs, led by the Vice President (Academic Affairs) is responsible for the leadership and management of academic programs and a number of related academic support services through the following offices:

  • Assistant Registrar Academic Affairs
  • Dean of Schools
  • Head Librarian
  • Coordinator of Pre-University Program

The primary role of the Office of Academic Affairs is to analyze major trends in the society that have an impact on higher education nationally and regionally. The Office continues to invest in initiatives to strengthen the academic quality of the University.


  • Emphasize the importance of a Christ-centered education embedded in Total Personality Development for a holistic education.
  • Improve resources and facilities to provide a comfortable and efficient learning environment.
  • Recruit competent faculties to enhance teaching capacity.
  • Improve the curriculum structure to reflect constant and current academic development.
  • Enrich international exchange and expand faculty and student experiences to advance teaching quality and attain the status of a world-class University.
  • Provide faculty training to improve teaching and learning

All Nations University Moral Code

ANUC’s Moral Code has been a fundamental block in fostering an atmosphere of trust and respect among students and faculty since it has been implemented in 2014. It articulates University expectations of students and faculty in establishing and maintaining the highest standards of honesty and integrity in academic work. In part, the ANUC Moral Code states that students will not give or receive aid in examinations;
students will not give or receive unpermitted aid in class work, in the preparation of reports, or in any other work that is to be used by the instructor as the basis of grading; and students will do their share and take an active part in seeing to it that others as well as themselves will uphold the spirit and letter of the Moral Code.

Academic Support: All you need to succeed

At ANUC, we support you throughout. You get to take advantage of a wide range resources for success, including the Student Success Group, Academic Tutoring, Peer Leadership and the Counseling Center. To support that we have secondary services such as Time Management Counseling, English-as-Second-Language (ESL), Academic and Christian Counseling. Students who use these support services consistently and highly recommend them.
Our graduates excel.
ANUC’s innovative Center for Career Planning and Development will work closely with you to prepare you for life after graduation, explore career and internship options, network with accomplished alumni and act to pursue your dreams.

Academic Writing

At the Writing Center, professional writing instructors help students in one-on-one sessions and small-group workshops. Students may consult the writing staff about any aspect of the writing process: getting started, developing and organizing ideas, refining the thesis and argument, writing with more clarity, energy and confidence, managing time, approaching long projects, writing research papers and dealing with writing anxiety. Students can make appointments at the Academic Affairs Office.

Writing English-as-a-Second-Language (ESL) is a program that provides international students with English and ESL support. ESL instructors work with students in private or small group sessions to review written work, review grammar and syntax, and practice pronunciation.

Academic Tutoring Services

The Academic Support Center provides walk-in tutorial services. Tutors work with students who want to improve their conceptual understanding in math, science and economics. The Center also helps students fortify study habits and improve problem-solving skills.

Peer Tutoring is available to any student enrolled in a course at ANUC free of charge. Students who are concerned about their academic performance are advised to discuss their concerns with the professor in the course. Therefore, students interested in working with peer tutors must first receive the approval of their professors. A member of the staff is available for short-term counseling sessions to help students address problems that impede academic progress, e.g., procrastination, time mismanagement, competing priorities (academic and social) and related issues.


Vice-President Academic Affairs