All Nations has a dynamic Student Affairs Office under the able leadership of the VP Students Affairs, Rt. Rev. Dr. E. G. L. Twum-Baah. This vital office coordinates the following aspects of students' life and activities.
National Service Placement: guides students through the whole process and support them with their National Service placement.
Student Conduct: resolves allegations of misconduct under the Code of Student Conduct and the Code of Academic Integrity in a manner consistent with the core values of fairness, honesty and integrity.
Student Leadership: fosters leadership development for all students who desire to engage in lifelong learning. The office is responsible for orientating new student leaders to foster good working relationship between the students and the university administration in order to maintain sustainable peace environment.
is responsible for routine and emergency maintenance and housekeeping services in the hostels
provides a variety of programs and services to meet the career development and employment needs of our students.
gives parents and family members an opportunity to play an active, supporting role in the education of their wards; to provide a forum for fellowship and networking with other families; and to further the educational goals of All Nations University by improving communication between parents and the university community.
Student Media: provides administrative coordination and support of publishing operations. The program operates to benefit the University community through publication of quality student media and to provide journalistic, photographic, graphic design, advertising, marketing, communications, and co-curricular leadership experience for the development of interested students.
University Health Centre: all registered students living on or off campus are eligible to use the University Health Centre.
Cultural Communities: : is responsible for planning and implementing activities and marketing efforts that advance the University's cultural and public service agendas and position ANUC to be a valuable community resource.