Prof. Alewo Johnson-Akubo, the university’s Vice-Chancellor, said this on Friday in Lokoja in an interview with newsmen.
He described Salem University as a “God-inspired vision,” targets the transformation of the youths he called “change agents.”
According to him, graduates of the institution create positive global impact immediately after they pass out.
Johnson-Akubo said: “We have had 12 sets of graduation with all our programmes in the six colleges accredited by the National Universiies Commission (NUC) as the institution operates collegial system and not faculty system.
“The six colleges are College of Management and Social Sciences, College of Natural Sciences, College of Information and Communication Technology, College of Humanities, College of Education and College of Law, as well as the Postgraduate School.
“Interestingly, we have met the vision of the university in very concrete terms due to the testimonies we have heard about our graduates even at NYSC orientation camps and their places of primary assignments, standing out amongst others.”