College Of Environmental Sciences

Sustainable solutions, environmental excellence

As the Dean of Gregory University Uturu College of Environmental Sciences, I am honored to lead an institution with a visionary mission and a profound commitment to addressing the most pressing environmental challenges of our time. Our goal is clear: to become a globally acclaimed center of excellence for producing highly skilled professionals capable of providing well-researched and technologically advanced solutions to environmental issues, including those related to climate change, alternative energy systems, pollution control, and mitigation. Our dedicated faculty and staff, consisting of motivated industry experts, form the backbone of our college. Their expertise and passion are integral to the success of our students and our mission as a whole. At the heart of our college lies a deep-seated dedication to environmental preservation and sustainable practices. Through our programs in environmental science, architecture, quantity surveying, geology and mining, and sustainable development, we equip our graduates with the knowledge and skills needed to address critical environmental challenges and contribute to a greener and more sustainable future. Our graduates are not just professionals; they are agents of change, poised to lead the way in finding innovative solutions to the world’s most pressing environmental issues. As the world grapples with environmental crises, our college stands as a beacon of hope, producing the leaders and innovators who will shape a better, more sustainable future. I invite you to join us in this journey of discovery, learning, and transformation at Gregory University Uturu College of Environmental Sciences. Together, we can make a lasting impact on the environment, create sustainable solutions, and pave the way for a brighter, greener world.

Dr. Anselm Eneh

Dean, College of Environmental Sciences

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Geology & Mining
Quantity Surveying
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