Frequently Asked Questions

Certainly not! We provide equal opportunities for suitably qualified Catholics and non-Catholics to take up academic and non academic career positions in the college.

The college has a student affairs unit and guidance/counseling department with experts in child psychology and human development. Their contribution in hostel allocation, career talks, advisory services and more importantly preempting the thought pattern of the students makes the challenge of peer pressure and adolescent overtures a non-consequential issue.

The college is a fully-boarded institution with no provision for day-students.

Our admission policy as an institution emphasizes holistic training. To achieve this, the college only admits qualified candidates who can adjust well to our programs of studies without overstretching the available facilities.

The college is barely four years old.

The admission procedure involves

Purchase of entrance examination forms from late February to April of every year.
Completing the forms with requisite materials.
Participation in an entrance examination
Selection process based on merit
Publishing of successful candidates on our website and the college information board.
Acceptance and indication of registration by candidates/parents.
Registration of candidates

Yes there are staff quarters that provide accommodation to a number of staff members. In the nearest future, all staff members will be quartered in the college compound.

St. Augustine's college, new karu, nasarawa state is located approximately 70 30' - 80nc; about 8km from the federal capital territory abuja. The college sits on a slightly elevated serene - landscape overseeing karu local government council of nasarawa state. It takes about twenty minutes to drive to the school from the nyanya gwandara first gate junction which is 3km off the abuja - keffi - express way.

Certainly not! This is because the college organizes a moderated birthday celebration on monthly bases for all categories of staff and students whose birthdays fall on the respective months of the year. This is done to prevent distractions. Part of the birthday ceremony is the Eucharistic celebration where prayers are offered for the celebrants. However, if family members feel obliged to celebrate with their wards in a special way, they have to wait until the child is home for the holidays