In line with the aim and vision of the National Executive Council of Nigeria Association of Computing Students - NACOS National on Capacity Building Development Scheme to train Computing Students on modern-day technologies with a globally recognized and self-employable skillset, NACOS Jabu Chapter holds intensive training on Graphics Design focusing on CorelDRAW Graphics Suite and Adobe Photoshop for 1 month.
The National Executive Council commends the Chapter President, Comr. Alabi Abigail for such a goal-oriented and skill acquisition project which will further empower Chapter members with prominent and adequate skills to excel as Computing Students. The NEC encourages other chapters across different States and Zones to emulate such programs that will further empower their members.
Joseph Ayo Babalola University (JABU) is a private Nigerian university located in Ipo Arakeji and Ikeji Arakeji, two neighboring communities in Osun State, Nigeria, established by the Christ Apostolic Church (CAC). The university is named after the first spiritual leader of the Christ Apostolic Church, Joseph Ayo Babalola (1904–1959). Joseph Ayo Babalola University is a fully residential institution. The university offers courses in the following colleges; Agricultural and Natural Sciences, Environmental Sciences, Humanities, Law, Management Sciences, and Social Sciences. Due to its Christian foundations, males and female in the school are enjoined to adopt a highly modest mode of dressing while on campus.
It is the first entrepreneurial university in Nigeria. It was established in 2004.