The Office of Academic Services is devoted to making the students understand and realize their fullest potential while ensuring their smooth transition from a freshman to an academic.
Our state-of-the-art campus has two offices: Office of Academic Services and Office of Research and Quality Management, as well as three different academic faculties namely, Faculty of Computing, Faculty of Accounting and Faculty of Continuing Education, which will produce well-rounded graduates, products of a world-class curriculum and support services that will enable them to meet the job market with full confidence.
Assessment and Registry Department
The Assessment and Registry is a key department at Botho University. It is responsible for organizing, managing, and conducting all examinations, and attending assessment appeals at the institution. The department also grades papers in line with the Academic Honesty Policy. It is also entrusted with publishing results in a transparent and impartial manner while ensuring utmost confidentiality. It is the central repository for all student-related, personal, and academic information at Botho University. The department is responsible for monitoring all student attendance. It is also responsible for producing academic transcripts and certificates for the students, as well as resolving academic issues if any. Assessment & Registry also provides academic guidance and support services to students, allowing them to excel through effective and ethical academic writing.
IS (Information Technology) Department:
The IS Department is responsible for implementing an enterprise-wide system that connects all the departments and makes sure that all student data is centrally managed securely and with integrity.
Our IS systems comprise several software applications such as Talisma CRM, CampusVue, Microsoft Great Plains, Premier HR, Premier VIP and Blackboard to name a few, which are already implemented and widely used by various departments. The software applications are accessed centrally through portals or client applications. Students have their own portals to perform various tasks related to their day-to-day operations.
The mandate of the IS department is to ensure that all systems are available to the users at all times, train the staff to use the software in their respective areas effectively and efficiently, resolve the queries raised by the users and make sure that the systems are upgraded and scaled along with the university’s development and growth.