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The School of Arts and Social Sciences is one of the foundation Schools in the College. It was formerly known as the School of Arts until 1992/93 academic session, when the School of Languages was established as a separate school. Initially, the school of Arts and Social Sciences housed three departments. These are: Department of Geography, Department of History, and Department of Religious Studies. Although Social Studies was introduced during the 1992/1993 academic session but it operated as part of History Department. By 1993/1994 academic session, Social Studies Department started as a separate department. Also the Department of Economics which was established in 1992 existed as an integral part of Geography Department until 1997/98 session when it became a full fledged department. Again in 2011, the College started NCE programme in Music Education. With this, the School of Arts and Social Science now house six departments.

The School of Arts and Social Sciences has witnessed tremendous expansion in recent years. With the introduction of Social Studies and Economics Education in particular, students’ enrolment in the school has multiplied. This has also generated increase in human and physical resources. Catalogue of the Deans till date

1 Dr. V. O. Oshin Dean 1993 - 1994
2 Dr. V. E. A. Akorede Dean 1994 – 1998
3 Mr. C. O. Ayodele Acting Dean 1998 – 1999
4 Mr. C. O. Ayodele Dean 1999 – 2003
5 Mr.(now Dr.) J. O. Arowolo Dean 2003 – 2005
6 Mr. C. O. Ayodele Dean 2005 – 2006
7 Dr. S. I. Fabarebo Acting Dean Jan 2007 – July 2007
8 Dr. J. S. Babatolu Dean 2007 – 2011
9 Dr. D. A. Falade Acting Dean 2011 – 2012
10 Dr. A. Ikuejube Dean 2012 - 2016
11 Dr. D. A. Falade Dean 2016-Date

Professional and Academic Contributions
The School of Arts and Social Sciences has made series of professional and academic contributions. Since the inception of the School, it has trained thousands of competent professional teachers who have served and still serving in various capacities in the Nigeria educational institutions. The School trains teachers in Economics, Social Studies, History, Geography, Religious Studies and Music Education. In the area of academic contributions, the School of Arts and Social Sciences has regular academic publications which include Ondo Journal of Arts and Social Sciences; Review in Social Sciences, Conference proceedings and the annual book publication. The School publications attract contributors from all over the country.
The School of Arts and Social Sciences also holds annual national conference which brings together academics from all over the nation. A number of academic staff from the school serve as moderators and visiting lecturers to other tertiary institutions in Nigeria. Also, some academic staff are resource persons to local, national and international organizations.

Contributions of the School to the Local Community and the Nation
The School of Arts and Social Sciences has produced trained teachers who are working in Ondo Community, Ondo State and other parts of the country. Apart from professional teachers, the school has also produced other professionals that are working in other sectors in the country. Some who graduated from the school had gone for further studies which have enabled them to become bankers, parliamentarians, business men, civil servants and lawyers.
List Of Staff In The Dean’s Office
S/N Name Qualification Rank
1 Dr. D. A. Falade B. Ed, M. Ed, PhD Chief Lecturer and Dean
2 Mr. J.O. Abimbola B.A (Ed) History; M.Sc International Relations Chief Lecturer and Vice Dean
3 Mrs. J.F. Adisa NCE, Diploma in Computer Studies, B.Ed (Guidance and Counselling) Deputy Registrar
4 Mrs. E.M. Olowolagba. B. Sc. Ed, Business Education (Secretarial/Office Management), NABTEB, Diploma in Cumputer Chief Confidential Secretary
5 Mrs. Y.M. Esho NCE, B.A. Ed Administrative Officer
6 Mrs. Adepoju, C. A NABTEB Executive Officer
7 Miss. Y.K. Owoeye SSCE, NCE Senior Clerical Officer


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