To provide quality and needs-driven teacher education that is capable of making the student to participate fully in national development, in line with world standards.
To become one of the foremost colleges of education in Nigeria, through productivity, innovativeness, and operational excellence in teacher education and research, in line with international best practices.
Brief History of the College
The decision to establish an Advanced Teachings’ College (ATC), as it was called at Katsina-Ala was taken by the government of the defunct Benue-Plateau state headed by the Late Mr .J.D Gomwalk.
Though financial provision was made for this in the 1975/76 estimates, and in the five-year development plan, no practical steps were taken to implement this decision. In January, 1976, Mr. D. O Idah was appointed principal with instructions to commence whatever arrangements necessary to get the college started by September, 1976, on a temporary site either in Makurdi, Jos or Otukpo. Read More