Our History 

Marjorie Bash College of Health Sciences and Technology is a Christian higher education institution that was established to provide innovative, community-focused education and research in the health sciences and related fields. 

It is affiliated with Marjorie Bash Foundation and the Churches of Christ. The college was named in honor of Mrs. Marjorie M. Bash (1928 – 2007) of Clinton Township, Michigan, United States of America. 

During her life, she had invested significantly in the education of young Nigerians at Obong Christian High School and Obong University.  The college does not discriminate based on religious, ethnic, or another basis.

Our Vision

To provide accessible, innovative, community-oriented, and technology-driven education, leading to fulfilling careers as lifelong learners.

Our Mission

To provide the community with accessible, innovative, technology-driven education that meets community needs, following Christian principles with emphasis on research and economic sustainability.

Our Core Values

In support of our mission and vision, Marjorie College of Health Sciences and Technology values:

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