College of Food Science and Human Ecology was created in 2009 from the splitting of the former College of Agricultural Management, Rural Development and Consumer Studies (COLAMRUCS) into two separate Colleges; the other sister College being College of Agricultural Management and Rural Development. The College adopted its acronym “COLFHEC” like its other counterparts in the University.
The College of Food Science and Human Ecology comprises of four Academic Departments, namely:
- Department of Food Science and Technology
- Department of Home Science and Management
- Department of Hospitality and Tourism
- Department of Nutrition and Dietetics
To be the foremost College recognized for human resource development in the areas of Food Science and Human Ecology for the advancement of good quality of life and sustainable development.
To promote excellence in knowledge generation and transfer in the areas of Food
Science and Human Ecology through teaching, strategic research and community engagement.