Prof. Nnamdi Sunny Okoroma

Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Administrative), 2nd Floor, Senator Francis Ellah Administrative Building, RSU

Prof. Nnamdi Sunny Okoroma

Professor, Department of Educational Management, Faculty of Education & Deputy Vice-Chancellor, RSU


  • Male from Omoku Town, Ogba/Egbema/Ndoni Local Government Area, Rivers State.
  • He has held several offices such as: Chairman of the Senior Academic Staff Union of Rivers State College of Education, Port Harcourt; Head of Department, Educational Foundations, Rivers State College of Education; President of the Old Boys’ Association of Sancta Maria High School; Chairman, Bord of Governors of Sancta Maria High School, Omoku; Proprietor, Levinda College, Port Harcourt; Member, Rivers State Eminent Persons Forum; Member, South-South People’s Conference; Faculty of Technical and Science Education Representative in Senate; Coordinator, Doctoral Programmes, RSUST; Acting Director, Institute of Education, RSUST; Director, Academic Planning.
  • He is married with six children (34 Years, 20 Year, 17 Years, 13 Years, 5 Years, and 3 Years).


  • Ph.D. In Educational Management and Planning, University of Port Harcourt, Nigeria. 1988
  • M.Sc. In Student Personnel Administration, State University of New York, Buffalo, U.S.A. 1982
  • B.Sc. In Industrial Technology, State University of New York, Buffalo, U.S.A. 1981
  • Associate Degree in Material Science Technology, Erie Community College, Buffalo, U.S.A. 1980


  • The Use and Abuse of Power 1999
  • Perspectives of Educational Management 2000
  • OKOROMA, N. S. (1999) “Universal Basic Education (U.B.E.) in Nigeria Coping with Funding and Management Problems” Institute Journals for Educational Research and Development (IJERD) 1. (1) 1-7.
  • OKOROMA, N. S. (1999) “University Education in Nigeria: The Funding Problems and Solutions” Institute Journal for Education Research and Development (IJRD). 1,(2) 16-25.
  • OKOROMA, N. S. (2001) University Autonomy: A Case Study of Nigerian Tertiary Institutions. African Journals of Agricultural Teacher Education X (1/2): 101-114