Kwasu Journal of Humanities is a multidisciplinary peer-reviewed journal of the College of Humanities, Management and Social Sciences at Kwara State University. Published twice a year, the journal cuts across various disciplines of the Humanities, such as English, Arabic, Literature, History, Law, Performing Arts, Religions, and Yoruba.
Technoscience Journal for Community Development in Africa is a peer-reviewed, biannual journal jointly published by the Colleges of Agriculture and Veterinary Sciences, Engineering and Technology, Pure and Applied Sciences, and Information and Communication Technology at Kwara State University. The journal publishes original and scientific problem-oriented collaborative research in Science and Engineering aimed towards community development in any part of Africa.
The Savannah Review offers a forum for debates on issues of vital concern for Africa and the black world generally in the contemporary world. It provides intellectual ground for the elaboration of ideas having to do with the promotion of a new African consciousness and the construction of a new and more acceptable state of collective existence. The journal also provides a medium of sustained engagement with the discourse on Africa in the Western world.