Avifaunal diversity plays a very important role in determining the health of an ecosystem. The study was conducted over a period of 12 months from July 2018 to June 2019. The bird species were recorded using point counts and line transects method where ever possible for studying avian diversity. A total of 56 species belonging to 33 families and 12 orders were recorded during the study period. Least concern were recorded 100% A total of 8% species accounted for migratory and 4% species of near threatened were recorded. This study provides baseline data for monitoring the avifauna in the University campus and demonstrates the importance of University campus in bird conservation.