ABSTRACT Despite the fast growing trend and popularity of social networking sites across the globe, FUD still uses the traditional method of communication between the lecturers and students and the university community in general, and this method has a lot limitations and shortcomings, and at the same time not effective. It is therefore, in the light of the above, this research titled “Unified Interactive Network System” is aimed at designing and developing a social network site for FUD lecturers and students, that will serve as a platform where information and messages can be posted, academic materials/archives be uploaded and downloaded accordingly; simply because academic issues and problems are now being extensively discussed online. Unified Interactive Network System is a user friendly system, that allow users to communicate with one another simultaneously. This research focus attention to an academic Social Network Site which when implemented will immensely going to help both lecturers and students in simplifying the way users communicate between themselves and at the same boost students’ knowledge by participating actively in the an academic question and answer forum, where student can post a question, and if answered he/she will receive a short message (SMS) alerting him/her that his/her question has been answered, he/she can therefore log-in and view the details. Moreover, the site contains numerous academic/educational resources and archives such as: lecture notes, presentations, seminars, past assignments, tests and examinations question papers of all the previous sessions, etc. just to mentioned but a few. All these are available in the digital archives section of the website. This system is designed in such a way that it can be accessed online through an active internet connectivity. Hence, the interface is developed using HTML, PHP, CSS, Bootstrap framework, some technical tools, and the Structured Query Language (MySQL). The system has reserved a high storage space for both storing information in the digital archive section of the site, thereby enhancing effective and efficient access of these voluminous resources among the teeming users.