EKSU Matriculates 7,164 Students for 2017/2018 Session

EKSU Matriculates 7,164 Students for 2017/2018 Session

The Ekiti State University, EKSU Has Admitted/Matriculated Seven Thousand, One Hundred and Sixty-Four (7,164) Candidates out of  Thirteen (13,000) Applicants for the 2017/2018 Academic Session.

The Ekiti State University, EKSU has matriculated no fewer than Seven thousand, one hundred and sixty-four (7,164) candidates on 4th May, 2018.

The Matriculation Ceremony is an event that marks the formal admission of candidates into the University where they take the Oath of Admission, which grants them the full status of bona-fide students of the University, thereby giving them all rights and privileges appertaining to them.

Matriculants must have passed through a thorough screening process, before and after their admission into the University.

Thus, Matriculants are successful candidates who have satisfactorily met the necessary requirements to become bona-fide students of this great University.

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Samuel Oye Bandele while addressing the Fresh Students congratulated them on their admission offer into the University.

Read His Welcome Address Below:
I want to heartily congratulate our fresh students and their parents/guardians. I wish to inform our fresh students, that you are privileged to be here today.

You are privileged because for the 2017/2018 admission exercise of this University, a total of about Thirteen thousand (13,000) applicants indicated interest in Ekiti State University. Of this number, only Seven thousand, one hundred and sixty-four (7,164) candidates were offered provisional admission in the University.

This was done in strict compliance with the University quota as approved by the NUC. This calls for deep reflection on the part of our Matriculating students.

This year’s admission process was unique with the introduction and use of the Central Admissions Processing System (CAPS), and the new regulation by JAMB, which permitted institutions to admit only candidates who chose the institution as first choice.

This, according to JAMB, amongst other benefits, was to forestall the issue of a single candidate getting multiple offers of admission from different institutions, while depriving other eligible candidates the opportunity of getting admission.

The University remains committed to its vision/mission of producing graduates adequately equipped to handle contemporary socio-economic and environmental challenges through cutting edge research in Science, Technology and Humanities, driven by Information and Communication Technology.

We remain true to our core values of academic excellence and integrity, accountability, high standards of morals and ethical behaviour, and fairness in all relationship with students and staff.

Our goal is to be a world-class University, building men and women who would be great achievers in their chosen fields of interest and academic pursuits. To achieve this goal, our fresh students must avail themselves of the various programmes/events/activities provided by the University from time to time

He walked the fresh students through the various activities which all students must perform before being a bonafide student of the institution which ranges from Registration of Courses, Payment of Fees, Students Identification, Dress code e.t.c.

Students where also advised to shun cultism and concentrate on their academic which is there main aim of being admitted into the institution, Any student caught violating the University code of conduct will face the full wrath of the institution.
EKSU Matriculates 7,164 Students for 2017/2018 Session EKSU Matriculates 7,164 Students for 2017/2018 Session Reviewed by Lagos University Info on Friday, May 11, 2018 Rating: 5

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