AAUA Resumption Date & N20,000 Reparation Fee Payment. The management of Adekunle Ajasin University has announced the resumption date after a brief holiday which was preceded by a demonstration of students within the campus. Interested students of the institution have been necessitated to pay a reparation fee in order to deter the exhibition of such activities in the school. All students should see the resumption date and guidelines below.
Two months after the indefinite closure of the Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko (AAUA), following a violent protest by students, the institution management has announced the reopening of the school for the continuation of academic activities.
A statement issued by the university’s registrar, Mr. Olugbenga Arujulu, noted that the school will officially resume on January 31, 2022, while the disrupted first-semester examination for the 2020/2021 Academic Session will commence on Monday, 31st January 2022.
The statement further stated that all students must pay a reparation fee of N20,000 before resumption.
The statement reads in part;
“The Senate subsequently approved the following conditions for resumption of academic activities: All students must pay a reparation fee of Twenty thousand Naira (N20,000.00) only before resumption:
“The payment is either by cash paid directly or bank transfer, using banks’ applications. All outstanding school fees up to the 1st Semester 2020/2021 Academic Session must be paid by all students before resumption;
“All students must be duly registered up to 1st Semester 2020/2021 Academic Session; Students must swear to an oath of good behaviour before a Commissioner of Oath. Please, visit the University website for the template to be used;
“All students must submit letter of good conduct duly signed by their Parent/Guardian; and All students must show evidence for the above (i-v) before they could be admitted to the campus.
“Any student who is unable to pay his/her school fees should request for Leave of Absence (LOA). The Senate also approved the following procedure for commencement of the suspended 1st Semester examination for the 2020/2021 Academic Session:
“First and Second week (30th January -12th February, 2022): 100 and 200 Level students examinations, beginning with Departmental and Faculty courses; after which the University wide courses (GST and ENT) would follow.
“Third and Fourth week (13th – 26th February, 2022): 300, 400, and 500 Level students examinations. Students in higher levels with carryover in lower-level courses would be allowed to write the examinations for the lower-level courses after fulfilling the aforementioned conditions. Furthermore, the Senate approved that: clearance would be done online after fulfilling the above conditions. Only students writing examinations shall be allowed into the Campus.
“Students must carry their Clearance forms and other means of identification everywhere on Campus. All Undergraduate students are requested to comply with the conditions spelled out above and be properly guided.”
Recall that the university management had in November 2021 ordered the indefinite closure of the institution after students protested against its policy of “no tuition payment, no examination.”
🤑 Start making money from home today!
👉 Get correct FREE TIPS and Guides on how to make money from home today. Click here to start
👍Showcase your business here!
With over 1M unique users per month across all channels, we have a large audience for you to showcase your products and services. Simply get in touch via 👉 marketing@Infoguidenigeria.com.
🤑 Make Money now!
👉 Make money writing for us. Apply for Freelance writing jobs in Nigeria.
👉 Make Money as InfoGuideNigeria Advertising Agents, read more here
This post can be helpful to somebody else, please share it on Facebook, Whatsapp, Telegram and Twitter. There are buttons below for this (easy to use too)!
Copyright Warning!Contents on this website may not be republished, reproduced, redistributed either in whole or in part without due permission or acknowledgment.
Proper acknowledgment includes, but not limited to (a) LINK BACK TO THE ARTICLE in the case of re-publication on online media, (b) Proper referencing in the case of usage in research, magazine, brochure, or academic purposes,.
All contents are protected by the Digital Millennium Copyright Act 1996 (DMCA).
We publish all contents with good intentions. If you own this content & believe your copyright was violated or infringed, please contact us at [firstname.lastname@example.org] to file a complaint and we will take necessary actions immediately.