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Fountain University matriculates 350 students

The joy of new students of Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun State knew no bounds on Tuesday as they held their matriculation ceremony with fanfare amidst…

The joy of new students of Fountain University, Osogbo, Osun State knew no bounds on Tuesday as they held their matriculation ceremony with fanfare amidst joy and excitement.

The new 350 students admitted into the university for the 2021/2022 session were elated as they congratulated one another after taking their matriculation oath. The matriculants said they were happy to embark on the academic journey in a strike-free university with a stable academic calendar with assurance to graduate on schedule.

The new students were admitted into the College of Law, College of Basic Medical and Health Sciences, College of Management and Applied Sciences (COMAS) and the College of Natural and Applied Sciences (CONAS).

The Vice Chancellor, Professor Amidu Olalekan Sanni, while welcoming the new entrants into the proverbial ivory tower, said the occasion was very unique and rejoiced with the undergraduates.

He said, “I welcome you to this great, faith-oriented, skill-activating University which is just getting into a new phase since its establishment in 2007.

“With effect from 2021 the entire curricula of our academic programmes here at Fountain University have been revised and upgraded to reflect the trend in the new world academic order where greater emphasis is placed on skill development, entrepreneurship, and IT versatility.”

He urged the new students to comply with the university’s rules and regulations.

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