The Vice-Chancellor Mountain Top University, Professor Ayolabi Elijah, has urged students to be committed, dedicated and disciplined for them to achieve excellence in their academic pursuit.
Elijah who made this known during the seventh matriculation ceremony for the 2021/2022 academic session of the institution held at the Prayer City, Ogun State said any other way apart from hard work and prayer is counterfeit and will lead to agony.
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The vice-chancellor called on the matriculants to thirst after knowledge and think out of the box, adding that they should abide by all the rules and regulations of the institution as well as participate in all activities of the university.
He said, “We have zero tolerance for immorality and indiscipline. When we train these children, we are building a society and a future that we can all be proud of. We are all committed to the same purpose – to enthrone a culture of academic excellence and inculcate the right values in our graduates so that they will be good ambassadors of this university.”
Elijah said the institution takes it as a personal responsibility to ensure that its students conform to the principles and doctrines of good behaviour modelled after Christian values.