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LASU Matriculation – School Admits 4,714 Students for 2015/2016 Session

About 4,714 students were admitted into
the Lagos State University (LASU) during the
2015/2016 Matriculation Ceremony of the
institution held on Tuesday, March 22, 2016,
at the University Main Auditorium.
Speaking at the event, the Vice Chancellor,
Prof. Lanre Fagbohun stated with pride that
the
University has produced great and exceptional
minds, who have contributed immensely to
the
development of the Country and elsewhere.
Hereminded the matriculating students of the
oath of allegiance to the University which
they took,
saying they must contribute positively to the
development and success of the University.
The Vice Chancellor informed the audience in
the capacity filled auditorium that the
2015/2016
admission exercise was transparent and
largely
merit driven. Fagbohun reeled out the
expectations of the Management from the
students which include dedication to
academic work, strict adherence to
regulations, procedures to studies, amongst
others.
He admonished them to shun all negative
vices of cultism, prostitution, indecent
dressing,
involvement in drugs and other criminal
activities.
He averred that such acts could lead to
suspension or premature termination of
studentship.
The VC congratulated the Parents and Family
members of the new students. He thanked
them for
supporting their wards to this level and
pleaded they should not relent on their oars
in constantly
counselling the young men and women.

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