Following the recommendations of the Committee on Staff and Students’ Grievances, regarding the need for the University to grant amnesty to students affected by the “no payment of school charges, no examination'” policy of Senate in the 2015/2016 academic session, the Acting Vice Chancellor, Professor Stephen A. Okodudu, has on behalf of the University Senate granted amnesty to the different categories of students. They are as follows:
Those who obeyed Senate’s directive and repeated the 2015/2016 session in 2018/2019 session, but failed Courses that they had previously passed:
Those who did not obey Senate’s directive to repeat the 2015/2016 session in the 2018/2019 academic session and their results were released and certificates issued.
Those who did not obey Senate’s directive to repeat the 2015/2016 session and their results were withheld
Those who had issues of late payment of school charges after closure of portal as at 2018/2019 session.
Those who for one reason or the other failed to apply for Temporary Withdrawal from Studies and needed an extra year to graduate as at 2018/2019 session, and
In view of the closure of school owing to COVID-19 pandemic, Students who may wish to make submissions that are applicable to any of the categories (SNos. 1-5) above, could be considered for amnesty.
In the light of the above, the affected students are advised to contact their respective Heads of Department for guidance. In addition, students are her by informed that the payment portal has been re-opened for those who are to pay their charges.
Please the above are for your information and necessary action.