UNILORIN School News: Resumption of Academic Activities
Good day, esteemed UNILORIN community. This is to inform all our students, staff and members of the public that the University has resumed academic activities. The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Abdulganiyu Amoo, has announced that lectures will commence on Monday, January 8, 2018. All students are advised to go back to their homes and prepare for the coming semester. For more information and inquiries, please contact your respective faculties. Thank you for your attention.
UNILORIN Announces Resumption of Academic Activities
The University of Ilorin (UNILORIN) has announced the resumption of academic activities.
The university’s Director of Corporate Affairs, Mr. Kunle Akogun, made the announcement in a statement issued on Sunday, October 23. According to the statement, final-year and postgraduate students are expected to resume lectures on October 24, 2022, while other students will resume lectures on December 15, 2022.
It further added that students of the faculties of Agriculture and Veterinary Medicine, who were yet to complete their semester examinations before the commencement of the strike on February 14, 2022, will also resume on October 24 to conclude their examinations.
The statement also urged all students who are yet to pay their tuition fees for the current session to do so before the commencement of lectures. It warned that students who fail to pay their fees will not be allowed to write examinations.
UNILORIN Students React to the News
So the school has finally announced that academic activities will resume tomorrow. How do you feel?
Are you relieved? Excited? Nervous? All of the above? I know I am. It’s been a long and anxiety-filled few weeks, and I’m just happy to finally be getting back to normal.
I’m curious to know what you guys are thinking. Are you planning on going back to school tomorrow? Taking a little more time to get back into the swing of things? Let me know in the comments.
What This Means for UNILORIN Students
Well, it’s good news for UNILORIN students, who can finally get back to the business of learning. The University has released a statement announcing that academic activities will resume on the 20th of January, 2017.
So what does this mean for students? First and foremost, it means that lectures will resume. Students are also expected to return all course materials and textbooks to their appropriate faculty members.
All examinations which were postponed will now take place on the new dates which have been announced. And finally, students are reminded that they must observe the dress code as specified in the University’s regulations.
How UNILORIN Students Are Preparing for the New Semester
How are you preparing for the new semester? Have you gotten all your textbooks and materials? Are you ready for the workload?
Chances are, you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed right now. We know it’s been a long summer break, and the thought of returning to school is daunting. But don’t worry, we’re here to help.
UNILORIN has announced that academic activities will resume on Monday, January 8th. That’s just a few days away, so it’s time to get your head in the game and start preparing.
The good news is that we’ve got some great resources to help you get ready for the new semester. Our website has information about registration, course outlines, and more. And don’t forget to follow us on social media for updates and news.
We can’t wait to see you in class!
Tips for UNILORIN Students for a Successful Semester
It’s that time of the year again when a new semester is starting and we all have to hit the ground running. Here are a few tips to help you make the most of your time at UNILORIN and achieve great results:
- Get Organized: It’s important to have a plan and to stick to it. Make a schedule for yourself and try to stick to it as closely as possible. This will help you stay on track and avoid feeling overwhelmed.
- Take Notes: This is probably one of the most important things you can do to improve your academic performance. Make sure you take notes in class and review them regularly.
- Get Plenty of Rest: This one should be pretty obvious, but it’s still worth mentioning. Make sure you get plenty of sleep and take breaks when needed. You’ll be more productive if you’re well-rested.
- Stay Focused: It can be tough to focus in class, especially when there’s a lot of noise and distractions, but it’s crucial that you try your best to stay focused. It will pay off in the long run.
- Seek Help When Needed: Don’t be afraid to ask for help if you don’t understand something or if you’re struggling with a particular subject. There are plenty of resources available, both on-campus and online, so don’t hesitate to seek them out.
UNILORIN Students Share Their Thoughts on the Upcoming Semester
As the new semester inches closer, students are beginning to ask the inevitable question: What will the new semester hold?
There’s a lot of speculation and uncertainty among students, who are anxious to know when they’ll be returning to campus and what their classes will be like. Some students are even considering transferring to other schools because of the current situation.
Others are choosing to stay positive and hope for the best. Whatever their stance, it’s clear that the resumption of academic activities at UNILORIN is a hot topic among students.
As at the time of this report, the resumption of academic activities is slated for November 5, 2018. All students are therefore enjoined to take note and comply.
The University Management wishes to appreciate the patience and endurance of the entire University Community during this trying period. UNILORIN remains one of the most reputable citadels of learning in Africa and beyond and would not relent in its effort to maintain this enviable standard.
You will recall that on September 12, 2018, the Senate of the University of Ilorin, after an emergency meeting, announced the suspension of academic activities till November 5, 2018 following violence which led to the death of two students.
The Senate has since announced that academic activities would resume on November 5, 2018.
All students are enjoined to take note and comply.