ABSU Fee Adjustment Cancellation: What You Need to Know
Abia State University (ABSU) Cancels Fee Adjustment Following Governor's Directive.
- Abia State University has cancelled the proposed fee adjustment following the directive of the Executive Governor of Abia State. The university will continue to engage stakeholders to maintain quality education at an affordable cost. Fees will remain unchanged until further notice.
Updated on by Olusegun Fapohunda
Abia State University (ABSU) has recently announced the cancellation of the proposed fee adjustment, following a directive from the Executive Governor of Abia State, Okezie Ikpeazu, Ph.D. The university management has assured stakeholders that they will continue to engage in discussions to determine the best way forward. In this blog post, we provide details on the cancellation of the fee adjustment and the university’s commitment to providing quality education at an affordable cost.
Cancellation of Fee Adjustment
After the directive from Governor Okezie Ikpeazu, the university management decided to cancel the fees adjustment that was previously announced. This decision comes as a relief to many students and parents who were concerned about the potential financial burden of the proposed increase.
Continued Engagement with Stakeholders
ABSU’s management is committed to engaging with critical stakeholders, including the government, parents, and the public, to determine the best course of action regarding fees. The university aims to strike a balance between maintaining its quality of education and keeping the fees affordable for students.
Fees Remain Unchanged
As a result of the cancellation of the fee adjustment, the fees paid by students at Abia State University will remain the same until further notice. This provides a sense of stability for current and prospective students, allowing them to continue their education without additional financial stress.
Abia State University has officially cancelled the proposed fee adjustment, following the directive of the Executive Governor of Abia State. The university management will continue to engage with stakeholders to determine the best way forward and is committed to providing quality education at an affordable cost. Students and parents can rest assured that the fees will remain the same until otherwise stated.