At the forthcoming 9th convocation ceremony of Bowen University, 1,021 students would be graduating. Out of which 49 made first class, 323 – second class upper and 418 second class lower.
The Vice Chancellor of Bowen University, Iwo, in Osun State, Prof. Matthews Ojo, has said 49 students of the university made first class degrees among 1,021 students who would graduate on Saturday.
The vice chancellor said this in Iwo on Monday at a press conference to announce programmes to mark the ninth convocation of the university.
Ojo said the university had continued to expand the frontiers of knowledge since its inception and would not relent in its efforts to produce graduate who would compete favorably well with their counterparts from other parts of the works.
He said, “The degree classification of the 1,021 graduates of November 1st, 2014 is as follows: first class- 49; second class upper- 323; second class lower-418.”
He stated that the university had been growing in population and academic status, saying the private university which took off with 506 pioneering students now had a student population of 4,700.
Ojo also said the university required assistance from well wishers for it to continue to provide quality education for its students.
He called on members of the Baptist family to come to the aid to the institution to be able to realise its ambition of being one of the leading universities in the world.