The academic landscape is ever-evolving, and institutions worldwide are making strides to enhance their educational offerings. One such institution setting the benchmark is the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso (LAUTECH). This esteemed university recently made a noteworthy announcement that has the potential to reshape the academic journey for many of its students.
|🏫 University||Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso|
|📅 Resumption Date||Monday, October 23, 2023|
|📚 Campus||Iseyin Campus|
|🎓 Students||200-Level students in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Renewable Natural Resources|
|📄 Announcement By||Registrar Dr. Kayode Ogunleye|
|🧑🎓 Student Count||Slightly above one thousand|
|🕵️ Inspection||Led by Acting Vice-Chancellor Professor Razaq Olatunde Rom Kalilu|
|🤝 Accompanying||Members of Committee of Provosts, Deans, & student representatives|
Official Commencement at Iseyin Campus
The Management of LAUTECH has officially declared the commencement of academic activities at its Iseyin Campus. This significant move was communicated by the Registrar of the University, Dr. Kayode Ogunleye. Through an official release dated October 20, 2023, Dr. Ogunleye shed light on the resumption details for students.
Details of the Announcement
According to the release, students in the 200-Level belonging to the College of Agricultural Sciences and Renewable Natural Resources are directed to resume their lectures at the Iseyin Campus. The date set for this resumption is Monday, October 23, 2023.
It was further clarified that the affected students, whose number slightly exceeds one thousand, had been informed about this development in advance. This proactive approach ensures that students are well-prepared and can transition seamlessly.
Inspecting the Readiness of the Iseyin Campus
The move to the Iseyin Campus isn’t a sudden decision. There’s been meticulous planning behind it. Demonstrating the institution’s commitment to delivering a top-notch learning experience, the Acting Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Razaq Olatunde Rom Kalilu, undertook a significant step.
Just a day before the announcement, Professor Kalilu, along with other esteemed functionaries, including Council members, principal officers, members of the Senate, and more, visited the Iseyin Campus. Their primary objective was to inspect the level of readiness of the facilities available. Ensuring the campus is fully equipped and ready for students is of paramount importance to the institution.
Among those accompanying the Acting Vice-Chancellor were members of the Committee of Provosts and Deans and representatives of the student body.
With the official commencement of academic activities at the Iseyin Campus, LAUTECH not only expands its academic horizon but also promises its students a conducive environment for learning. As the academic year unfolds, it will be fascinating to see the new opportunities and experiences this move brings for the students of LAUTECH.