The Lagos State University (LASU), has announced that it will refund 50 percent of school fees, to students with Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 4.50, in every session. The school management made the announcement on Monday, October 25.
The announcement was made by the Vice-chancellor of the institution, Professor Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello. He made the announcement during the 2020/2021 matriculation ceremony, which was held on Monday, October 25.
According to the Vice-chancellor, the purpose of the policy is to promote healthy competition among the students and to make the students consistently maintain high CGPA scores. He said that his management is committed to excellence, and also determined to emerge as the best university in West Africa.
He went further to say that the student’s welfare is on top of his priorities, and he will ensure that the learning environment remains conducive, for students.
Speaking to the matriculating students, he said that the distance between matriculation and convocation is wide, and yet very close. He advised them to make sure that the journey ends successfully. He urged them to be regular in attendance to lectures.
Finally, he said that the school has zero tolerance for cultism, examination malpractices, corruption and hooliganism. He maintained that those found guilty of any of the above crimes, will be dealt with, in line with the school’s disciplinary measures.
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