OOU Has 96.4 Percent Accreditation Status - Pro Chancellor - THE DAILY CRUCIBLE



Friday, May 21, 2021

OOU Has 96.4 Percent Accreditation Status - Pro Chancellor

The Pro Chancellor and Chairman, Governing-Council of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago Iwoye, Mrs. Mosun Belo-Olusoga, has disclosed that the institution now has 96.4 percent accreditation status for its courses.

Olusoga, who said the National University Commission (NUC) granted full accreditation for seventy courses out of seventy-two presented before the Commission, added that OOU under the watch of the present Council has been able to increase the accreditation from the 76% it met when it came on board in 2017.

Belo-Olusoga gave this disclosure when she led members of the Council on a courtesy visit to Governor Dapo Abiodun, in his Oke Mosan Office, on Friday.

She said that the school has enforced discipline and also ensured strict adherence to work ethics, through the review of the Code of Conduct for staff and students.

The Pro-Chancellor also said that institution has put in place mechanisms that would continue to ensure the timely release of examination results of students, the prompt processing of transcripts and certificates.

She equally said that the Council has also approved the establishment of Students Welfare and Hostel Management Committee that would interface with the owners of hostels and students residing in the properties.

In his remarks, Governor Abiodun commended the Governing Council for bringing down the rate of cultism and all manners of indiscipline in the university, pointing out that the feat has resulted to high level of interest displayed by the number of students seeking admission.

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