2011/2012 CONVOCATION: LASU CELEBRATES 41 FIRST CLASS GRADUATES

The Lagos State University(LASU), Ojo, would at the 2012 convocation ceremony, unveil her 41 first class graduates out of 22,035 students who has successfully completed their academic programme at the Institution.

The university’s vice-chancellor, Prof. Oladapo Obafunwa who disclosed this to newsmen at the commencement of the celebration on Wednesday disclosed that this year’s convocation would feature the full and part-time graduates of 3 successive academic sessions, which are;
• The 2008/2009 academic session,
• The 2009/2010 academic session and
• The 2010/2011 academic session
In one Joint convocation celebration.

Professor Oladapo made mention that a total of 41 students will be awarded First Class honours with 2,832 getting the Second Class (upper division) in the three sessions mentioned.

Also, 14,922, are honored with a second class (lower division), while 4,100 and 140 others will be awarded with a Third Class and Pass qualifications respectively.

There will also be an award of diploma and first degree certificates while the postgraduate category will receive theirs on Thursday, the 14th of June.

The ceremony was a success with a number of Notable dignitaries present to grace the occassion.

The List of Graduates can be viewed here

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Comments

  1. Phil says

    Thank God for their lives, If corruption is fought against, especially in AAU i believe almost every student would graduate with nothing less than second class upper.

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