The Lagos State University (LASU), Thursday announced that the highest number of first class will be released from the institute during its 23rd convocation.
Prof. Olanrewaju Fagbohun, Vice-Chancellor of the institution diclosed during a press briefing that the institution would have 57 first-class students, out of the 14,369 graduands during this convocation, making the highest since its 36 years of existence. The convocation is set to hold May 10 to May 16.
The Vice chancellor discussed the activities of the upcoming 23rd Convocation of the institution with the press, he said;
“Never in the history of LASU have we had it so good.
“Two graduands, Ridwan Ola-Gbadamosi of the Faculty of Engineering and Nneka Enumah of the Faculty of Science graduated with a Cumulative Grade Point Aggregate (CGPA) of 4.88 to emerge as the overall best graduating students,’’ he says.
University would graduate a total of 14,369 students during the convocation, as approved by its Senate, out of which 54 graduated at diploma level, 10, 252 would be graduating with First degrees (Full-time and Part-time). About 4,063 graduates would be produced for the Higher degrees and 17 PhD holders.
Fagbohun also disclosed that Prof. Yemi Osinbajo, Vice-President, Federal Republic of Nigeria, would deliver the Convocation Lecture, billed for May 16.
Congratulations to all the graduating students.