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Ajayi Crowther University Matriculates 721 Students

The management of Ajayi Crowther University has welcomed newly admitted students into the institution for the 2021/2022 academic session.


The matriculation ceremony, which was held on Friday, the 27th of  May 2022, welcomed 721 students into the institution to undertake academic programmes in 39 accredited courses and two diploma courses.


The Vice-Chancellor of the University, Professor Timothy Adebayo, said in his address to the new intakes: “The University’s primary mission and core value is to produce graduates with sound minds and moral principles anchored on Christian tenets. The University professes in words and action, the imperative of intersection between the intellectual and spiritual, moral aspects of an individual.”


“Ajayi Crowther University frowns severely at any form of misconduct. There are stern measures taken against students who engage in the slightest form of examination malpractice. Also, sexual immorality and/or any other shades of deviant behaviours are not tolerated in ACU. Students are to dress decently always. The culture promoted here is that of excellence in mind and spirit.”


“I must very, appreciably, acknowledge the sacrifices of your dear parents and guardians who took this all-important decision to offer you the best education that will expose you to global academic climates.”


“Ajayi Crowther University continues to promote practical knowledge that facilitates the student’s self-reliance and prepares them as problem solvers. Students are exposed to both entrepreneurial education and vocational training in 17 different skills including, electrical works and wiring, auto mechanical work, metal works and welding, woodwork and carpentry, masonry and block making, creative arts, music recording and sound engineering, computer hardware repair, tailoring, fashion design, solar energy design and installation, home appliances repair, poultry farming, cosmetology, catering and confectionery, paint production and household consumable production,” the VC said.


In his address, Dr Victor Makanjuola, a Consultant Psychiatrist at University College Hospital, Ibadan, delivered the matriculation lecture, describing what could destroy the student’s academics as ‘banana peels.’


“Cultism, alcoholism, drug abuse, cyberbullying, rape, sexual harassment, gaming addiction, pool betting and many others are banana peels.”


Commit each day of your stay on campus to God by praying for wisdom and guidance from heaven,” he concluded.

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