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Important Notice To All Ajayi Crowther University Students-2018

The management of Ajayi Crowther University, ACU has released an important notice to all students. The notice was released concerning student’s University Screening for the new semester. All students of the university are hereby informed.

Students are to take note of these specific information and ensure to do the necessary things expected of them so as to avoid the consequences. See full details below.

ACU important notice



The official resumption date for the second semester, 2017/2018 session, was February 17 and 18, 2018. Students who returned to the campus after February 18, 2018 are, therefore, late-comers.

The University Screening Committee will only sit to check and clear students for resumption at 1:00pm and 6:00pm on Wednesday 21st, Thursday 22nd, Friday 23rd and Saturday 24th February, 2018. Returning students will not be allowed into the campus outside the above stated period.

Any student who reports after Saturday 24th February, 2018 will NOT be allowed into the campus and such student will be deemed to have voluntarily forfeited the second semester.

Students are reminded that the University is governed by a set of rules and regulations which must be complied with by all. Students cannot choose when to return to campus in a disciplined University society.

Parents are strongly advised not to condone this act of indiscipline by their children/wards, but to give the University Management maximum cooperation in enforcing compliance with the University rules and regulations.


The University wishes to provide all students with the following pieces of information;

The Management of the University wishes all students of Ajayi Crowther University the very best in the ongoing Semester Examinations and urges all to put in their best in order to come out in flying colours.

Students are allowed to travel home for the mid-semester break after completing their examinations.

Students who wish to remain on campus during the mid-semester break will be allowed to do so on condition that they will be of good behavior and conduct themselves in decent and morally upright manner, and in strict compliance with the rules and regulations of the University. Such students must also present written consents of their parents to remain on campus during the break.

Newly admitted students who constitute stream B of the University’s admissions this year will continue with their lectures during the ongoing examinations until the commencement of their own examinations on Monday, February 19, 2018. They will also be granted a few days break after the examinations if they so wish.

The Second Semester will commence on February 12, 2018 while lectures will resume on February 13, 2018.

Students are advised to pay as they resume any balances that may be outstanding in respect of the first and /or second instalment of their school fees.

The University Management has approved that the Jasper Akinola Hostel be re-opened and the students previously there be relocated with effect from the second semester 2017/2018 session.

Management prays God to grant all students journey mercies to their various homes and on their return to campus.

Best wishes from NGScholars!

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