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Hostel Now Mandatory For EKSU Fresh, Final Year Students

Hostel accommodation will soon become compulsory for fresh (100 level) and final year students of the Ekiti State University. This is according to a statement credited to the Vice-Chancellor of the University, Prof. Samuel Oye Bandele. This will start from the 2016/2017 academic session.

All EKSU students going into their final year and aspiring students are hereby notified.  The Vice Chancellor made it known that that all first and final year students will, compulsorily, live on campus when hostels under construction are completed. He said this could be as from next session. He said this during a press briefing on campus.

EKSU 100 and Final Year Students To Compulsory Live In The Hostels From Next Session – 2016/2017

Hostel Mandatory For EKSU

Prof. Bandele also stated that he knew the problems the University was battling with because of his experience as an insider and a staff before becoming the Vice-Chancellor. He stressed that the idea was in line with the vision to transform the University to a prestigious citadel of learning.

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