University of Ilorin, UNILORIN Students’ Union Press Release on school fees reduction for the 2018/2019 academic session. You would recall that the management of UNILORIN had initially released a statement on the school fees matter.
The Press Release from UNILORIN Students Union goes thus:
The Management of the University of Ilorin has today reduced the University charges from the initial 48.4% to 35%, as students are now expected to pay *N21,195 with Bandwidth and utility charges already been added.*
The University Management had on Saturday 3rd of November come up with University charges of N23,300 a development which immediately led to students’ uproars on social media platforms, collectively kicking against the unappeasable change.
Series of official meetings were held yesterday between the students’ representatives and the school management over possible reduction of the University charges, where the latter categorically made it known that the sudden increment could be traced to need of the University to improve its values and productivities by upgrading to a level of recognised academic excellence.
Also in the resolutions today, they charged Faculty Executives to be bold and diplomatic enough to meet their respective Deans in negotiating possible reduction of the Faculty charges so that at the end of the whole process, the overall charges would be reasonable and affordable for all students.
We however appeal to fellow students to remain calm and optimistic, as the Student Union is working around the clock to ensure that the collective interest of our teeming members is protected and justice is sincerely done without any parochial consideration.
University of Ilorin.
ISA, Abass Usman
Public Relations Officer,
University of Ilorin.
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