UNIOSUN Set To Hold 9th Convocation Ceremony Virtually On September 21st 2020

UNIOSUN Set To Hold 9th Convocation Ceremony Virtually On September 21st 2020

The Osun State University (UNIOSUN) will be holding its 9th convocation ceremony on Monday 21st September 2020 with 1,946 graduating students:1,894 undergraduates, 52 postgraduates and Diploma graduates 

All graduates with 35 first class, 603 second class upper division, 972 second class lower division, 274 third class, 10 Pass, 19 postgraduates and 33 Diploma graduates from various programmes spread across the 11 faculties in the University.

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The Vice-Chancellor of Osun State University, Professor Labode Popoola disclosed this during the flag-off of the handover of the convocation kits to the management of FedEx, the courier service provider that will be delivering the kits to the doorsteps of the graduands ahead of the 9th convocation ceremony of the University.


According to him, we are committed to the fulfillment of our mission of creating a unique institution, committed to the pursuit of academic innovation, skill-based training, and a tradition of excellence in teaching, research, and community service even during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown.

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“We have over the last six months continued with virtual teaching, conducted virtual matriculation, virtual assessment and now we are graduating another set of graduands virtually. Instead of complaining, we are always ahead proffering solutions and this is why we have over the last one year deployed series of success-driven techniques that have continued to yield positive results as evident in our numerous achievements".


The management under the leadership of Professor Labode Popoola thereby congratulates the graduands in advance and wishes them well in their future endeavors.

Source: UNIOSUN 

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