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Achievers University Matriculates New Students, Encourages Good Behavior

Damilola Adeyemo

OWO – 593 new students have been matriculated at the 14th Matriculation ceremony of Achievers University Owo on March 26, 2021.

Students were matriculated into the College of Basic Health Sciences, Engineering Technology, Law, Natural and Applied Sciences, and Social and Management Sciences.

The Pro-Chancellor, Bode Ayorinde stated that the University bears the trademark of discipline, maintaining that any students found culpable shall be punished accordingly.

He urged the new intake to be well behaved as the school won’t condone any nonsense.

Ayorinde noted that students who ended up in academic fiasco designed their failure as they stayed aloof from lectures, examinations.

He, however, recommended that students should read for a minimum of two hours per day to succeed in their academics.

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