No few than 4,396 students were admitted
into the Kogi State University (KSU), Anyigba
during the 2014/2015 academic session
matriculation ceremony held recently.
According to the breakdown,shows that 394
were admitted into the Faculty of
Agriculture, 679 in Faculty of Arts and
Humanities, 806 in Faculty of Education, 84
in Faculty of Law, 779 in Management
Sciences and 42 in College of Medicine.
The faculties of Natural Sciences and Social
Sciences had 615 and 997 freshers.
The Vice-Chancellor, Prof Hassan Isah, told
the students to be worthy ambassadors of
the university, advising them against
engaging in vices, such as cultism,
examination malpractice, harassment and
drug abuse. The VC said the school had zero
tolerance for misconduct.
“Our wish is to accommodate all students
on campus, because this is most
appropriate for learning, scholarship,
research and discipline. However, we face
challenges in accommodating all students
and this is not peculiar to this university
only.” He said.
He however stated that efforts are on to
address the situation, citing the recent
commissioning of two new hostel blocks by
Governor Idris Wada.