104 Bags First Class as Covenant University Graduates 1,315 Students

Filed in School News | By Emmanuel Worthwhile | Last Modified On June 25, 2015

Not fewer than 1,315 students will receive their first degree certificates during the 10th
convocation ceremony of Covenant
University (CU), Ota which is scheduled to hold this week.


Following the Speech at a media briefing ahead of the ceremony, the Vice-Chancellor of the university, Prof. Charles Ayo, said that 104 of the graduating students bagged First
Class Degree.

In a further breakdown of the results, the
VC said that 610 others would be graduating in the Second Class Upper Division, while 510 will be graduating in the Second Class Lower Division.

He added that a total of 91 others would be
graduating in the Third Class Division.
Prof. Ayo said that the institution would
also be graduating a total of 135 postgraduate students during the ceremony.

He said that the number of this year’s first
class graduates was an improvement on the
82 the institution produced at the 2014

Ayo said that because the institution wanted to remain a pacesetter in the provision of quality tertiary education in Africa, plans were underway to commence its Medical School within two years.

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