Crown-Hill University holds her 3rd Matriculation Ceremony

On 12th March, 2019, Crown-Hill University recorded yet another history when she had her 3rd Matriculation Ceremony. The University matriculated 147 new students into its various academic programmes in the two faculties. The matriculation ceremony which was presided over by the new Vice- Chancellor, Professor Deboye O. Kolawole started at 10:00 a.m and was witnessed by many parents who travelled from all over the country, to be a part of the matriculation ceremony of their wards.

The following Principal Officers and Deans of the University were present:

*    Vice Chancellor, Professor Deboye O. Kolawole;

*   Registrar, Mr. Marcel E. Ogbonna;

 * Dean, Faculty of Arts, Social and Management Science, Dr. Solomon A.     Aje;

*  Dean, Faculty of Science, Dr. (Mrs.) O. A. Ajayi.

The Staff were equally there to see their students matriculate.

The Vice-Chancellor in his address advised the matriculating students to take their studies with all seriousness, and aim at making First Class at their graduation. The Vice-Chancellor also announced the formation of a Parents’ Forum that will be for an interaction with the University Management as partners in progress in the training of the students so they can all be useful to the society at large after graduation. The inauguration will be announced soon.

With the matriculation of 147 students, it could be said that the University is assuming a steady growth.  The ceremony ended at 1:10 p.m.

Below are more pictures from the ceremony:

Cross section of some members of staff with the matriculating students
Some members of staff with the new Vice- Chancellor

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