The University Vice-Chancellor, Professor Oluwafemi Olaiya Balogun, has reiterated his determination to make the institution a model among its contemporaries.
The Vice-Chancellor gave the pledge during his Press Briefing, heralding the 18th and 19th Combined Convocation Ceremonies of the University.
Professor Balogun noted that 65 different projects, designed to positively impact on both educational and social programmes of the University, were concurrently being executed under the 2011 capital project scheme.
He however appealed to the Federal Government to release the balance of the last year’s Capital Grants to Universities in the country in order to further boost educational development and forestall incidences of abandoned projects across Campuses.
The Vice-Chancellor disclosed that a total of 2,967, comprising of 1,395 graduands for the 2008/2009 academic session and 1,572 graduands for the 2009/2010 academic session, would be graduated. He also said that the University was able to produce 29 postgraduate diplomas, 107 Masters, 20 MBA (Agribusiness), 16 Masters in ICT and 47 Doctorate degree graduands.