UNIZIK Matriculates 7,820 students
Nnamdi Azikiwe University (UNIZIK) has admitted close to 7,820 students during the matriculation ceremony held recently for the commencement of 2016/2017 academic session.
Speaking at the event, the Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Joseph Ahaneku congratulated the matriculating students, parents and guardians for the opportunity of being in the University.
He urged the new students to make judicious use of their stay in the University and to shun all social vices that could mar their stay, stressing that his administration is harnessing all resources, human and material, from within and outside the University in pursuit of the actualization of the mission and vision of his administration.
He reminded the students of the various facilities put in place in the University in order to provide a congenial learning environment for them.
Prof. Ahaneku further admonished the students on the importance of payment of fees, attendance to lectures, as well as avoiding some vices that could lead to suspension or total expulsion. Some of these vices include; examination misconduct, certificate forgery, cultism, robbery, rape amongst others.
High point of the Ceremony was the declaration of loyalty by the matriculating students and oath-taking on secret cults led by the Dean, Students’ Affairs, Prof. Stan Udedi.