Ekiti State University (EKSU) Re-evaluate Charges for the Forthcoming 25th & 26th Convocation Ceremony

The Ekiti State University (EKSU) re-evaluates and reviews the administration and charges concerned with the forthcoming 25th & 26th convocation ceremony.

The management of Ekiti State University (EKSU) after meeting with stakeholders which includes but not limited to the National President of EKSU Alumni Association, the National President of National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS), SSA to the Governor on Students’ Matters, President of EKSU Students’ Union, Chairman of Joint Campus Committee (JCC), Ekiti State; Management of Ekiti State University, Ado Ekiti, on the 11th of March, 2023, drew a conclusion to review and re-evaluate the administration and charges involving the 25th & 26th convocation ceremony.

These activities and charges will be indicated below:

A) SUB-DEGREE AND FIRST DEGREE: 

  1. Certificate – #25,000:00
  2. Transcript (student’s copy) #5, 000:00
  3. Brochure – #6,000:00
  4. Gown. – #7,500:00
  5. Anniversary Levy- #5000:00
  6. Advancement & Linkages – #500:00

 Total – # 49,000:00k

 B) PGD AND MASTERS DEGREE: 

  1. Certificate – #30,000:00
  2. Transcript (student’s copy)- #5,000:00
  3. Gown – #15,000:00
  4. Brochure – #6,000:00
  5. Anniversary Levy – #5000:00
  6. Advancement & Linkages – #500:00

 Total-. #61,500:00k

 C) Ph.D: 

  1. Certificate – #50,000:00
  2. Gown – #60,000:00 (take away)
  3. Brochure – #6,000:00
  4. Anniversary Levy – #5000:00
  5. Advancement & Linkages – #500:00

TOTAL-. #121,500:00k

The management went further to state that certificates will only be collected upon the presentation of a valid clearance. 

Graduands are to note that any payment earlier made at the point of collection of Notification of Results should not be repeated. 

Due to the covid-19 protocols and adherence to same, Management stated that it has not barred any graduand from attending the convocation ceremonies in person, except that only those who made first class will be allowed into the auditorium to maintain physical/social distancing in line with COVID-19 protocols. Meanwhile, others can stay under the canopies if they prefer to attend in person, while provision has also been made to enable graduands and others join any of the ceremonies virtually.

Bode Olofinmuagun,
Head, Directorate of Information & Corporate Affairs.

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