KWASU has once again proven its commitment to excellence as 12 programs have been re-accredited by the (NUC) National Universities Commission.
The NUC’s endorsement reflects the institution’s commitment to showcasing quality education and facilities to its students.
KWASU has consistently met and exceeded the expectations of its stakeholders, making this achievement no surprise to the public.
KWASU’s Re-accreditation Success
KWASU presented 12 programs for re-accreditation in November/December 2023. On March 9, 2023, 100% pass marks were granted by the NUC to all of the programs submitted.
The notice addressed Governor of Kwara State, Mallam AbdulRahman AbdulRazaq, and the University visitors was signed by the Programme Accreditation Deputy Director, Architect S.S. Ikani, at NUC.
Various Fields of the Re-Accredited Programs Include
- Arabic Language and Literature
- Christian Studies
- Islamic Studies
- History and International Studies
- Library and Information Science
- Special Education
- Human Kinetics
- Industrial Chemistry
The Reaction of the Acting Vice-Chancellor
The Acting Vice-Chancellor of Kwara State University, Professor Shaykh-Luqman Jimoh, expressed his gratitude for the success of the institution.
He attributed this accomplishment to the facilities and quality of instruction available at the university.
Prof. Jimoh praised the devotion and dedication of all stakeholders, including parents, guardians, staff, and students, and encouraged them to make strides in various areas continuously.
Prof. Jimoh encourages stakeholders to double their efforts and strive for even greater success with increased expectations that will be an added advantage to the development of Kwara State.
He also congratulated the Governor of Kwara state, Gov. AbdulRazaq, and Dr. Afees Abolore, the Commissioner of Tertiary Education, acknowledging their unwavering support of the institution.
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