The National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has announced that it will matriculate 17,615 new students at its 24th matriculation ceremony scheduled for Tuesday, April 18, 2023. The virtual event will take place simultaneously at various study centres across the country, marking the formal entry of these students into the institution.
According to a memo issued on April 14, 2023, by the Deputy Registrar (DR), Academic Registry, Mr. Olagboye S. Osebi, on behalf of the Registrar, Mr. Oladipo Ajayi, the ceremony will commence at 10.00 am. The 24th matriculation ceremony will be conducted virtually, allowing students to participate from their respective study centres.
Welcoming the Freshmen:
Vice-Chancellor Prof. Olufemi Peters will be present at the event to officially welcome the new students and matriculate them into the university. This ceremony serves as an opportunity for the newly admitted students to become familiar with the university’s academic structure and expectations.
Impact on Students and the University:
The matriculation of over 17,000 students is a significant achievement for NOUN, reflecting the institution’s commitment to providing accessible and flexible higher education opportunities to a diverse range of learners. The ceremony also signifies the beginning of an exciting and transformative journey for the new students, who will now embark on their academic pursuits at NOUN.
The 24th matriculation ceremony at the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) is a momentous occasion for the institution and its newest students. As the university continues to grow and expand its academic offerings, the matriculation of 17,615 freshmen demonstrates NOUN’s dedication to providing quality education and fostering academic excellence.
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