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Vice-Chancellor Welcomes Staff And Returning Students To The 2021/2022 Academic Session

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From The Office of The Vice Chancellor

Vice-Chancellor Welcomes Staff And Returning Students To The 2021/2022 Academic Session

It is with great pleasure that I welcome the staff and students of Kings University to the new academic session which begins today, 11th October 2021. It has indeed pleased the Lord to keep us to witness this day, and it is marvelous in our sights.

In the past two years, Nigeria and the world at large have been faced with uncertainties and several challenges, particularly, the Covid-19 challenge which caused the new normal upon us. We have had to do things differently, such as incorporating e-learning platforms and processes into the academic system.

Kings University ranks high among Universities that have had uninterrupted academic sessions since 2020 because the University already deployed its e-learning management systems before the pandemic started.

Management recognises the immense support and sacrifices of the staff and students during these critical periods that ensured our collective success and progress as an Institution and we appreciate God who, in His infinite mercy kept us safe and whose grace sustained us at Kings University.

I am particularly delighted to welcome all members of staff and the returning students to this new session packed with renewed vigor. Management will continue to prioritize the welfare of staff and students amongst other systems put in place for us to have a memorable and impactful session.

The returning students are implored to look forward to academic vibrancy, innovative learning approaches, and novel research exploits over the course of the new session. Furthermore, inter and intra University academic competitions and extra-curricular activities will be encouraged to improve the students’ transformational experiences on campus.

Once again, I heartily welcome you all to the 2021/2022 academic session.

Thank you.

Professor Adenike Kuku

Vice-Chancellor

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