| AAUA Begins Digitization Administration of Academic Transcripts,
will now come the way of both students and alumni of Adekunle Ajasin
University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo State, as efforts are at the pick to
digitise administration of academic transcripts, certificate and
clearance for alumni, and allocation of hostels for students.
was the upshot of the symbiotic engagements of the University
Management and the leadership of the Alumni Association to make AAUA
Vice Chancellor, Prof. Igbekele Ajibefun, revealed the development
today during a Feedback Meeting between the University Management and
the Worldwide leadership of the AAUA Alumni Association under the
Presidency of Mr. Patrick Oluyide.
The VC hinted the meeting that
the University Management was only waiting for the final demonstration
of the software for the digitisation which, according to him, would take
place next week.
Prof. Ajibefun, who appreciated the association
for being a committed partner in building a desired 21st Century
University, said the challenge of administration of academic transcripts
and issuance of certificate would be a thing of the past before the end
of the first quarter of this year.
While thanking all
stakeholders for their contributions towards the 2016 raking of Nigerian
Universities by the National Universities Commission, NUC, which ranked
AAUA 31st, the VC sought the supports of all stakeholders, including
students, alumni, staff, parents and individuals to improve on the
ranking and other areas of development of the University.
the Alumni President reiterated the resolves of the association to be a
dependable partner in progress, adding that the association would not
renege on its promise to donate the necessary equipment that would
fast-track the processing of the academic transcripts and certificates
Mr. Oluyide noted that provision of accommodation for students and staff was on the association’s wish list last year.
therefore said, “In the year 2017, in addition to other projects and
programmes, the Alumni looks forward to easing students’ accommodation
challenges in the university, with the building of an alumni hostel. We
are hoping to start building in April and we hope that it will be
completed in October.”
He appealed to all members of the
association, well-meaning individual and corporate organizations to
contribute towards the hotel project and the Alumni Multipurpose
The meeting was attending by the Deputy Vice
Chancellor (Administrative), Prof. Olugbenga Ige; the Registrar, Mr.
Sunday Ayeerun; Representative of the Bursar, Mr. Fapohunda, the
University Librarian, Dr. Rotimi Egunjobi, among others.
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