Anchor varsity holds second matriculation
Anchor University, Lagos (AUL), a faith-based institution owned by the Deeper Christian Life Ministry will hold its 2nd matriculation ceremony on Saturday, March 3, 2018 at the university’s multipurpose hall, Ayobo, Lagos.
In a statement by the Assistant Registrar, Strategy and Communications, Mr. Sanusi Okesola, the ceremony coming barely one year after the first is a further proof of the university’s resolve to run consistent and seamless academic programmes devoid of interruption and distraction.
The institution commenced academic activities on February 6, 2017, with a well-articulated vision to set the pace in quality education in Africa and beyond, and to promote Christian principles and godliness in the lives of its students. For the past 12 months, AUL has proven true to this goal by laying sound and quality foundation upon which a globally competitive, ICT-driven university system is expected to be built.
According to the vice chancellor, Prof Joseph Afolayan, “Anchor University’s goal is not to complete the number of the institutions in Nigeria; the focus is to stand out and compete with the best globally.”
“With the blessing and support of the Chancellor and General Superintendent of the Deeper Christian Life Ministry, Pastor William F. Kumuyi, a highly respected cleric and former university don who has an exceptional passion for the youths and quality education, Anchor University is bound for greatness.
Apart from the new students, parents, stakeholders and some members of the university’s proprietor-base are expected to attend. The matriculation would be preceded by a maiden Parents’ Consultative Forum which will be held at the same venue.
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