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Trinity varsity urges freshmen to be disciplined


Vice Chancellor, Trinity University, Yaba, Lagos, Prof. Charles Ayo, has charged pioneer matriculating students of the institution to be focused and disciplined so as to make good use of their stay in the university.

He spoke during the first matriculation of the school, where he assured parents that the authorities would properly guide and expose newly admitted students to 21st century learning.

He said the university is committed to equipping the students with knowledge, skills, attitudes, competencies and values through quality teaching, learning and research, thus creating effective change agents and value-adding members of the society.

He added that within the two months of the student’s stay in the university, they have had great Information Technology (IT) experience and now they have the ability to develop their personal websites regardless of their fields of study.

He said: “I see a great future ahead of you, at Trinity University, we will help you to fulfill destiny. All you need is to be disciplined and hardworking. We have conducive and cult-free environment that inspires creativity, innovation and ingenuity; current and robust curriculum that produces the total man with impeccable character.


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