A wave of excitement filled the air as the 2023/2024 Orientation Programme kicked off, marking the start of a crucial step in the academic journey for our new scholars. The orientation program commenced with a warm welcome by the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Administration, Prof. Evaristus Anyaehie, who represented the Vice-Chancellor. He congratulated the new scholars on their successful transition to the university system and encouraged them to seize the opportunity to shape their future at the institution.
The event continued with the University Registrar, Dr. Chukwuemeka Mpamah, providing insights into the university’s history, mission, vision, and core values, underscoring their significance in the university’s identity. Furthermore, the scholars were acquainted with the university’s anthem, motto, slogan, and logo, with detailed explanations of their meaning and importance. The Deputy Vice-Chancellor of Academics, Prof. Uche Uwaoma, also addressed the scholars, urging them to make the most of their time at the university while extending a warm welcome to them.
In his closing remarks, the Dean of Scholars Affairs assured the students that the university would be their home away from home. He encouraged them to reach out when facing challenges and emphasized the importance of taking the orientation program seriously as the foundation of their journey at the university. The event also featured the presence of the Scholars Union Government President, Awo Austin, who shared valuable insights with the scholars, emphasizing the role of positive associations in pursuing academic excellence.