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UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN MAKES DOWNWARD REVIEW OF SCHOOL CHARGES                                       

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UNIVERSITY OF ILORIN MAKES DOWNWARD REVIEW OF SCHOOL CHARGES                                                                  05-12-23

By Sadiq Aminu                                                         Management of the University of Ilorin has announced a downward review of charges payable by students in the 2022/2023 academic session.

This development followed series of meetings between the management of the university, led by the Deputy Vice Chancellor- Academic, Professor Abayomi Omotesho, and the Students’ Union, led by its President, Comrade Joseph Ologundudu.

According to Unilorin news bulletin published on Monday, the new charges range between N114, 720 and N215,820 for new students and N52,700 and N91,430 for returning students, depending on courses of study.

This shows a significant reduction from the earlier released charges, which ranged between N138, 240 and N254, 640 for new students and N69,360 and N103,560 for returning students, depending on courses of study.

The university had Friday, November 24, 2023 released charges on the university’s official social media platforms but announced a down ward review on November 28, 2023 after the meeting with the students union leadership.

According to the bulletin, the Deputy Vice Chancellor said the university addressed the students’ concerns through dialogue to demonstrate its commitment to fostering a supportive and conducive learning environment for all members of the academic community.

President of the Students’ Union, Comrade Ologundudu, expressed gratitude to the University of Ilorin management for what he described as its thoughtfulness as reflected in the adjustment of the charges.

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