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There are a total of 19,273 in the University. With a few to reducing the effect of poverty and end poverty in all its forms in the university campus and within the host communities the University Administration has put in place a number of programmes to support students among other. The programmes include:

  1. Waivers on the payment of school fees presently enjoyed by 125 student
  2. Food support presently enjoyed by 223 students
  3. Subsidized transportation to and fro campus daily presently enjoyed by 2000 students
  4. Free legal services for students enjoyed by 3 students
  5. Free hostel accommodation enjoyed by 100 students of the university
  6. Library book shelving jobs which present engages 10 students indigent students on part-time basis
  7. Work, Earn and Learn (WEL) programme under the Directorate of University Farms (DUFARMS) which presently engages 120 students
  8. Skill acquisition by 60 students on modern farming, post-harvest processing and agricultural entrepreneurship at the Agricultural Media, Research and Extension Centre (AMREC) unit of the University.
  9. Training of 6 member of the community in fashion design, graphic design, make-up artistry and computer appreciation.

SOURCES:  1 – 5 (From Student Affairs)

                     6 –  (From the University Library and Student Affairs Unit)

                    7 – (From Directorate of University Farms and Student Affairs Unit)

                      8 – (AMREC and Student Affair Unit)

                      9 – (From Centre for Entrepreneurship)

Last Updated on November 17, 2023 by Olalekan Erinfolami


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