College sets Deadline for Social Activities as Examination begins

The College has set a deadline for student engagement in social activities during the rain semester of the 2016/2017 academic session.

The 20th August deadline was contained in a circular meant for students dated Monday 4th August, 2017 signed by the Dean of Student Affairs (DSA) Mr. Olaniyi Olaluwoye.

The Dean of Student Affairs, who stated management position on ending social activities for the 2016/2017 academic session, said all student and heads of various student associations in the College should end social activities by 20th August, 2017.

He maintained that the directive became imperative in view of the forthcoming second semester examinations which begins on Monday, 28th August, 2017.

He enjoined all association to adhere strictly to the stipulated date as no association would be allowed to engage in any ceremony beyond the deadline.

In a related development, the Dean Student Affairs reminded all students to comply with the College dress code. The College has a set standard of dressing and hairdo for students on campus. He called the attention of all students residing on and off campus to the stand of College management on wearing of inappropriate clothing and hair styles in a circular referenced ACE/DSA/VOL.IV/133 signed by the Dean Student Affairs.

He said: “The College management frowns particularly against crazy jeans and other funny haircut. Therefore, the College management has given power to the Division of Student Affairs to deal with erring students henceforth.”

The warning to desist from inappropriate attire and hairdo was issued to students on Monday, 14th August, 2017.

Mr. Olaluwoye narrated how three students of the College were apprehended at Lipakala junction, Ondo last Thursday, 10th August, 2017 by security operatives from the Special Anti-Robbery Squad (SARS) due to their appearances.

In view of that, he maintained that all students were being put on alert to be security conscious. He advised students to avoid staying late into the night, as a result of security breaches in city, maintaining that students residing off campus should retire to their apartment before night fall.