Campus Gist: 57 First Class Students Set To Graduate From LASU

Lagos State University’s (LASU) management revealed that about 57 students would graduate with first-class degrees as LASU holds its 23rd convocation ceremony.

This is an improvement for LASU who had only 26 first class students at the last convocation and much lesser at previous editions of the convocation

At this year’s LASU convocation which is scheduled to be held on the 16th of May would have the vice-president of Nigeria, Prof Yemi Osibanjo as the keynote speaker and former Ghanian president, John Mahama as the chairman of the event.

A total of 14,369 students would be graduating.  54 students would be honoured with a diploma, while a total of 4,063 would be honoured with higher degrees. 10,252 would graduate with first degrees, a breakdown of which shows that 1,233 have second class upper division, 8,471-second class lower division, 467 third class honours and 24 have pass degrees.

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