Akwa Ibom State University
If you have tattoos on your body, there’s no admission for you in this school
The Vice Chancellor of Akwa-Ibom State University says the institution will not admit admission seekers with tattoos on their body.
The Vice-Chancellor of Akwa Ibom State University, Prof Eno James Ibanga has reportedly said that the institution is not going to offer admission to student with tattoos on their body.
The VC made the statement during an interview session with newsmen in Akwa Ibom.
He said students who intend to get admission into the university are thoroughly checked before being admitted. He added that the screening is done to check that they do not belong to a cult group.
Speaking about the university and the courses it offers, Ibang said the National Universities Commission has accredited over 90 per cent of the university programmes.
He added that the accreditation team from the NUC would visit the institution to complete the accreditation of the remaining three programmes.
The VC said, “All faculties except three programmes have full accreditation and the management only admits students within its capacity.
“The university at present has 7,300 students.
“I count myself blessed to be a Vice-Chancellor of Akwa Ibom State University. We have autonomy.
“Without it, the institution will not succeed and the autonomy has been upheld by the government.
“The management of Akwa Ibom State University has free hands and autonomy to operate to achieve academic excellence.”
Akwa Ibom State University began operation in 2010 after the establishment of the university was inaugurated in 2000 by the former governor of Akwa Ibom State, Arc (Obong) Victor Attah.
Source: Nationfun.net Exampass