DELSU Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020/2021 See Matriculants Guide.

DELSU Matriculation Ceremony Schedule: The Delta State University, DELSU Matriculation Ceremony schedule for 2020/2021 candidates is out.

Continue reading to see the date, Time, venue of occasion and procedure for collection of academic gowns here. See more details below;

This is to inform all the fresh students of the Delta State University (DELSU) that the management of the university has announced the matriculation ceremony date, time, venue and procedure for collection of academic gowns for the 2020/2021 academic session.

IMPORTANT! Currently, DELSU Matriculation Ceremony Schedule is not available, DISREGARD any form of advert you come across. This page will be updated immediately a date is fixed.

DELSU 2020/2021 matriculation ceremony has not yet been scheduled. The ceremony will take place simultaneously in all the Campuses of the University as indicated below:

  • ABRAKA CAMPUS: 10.00 am
    • Venue: Convocation Arena, Site III, Main Campus.
  • ASABA CAMPUS: 10.00 am
    • Venue: 1000 Capacity Lecture Theatre, Asaba Campus.
  • OLEH CAMPUS: 10.00 am
    • Venue: 1000 Capacity Lecture Theatre, Faculty of Engineering, Oleh Campus.

All Principal Officers of the University, Deans of Faculties, Heads of Departments, staff and students are hereby invited.

Consequently, all Faculty Officers are requested to liaise with the Deputy Registrar, Senate Division for collection of academic gowns for their matriculating students in their respective faculties.

Matriculating students should note that all gowns collected MUST be returned in good condition to the Senate Division not later than Monday, January 27, 2020. Failure to do so would attract a penalty of Five Hundred Naira (N500) only for each day the gown is retained; while a penalty of Ten Thousand Naira (N10,000) only will be charged as cost of replacement for any gown not returned or damaged.

Matriculating students should also note that on no account must they rent gowns to photographers as the University Security operatives have been directed to impound such gowns found with unauthorized persons.

The above is for the information and guidance of all staff and students concerned.

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