After 3weeks of closure, the Lagos State University has finally settled its fees issues with students, and has asked its student to resume on June 23.
The students, who protested and embarked on a ‘compulsory recess’ due to the hike in school fee, have achieved their aim and were asked by the school to resume lectures in a released statement on June 19.
The statement by the school reads: “This is to inform all Full-Time Undergraduate Students (Fresh and Returning)
of Lagos State University that school re-opens for normal academic activities on Monday, June 23, 2014.
“Students are therefore expected to commence payment of school fees and also register, as the portal shall be opened on Friday, June 20, 2014.
“Registration, which is for two (2) weeks, shall commence on Friday, June 20, 2014 and end on the midnight of July 6, 2014.
“Tuition fees can be paid in full or in two installments of 70 percent (Harmattan Semester) and the balance of 30 percent at the beginning of Rain Semester.
“The revised fees schedule for all the faculties can be found on the school’s website.
“It should however be noted that the new regime of fees is not applicable to students
at 400 level and above.”
The management wished the student a successful academic session.