KWASU, the Kwara State University recently released the fourth (4th) batch admission list and now, the institution wishes to announce to all interested members of the public that the supplementary admission list has been released likewise. Here are the details of the press release.
The Kwara State University (KWASU) supplementary admission list for the 2015/2016 academic session is out and has been officially released by the school authorities. The list is the supplementary admission list for the 2015/2016 academic session which indicates that some other list(s) may still come out. Candidates that took part in the 2015/2016 post utme of Kwara State University are hereby informed to check their names.
The candidates whose names appear in the list (check the link below) are successful in the 2015/2016 KWASU Post-UTME Test and have been shortlisted to attend Admission Screening Exercise at Kwara State University, Malete.
The under-listed candidates have met the requirements for admission into KWASU and have been shortlisted to attend Admission Screening Exercise at Kwara State University, Malete.
The candidates are expected to download and complete the screening form placed on the University’s website. The completed screening form should be brought along with the candidates’ original and photocopies of Credentials and Certificates of State/Local Government Citizenship.
The screening exercise will take place as scheduled below:
Date: Monday 14th September – Friday 18th September, 2015
Venue: University Auditorium, Malete
Time: 10.00am daily.
Congratulations to all successful students…
Kwara State University, also known as KWASU, is the 77th university to be registered by the Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC). It is the 95th university to be recognized in Nigeria.
The university was Established by the administration of Dr. Bukola Saraki in 2009, and envisioned to be more than a typical university in Nigeria. It was designed to be a center for community service and entrepreneurship. In a country where the fundamental values of volunteerism and community involvement are yet to be fully embraced, The university recognises itself as a part of a community,and has the position of a Director for Community Development for the purpose of mobilizing the community, setting assessment strategies, and identifying the needs within the community so that lecturers can use their expertise to impact directly on the communities.(Wikipedia)