Lagos State University (LASU), which hitherto is non-residential, will now be residential from the next academic session.
This follows the successful delivery of an 8000-bed hostel facility to its management.
The LASU’s Vice-Chancellor, Prof. Ibiyemi Olatunji-Bello, announced on Wednesday, the hostel is now ready for allocation at the Ojo Campus.
EduCeleb.com recalls that in July, a Non-Governmental Organisation, Lagos State University Development Foundation (LASUDEF) handed over a 98-bed unit of female hostel to the management of the institution.
Chairman of LASUDEF, Justice Solomon Hunponu-Wusu, had said the purpose of the hostel accommodation was “to change Lagos State University from a non-residential institution to a residential one.
Olatunji-Bello spoke at a news conference to mark her second-year anniversary as LASU Vice-Chancellor. She said students would start getting hostel spaces from the next academic session.
“LASU management expresses its commitment to addressing concerns raised by students.
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