The 100level students of Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, across disciplines will be returning to classrooms for academic activities on 11th of January, 2021.
The students only had a few weeks of lectures before the outbreak of COVID-19 and the subsequent schools’ closure nationwide.
The head of press and public affairs of the university, Mr Ademola Adekoya, made this disclosure on Friday while releasing the general guidelines for safe returning of activities in the university after six months of closure.
He said, unlike 100 level students, those in their final year classes irrespective of course duration and the postgraduate students would resume first and that is next Monday, September 14th, while all others from 200 to 500 level are to resume on Monday, November 9th.
He said even at that, classes would hold in a staggering manner.
According to him, final year students would attend lectures only from 9:00 am to 3.00 pm daily Monday to Friday while the postgraduate students and those in the sandwich programme, part-time and diploma would attend lectures strictly on weekends.
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