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Strive To Reach Your Promised Land

“Strive to reach your promised land”

-VC to Fresh Students

The orientation programme for new students admitted for the 2014/2015 academic session kicked off on Wednesday January 14 and ended on Friday January 16, 2015. Events mapped out for the programme included lectures and talks on various academic and related issues as concerning the students.

During the opening ceremony, the Vice Chancellor, Professor Isaac Asuzu, represented by the Dean Student Affairs, Dr O. O. Fasoranti, expressed delight at the commencement of the 2014/2015 academic session and commended the new students for beating the hyper-competition for admission into Nigeria universities, and indeed into Federal University, Oye-Ekiti. According to him, it meant that they were the best. The Vice Chancellor pointed out to the enthusiastic students that the orientation was to acquaint them with their rights and privileges, as well as their duties and obligations within the campus...




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-VC tells Mechatronics students

“You are a privileged set because many engineering graduates today do not have this singular practical training you have just had. We have a dream and the dream has worked so far. Next year we will send you out as first engineering graduates of FUOYE. With the kind of training, exposure and the way the Faculty is driving you, I am sure you will make usproud.” The above is an excerpt from a speech delivered by the Vice Chancellor, Federal University Oye-Ekiti, Professor Isaac U. Asuzu, at the presentation of certificates to FUOYE
Mechatronics Engineering students who attended an Autotronics course at the Peugeot Automobile Nigeria (PAN).




Federal University, Oye-Ekiti, in line with its overall goal of emerging and staying first among its contemporaries in student-centred information and computer technology education, has established an lCT -based Cisco Academy to serve the information technology needs of its students.

Speaking to the Information and Protocol officials of the University at the Ikechukwu Iheanacho ICT Centre (IIIC) where he certified the establishment of the Academy, the Cisco Coordinator, South West Resource Centre, Mr. Isaac Olatunji Akoni, pointed out that FUOYE had met the requirements for being a Cisco Network Academy. According to him, FUOYE had a wonderful facility on ground and was therefore “more than qualified” for the Academy. He noted that the last place he saw such IT facility as he found in FUOYE was at the Obafemi Awolowo