Skyline University Nigeria

Vice-Chancellor Charged New Students to Take Responsibility to Become High-Flyers

The Vice-Chancellor of Skyline University Nigeria (SUN) has charged the newly admitted students of the Fall 2021/2022 academic session to take responsibility, obey the rules and regulations of the University and work on developing those skills and values that showcase Skyline in a positive light. As he puts it, “Your education has no use if you don’t have the basic knowledge and skills required to excel in society”.

He made it clear to the students that the next four-five years are in their hands and how they respond to the mandate of the University, will ultimately enlist them amongst the high-flyers. “Your career progression is a function of how dedicated you are to your studies, take responsibility for your life and education”, the Vice-Chancellor stated. He ensures the students of the University’s support towards their overall welfare.

Prof. Ajith advised the new students to take SUN as their University, enjoy their life on campus and think twice before making a decision. As he puts it, every decision made must be one that will make your parents proud. “Skyline University Nigeria is an International University; be part of those that will corporate to make this University maintain an international environment”, the VC Said.

Earlier, while appreciating the students for choosing Skyline University Nigeria as their choice destination, he encouraged them to not think of themselves less, stating that, if they put in their effort, the results will come to them in a big way. He urged them not to bring shame to the University and their parents, rather keep on carrying the flag of the University high. You have been called ‘Skyliners’, the sky can only be the starting point.

Overall, the orientation exercise gave an opportunity to the university’s staff to acquaint new students with the vision and mission of the University as well as other issues of importance that may affect their studentship in the University. The new students were engaged in the culture, expectations, and resources that Skyline University Nigeria has to offer. The orientation provided an opportunity for students to learn about what being a Skyliner is all about and gave them focus beyond the academic department or Programmeme they are joining.

There were other important contributions, from the office of the University’s Registrar, Mr. Haruna Aliyu, the Head Librarian, Mr. Kabiru Danladi Garba, the Director of Academic Support Service, Ms. Sarada Maganti, the Head of Marketing, Mr. Sunday Ediri, the Head of Sports, Mr. Musa Mohammad, the Students Service Executives, Mr. Nazim Islam, the Head of Corporate Affairs, Engr. Bashir Garba, The Head of Security, Mr. Hassan Nanven, amongst others.

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