Havarde College of Science, Business and Management Studies matriculates new students in Ogun

In a ceremony filled with optimism and solemnity, new students were formally matriculated into Harvard College of Science, Business, and Management Studies, Abeokuta an affiliate of Abia State University.

The event, which took place at the school campus saw esteemed dignitaries deliver poignant addresses, urging the incoming students to uphold academic excellence and eschew cultism.

Vice-Chancellor of Abia State University, Professor Onyemachi Ogbulu represented by the Director institute for continuing education Abia State University Professor Joshua Ogbonna congratulated the matriculating students on their admission and emphasized the significance of this stage in their academic journey. 

He encouraged them to approach their studies with dedication, reminding them of the university's uncompromising stance on academic standards and adherence to rules and regulations.
"I  urge you to obey school rules and regulations as contravention to any of them will be met with stiff penalties, and in some cases expulsion from the institution. Abia State University, Institute for Continuing Education Students' Handbook will be made available to all of you and it is compulsory, to guide you accordingly. I therefore implore you all to painstakingly go through the Handbook and be adequately acquainted with our laws and regulations."

Similarly, Provost of Harvard College, Dr. Oyetunji Ismail Oyefemi, highlighted the college's commitment to provide quality education, equipped with state-of-the-art facilities and competent faculty.
He stressed the importance of skill acquisition and underscored the institution's zero tolerance for cultism, emphasizing the severe consequences for those involved in such activities.

Dr oluwatosin Adebayo, the President  Harvard College institution reiterated the solemnity of the matriculation ceremony, likening it to signing a contract with the institution. 

He warned against unseriousness and assured students that academic success required diligence and perseverance.

Addressing security concerns, the Commissioner of Police, Abiodun Alamutu, represented by ACP Manger Fergus, cautioned against the dangers of cultism and urged students to focus on their studies to become future leaders, free from criminal affiliations.
His words " I want to urge you, as you come to study , you'll eschew all instances of being lured into cultism . One danger of becoming a member of a cult group is you hardly resigned from it because at a point when you want to denounce, that's when the members who are still practicing will come after you . My advice is that eschew all instances of being members of any of the confraternity so that you will study and become great leaders in future."

Additionally, the Ogun State the registrar of the joint Admission and matriculation board (JAMB) represented by the Coordinator Akeem Abdul Hameed, emphasized the importance of adherence to accreditation standards, stressing the need for the institution to fully comply with JAMB regulations.

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