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40th Matriculation Ceremony, 2013/2014 Session
Office of the Vice-Chancellor
(Information and Public Relations)
Our Ref: UNN/VC/PR/299                                                                         Date: February 28, 2014

To:     All Freshmen
    (Nsukka and Enugu Campuses)

40th Matriculation Ceremony, 2013/2014 Session 

1.     General Information

The 40th Matriculation Ceremony of the University of Nigeria will hold on Saturday, March 08,  2014 to admit freshmen formally to full membership of the University. All freshmen are expected to solemnly and publicly make a declaration of loyalty to the University of Nigeria on that day.

 The ceremony will take place in the various faculties at both the Nsukka and Enugu campuses of the University at 10.00a.m.

Full participation in the ceremony is mandatory for all freshmen. It is also mandatory that every matriculated student who is fully cleared will sign the Matriculation Register. Any freshman who fails to participate in the ceremony loses the chance of being formally admitted into the University community. Consequently, he or she will be regarded as not having fulfilled the requirements for full studentship in the University.

2.    Matriculating Students

The following categories of students are required to matriculate:

(i)    All regular freshmen and transfer students registered for first degree courses;
(ii)    All regular fresh postgraduate students who are not graduates of the University of Nigeria; 
(iii)    Other regular undergraduates and postgraduate students in (i) and (ii) above who had not previously matriculated in the University of Nigeria.

The following are not required to matriculate:

(i)    Postgraduate students who are graduates of the University of Nigeria;
(ii)    Freshmen who have not been fully cleared
(iii)    Freshmen registered for diploma and certificate courses;
(iv)    Occasional students.

3.    Matriculation Venues
All matriculating students are expected to report at the various venues of their respective Faculties at both campuses of the University before 10.00 a.m. Students in the Faculties of Medical Sciences, Dentistry and Health Sciences and Technology will matriculate at the Nsukka campus of the University. 

The Faculty venue are as fellows:


Faculty                                           Venue
Agriculture                                     Faculty of Agriculture Lecture Theatre
Arts                                                New Arts Theatre
Biological Sciences                         Jimbaz Building (Room 301)
Education                                       Faculty of Education Lecture Theatre
Engineering                                    Faculty of Engineering Lecture Theatre
Health Sciences and Technology     Centre for Entrepreneurial and Development Research (CEDR)
Medical Science                               Princess Alexandria Unity Hall and Theatre
Dentistry                                         Professor Martin Ijele Hall CEDR
Pharmaceutical Sciences                 Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science Lecture Theatre
Physical Sciences                            Faculty of Physical Science Lecturer Threatre
The Social Sciences                        Margaret Ekpo Hall (West) 
Veterinary Medicine                        Faculty of Veterinary Medicine Lecture Theatre  


Faculty                                        Venue
Business Administration)             Faculty Auditorium
Environmental Studies)               Main Hall, University of Nigeria, Enugu Campus
Law                                             Moot Court

4.    Academic Regalia
Matriculating students should appear in the University’s academic regalia to be collected from their Faculties as may be arranged. Matriculating postgraduate students and members of staff taking part in the ceremony may wear the regalia of their respective universities. No hoods are required.

5.    Conduct at the Matriculation Venues
The Matriculation Ceremony is expected to be of relatively short duration. Matriculating students are therefore, expected to remain in their places all through the ceremony.
They are also advised not to bring any cameras, as taking photographs in the course of proceedings will disrupt the ceremony. Accredited photographers will be in service at various faculty venues.
Matriculating students are strongly advised to report early to the various venues so as to ensure their full participation in the ceremony. Those who report late will be excluded from the ceremony.

6.    Happy Matriculation
On behalf of the entire University community, we once again, congratulate all matriculating students on their admission into their dream University. We wish them all happy Matriculation and a rewarding studentship.

Mike Asogwa
For: Public Relations Officer

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