Lagos State University, LASU, has lifted its school charges by more than 120 percent starting with approaching 100 Level understudies.
The school said the old students would keep on paying the underlying N25,000 until they move on from the organization while new student would pay the new increment of N67,048.50 per meeting.
LASU climbed school charges by more than 500 percent during the organization of Babatunde Fashola in 2014 and arrangement of fights and judgment made the previous lead representative to return to the norm.
In any case, a roundabout gave by the foundation indicated that the climb in school charges would commence with the new admissions.
The round was named, “2020/2021 online confirmation screening works out (100-level – both ordinary without extensive business preparing and customary with thorough business preparing – and direct passage applicants”.
“Applications are welcomed from reasonably qualified Candidates for the Lagos State University 2020/2021 Admission Screening Exercise – Regular Student without Comprehensive Entrepreneurship Training – for Candidates looking for confirmation through UTME (100 level) and Direct Entry (200 level).
“This web based screening exercise is an obligatory necessity for passage into Lagos State University. The Tuition Fees for the Regular Student without Comprehensive Entrepreneurship N67,048.50 just per meeting.”
LASU’s representative, Adekoya Ademola said the augmentation had nothing to do with the satellites, as they would keep on paying their N25,000 till they graduate.
He said the approaching understudies were the ones that would pay the N67,048.50.
Ademola added that the new charges had been endorsed by the Governing Council of the University and the Lagos State Government has likewise entered into it.
As per him, the school expected to get a few assets to run the college, adding that the augmentation had been minor, as it isn’t not extravagant.
He said a few guardians and even the state government had complimented the college for not soaring the charges to a sum they couldn’t bear.