Parents Laud Registration Processes as CU Welcomes Freshmen

Parents Laud Registration Processes as CU Welcomes Freshmen

 
Parents Laud Registration Processes as CU Welcomes Freshmen

Cross Section of Parents/Guardians at the Registration Center

Covenant University on Sunday, August 14, 2016, received the new intake into the 100 Level. Many of the University management team, faculty, staff, as well as Students’ leaders were on ground to receive the freshmen and their parents/guardians into the Institution and directed them through the registration processes till they were checked into their various Halls of Residence.

Some of the parents/guardians share their experiences on the registration processes with the University’s Media and Corporate Affairs team, Excerpts:

Former Executive Chairman, Oriade LCDA, Amuwo Odofin, Lagos. “The whole process is simple and stress free. This is my first time here and I did not have any difficulty getting down here and through all the registration processes. The only challenge is the distance between the car park and the luggage check-point. If the University can introduce the use of trolley to move the loads, that will be good. Aside that, every other thing is perfect.”

Honourable Sanusi

Honourable Ibrahim Babatunde Sanusi

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“So far, I think the process has improved from the last time I was involved. My first son passed through here. So this process went smoothly at the registration centre. In fact, we were surprised that he had finished very quickly. Well we’ve spent just an hour. So far, so good.”

Engineer Henry Oti

Engineer Henry Oti

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“I came with my son, Thankgod Ochem; he is admitted for Civil Engineering here. The check-in process is multiple but the good thing about it is that it is not cumbersome. This is still far better than the public schools. There, you will be roaming about seeking information but here the information are readily available. When you finished from a point, they direct you to the next process. It is OK.”

Engineer Blessing Ochem

Engineer Blessing Ochem

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“Everything went well. There is no stress. I thought it will take us a long time to finish but as we came, they directed us on what to do which we did and everything went fine. Now he has settled down.”

Mrs Elizabeth Chibum

Mrs. Elizabeth Chibum

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“As far as I am concerned, I am very happy with the process. I hope every other people are happy too. The only thing is the movement from the car park to the check-in point which is normal in every school. Apart from that, it’s OK. It is our first time here and I hope my girl will enjoy it?”

Mr Tony Odia

Mr. Tony Henry Odia

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“Well I think it’s fair enough. At the biometric point, within 15 minutes, we were through and that is beautiful. At the check-in point, though a little queue but am not disappointed.”

Dr Adeagbo

Dr. (Mrs.) Adenike Adeagbo

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Mrs. Boladejo Okubanjo, “The staff are friendly, they are courteous and they are parents too. So I think the process is OK. Checking through what the students will need and getting out what they don’t need, I think it’s OK. They are doing their work and they are doing it very well. I have not encountered any challenge but if there is any, I think there would be processes of pushing it through. I believe in processes.”