The authorities of the Lagos State University (LASU), Ojo, at the weekend released the results of 47,583 students of the external programmes.
Prof. Cordelia Nwabuko, the Chairman of the Task Force set-up by the university, announced the development in Lagos.
Nwabuko said that the clearance was aimed at addressing the many contradictions confronting the institution and its external system (satellite campuses), particularly the backlog of results of many students.
He said the results, which have since been uploaded on the institution’s website, were for all students that have passed through the system since its inception.
The task force chairman advised concerned students to visit the website of the institution to check their the status of their results.
She remarked that efforts were still on to address all cases involving students’ results and their graduation.
According to him, the campuses will be formally closed, as instructed by government, at the end of the current 500-level students’ programmes.
“As at Friday, July 22, more than 254,391 visits to the newly designed website, dedicated to addressing the external system issues, have been recorded.
“Their complaints and responses are currently being analysed. More than 5,5 million scores of each student, sorted so far, have been extracted and uploaded on the site.
“Apart from the 2,500 results cleared and presented for convocation in April, another 1,071 results have been cleared and will be presented to the Senate for approval.
“In the next few days, while another 2,000 results will be ready for Senate consideration in August. So we appeal to all concerned students to check for updates and send responses,” the task force leader said.