Prof. Olufemi Peters, Vice-Chancellor of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN), has stated that the welfare and satisfaction of students is of the utmost importance to his administration.
He also mentioned that the school has implemented a ticketing system to make registration easier.
Because of the current issues posed by a coronavirus, the VC announced that registration will be further streamlined, with a ticketing system being designed to handle students’ requests for information complaints.
Peters announced this in Abuja during the 21st matriculation ceremony for the institution’s students, according to a statement issued by NOUN Director (Media and Publicity), Ibrahim Sheme.
The event was broadcast live over a virtual link across the University’s 103 study centers across the country, in accordance with the COVID-19 protocol.
A total of 14,953 new students were marticulated in for the second semester of 2020/2021 at the university.
“It is my pleasure and responsibility to assure you, as well as the entire administration and NOUN community, that I am devoted to making your stay in NOUN seamless, calm, and safe,” the VC addressed the new students.