• No fewer than 210 students received various degree certificates during the 7th Commencement ceremony of the American University of Nigeria (AUN), Yola, which took place on Saturday, May 9, 2015.

    A breakdown of the graduating students shows that 184 of the graduands received Bachelor’s Degree with 24 of them bagging first class.

    In the post-graduate category, 11 graduands received MBA, four got MTech (IT), four MTech (Telecommunications) while seven received Post-Graduate Diploma in Management.

    Miss Hephzber Ifunanya Obiora of the School of Arts and Sciences emerged the overall best graduating student and the valedictorian for the 2015 class.

    In her address, the President of AUN, Prof. Margee Ensign praised members of the local community especially the Adamawa Peace Initiative, describing them as heroes who helped keep the community “fed, clothed and safe this year.

    To families and friends, and most importantly the Class of 2015 who today conclude their education and their lives with us. We celebrate your many successes: the fruit of all the hard work by everyone in AUN and your families who make this possible.”

    She noted that for a region which is beginning to regain hope for peace and security, the occasion was a special triumph for the Nigerian people who have proved to the world that democracy is alive and well and thriving here.

    She said the Commencement ceremony marked “not only the successful completion of your work with us, but the start of something new; the start of your life as a university graduate, your life as an educated citizen of a democratic country.

    Congratulations to the fresh graduands…
    CampusPortalNG Team

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