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OOU Academic Gown Collection For Convocation Ceremonies 2016/2017

The Management Of Olabisi Onabanjo University Wishes to inform all 2016/2017 Graduands that On the collection of academic gowns for, (B.Sc, MSc./PGD) they will pay a sum of thirty-six thousand Naira (N36,000.00) for academic gowns, Convocation Brochures and Scrolls through POS in any of the Bursary Departments of the University Campuses (Ibogun, Ayetoro, Ikenne and Main Campus) and the refund of six thousand Naira (N6,000.00) will be given them on return of the Academic Gowns.
Similarly, Ph.D graduands will pay sixty‐five thousand Naira (N65,000.00) from which twenty‐five thousand Naira (N25,000.00) is refundable while those intending to keep ;their academic gowns will pay sixty thousand Naira (N60,000.00) non‐refundable fees. 
Meanwhile, the University has directed all College Secretaries/Faculty Officers to commence issuance of Academic Gowns to Graduands from Wednesday, 18th January, 2017 in respective College/Faculties while graduands from Basic Medical Sciences, Clinical Sciences, Engineering and Agricultural Sciences are to collect theirs at the Directorate of Students Affairs. 
However, the return of all academic gowns in good condition by all graduands must be complied with by Friday, 17th February, 2017 to enable them merit the refundable deposit of six thousand Naira (N6,000.00) to be credited to graduands’ various Bank Accounts. 
The University warns that any graduand who fails to comply with the condition above within the stipulated deadline will have to pay a penalty fee of six thousand Naira (N6,000.00) per week. 
The University strongly advised all expected guests to be seated by 9.00am on the Convocation days. 

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