Achievers University matriculates first set of nursing students

Achievers University matriculates first set of nursing students

Achievers University matriculates first set of nursing students

The Provost of the College of Nursing Sciences of Achievers University, Owo, Ondo state, Prof. Omolola Irinoye, has said the institution is committed to producing nursing graduates that could compete with their counterparts from other parts of the world.

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Irinoye who stated this during the matriculation of the first set of Nursing students said the school is determined to train more professionals who could contribute to helping to reduce quackery in Nursing.


Speaking during the matriculation of 59 newly admitted nursing students at the College centre, Akure, Irinoye said Achievers University, Owo, was the first private institution to establish a nursing college in the state.

She said that the school is equipped with well-qualified staff and that welfare of the students and staffs are top priority of the school, saying additional infrastructures will be added to the college in short while to meet the growth need of the institution.

She promised that the school will run normal academic calendar and will be pacesetter in academics, practice and institutional growth.

She said “The college promise to make it a tradition not just to run normal academic calendar, but also to commence and completed sessions and release results within 30 days of completion of examination.

“Our students and as well as their parents will have prompt access to their results, we will ensure that high standards are sustained while we continue to comply with directives from regulatory agencies”.

The Provost admonished the newly admitted students to work hard to justify their selection as the first set of students in the college.

“As the first set of the college, and the trailblazers, you must work to leave marks as outstanding set for others to follow” she said.

She reminded the students that the mission of the school is to train high-quality nurses and midwives and other category of nurses that can work independently and with other healthcare teams, and thus, the school will not condone any form of indiscipline.

Irinoye advised the students to shun immoral dressing, lackadaisical attitude toward lecturers, cultism, bullying and all forms of immoral conduct.