On Tuesday, 14th August, 2018, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Adeniyi Olayanju welcomed all members of the University community back to campus for the 2018/2019 Academic Session. The University community converged on the Multipurpose Hall in euphoria of the marvelousness of God experienced in the last academic session and the great expectations in the new Academic Session. 

In his welcome remarks, the Vice-Chancellor set the foundation for the new academic session, noting the importance of clear direction to success. He said the University’s success will be sustained only if is improved upon. He noted that the only requirement for attainment of this goal is for the University to engage her operations with new approach in order to achieve new results. He called for concerted efforts to be deliberately deployed towards maintaining continuous progress in the operations of the University. The Vice-Chancellor therefore appreciated the proprietor base for the rich investment on the vision of the University. He also thanked members of management for their unflinching support towards the attainment of the vision of the University.

In furtherance of the University’s preparation for the new academic session, the Vice-Chancellor announced the members of management for the 2018/2019 Academic Session comprising Deans, Directors, Heads of Department and Heads of Programme. While inaugurating the management on behalf of the Chancellor Dr. David Oyedepo, the Vice-Chancellor charged on possessing a stakeholder’s mentality in the course of discharging their duties and prayed for divine wisdom and enablement to succeed. 

Professor Olayanju, while reeling out the expectations for the new session, urged the newly constituted members to be proactive in driving the agrarian vision of the institution. The Vice-Chancellor added that Landmark University will be driving visibility through highly rated publications and innovative researches. He therefore demanded that all members of Faculty should be brought on board. 

In the same vein, the Vice-Chancellor unveiled that Landmark University is set to deliberately work on improving her Internally Generated Revenue (IGR). He stressed the need to shun waste and misappropriation in all quarters and reduce excess expenditure to barest minimum with a view to enhancing the IGR base of the school.     

While using the medium to appreciate the 2017/2018 members of management for the sacrifice and doggedness exhibited in the last academic session, Professor Olayanju welcomed the newly inaugurated management into a season of new beginning, and charged them to possess a new drive, passion and enthusiasm to deliver expected result.




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