MAUTECH SUG Press release on Tuition Fee Increment

MAUTECH SUG Press release

The Modibbo Adama University of Technology, Yola, MAUTECH SUG Press release on increase in Tuition Fee.

MAUTECH SUG Press release on Tuition Fee Increment

The Students’ Union Government was strongly averse to the increment in tuition that didn’t place the students as major indices for consideration, hence, we deemed the 100% increment as untimely and outrageous.

Our plight at the meeting we had with the Management was subject to consideration, and we anticipated outcomes in the affirmative as soon as possible; but to our greatest surprise, it was unfavourable.

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As a response, we entreated all students to pause the process of fee payment until it was properly reviewed.

We then placed possible options to the School Management, and appealed through the Dean, Students’ Affairs Division to the Vice Chancellor for;

  • A 40% reduction
  • In splitting of the tuition fees into per-semester payments
  • The extension of the tuition fees payment period.

After a series of sending letters, entreaties, and prayers, we are now glad that a positive outcome emerged. The School Management agreed to our pleas and declared that;

i) A payment of 50% be made per semester.
ii) Any student with carryover is to pay for only the semester he/she is coming to rewrite.
iii) There will be an extension in the deadline for the payments of fees.

We want to thank each and everyone who trusted in us to deliver despite the bad PR. We also thank the Vice Chancellor and School Management for hearing us out. Indeed, we are grateful.

In conclusion, we want to assure you all that your interest will remain our primary focus, also please shun the rumours that we play nonchalance and apparently don’t show remorse.

Kindly, receive the highest regard for our total commitment, dedication and sacrifices. Stay tuned for subsequent meetings and outcomes. Thank you!

Yours in struggle,
Announcer: Comr. Joseph Daniel Idegwu (Public Relations Officer)

MAUTECH SUG Press release

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