COVID-19: LASU reopens (See schedules)

 

The Lagos State University, LASU, has announced that its first year students will return to classes by January 11, 2021.

 

The resumption schedule of the institution released on Friday said until then, their classes will be online.

 

The Institution said that students in terminal classes (400, 500 and 600-Levels) will resume on Monday, September 14, 2020 and they would have classes 9 am to 3 pm on week days only.

 

Also to return to classes on Monday, 14th September 2020 are the Masters and Ph.D. students who will have their classes on weekends only.

 

Students from 200-Level to 500-Level are to resume November 9, 2020

 

Those of Sandwich, Part-Time and diploma students would resume November 13, 2020 for weekend classes only at the institution’s Epe campus.

 

Students and lecturers must compulsorily have their face masks on and would be required to wear their LASU I.D Cards without which they would not be allowed on campus.

 

They must also report with their hand sanitizers.

 

The school schedule said that all academic members of staff are to resume with students on Monday while only non-academic workers from CONUAS Level 12 and above (except those on essential duties are expected on campus).

 

The lecturers to enforce mask wearing on students and good ventilation in their classrooms.

 

Recreational and commercial activities on campus will also be limited.

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