Egerton University gears up for 39th Graduation

Egerton University 39th Graduation Ceremony

Students at Egerton University are in high spirits ahead of the institution’s 39th graduation despite the leadership crisis at the Njoro-based institution.

The university published a graduation notice on its website announcing the Friday 7th December 2018 feat.

The notice was address to all candidates who qualify for the conferment of various degrees and award of diplomas of Egerton University during the 2018/19 academic year.

The graduation ceremony will start at 9:00am at the institution’s main campus in Njoro.

According to the notice signed by the Registra Academic Affairs, all prospective graduands are required to fill online an download the Application for Graduation Form

To apply, the prospective graduand is expected to click on the link and create an account by submitting a valid email address, and a password.

The students are adviced to use a working email to apply for graduation. This is because all communication about the graduation ceremony will be communicated through the email address.

The student will thereafter receive an email to activate their account. After successfully logging into the account, the student will be required to fill the form and submit.

Therafter, the student will receive an email with the download link for the “Application for Graduation Form”. The student is expected to download and print three copies of the form.

The forms are supposed to be submitted to the students’ respective faculties and will enable the student to hire a graduation attire.

However, students are warned that this process alone does not guarantee that they will graduate on 7th December.

Therefore, students are urged to clear with all the relevant university offices before Monday 26th November 2018.

The final graduation list will be made available to the university website on Wednesday 28th November 2018.

However, a section of students at the University are not happy with the way the institution is handling their grievances ahead of the graduation.

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