She said the policy was to promote healthy competition among the students who consistently maintain the average of the CGPA.
The News agency of Nigeria (NAN) reports that 6,648 students were matriculated into the academic programs of the institution.
Olatunji-Bello said LASU had over the years remained on the path of academic excellence and distinguished itself in the comity of universities in the country.
She said, “We are committed to excellence and determined to emerge as the best university in the West Africa region.
“Our students’ welfare is top on our priorities as we will ensure that the learning environment remains conducive for learning.