LASU Announces Online Admission Clearance Deadline 2023 Admission Update

The management of the Lagos state university, Ojo have announced that newly admitted students that have been offered admission in the 2022/2023 academic session, but due to one reason or the other have been unable to complete their Online Admission Clearance, are hereby informed that the Clearance Exercise deadline is on Monday, 9th August, 2023.

All freshly admitted students who are yet to do their Online Clearance are therefore required to immediately visit the University Website, click on “Students Services” and “Click on LACACA” to complete their online admission clearance.

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The LACACA, a product of the DICT, is a real-time application where all issues and complaints encountered by Candidates are resolved without delay.

The DICT is working round the clock to provide the required support to make the process seamless for all concerned.

Rejected Candidates are to note the reason for rejection as provided on their page and follow the guidelines contained therein.

Meanwhile, following the substantial success recorded so far in the ongoing Online Admission Clearance for newly admitted candidates of the University, the Deputy Vice Chancellor, Academic and Chairman, Central Admission Committee, Prof. Wahab Elias, the Admissions Office, under the leadership Mr Adesola Azeez Rasaq and the DICT, under the leadership of Dr. Toyin Enikuomehin, have thanked all stakeholders in the screening process, including the Provost, Deans, Heads of Departments, Faculty Officers and Heads of relevant Non-Academic Departments for ensuring that the novel initiative by the DICT is successful, evidenced by the fact that close to 4,000 Candidates have been cleared since 19th July, 2023 when the process began.

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The Central Admissions team notes that the Online Clearance App ( LACACA), put in place to ease the Clearance process by minimizing emerging errors in candidates’ details and to mitigate chances of Covid-19 spread in the University as a result of large gathering of Candidates,  would have not yielded positive outcomes without the support and commitment of all stakeholders especially the Provost, Deans, Faculty officers and, the ICT Verification and Support Personnels.

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