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Coordinates: 6°28′01″N 3°10′59″E / 6.467°N 3.183°E / 6.467; 3.183

Lagos State University - also known as LASU - was established in 1983 by the enabling Law of Lagos State of Nigeria, for the advancement of learning and establishment of academic excellence. The university caters for a population of over 35,000 students enrolled for full-time. The university also offers courses at Diploma, Undergraduate and Postgraduate levels. Lagos State University is located in Ojo, a town in Lagos State, Nigeria. LASU is the only state university in the former British colony.

Lagos State University
LASU logo.gif
The Seal of Lagos State University
MottoPer la verità e di servizio (Latin)
Motto in English
For Truth and Service
TypePublic
Established1983
ChancellorGeorge Oguntade
Vice-ChancellorOlanrewaju Fagbohun
Students35,000
Location, ,
Websitewww.lasu.edu.ng

Lagos State University offers diploma, degree and post graduate programmes including an MBA programme.

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HistoryEdit

Lagos State University was conceived as a multi-campus, collegiate and non-residential University. Today, Lagos State University operates a multi-campus system with four fully owned campuses having its main campus at Ojo (along the Badagry Expressway) and other campuses at Epe (where the Faculty of Engineering is located), Ikeja (where the College of Medicine is located).

Epe CampusEdit

The Lagos State University Epe Campus, home to the Faculty of Engineering and School of Agriculture of Lagos State University, is a fully residential campus. The Epe campus was born out of the insufficiency of the Ojo campus to accommodate the Faculty of Engineering at that time. The military barrack which is now the campus was released by the persuasion of the then military governor Michael Otedola[citation needed]

The campus which is also the home for the schools Pre-degree programme is unarguably[citation needed] the biggest property belonging to the school even bigger than the main campus itself. The campus which is located in the Epe area of Lagos is the home for the three department in LASU's Faculty of Engineering namely Mechanical Engineering, Electronic and Computer Engineering and Chemical and Polymer Engineering, and the school just recently admitted students for Aerospace Engineering in 2018 JAMB, following the accreditation of the course in LASU.

The campus is being governed by the Head of School (HOC). The school of Agriculture has its own Dean as well as the Faculty of Engineering. The school is generally administered by the Vice Chancellor. The campus produces a candidate for the post of a Vice president, Welfare director and Assistant General Secretary in its student union election. [1]

ProgrammeEdit

Areas of education and research offered by the Institution are summarized in the table below:

Faculty Departments/Programmes/Centres/Institutes
Arts
Social Sciences
Management Sciences
Law
Science
Engineering
School of Clinical Sciences
School of Basic Medical Sciences
Education

Former Vice ChancellorsEdit

Note:† indicates "deceased"

Notable alumniEdit

Notable facultyEdit

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit