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SOS Letter To The VC, University Of Ibadan By Distance Learning Students

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WHERE DID WE GO WRONG? SOS LETTER TO THE VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN

We the entire students admitted into the Department of Psychology, Distance Learning Program of the University of Ibadan for the 2009/2010 have decided to reach you through this unconventional means having exhausted all avenue to have our grievances addressed by both the Department, and the Distance Learning authority.

It’s disheartening enough that we are still without our results in 2018 when we are supposed to have graduated in 2014/2015 academic session.

As it were today, the whole essence of enrolling in the program for many of us is defeated. Those who needed the certificate to seek employment are stranded while those who desire to pursue higher degrees are frustrated! What is our offence sir?

Some of us thought the Distance Learning program would be a shorter route to acquiring a degree, believing that our calender would be sacrosanct!

For goodness sake we didn’t enrol for a degree in medicine yet have spent 10 years on a 5 year program! We wrote our last paper in July 2015; three years after we are still without our results! What is happening?

We may not attract the necessary attention because we aren’t consider regular students. But we paid school fees and fulfilled the necessary requirements for graduation!
We guess we are being taken for a ride because we can’t organise ourselves for a protest. Sir, rather than play with people’s lives why don’t you consider closing down the Distance Learning Program.

At least that would save prospective students from the wickedness and incompetence of a Department of Psychology.

As it were today, the whole essence of enrolling in the program for many of us is defeated. Those who needed the certificate to seek employment are stranded while those who desire to pursue higher degrees are frustrated!

What is our offence sir? Some of us thought the Distance Learning program would be a shorter route to acquiring a degree, believing that our calender would be sacrosanct!
For goodness sake we didn’t enrol for a degree in medicine yet have spent 10 years on a 5 year program! We wrote our last paper in July 2015; three years after we are still without our results! What is happening? We may not attract the necessary attention because we aren’t consider regular students.

But we paid school fees and fulfilled the necessary requirements for graduation! We guess we are being taken for a ride because we can’t organise ourselves for a protest.WHERE DID WE GO WRONG? SOS LETTER TO THE VICE CHANCELLOR, UNIVERSITY OF IBADAN
We the entire students admitted into the Department of Psychology, Distance Learning Program of the University of Ibadan for the 2009/2010 have decided to reach you through this unconventional means having exhausted all avenue to have our grievances addressed by both the Department, and the Distance Learning authority.

It’s disheartening enough that we are still without our results in 2018 when we are supposed to have graduated in 2014/2015 academic session.

As it were today, the whole essence of enrolling in the program for many of us is defeated. Those who needed the certificate to seek employment are stranded while those who desire to pursue higher degrees are frustrated! What is our offence sir?

Some of us thought the Distance Learning program would be a shorter route to acquiring a degree, believing that our calender would be sacrosanct! For goodness sake we didn’t enrol for a degree in medicine yet have spent 10 years on a 5 year program! We wrote our last paper in July 2015; three years after we are still without our results! What is happening?

We may not attract the necessary attention because we aren’t consider regular students. But we paid school fees and fulfilled the necessary requirements for graduation! We guess we are being taken for a ride because we can’t organise ourselves for a protest.

Sir, rather than play with people’s lives why don’t you consider closing down the Distance Learning Program. At least that would save prospective students from the wickedness and incompetence of a Department of Psychology.

Sir, rather than play with people’s lives why don’t you consider closing down the Distance Learning Program. At least that would save prospective students from the wickedness and incompetence of a Department of Psychology.

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