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UNICAL Matriculation Ceremony Date 2020/2021 (UPDATED)

UNICAL Matriculation Date: University of Calabar (UNICAL) Matriculation Ceremony Date for 2020/2021 Session has been Announced. We will also show the procedure for Hiring UNICAL Matriculation Gowns.UNICAL Matriculation Ceremony Date

AllSchool team is happy to inform the general public and more especially newly admitted students of University of Calabar (UNICAL) that the UNICAL  matriculation date for 2020/2021 session has been announced.

UNICAL Matriculation Date

The University of Calabar has scheduled the Institution’s 43rd Matriculation Ceremony for Friday, October 29, 2021. According to a memo signed by the Registrar, Mr. Gabriel Egbe, the event which will hold at the Abraham Ordia Stadium in the UNICAL will commence at 10am prompt.

Consequently, Faculty/Institute Officers have been enjoined to ensure that matriculating students start the procession at 9am because the Vice Chancellor’s procession is billed to commence at 9:30am.

The memo further states that Friday, October 29, 2021, has been declared Lecture Free Day to enable all freshmen to participate fully in the ceremony.

Deans, Directors, and Heads of Department are to ensure strict compliance with the directive as approved by the Vice-Chancellor.

Members of the University community and the public are by this notification invited to attend the ceremony.

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