CU President Vows To Decentralize University Activities

The President of Cuttington University Dr. Harmon Brown has vowed to decentralize the Activity University across the County in an effort to create the opportunity for others who are in the rural areas.

According to the Cuttington University President, decentralizing the University across the Country will enable graduates of various high schools many of whom are desirous of acquiring higher education to prepare for the job market.

The Cuttington University President made the calls recently in Totota, Lower Bong County in continuation of his tour, which is meant to strengthen the relationship between the University and High Schools in the county.

According to our Correspondent, the CU President reaffirmed Students and School administrations the University’s commitment to providing scholarships to every dux of all of the High Schools in the County to attend Cuttington University up to BSC level.

Dr. Brown further said besides been a valedictorian, the first five 12th graders of every high school that will score the highest mark will be given scholarships to enroll at the University free of charge for the overall improvement of the education system in the country.

During the tour Dr. Brown again presented umbrellas to some schools administrators as a sign of appreciation for their high work in preparing their students for the University level, adding more of the students that come from these high schools can do well at the institution.

Dr. Brown further said students of the country will also have the opportunity to do their registration in various locations most especially Bong County where the college is been built in order to allow students access the university.

For their part, some of the students and administrators lauded the Cuttington University president for the steps taken to strengthen the relationship with high schools in the county.

They at the same time assured Dr. Brown that their schools will do all to ensure better academic excellence.

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