The University of Ilorin, during its 31st convocation ceremony which coincided with the 40th anniversary of the institution graduated a total number of 6,710 students.

According to the Vice Chancellor, Professor Abdulganiyu Ambali, 1,392 bagged Second Class (Upper Division), 2,884 got Second Class (lower division), adding that 932 were awarded Third Class while 82 got Pass.

While speaking on the issue of admission quota the Vice Chancellor said, “We want to improve access to education, but we can’t compromise quality. Also, the NUC is the body controlling the admission. We have to abide by the rules set. There are other good universities in the country. I can only assure parents that the Federal Government will increase facilities that will enable us to admit more students.”