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UL GEARS UP TO HOST REGIONAL UNIVERSITIES CONFERENCE

The University of Liberia is vigorously preparing to host the 18th Annual Executive Board Meetings of the Regional Universities for Capacity Building in Agriculture (RUFORUM). The RUFORUM meetings are the first to be held in West Africa following its geographical expansion, in 2004, that included universities in Benin, Ivory Coast, Ghana, Liberia, Mali, Nigeria, Senegal, […]

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It’s Entrance Week at UL

This year, the UL Administration hit the ground running early. It’s our Centenary in terms of graduation. “This is no small matter,” to use President Weeks’ phrase. This means we can’t play catch-up. One group that wants to be on time is the UL Testing & Evaluation Center. The registration for the first exam started […]

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Centennial Gains Momentum

In 1951, before the University of Liberia came into existence, there already existed Liberia College, founded in 1862. But the formation of the Liberia College would not have been possible without a special group of benefactors called the Trustees of Donation for Education in Liberia (TDEL). TDEL provided the seed money that ensured the construction […]

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Encroachers, Beware!

The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) has formally written the Ministry of Justice to complain that some unscrupulous individuals, without any color of right, are in the constant habit of criminally trespassing on its land lying and situated at Fendall. The UL’s complaint follows a series of public service announcements currently airing on […]

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Effective And Coordinated Government-University Relations Is Pivotal To Strengthening Higher Institution Of Learning

The Vice President for University Relations at the nation’s premier university, the University of Liberia, Atty. Norris Tweah has stressed the importance of government-university relations in improving the quality of higher education in Liberia. Atty. Tweah challenged institutions of higher learning to align their goals and objectives to government development agenda if they must realize […]