UL Remains Open, Urges All Employees To Continue NormalAcademic and Administrative Work

Capitol Hill, June 16, 2024 | The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) hereby advises all
full-time and part-time employees to continue performing all academic and administrative duties to
ensure a successful conclusion to the current academic semester — in keeping with the revised
academic calendar.
Toward achieving this goal, the UL Administration informs all stakeholders, staff, students, and the
general public of the continuation of its normal working and academic activities including teaching
and learning on all campuses of the University.
The UL Administration is convinced that any move to the contrary is intended to sabotage and
undermine the planned launch of the University of Liberia Doctoral Studies/Programs, scheduled for
this Wednesday, June 19, as well as would have the consequential effect of interfering with the
University final exams’ schedule and its pending 104th Commencement Convocation, also scheduled
to run from August 5 — 17, 2024.
Expected to attend and formally launch the first terminal degree program at the University of Liberia
is His Excellency Joseph Nyuma Boakai, Sr., President of the Republic of Liberia and Visitor of the
University of Liberia.
Several high profile guests and dignitaries have also been invited to grace the auspicious and historic
terminal degree launch, including development partners, the Commission on Higher Education, the
Association of Liberian Universities, among others.
Accordingly, the UL Administration encourages all legally employed faculty to continue their regular
activities on the University campuses and reminds them that all unauthorized absence without excuse
for ten working days is tantamount to resignation.

Cllr. Norris L. Tweah
Vice President for UL R

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