PLU Welcomes Over 300 New Students for New Semester
During the orientation, Professor Kaphesi urged the students to focus on their academic development by choosing the right courses, managing their time wisely, attending classes consistently.
LILONGWE, Malawi— Pentecostal Life University (PLU) in Lilongwe welcomed over 300 new students who are enrolling in various undergraduate and postgraduate courses for the January-June semester, writes Clement Magombo.
The incoming students were greeted at a special new student orientation session attended by top university officials, including Professor Elias Kaphesi, the PRO Vice Chancellor (Academic), and Dr. Austine Owen Luhanga, the Vice Chancellor (Finance & Administration).
"This will be a transformative year of growth and learning for our new students," Kaphesi said.
During the orientation, Kaphesi urged the students to focus on their academic development by choosing the right courses, managing their time wisely, attending classes consistently, and completing assignments in a timely manner.
Dr. Luhanga gave the key opening remarks.
The orientation concluded with new student registration and a campus tour to familiarize them with the university's classrooms, library, cafeteria, and other facilities.
PLU offers both undergraduate and graduate degree programs in fields such as business, journalism and communication, and theology.
The university prides itself on providing a values-based education centered on Christian principles and community service.
University administrators say they are excited to welcome this motivated group of young scholars.
The new semester at PLU begins on January 22.
*Edited by Winston Mwale