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All Classes At UL Suspended Again, Until…

The Administration of the University of Liberia (UL) has, with immediate effect, suspended all classes at the undergraduate level.
The decision is in response to the violent disturbances on its Capitol Hill Campus and elsewhere resulting into serious bodily injuries to individuals as well as the destruction to university properties.
Classes remain suspended until further notice.
The UL Administration condemns, in the strongest possible terms, the violent disturbances and sincerely regrets the injuries sustained and the destruction of properties.
It has begun an investigation, and any student found in violation of the Revised UL Student Handbook would be penalized accordingly.
Meanwhile, the UL Administration is now consulting with all stakeholders regarding the continuation of the current semester, and therefore, solicits the cooperation and understanding of everyone, especially undergraduate students.
The Administration hereby assures faculty, students, and staff that concerns raised are being considered.

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