During an interaction with journalists, Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Mohammed Akaro revealed that over a hundred students have been expelled by the institution.
No fewer than 113 students of the Nasarawa State University have been dismissed over fake results.
The students were caught with the fake documents between 2014 and 2017, the institution said.
The Vice Chancellor of the university, Professor Mohammed Akaro, while answering questions from journalists ahead of the fifth combined convocation ceremony of the institution, said that about 76 first class students were among the graduates.
According to him, over 30,000 graduates are to be awarded degrees ranging from bachelors, post graduate diplomas, masters, and doctorate degrees in the various disciplines of study being offered by the institution.
Akaro said that out the 45 academic programmes approved by the National University Commission, 44 have full accreditation status while adding that efforts were on to get nine additional programmes accredited.