THE administration office of the Solomon Islands National University (SINU) is being flooded again as the institution prepares to start another academic year.
Both continuing and new students are queuing up for registration this week.
The Solomon Star witness the rush before academic classes begins on February 2.
Pro-vice chancellor Academic, Professor Basil Marasinghe earlier appealed to those with outstanding school fees to settle their dues during registration.
“This is because most of the continuing students have dues and it must be settled this week before classes start next month.”
He said for new ones, they must pay up their first term fees before they are allowed into classrooms.
By LESLEY SANGA