3833 Unisma new students attended the opening of online and offline  new student campus life orientation on Wednesday (30/9) yesterday.

Unisma’s rector, Prof. Dr. H. Maskuri, M.Si, when officially opening of the new student campus life orientation for the Academic Year 2020-2021, gave the spirit of nationalism, multiculturalism and the spirit of Islam as Rahmatan Lil Alamin (A mercy to all creation) in his speech.

Prof. Maskuri said that globalization has shaped a very complex human life. One another opens to each other, not only in Indonesia but all over the world. “This spurs us to be better and better,” he said to 3833 new students.

Furthermore, the rector of Unisma said that globalization is marked by the characteristics of a scientific, critical and rational society. For this reason, Unisma students are trained to equip them qualified literacy and research skills.

One of the efforts of Unisma is by reconstructing the curriculum, gearing students to possess superior competence, character and an entrepreneurial spirit.

Meanwhile, new students expressed their joy to be able to join and become part of the Unisma community. Dewi Wulan, a student from Sulawesi, feels proud to be a student at this leading  Nahdhatul Ulama (NU) campus.

A similar feeling was expressed by Tanzil Ilham, a student from West Java who said that” Unisma is the best and most modern Islamic campus which  was founded by Islamic scholars with its popular jargon  “From NU to Indonesia and World Civilization”, “he said proudly.

Vice rector III of Unisma, Dr. Ir. H. Badat Muwakhid, MP, explained that new student campus life orientation is to instill new students’ awareness of the nation to defend  the country and care for the environment as well as to introduce them to Unisma learning education system and universities in general.

Beside that, it also introduces campus life and  campus administration to student programs. “In this agenda, the new students are also  introduced to self-management as a friendly, creative, innovative, independent and dignified student,” he explained.