|Welcome to Compro
Officially, the next version of Compro Online has begun: Compro Online: Revolution! (12/10)
Revolution marks the end of classic ASP development of Compro Online; going forward, all developments on the site would be ASP.NET
Compro Online Scholarship Fund
The overarching idea behind this Fund
(apart from honoring the memory of Abiola Taiwo Adegeye, who
inspired the concept of this site) is the celebration
and investment in the softer resources of Compro: the students
who will not only go on and become successful adults but reach
back and help those coming behind them.
If you would like to help, please make a donation. Thanks.
Synopsis on Compro Online
Compro Online's Purpose:
Allow for greater interaction and inter-networking amongst Compronians,
regardless of their geographical location, with an aim of uplifting
Compro, while simultaneously advancing one another's collective
Use and Administration:
- Compro Online is for the use of alumni, students, faculty,
and friends of Compro; everyone's contribution makes the
site what it is.
- The website designer and developer [Oladimeji
Alade ('92)] and the website administrators [Kayode
Kunrunmi ('92) and
Olajoke Alade ('92)] manage and administer the site.
The cost of running Compro Online is fully borne by its developer,
Oladimeji Alade ('92).
Relationship with Alumni Associations:
- Compro Online helped initiate both the planning and
establishment of 2 alumni organizations: AACHSA in the United
States and Compronians UK in the United Kingdom.
- Compro Online currently works in concert with both AACHSA
and Compronians UK in the mobilization of alumni to uplift
- Compro Online, however, maintains a distinct and separate
identity from these organizations (AACHSA and Compronians
UK) as defined by its purpose (touched on earlier) and founding
This site is dedicated to the memory of Abiola Taiwo
('92), for whom, in search of, this site was
conceived and resultantly spawned Compro Online.
♥...There is a friend that sticketh closer than
-Proverbs 18:24 (KJV)
Taiwo, you forever live in our hearts.
Food for Thought
"It is a miracle that curiosity survives formal education.