The Acting Vice Chancellor, Professor Okechuku Onuchuku, on behalf of the Senate and Management of the University, warmly welcome all students to the second semester of the 2021/2022 academic session. Lectures for the second semester commenced for all levels of undergraduate students on Monday 23rd, May, 2022. It is expected that students will dedicate quality time to their studies in order to achieve their desired aim.
Sequel to the resumption of academic activities in the University, all students are advised to note the following and act appropriately.
– The University portal is open for payment of fees/charges. The approved 30% surcharge for late payment now applies to levels 200 to 400 undergraduate students and Postgraduate who failed to pay at least the first instalment of their fees and registered in the first semester.
-However, the 30% surcharge is not applicable to all students who paid at least the first instalment of their fees and registered for the first semester of the 2021/2022 session. Such students are to proceed to pay the second instalment of their fees and complete their registration for the second semester.
-Also note that the above information is not applicable to fresh candidates who failed to pay at least the first instalment of their fees during the first semester, as the portal is totally closed for them.
-All undergraduate students who failed to pay their fees up to the current second semester of the 2021/2022 academic session will not be eligible to write the GNS Examination, Compulsory CBT based examinations for years 3 and 4 or view their results from the Result Management System (RMS).
-Students should note that the portal for students’ registration has been programmed in an orderly protocol that is NO FEES BYPASS. All outstanding fees must be paid before further access can be granted. Students should also remember to update their bio-data in the University Portal after semester registration.
-Finally all students should take notice that the 30% surcharge for late payment and registration for the 2021/2022 session is not an increase in fees/charges, please.
The Acting Vice Chancellor wishes all students God’s blessings during their academic journey in the second semester.
K. H. Kue-Ikoro (Mrs.)