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AAU Acceptance Fee Payment And Registration Procedure For 2018/2019 Session

 

The Ambrose Alli University (AAU) Acceptance fee payment and  registration procedure for newly admitted candidates in the 2018/2019 academic session have been published.

All newly admitted students of Ambrose Alli University (AAU) are to follow the procedure to pay their acceptance fees and complete registration for the 2018/2019 academic session.

Below are the procedures for processing of admissions by fresh students:

  1. Check Admission Status
  2. Pay Acceptance fee.
  3. Check Clearance Status.
  4. Pay tuition, hostel accommodation fees e.t.c.
  5. Print out online generated Matriculation Number and other relevant documents.
  6. Register your courses.

Students are advised to collect their University receipt for acceptance, tuition and hostel accommodation fees from the University faculty accountants attached to their Faculties.

The following documents are to be submitted in a file to the office of the Dean of Students for physical clearance and collection of a FREE copy of the student information handbook:
(A) CHECK ADMISSION STATUS AND FIRST-TIME LOGIN

  1. Go to https://aaue.waeup.org and click “Check Admission”
  2. Enter ONLY your Jamb Registration Number, LAST-NAME (SURNAME) and click “submit”. If you have been offered Admission, A new “user name” and “password” will appear, copy them, click “Login” (located at the top right) enter your new “username” and “password” to start your CLEARANCE PROCESS (Please change your password after your first log in).
  3. After you login, Click “Change Portrait” to upload your passport and Click “Edit” to update your “email” and “Phone Number”.
  4. Click “Download Admission Letter” to Download/Print e-admission slip.

(B) CHECKING OF CLEARANCE STATUS:

Go to https://aaue.waeup.org click login, enter username and password e.g username = E2015171, password = 234052

Top right on the page shows clearance status with the following messages;

  1. Clearance requested: Check back again if you have NOT been cleared by the Clearance Officer.
  2. Clearance started: The clearance officer has sent you a message why you have not been cleared. To enter your correct details, Click ‘My Data’, —> Click ‘Clearance Data’, —>Click ‘Edit’, enter your correct details —> and click on ‘Save and request clearance’ at the bottom of the page.
  3. Cleared: If you have been cleared by the Clearance Officer; please proceed to pay your school fees.

(C) PAYMENT INSTRUCTION:

  1. Click “My Data” tab at the top of the Page, click “payments”.
  2. Click on the Add Online Payment Ticket button.
  3. Under Category: Select the appropriate payment item (i.e: acceptance fee or School fees).

(D) PAYMENT OPTIONS:

  1. CANDIDATES WITH ATM-ENABLED VERVE OR MASTER CARD FROM ANY COMMERCIAL BANK.
    1. Click on the Payment_ID of the ticket created.
    2. Click on ‘CollegePAY’ at top of your page. Confirmation page will appear to enable you cross-check your payment details. If ok, Click ‘Submit’ to proceed with the payment through Interswitch payment gateway. Select your card type (Verve or Master Card), enter your card details and click “Pay”. Note: Your CVV2 is the 3- digit number printed at the back of your card.
  2. CANDIDATES WITHOUT VERVE, VISA OR MASTER CARD (E-TRANZACT PAYMENT)
    1. Click on the Payment_ID of the ticket just created.
    2. Download and print the payment_slip (which you are to present to the teller at the designated bank outlet where cash payment is to be made). Logout from the portal and proceed to the bank.
    3. At the Bank, submit your portal ‘payment slip’ along with your cash deposit and the teller will provide you a print- out (e-Tranzact payment slip) with details of the payment just made including the e-Tranzact payment Confirmation Order Number – (PIN).
    4. Proceed to the internet and login again to: https://aaue.waeup.org.
    5. Select Payments from My Data tab at the top of the page.
    6. Click on the Payment_ID of the ticket you created earlier i.e. acceptance fee or School fees etc.
    7. Click on Query e-Tranzact History at top of your page.
    8. Enter your e-Tranzact Payment Confirmation Order Number (PIN) as printed on the slip provided to you at the bank.
    9. Click on submit to e-Tranzact to validate the cash payment made at the designated bank outlet.
    10. Download and print your payment slip for the session which you are to submit to the Bursar’s office for collection of the University’s receipt.

(E) ONLINE MATRICULATION NUMBER:

  1. After login as described above,
  2. Click ‘My Data’, click ‘Base Data’, and click ‘Get Matriculation Number’ (Matriculation number will automatically be assigned) only after the payment of all stipulated fees i.e. acceptance fee, school fees e.t.c.
  3. Click ‘Download matriculation number slip’ to download or print your matriculation slip.

(F) COURSE REGISTRATION:

  1. After login as described above, select study course from the My Data tab at the top of the page.
  2. Click on “Add course list” button.
  3. Click on “Create course list now” button.
  4. Click on “Edit course list” button to edit courses (“Add course ticket” or “Remove selected tickets” buttons to add or remove selected courses which you might have added in error).
  5. You can edit courses until you have registered all your courses for the session.
  6. Then click on the Register course list button to submit your courses.
  7. Download and print your course registration slip which you are to submit to your course adviser.

UNILAG: Newly-admitted Students Will Undergo Drug Test Before Registration

UNILAG: Newly-admitted Students Will Undergo Drug Test Before Registration (NAN) that the management of the institution will now screen it’s newly-admitted students of hard drugs before they will be allowed to go on with their registration. She made it known that, the school will not hesitate to withdraw the candidate’s admission if tested positive.

According to her; “This test is compulsory and will be administered on new students before they are allowed to go ahead with registration. Admission of any newly-admitted students who test positive for drug use shall be withdrawn. Our students must be seen to be good products not only of the institution, but also of the larger society. We want to ensure that we get students who will be willing to maintain peace, show leadership qualities and be law-abiding”

UNILAG Registration For Newly Admitted Students, 2018/2019 Announced

 

The The University of Lagos (UNILAG) 2018/2019 Merit Registration Exercise for all newly admitted UTME undergraduate candidates has been scheduled to hold from Monday, 22ndOctober to Friday, 9th November, 2018, in various faculties between 9:00a.m. and 3:00p.m. daily. Please note that candidates are to report by 8:30a.m.for the exercise.

All newly admitted candidates are advised to adhere strictly to the registration schedule and screening procedure as shown below:

  

SCREENING PROCEDURE

Stage 1:  Uploading of Documents

Login to the Unilag Students Portal (www.unilag.edu.ng  → students → student login) and fill the biodata form, print the Screening Form.  Students are expected to upload the underlisted documents while filling the Biodata form:

  • Birth Certificate
  • Letter of Reference
  • Testimonial from Secondary Schools attended
  • Certificate of State of Origin
  • JAMB Admission Letter
  • Previous Degree Certificate (DE Students)

 Stage 2:   Screening

(A) Proceed to the Faculty for registration as scheduled

(B) Submit four copies of the underlisted documents to the Registration Officer:

  1. Screening Form generated from Stage 1
  2. UTME Result Slip
  3. Unilag Post-UTME Result Slip
  4. O’ Level Result Certificate (WAEC/NECO) OR Statement of Result with an online version of the result
  5. Letter of Reference from a reputable Clergyman/Imam/Lawyer/Senior Civil Servant
  6. Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age
  7. Testimonial from Secondary Schools attended
  8. Certificate of State Of Origin
  9. JAMB Admission Letter
  10. Passport Photographs (12 Copies)

 Stage 3: Payment of Fees

  1. Generate pay advice
  2. Proceed to any bank to make payment

 Stage 4: Faculty/Departmental Registration

                 Proceed to the Faculty & Departments for further registration processes

IMPORTANT NOTICE

  • Impersonation is a serious offence and anybody found guilty of this will automatically forfeit his/her admission and may be handed over to Security Operatives.
  • DRUG USE: The University has zero tolerance for drug use; hence a compulsory test shall be conducted for all newly admitted students before or after registration.  The admission of newly admitted students that test POSITIVE TO DRUG USE shall be withdrawn.

UDUSOK Registration Procedure For 2018/2019 Session

All new and returning students of Usman Danfodiyo University, UDUSOK in the 2018/2019 academic session are required to observe the following activities in order to successfully complete their registration in the University.

  1. Payment of Acceptance and Screening Fees;
  2. Evidence of JAMB Admission;
  3. Evidence of University Admission
  4. Confirmation of Admission;

PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE AND SCREENING FEES

You are required to pay the sum of N5,000.00 as Acceptance Fee (N3,000) and Screening Fee (N2,000).

  1. Access the UDUS admission Portal (http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng);
  2. Click Check Admission
  3. Type your – JAMB/MATRIC Number in the space provided and click on Check Admission.

If you are admitted, the system will display a congratulatory message containing the Program you are offered. You will be required to provide GSM No and E-mail address at the bottom of the page. Please make sure you provide valid information as your evidence of payment will be sent to the email address you provided.

Click on the button Click to print payment invoice” to print your invoice. This will redirect you to the Remita website to generate and print the invoice.

You MUST print and pay the invoice before you can print your evidence of admission.

 

  1. Go to any bank of your choice with your invoice and make payment. Make sure:
  2. You obtain Remita receipt for your payment.
  3. The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt MUST match that of the Remita invoice.

Note:  Make sure you keep your invoice and receipt safely. You need them as part of documents required for confirmation.

PRINT EVIDENCE OF ADMISSION

You can only print your evidence of admission letter after your acceptance and screening fees payments have been verified. To verify your payment and print your admission letter:

  1. Access the UDUS admission portal (http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng);
  2. Click on Print Acceptance after payment link at the bottom of the screen;
  3. At the next page, enter your JAMB/MATRIC Number and click Verify. This will verify your payment.
  4. Once payment is verified OK, Click on Print Evidence of Admission to print your evidence of admission letter.

CONFIRMATION OF ADMISSION

You are required to come to the University for confirmation of your admission. Please note that until you are confirmed, you are not yet a student of the University. Before you come for confirmation, you are required to create an account on the University portal and come to the confirmation venue with the following documents:

  1. Evidence of JAMB admission. This you must print from the JAMB Portal.
  2. Evidence of payment of acceptance and screening fees (Remita receipt);
  3. Evidence of admission printed from the Portal;
  4. Originals of your credentials, including JAMB and WAEC/NECO or any o/level result;
  5. Ten passport photographs;
  6. Letter of Indigeneship from Local Govt.
  7. Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age
  8. Original JAMB Slip
  9. All fresh students are required to present to the University, at the time of Registration, a letter of reference from their Parents/Guardians or Persons of reputable standing in the society vouching for their good behaviour.

Creation of Account

In order to successfully create your personal account, you should readily have the followings:

  1. Electronic copy of your passport photograph (not more than 2mb). This MUST be of high quality on white background. Please note that this picture will appear in ALL your university records that require picture such as ID Card, Notification Letter, etc.
  2. Details about your date of birth;
  3. Details of your qualifications, including your JAMB/Matric number;
  4. Valid email address (if you do not have one, you should open it before proceeding and make sure you can access it);
  5. Valid GSM number;
  6. Electronic copy of your signature;
  7. Study programme offered to you by the University (this is contained in the evidence of admission you printed)

To create an account on MIS:

  1. Access the account creation page at http://admissions.udusok.edu.ng/.
  2. Click on Create account, this will open a “create new account” page for you to create an account.

Upon opening the page, you would be requested to enter the JAMB number with which you were offered admission, to confirm that you are an admitted student of UDUS. (Note any field that has asterisk “*” is required field and must be filled before the registration can be complete and successful).

Fill all information correctly, read through and proof read the information you have provided, then click the create new account button at the bottom of the screen to create and submit your information to the Portal.

Once the account is created successfully, a green message will be displayed at the top of the screen informing you about successful creation of the record. Your username and password will be displayed on the screen. Carefully record these details. Pay attention to case sensitivityYou need the username and password to log back into the Portal. Some details and additional instructions are sent to the email address you provided. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO RECORD YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND HAVE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS. YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO PRINT THIS PAGE.

REGISTRATION OF COURSES (ALL STUDENTS)

All students of the University are to complete the following registration of courses requirements:

  1. Payment of tuition fees;
  2. Registration of courses.

PAYMENT OF TUITION FEES

All students are required to pay their fees before they can continue with courses registration. If you are a new student, use the username and password you created during creation of account.

Returning students should use their existing login details. All students require UDUS and Remita invoices in order to complete their payment.

To pay your fees:

  1. Go to MIS portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng;
  2. Login with the username and password you created during account creation (if you are new student);
  3. At the top left side of the page Click on pay fees, this will list the fees items/prices for the programme you were confirmed;
  4. Click on Pay fee;
  5. Click Send Fee Details for Processingthis will generate your UDUS invoice;

Read the instructions on the displayed page to print your UDUS invoice;

  1. To print the Remita invoice, click on pay fees at the top left-hand side of the main page again;
  2. Click on Print Remita Invoice link on the displayed page. This will redirect you to Remita Payment Gateway platform;
  3. On the Remita page, click on “Print Invoice” link at the top right-hand side of the screen to print your invoice;
  4. Go to any bank of your choice with the invoice and make payment. Make sure:
    1. You obtain Remita receipt for your payment;
    2. The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt matches that of the Remita Invoice;

Verify Your Payment

In order to continue with registration, your payment must have been confirmed by the UDUS Portal. To confirm your payment;

  1. Log into the MIS Portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng using your username and password;
  2. Click on verify payment. This will open a “verify payment” page;
  3. A message will be displayed indicating whether your payment has been successfully verified or not.
  4. Once your payment has been successfully verified, you can proceed with registration of courses.

REGISTRATION OF COURSES

To register your courses;

  1. Log into the MIS Portal at http://mis.udusok.edu.ng;
  2. Click on Registration. This will open the “registration” page. The courses offered for your program at your level, including electives, if any, will be displayed
  3. Click on Submit at the bottom of the page to complete your registration.

Note:   1.     If you have not paid your fees or your payment was not successfully verified, you will not be able to register. The following message “you must pay your fees before course registration!” will be displayed.

2.         In case of any difficulty, contact your Faculty IT Support Staff or your Department.

You can view and print your registered courses as follows:

After login to the MIS at http://mis.udusok.edu.ng, click on My courses. This will open the “list of registered courses” page.

Enter the session to print in the box provided and click on Apply button. This will display the courses registered for the given session. You can then print the list.

ADD/DROP OF COURSES

The add/drop courses allow students to modify their registration of the current session. The following provide guidelines for adding/dropping of courses:

  1. You must have registered courses for the session before you can add/drop courses.
  2. Students can add or drop courses anytime during normal registration or within the first two weeks of the second semester.
  3. Students can add/drop courses of the current session as well as previously unregistered courses, subject to maximum and minimum units of registration for the program.
  4. Students can add/drop courses on their own as long as registration is not closed. Once registration is closed, adding or dropping of courses require:
  5. Payment of add/drop fees;
  6. Filling of add/drop form and obtaining approval of the Department;
  7. Adding/dropping by designated staff of the Department and/or IT Support Staff of the Faculty.

In case of students dropping courses as a result of previously missing grades, no add/drop fees will be charged.

To add/drop courses when registration is not closed;

  1. Log into the portal http://mis.udusok.edu.ng using your username and password;
  2. Click on add/drop link and follow the instructions on the screen.

To add/drop courses after close of registration;

  1. Generate add/drop invoice;
  2. Pay the fees and obtain remita receipt;
  3. Obtain and fill add/drop form(s);
  4. Get the approval of your department;
  5. Submit the form to your department or Faculty IT Support Staff.

UNIBEN Admission List, 2018/2019 Out – Check Yours

UNIBEN Admission List for the 2018/2019 academic session is now out on the school portal. All candidates who applied for admission in the university are hereby advised to proceed to check their admission status on the school’s website.

Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status;

How To Check UNIBEN Admission List

  • Candidates are to visit: https://uniben.waeup.org/login
  • Provide your Username and Password in the required Columns
  • Click on Login and proceed to view your admission status

Candidates are also advised to check for their admission status on the JAMB website and click”ACCEPT” or “REJECT” to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer.

NB : Clicking”REJECT” is an indication that the offer of admission has been rejected by candidates

Congratulations to all admitted candidates!

UNILORIN Admission List, 2018/2019 Out On JAMB CAPS

UNILORIN Admission List for the 2018/2019 academic session has been made available on JAMB’s Website. Candidates can check their admission status on JAMB CAPS.

This is to inform all candidates who applied for admission in University of Ilorin, (UNILORIN)  and participated in the Post-UTME Screening that the UNILORIN Admission List has been made available on JAMB CAPS.

Candidates are therefore advised to check for their admission status on the JAMB website and click”ACCEPT” or “REJECT” to indicate acceptance or rejection of the admission offer.

NB : Clicking”REJECT” is an indication that the offer of admission has been rejected by candidates

KWASU Notice To All Newly Admitted Students, 2018/2019 Yet To Pay Their Fees

This is to inform all candidates admitted into Kwara State University, Malete, for the 2018/2019 Academic Session who have not paid their full school fees or registered to do so on or before Wednesday, 17th October, 2018, failing which may lead to forfeiture of admission in KWASU.

It should be noted that the University’s policy does not allow for refund of part-payment of school fees or any other fees paid into the University’s Account.

All affected candidates are hereby advised to adhere strictly to the above directive to avoid forfeiting their admission.

DELSU Direct Entry Admission List, 2018/2019 Out

Delta State University Direct Entry admission List for the 2018/2019 academic session has been released. Candidates who applied for Direct Entry admission in Delta state university, Abraka and participated in the screening exercise can proceed to check if they have been offered admission.

The names of admitted candidates have been uploaded online and it’s now available on the school’s website. Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status.

How To Check DELSU Admission List

Good luck!

ANSU 2nd Batch Post-UTME Screening 2018/2019 Announced

Anambra State University 2nd batch Post-UTME Screening for 2018/2019 academic session has been announced. Chukwuemeka Odumegwu Ojukwu, formerly Anambra State University (ANSU), hereby invites 2018 Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) candidate, who chose the university as first choice university and scored 170 or above in the 2018 UTME Post Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (P-UTME) Exercise.

The vacant departments for application are: Urban & Regional Planning, Estate Management, Environmental Management, Mechanical Engineering, Civil Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Animal Science, Crop Science, Fishery, Education Programs, Maths & Statistics.

METHOD OF REGISTRATION:

Candidates are required to register on-line, on payment of the Screening Fee of Two Thousand Naira (N2,000.00) only, at any branch of these designated banks: Fidelity Bank Plc, Zenith Bank Plc and Eco Bank Plc.

Candidates are required to further do the following:

  • Pay at any branch of these Banks: Fidelity Bank Plc, Zenith Bank Plc and Eco Bank Plc. Access PIN code for authorized login into the University portal will be issued to candidates following payment at the banks listed above.
  • Upload their recent Passports photographs, Senior School Certificate Examination Results JAMB UTME Result slips, Email and GSM numbers while completing the online registration. click here to register

Candidates who fail to upload their SSCE Results, UTME Result slips, GSM Numbers, Email and Passport photographs on their registration form shall be disqualified from the screening process. click here to register

Candidates who had registered for the first batch Screening Exercise should not re-register, as their data had been captured by the University.

Candidates are also required to upload their O’level Results in the JAMB portal immediately if you have not done so, Else you will not be considered for Admission by JAMB.

The window for Online Registration for the second batch Screening Exercise shall close at midnight, on Sunday, 14th October,2018. Candidate shall be notified of the result of the Screening Exercise online, as soon as the admission process is completed. Please contact the following GSM number: 08060378049 or send your problem to this email ictportalsupport@coou.edu.ng in case of any login problem or visit the ICT Unit of the University. click here to register. Visit this Link to log in Your problems to create tickets for resolution. www.teneceschoolsupport.com

IMO STATE UNIVERSITY Admission List 2018/2019 Out On School Portal

IMSU Admission list for 2018/2019 academic session has been released on the school portal. All aspirants who applied for the 2018/2019 academic session are hereby informed that the full merit list has been uploaded in the school portal.

Applicants are advised to go and check their admission status on the school’s website. Candidates are to follow the procedure below to check their admission status on the school’s website.

How To Check IMSU Admission List

  • Visit www.imsu.edu.ng
  • Scroll to the prospective students’ session
  • Click on admission status
  • Enter reg number and select academic year..
  • Generate an invoice and proceed to the bank
  • After paying to the bank, you can then check your admission status

Note: The admission checking PIN is sold at IMSU Microfinance Bank, Imo State Microfinance Bank, UBA, Zenith bank for N1, 200

Congrats to all the admitted students

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