UNILORIN 2012/2013 PostGraduate Admission RegistrationProcedures

Education

PROCEDURE FOR REGISTRATION FOR OVERDUE
POSTGRADUATE STUDENTS
Postgraduate students that have
overstayed should please follow the
following instructions to either regularize /
reactivate their studentship or have their
results processed.
Category 1: Students that have been given
a waiver i.e. Students who may have
finished their course works but results
have not been processed from the various
Departments to the PG school but are
ready to complete the processing of the
results:
1. Report at your Department/ Faculty to
collect information on last session of
registration
2. Proceed to Bursary Department where
total amount due for payment will be
worked out and a statement of total fees to
be paid issued to you.
3. Make payment on the PG portal with an
ATM card using General Payment after login
Category 2: Students wishing to reactivate
studentship: Students whose results are
yet to be processed to Senate
• Report at your Department to determine if
your result has been processed to senate
• If result is yet to be processed, go to
Bursary where the total amount due for
payment is determined and a statement
issued to you
• Wait for 24 hours for online payment to
be enabled
• Make payment on the PG portal with an
ATM card using General Payment after login
Students whose results have been
processed to Senate
• If result has been processed to senate, go
to Academic Support Services (ASS) for
information on your Certificate
• Go to Bursary where total amount due for
payment will be worked out and a
statement of total fees to be paid issued to
you.
• Wait for 24 hours for online payment to
be enabled
• Make payment on the PG portal with an
ATM card using General Payment after login.
We wish all applicants good luck. We will
provide you with updates as soon as we
have more. Go to unilorin.edu.ng

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