UPDATE II – UNIVERSITY HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION

UPDATE II – UNIVERSITY HOSTEL ACCOMMODATION

Please note the following in relations to your applications for accommodation:

  • The University has approximately 5645 bed spaces in total to accommodate over 15,000 students.
  • It is practically impossible to accommodate every student desiring accommodation on campus.
  • The acute accommodation problem is made worse by the total collapse of Zik’s Flats Hostels which ordinarily will accommodate all the first year students and Mbanefo hostel that would have taken up to 1,064 students.
  • The available bed spaces have been rationed as follows:-

1st Year students     –           40%

Final year students            –           25%

Others years            –           35%

  • All bed space allocation is strictly ON-LINE and on First come First Serve basis.
  • Issues resulting from defaulting students (those who did not pay within the 3 days window after generation of invoice) are being resolved.

 

 

Professor Peter A. Aka

Dean of Students


GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE FEE FOR JUPEB STUDENTS

JOINT UNIVERSITIES PRELIMINARY EXAMINATIONS BOARD

GUIDELINES FOR PAYMENT OF ACCEPTANCE FEE FOR JUPEB STUDENTS

Kindly find below the guidelines for payment of acceptance fees. Please follow the steps diligently and complete the process. Further details for payment of school fees and registration shall be communicated within the week.

Thanks for your patience and understanding.

Process for paying Acceptance Fees for JUPEB Program

  1. Log on to the University Portal-www.unnportal.edu.ng
  2. Under prospective students, click on GENERATE JUPEB ACCEPTANCE INVOICE
  3. Select Session and Enter your Surname
  4. Print Invoice and pay at the bank.
  5. Go back to the portal and log in online.

 

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Professor Aloysius-Michaels Okolie

Programme Coordinator


Join us this World AIDS Day, 1st December 2015 and… Put A Ribbon On It

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Join us this World AIDS Day, 1st December 2015 and… Put A Ribbon On It

 

… as evidence of your solidarity to the fight against HIV and AIDS, and our recommitment to ending the epidemic as we have just done with polio in Nigeria.

To mark this year WAD, there will be FREE HIV testing and counseling for everyone by CCCRN.

Date – Monday 30th November at Youth Friendly Resource Center Conference Hall, Students’ Multi-purpose Center, UNN; Time: 10am

Come and know your status and take control of your life.

Knowing your status also qualifies you for a game show coming up later. Don’t miss your opportunity of winning fabulous prizes