Posted by admin ~ 4:15PM - 27 Sep 2018
CANDIDATES OFFERED PROVISIONAL ADMISSION INTO THE DELTA STATE UNIVERSITY THROUGH UTME FIRST BATCH (MERIT LIST) FOR 2018/2019 ACADEMIC SESSION
You applied for admission through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination and was successful at the Screening Exercise. You have been offered Provisional Admission to the 100 level (UTME) courses indicated against your names at the Delta State University, Abraka for the 2018/2019 academic session.
Consequently, you are required to make immediate payment of fees in full including the non-refundable acceptance fee of Thirty Thousand (N30,000.00) for Indigene and Forty Thousand Naira (N40,000.00) for Non- indigene and tender the evidence at the point of clearance in the Faculties.
You are advised to come along with the following items/documents for the Clearance Exercise starting IMMEDIATELY and would last for two weeks.
a. Evidence of payment of Acceptance fees
b. Original JAMB Admission Letter (You can easily get this at GT Concepts inside Law Faculty, Oleh Campus.
c. Original UTME Notification of Results
d. SSCE/GCE/NECO, etc. Statement of Result (Original and five photocopies) computer printout of private candidates SSCE result duly Certified and stamped by the Principal (Original and five photocopies).
e. Letter of reference from a reputable Clergyman/Imam/ Lawyer/Senior Civil Servants (Original and five photocopies)
f. Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age (Original and five photocopies).
g. Local Government of Origin or State of Origin Certificate.
h. School testimonial (Original and five photocopies).
i. Passport photographs with red background (12 copies) with one passport on the file and two passports on only the clearance form.
j. All candidates who obtained their entry qualifications, i.e. WASC, GCE, NECO, etc, on or before 2013 must tender the original of their certificates.
k. The use of affidavit in lieu of Statement of result and correction of names will not be accepted.
l. University Health Centre Medical Card.
It should be noted that any candidate who fails to show up for the Clearance Exercise within the stipulated period (TWO WEEKS) would be deemed to have rejected the offer and therefore the offer would lapse.
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