Students of University of Jos who fail to complete their registration by June 11, 2023 will be deemed to have forfeited their studentship, and not to be considered as students of the institution irrespective of their level of study, said the authority of the University.
This is contained in a release signed by the Senior Deputy Registrar, Information and Publication, University of Jos, Abdullahi Abdullahi.
The University, as well, has approved extension of payment of registration charges for students of the University who have yet to pay their school charges for the 2020/2021 academic session.
According to Abdullahi, the extension which takes effect from Wednesday May 31 and lasts until June 11, requires all affected students to pay the additional sum of N10,000 as penalty for late registration apart from the normal N45,000 school charges.
Students are requested to log in to their personal student’s dashboard from where they will be directed on how to make necessary payments during which the school portals will be opened.
However, all students are strongly advised to be wary of unsolicited approaches from fraudsters under the guise of rendering assistance to enable them register.
“They should also avoid patronising road side business centres for any transaction pertaining to University of Jos, as the institution will not be held liable for any breach in such transaction,” said the authority.
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