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NSUK Fresh & Returning Undergraduate Students Registration Procedure for 2017/18 Session

NSUK Fresh & Returning Undergraduate Students Registration Procedure for 2017/18 Session

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi, NSUK fresh and returning undergraduate students registration procedure for the 2017/2018 academic session.

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This is to inform all the fresh and stale undergraduate students of the Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK), that the management has released the registration procedure for the 2017/2018 academic session.

NSUK Fresh Students Registration Procedure.

See : NSUK Admission List.

Registration Period:  2nd January, 2018 to 19th January, 2018.

  1. Steps for Screening

a. Data Capture

On Arrival, the admitted candidate will proceed to www.nsuk.edu.ng, under NSUK PORTAL tab, Select UNDERGRADUATE PORTAL, wait for the page to load, and then select “NEW APPLICANT”.   There are two options, “UTME” and “DE”. Select your category as required. At this point you will be required to verify your Admission using your UTME/DE Number and filling the necessary details as may be required. Kindly provide valid email address and phone number as this will be used for password reset/retrieval when forgotten. At the point of submission, you will have an “APPLICANT ID” attached to you.

Note: Returning candidate should login by selecting UNDERGRADUATE PORTAL on NSUK PORTAL TAB, and select “APPLICANT LOGIN”.

b. Payment for Acceptance Fee

Under NSUK PORTAL tab, Select UNDERGRADUATE PORTAL, wait for the page to load, and then select “APPLICANT LOGIN”. Enter your email address and password (the one specified while creating account). Click on accept admission, you will be required to pay a total of N10,300.00k via “REMITA PLATFORM”. You have the options to pay with any of the following: Mastercard, Visa Card, Verve Card, and Bank Branch. Select accordingly and provide card details and other details as it may be required. For Bank Branch payment, you will be required to generate an invoice containing the RRR code and take it to any of the following banks: Diamond, Ecobank, UBA, Keystone, Skye, Unity, FCMB, Zenith, First Bank, ask to pay through Remita Platform. After payment is made, wait a little and return to the website to print your Admission Letter and Screening Form.

c. Result Verification: Proceed to the Academic Office with the screening form and your credentials for certificate verification.

d, Departmental Screening/Faculty Screening: Proceed to the Head of Department and Faculty Officer for screening using the verified results.

e. Final Clearance: A compiled list is sent to Academic Office where you are “CLEARED” to pay School Fees.

Note: if you are changing course do not proceed for this final clearance. Once you are cleared and School Fees paid, you can no longer Change Course.

f. Change of Course/Programme

If you desire to change course, make sure you do not pay school fees. In your Applicant Portal, make a request for change of course, pay the required fees and on successful payment, download the change of course form and take it for signing. Once this is approved by the registrar, you will be changed accordingly by the Academic Office and you can reprint a new Admission Letter and Screening Form for the New Programme and you repeat step “d”, and “e” again.

  1. Paying of School Fees

Return to NSUK PORTAL TAB on www.nsuk.edu.ng, select Undergraduate Portal, then “APPLICANT LOGIN”. Enter your “email address” and “Password”. Select Pay School Fees and choose an option on Remita. This payment follows the same pattern as in Step “b” above. Once your payment is completed, a Matriculation Number is automatically generated for you alongside an OTP (One Time Password) which is required as Password in the next step.

Note: You will be required to pay additional fees of Portal Access and Internet Charges = N5,000 alongside the Transaction fees

  1. Profile Update and Course Form Registration

Still on www.nsuk.edu.ng , click on NSUK PORTAL TAB, and select “Undergraduate Portal”. On the interface, select “STUDENT LOGIN”, enter the “Matriculation Number” generated above alongside the OTP (One Time Password) which you will be required to change. Update your profile by clicking on my Profile (very important). Click on “My Course Registration Tab” and select “Current Session Course Registration” to register your courses. Then download and make four(4) copies for signing. On “My Fee Tab”, you can reprint your School Fees Receipt/Invoices at anytime. On “My Downloads tab” you are expected to download your Student Information Form (SIF).

Late Registration: 22nd– 26th January, 2018. (Additional Fees of N5,000.00k):

Please note that the Portal will be closed by mid night 26th January, 2018 and students will only be able to check registered courses. Any add and drop of courses must be done within this registration period. Failure to register within this registration period will amount to forfeiting the Academic Session.

NSUK Returning Students Registration Procedure.

Registration Period:  2nd January, 2018 to 19th January, 2018.

All spill-over students should also make sure they register within this period as no further registration will be allowed after this period.

Steps for Registration

  1. How to Login to Undergraduate Portal

Student on arrival should visit; www.nsuk.edu.ng, under NSUK PORTAL tab, Select UNDERGRADUATE PORTAL, wait for the page to load, then Select the “STUDENT LOGIN”.  You will be required to login with your “Matriculation Number” and “Password”. For all returning students, you will use the “PIN” on your last Session School Fees Receipt as “Password”. This will serve as a OTP(One Time Password) and you will be required to change this to a Password of your choice.

When this is successful, you have to edit your profile and provide a valid email address and phone number alongside other details as necessary. Note that for subsequent retrieval of “Password” if forgotten, you will need either your email address or phone number for this purpose.

  1. Paying School Fees

Still on your User Account, click on the “My Fee Tab”, and select “Pay School Fee”. Select the Academic Session, in this case: 16/17. Click on fee details, you will be required to pay the amount on your invoice alongside N4,000.00k as Portal and Internet Charge and N300.00K as Transaction Charge via “REMITA PLATFORM”. You have the options to pay with any of the following: Mastercard, Visa Card, Verve Card, and Bank Branch. Select accordingly and provide card details and other details as it may be required. For Bank Branch payment, you will be required to generate an invoice containing the RRR code and take it to any of the following banks: Diamond, Ecobank, UBA, Keystone, Skye, Unity, FCMB, Zenith, First Bank, ask to pay through Remita Platform. After payment is made, wait a little and return to the website to print School Fees Receipt.

      3. Course Form Registration

Still on your User Account, under my course tab, select “Current Session Course Registration”. Register your courses accordingly and print the required copies.

Late Registration:  (Additional Fees of N5,000.00k):

Please note that the Portal will be closed by mid night 26th January, 2018 and students will only be able to check registered courses. Any add and drop of courses must be done within this registration period. Failure to register within this registration period will amount to forfeiting the Academic Session.

See also: NSUK Academic Calendar for 2017/2018 Session

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FG Establishes Earthquake Observatory Centre In NSUK

FG Establishes Earthquake Observatory Centre In NSUK

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Following the recent reports of earth tremor in the Federal Capital Territory, Abuja, Federal Government has selected Nasarawa State University, Keffi to host an seismological station that will monitor and predict incidents of earth quakes.

FG Establishes Earthquake Observatory Centre In NSUK

The Federal Government delegation from Nigerian Geological Survey Agency (NGSA) led by a Consultant from the Agency, Prof. A. A. Adepelumi, disclosed this moments ago while briefing the Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed in his office.

Prof. Adepelumi said the exercise is “an urgent national assignment that needs to be in place within the next 48 hours”.

He therefore requested from the Acting Vice Chancellor a space for the installation of seismological equipment to help monitor and proffer rapid response for earth quakes within the FCT.

The Consultant also disclosed that the agency will train some staff of the University that will man the Observatory Station who will, “from time to time transmit rhythms and data” of any incident of unusual beneath the earth activities.

The Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed, instantly directed the Physical Planning Unit (PPU) to earmark a location suitable for the facility and make ready within the next 48 hours.

He thanked the Federal Government for choosing the University for such an important development, and assured of management’s support to realize the objectives of the Agency.

Other experts in the delegation include, a Director from NGSA, Mr. Nelson Amangele, a member of the Committee Prof. Charles Ofoegbu and Prof. Abu Mallam.

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) Admission Fraud Alert : Beware of Fraudulent Syndicate Demanding for Money

Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) Admission Fraud Alert : Beware of Fraudulent Syndicate Demanding for Money

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi, NSUK admission fraud alert for the general public and most especially prospective students.

NSUK Fraud Alert

Information reaching the Management of Nasarawa State University, Keffi indicates that a fraudulent syndicate is demanding payment from candidates seeking admission into the University.

The fraudster who goes by the name, Dr. Theresa Okon, claims to be an admission “Coordinator” of this university with the Guarantee Trust Bank account number: 042153760, mobile numbers: 08156843539, 08144407740 and email address: [email protected]

The Management of Nasarawa State University, Keffi, hereby disassociate itself from the said “Admission Coordinator”.

Nasarawa State University, Keffi has neither a certain Dr. Theresa Okon in its employ nor a position referred to as “Admission Coordinator’.
The University DOES NOT demand payment of any kind from candidates before given admission.

Candidates and parents are WARNED against falling victims to this fraudster or any other person(s) disguising for the university.

You are hereby advised to report anyone making such financial demands to the University Management for appropriate actions.

Signed:
Management

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NSUK To Adopt Whistle-blowing Policy In Its Fight Against Unethical Conduct of Lecturers

NSUK To Adopt Whistle-blowing Policy In Its Fight Against Unethical Conduct of Lecturers

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK)is set to adopt whistle-blowing policy, where students can confidentially report incidents of sexual harassment, extortions, sale of grades and others unethical conducts of some lecturers.

NSUK To Adopt Whistle-blowing Policy In Its Fight Against Unethical Conduct of Lecturers

Students of Nasarawa State University, Keffi has been called upon to support the present administration’s reform efforts, especially in its fight against unethical behaviours by some lecturers, who sexually harass students and engage in sale of grades.

The Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed, made the call when he received members of the National Association of Nigerian Students (NANS) led by the President, Comrade Bamidele Danielson Akpan, on Friday, 22nd March, 2019 in Keffi.

Prof. Suleiman said management will collaborate with the Students’ Union Government (SUG) through implementation of a whistle-blowing policy, where students can confidentially report incidents of sexual harassment, extortions, sale of grades and others unethical conducts of some staff.

The Acting Vice Chancellor said immoral behaviours and unethical conducts can no longer be tolerated, charging the students to lead the vanguard of management reform programmes so as to institute a virile and functional university system.

“You will agree with me that the students are the most critical stakeholder in the University system. We solicit for your support for the reforms we are doing.

“We are open to your suggestion and ready to accede when you have superior argument”, he promised.

Earlier, NANS President Comrade Bamidele Danielson Akpan, who is a student of the University, said the visit was to present to the Acting Vice Chancellor a brand new bus donated to the Association by the Abia State Governor, Dr. Okezie Victor Ikpeazu, for his “fatherly blessings”.

The NANS President briefed the Acting Vice Chancellor on the programmes and projects he intends to initiate in partnership with the private sector, promising to kick start the project from NSUK – being the National Secretariat of NANS.

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We’re Reviewing School Fees To Make Education Affordable For Everyone, Says NSUK Acting VC

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We’re Reviewing School Fees To Make Education Affordable For Everyone, Says NSUK Acting VC

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Nasarawa State University, Keffi (NSUK) management is reviewing school fees to make education affordable for everyone.

NSUK Reviewing School Fees To Make Education Affordable For Everyone

The Acting Vice Chancellor, Prof. Suleiman Bala Mohammed, has constituted a committee to review school fees regime of Nasarawa State University, Keffi to enable indigent citizens have access to quality education.

This was revealed on Friday, 29th March, 2019 during the Orientation/Matriculation Ceremony for the newly admitted Postgraduate students of the University held at the PG Auditorium.

Represented by the Dean, Students Affairs, Dr. Abdullahi Modibbo, the Acting Vice Chancellor said one of reasons for the review of the fees is to eliminate all forms of multiple charges arising from departments and faculties.

He said once the review of the school fees is completed, less privileged citizens, who are willing to earn University education can afford to do so.

Prof. Suleiman also told the new students that Nasarawa State University, Keffi is presently partnering with private developers to provide lodging accommodations and hotels for students.

He congratulated the new students, admonishing them shun all forms of social vices, especially examination misconduct, plagiarism, cultism as any one caught in the acts will be severely dealt with in accordance with the University’s rules and regulations.

The Registrar of the University, Bala I. Ahmed II, warned the new intakes against taking laws into their hands, advising them to ensure that they do the right thing at all times to avoid ugly consequences.

Earlier, the Dean, School of Postgraduate Studies, Prof. Olayemi Akinwumi, gave a timeline of the postgraduate school, saying it has grown exponentially since 2004 to be ranked second only to the University of Ibadan in the whole of Nigeria.

He said the University is working very hard to become the best in the country, advising the students to work hard and graduate within the stipulated period.

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