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FUNAAB School Fees Payment Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session

FUNAAB School Fees Payment Procedure for 2017/2018 Academic Session

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Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB school fees payment procedure for fresh and stale students for the 2017/2018 academic session.

FUNAAB school fees guide

This is to inform all new and returning students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) that the management of the institution has released the procedure for the payment of 2017/2018 academic session school fees.

See also: FUNAAB School Fees Schedule.

FUNAAB Fresh Students School Fees Payment Procedure.

All newly admitted candidates into the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta are expected to follow the following procedures after payment of acceptance fee invoice:

  1. Visit portal.unaab.edu.ng
    • Fill the acceptance forms;
    • Print the completed Acceptance Form;
  1. Return online to portal.unaab.edu.ng to generate prescribed School Fees invoice.
  2. Proceed to any bank accepting REMITA including FUNAB Microfinance Bank with your prescribed fees Invoice for payment or pay online using debit card or Internet Banking. Collect evidence of payment.
  3. Return online to portal.unaab.edu.ng to generate your receipt.
  4. Proceed to you respective HOD/Department for further instructions/procedures.

FUNAAB Returning Students School Fees Payment Procedure.

  1. Visit portal.unaab.edu.ng to generate prescribed School Fees invoice.
  2. Proceed to any bank accepting REMITA including FUNAB Microfinance Bank with your prescribed fees Invoice for payment or pay online using debit card or Internet Banking. Collect evidence of payment.
  3. Return online to portal.unaab.edu.ng to generate your receipt.

NOTE:

For application for the limited bed spaces in the University Hostel visit hostel.unaab.edu.ng  (payment of school fee is required).

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FUNAAB School Fees Schedule for 2017/2018 Academic Session

FUNAAB School Fees Schedule for 2017/2018 Academic Session

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Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB school fees schedule for the 2017/2018 academic session is out.

FUNAAB-school-fees

The authorities of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) have released the amount payable as school fees by newly admitted and returning undergraduate students for the 2017/2018 academic session.

See also: FUNAAB School Fees Payment Guidelines and FUNAAB Announces Resumption Date & Other Key Dates for 2017/2018 Academic Session.

FUNAAB School Fees Schedule.

FUNAAB Fresh Students School Fees Schedule.

 

100 Level

Colleges

Amount

Processing

charge

COLBIO

32000

1100

COLPHYS

32000

1100

COLAMRUD

32000

1100

COLFHEC

32000

1100

COLEM

32000

1100

COLPLANT

32000

1100

COLANIM

32000

1100

COLMAS

32000

1100

COLENG

42000

1350

COLVET

42000

1350

FUNAAB Returning Students School Fees Schedule.

 

200 Level

300 Level and Above

Colleges

Amount

Processing

charge

Amount

Processing

charge

COLBIO

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLPHYS

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLAMRUD

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLFHEC

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLEM

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLPLANT

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLANIM

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLMAS

20,250.00

800.00

18250

750

COLENG

30,250.00

1,050.00

28250

1000

COLVET

30,250.00

1,050.00

28250

1000

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FUNAAB Will Protect Female Students Against Sex-for-Marks Lecturers – VC

FUNAAB Will Protect Female Students Against Sex-for-Marks Lecturers – VC

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FUNAAB : ‘We won’t condone sex-for-marks in this university’

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Vice Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako, asked female students to report lecturers that demand for sexual favours from them to the authorities. He said the institution’s management had sacked some lecturers in the past over their indictment for demanding sex from female students for marks.

Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) Vice Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako

The Vice-Chancellor, Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, Prof. Kolawole Salako, has asked female students of the institution to report any lecturer that demands sexual favours from them to the authorities.

This was disclosed to journalists by the VC, on the sidelines of the institution’s 30th anniversary lecture, which was themed: A robust regulation system: An imperative for quality assurance in Nigerian universities and delivered by a former executive secretary of the National Universities Commission, Professor Julius Okojie, Punch reports.

He assured the students of the institution of support in the event of being abused, saying: “We won’t condone sex-for-marks in this university. If anybody is violated, the violator will not go scot free.”

Also speaking, former Executive Secretary of the Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC), Professor Julius Okojie, debunked claims that Nigerian university degrees were sub-standard.

He insisted that degrees from the country’s universities were comparable with those from universities across the world.

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FUNAAB Matriculation Ceremony Date 2017/2018

FUNAAB Matriculation Ceremony Date 2017/2018

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The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB matriculation ceremony date for the 2017/2018 academic session newly admitted students has been announced. The management also announced the date, time and venue of the event. More details available below.

FUNAAB Matriculation ceremony

This is to inform general public and most importantly all the fresh students of the Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB), Ogun State, that the management of the university has announced the date for the 2017/2018 MATRICULATION CEREMONY.

The Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta (FUNAAB) matriculation ceremony has been scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: 30th May, 2018
Time: 10am prompt
Venue: Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta.

All matriculating students are advised to proceed to their various faculties for the collection of academic gowns and procedures for payment.

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FUNAAB Matriculates 3,807 Students … Our new students are among the best – VC

FUNAAB Matriculates 3,807 Students … Our new students are among the best – VC

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Federal University of Agriculture, Abeokuta, FUNAAB matriculated 3,807 students for 2017/2018 academic session. The Vice Chancellor declared that the newly admitted, are among the best that are eligible for admission. The University admitted 3,807 out of the 8,001 candidates that participated in the admission screening exercise. See more details below,.

FUNAAB MAtriculates new students

The University has matriculated 3,807 students offered provisional admission with the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Kolawole Salako declaring that “our new students are among the best that can be admitted”. The Matriculation Ceremony which featured the University’s Sixth Commencement Lecture delivered by Mrs. Oluyemisi Iranloye, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of Psaltery International Limited, Ado-Awaye, Oyo State, was held at the University Ceremonial Building.

Addressing the matriculating students, their parents, guardians, well-wishers and members of the University Community, among several others, Professor Salako provided and articulated a statistical breakdown of the matriculating students, lending credence to his declaration that those admitted, are among the best that are eligible for admission. According to the breakdown, total applicants to the University were 11,622; 8002 applicants scored 180 and above in UTME, while the number of candidates who attended the screening exercise was 8001.

Further breakdown revealed that the number of candidates offered provisional admission stood at 3,807.

2,510 and 1,290 of them were offered provisional admission into agriculture programmes, Science and Engineering programmes respectively. According to the Vice-Chancellor, the number of candidates found not qualified for provisional admission was 3,621; number of registered students 3,438 while the percentage of students registered to total number admitted is 90 percent.

Professor Salako who singled out some of the new students for their exceptional performance in UTME lauded them for their exemplary feat. The highly impressed Vice-Chancellor disclosed that Alaka, Yusuf O. (Mechanical Engineering) with JAMB No. 757022971C emerged the University’s best admitted student with JAMB highest score of 340.

Professor Salako further revealed that OLADEWA, Victor O. (Electrical Electronic Engineering) with JAMB NO. 75885814AG had the highest Pre-Degree score of 71.98 percent while Adewale, Rihanat D. (Food Science and Technology) with JAMB No. 79231456FI had the highest Direct Entry Score of 78.72 percent. Emphasizing the importance of accreditation to the matriculating students, the Vice-Chancellor gave a breakdown of the accreditation status of some courses offered by the University.

According to him, Entrepreneurial Studies (Full Accreditation); Home Science and Management (Full accreditation); Biochemistry (Full Accreditation); Microbiology (Full Accreditation) and Economics (Full Accreditation). He further informed that only Civil Engineering and Electrical/Electronic Engineering have Interim Accreditation.

Professor Salako charged the new students to acquaint themselves with the University’s rules and regulations, dress decently, avoid examination malpractices, abstain from defacing the University property and report any form of harassment, etc. While reiterating that the institution recognizes the Student Union, the Vice-Chancellor stated “we prefer dialogue to confrontation”, adding that “we shall always recognize your rights and protect them”. Ending his Address, the Vice-Chancellor surveyed a cross-section of his new students with excitement boldly written on his face and gave his final verdict, “Matriculation affirms that you are our students. Congratulations”.

Meanwhile, Mrs. Oluyemisi Iranloye delivered the University Sixth Commencement Lecture with a charge to the newly admitted students to imbibe five (5) mind-set attributes for a productive academic achievement.

According to her, they are the disciplined mind, the synthesizing mind, the creative mind, the respectful mind and the ethical mind. She assured the students that if they cultivated the mind-sets aforementioned, “then you are on your way to becoming a great leader. It’s just a matter of time”. Earlier, the Vice-Chancellor, Professor Salako disclosed the rationale behind the Commencement Lecture saying it was borne out of the genuine intention to inspire the students and to ignite and boost their confidence with the conviction that “Yes, You Can if You believe You Can”.

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