UNIVERSITY OF JOS
OFFICE OF THE REGISTRAR
REGISTRATION EXERCISE FOR FRESH UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: 2020/2021 ACADEMIC SESSION
This is to inform members of the public that the online Pre-Registration exercise for Fresh Undergraduate Students (Full Time) of the University of Jos for the 2020/2021 Academic Session will commence on Monday, 18th October, 2021.
All Fresh Undergraduate Students who have confirmed their Admission status are to log on to the University of Jos web portal to pay the approved Pre-Registration fee of N25,000.00 as part-payment of the N45,000.00 school charges with effect from 18th October, 2021.
All New Undergraduate Students are advised that they should only make the payment when they are sure that they have all the requirements for the programme for which they were admitted into as the Pre-Registration fee of N25,000.00 is not refundable.
The New Undergraduate Students are to take note of the following Pre-Registration procedures:
PRE-REGISTRATION/CHECKING OF ADMISSION STATUS
- To check admission status,
(a) visit www.unijos.edu.ng
- Click on PORTAL
- Select Students’ Portal
- Click on CHECK ADMISSION
- Enter your JAMB Registration Number and Click Get Started
- Registration Procedure will be displayed. Please Read Carefully and/or Download and Print a Copy
(b) Payment of Pre-Registration Charge by students
1. visit www.unijos.edu.ng
2. Click on PORTAL
3. Select Students’ Portal
4. Click on the Login button to continue
6. Type your email in the username box
7. Type in the password (you used during POST UTME screening registration)
8. Click Login to logon to your personalized dashboard
9. Click on Fee Management menu on the left side of the dashboard
10. Select Acceptance (Pre-Registration) from the select payment drop-down menu
11. Click on Select Payment button and follow the prompt to complete payment
Please, note that this exercise only affects Newly admitted Undergraduate Students into the University of Jos. The Registration exercise for returning Students of the University will be communicated in due course.
All Students are strongly advised to be wary of unsolicited approaches from fraudsters under the guise of rendering them assistance to enable them Register. They should also avoid patronizing road side Business Centres for any transaction pertaining the University of Jos as the University will not be held liable for any breach in such transaction.
Chief Monday M. Danjem