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DELSU Acceptance Fee Payment and screening for newly admitted students – 2023/2024

Are you one of the successful candidates who applied for admission through the Unified Tertiary Matriculation Examination (UTME) to Delta State University, Abraka for the 2023/2024 academic session? Congratulations! Here’s a comprehensive guide to help you navigate the acceptance process seamlessly.

Immediate Steps After Admission

Upon receiving your provisional admission to 100 level (UTME) courses, it is crucial to take the following immediate steps:

  1. Acceptance Fee Payment:
    • Medicine & Surgery, Law, and Nursing Science:
      • Deltan: ₦65,000
      • Non-Deltan: ₦75,000
    • Pharmacy and Engineering:
      • Deltan: ₦60,000
      • Non-Deltan: ₦70,000
    • Other Faculties/Departments:
      • Deltan: ₦50,000
      • Non-Deltan: ₦60,000
  2. Acceptance of Admission in CAPS:
    • Visit the JAMB CAPS site from Monday, 18th September 2023.
    • Accept your offer of admission within four weeks to avoid being categorized under “refusal to accept admission,” which may lead to ineligibility for future admissions.

Faculty Screening Requirements

Candidates are required to prepare the following documents for the Faculty Screening Exercise:

a. Evidence of Payment of Acceptance Fee b. Original JAMB Admission Letter c. Original UTME Result Printout:

  • Not the notification of result; ensure it’s the computer printout of private candidates. d. 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 Servant (Original and five photocopies). f. Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age:
  • Original and five photocopies. g. Local Government or State of Origin Certificate:
  • Not an affidavit of Local Government. h. School Testimonial:
  • Original and five photocopies. i. Passport Photographs:
  • With a red background (12 copies); one on the file and two on the clearance form. j. Certificates:
  • Candidates with entry qualifications (WASC, GCE, NECO, etc.) obtained on or before 2020 (WAEC) must submit the original certificates. k. Correction of Names and Affidavit:
  • The use of an affidavit in lieu of the Statement of Result and correction of names will not be accepted. l. University Health Centre Medical Card

Important Note:

It’s imperative to adhere to the specified timelines and requirements to ensure a smooth admission process. Failure to accept the admission offer within four weeks may result in ineligibility for future admissions by JAMB.

As you embark on this exciting academic journey, we wish you success and a fulfilling experience at Delta State University, Abraka. Welcome to a new chapter in your educational pursuit!

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