NSUK Screening Procedure For Newly Admitted Undergraduate Students For 2013/2014

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The Management of the Nasarawa State University has released the screening procedures for Newly Admitted Students for 2013/2014 academic session.

Steps for Screening

1. The students should proceed to any branch of the banks listed below and make a payment of 3,000 (Three Thousand Naira Only). Students are to note that the payment will be done through e-tranzact payment platform and an additional transaction fee of 300 (Three hundred Naira) will be required at the bank to complete the transaction (please, insist that your payment be processed using your UTME/DE registration number). You will be given a print out alongside a copy of your payment teller. Please, keep this because you will be required to use the confirmation order on the print out to access your screening form and admission letter after 24 hours of payment.

*.Designated banks
*.Diamond Bank
*.Ecobank PLC
*.First Bank
*.Unity Bank
*.Mainstreet Bank
*.Keystone Bank
*.Zenith Bank

Students are to note that the Payment closes on 8th of May, 2014.

2. After 24hrs of payment (effective from 22nd of April, 2014.), log on to http://nsuk.edu.ng /prospective-students /downloads/ , select Undergraduate, enter your UTME/DE registration number (as it appears on the Admission List) and Confirmation order (as it appears on the print out given to you at the bank). If your payment is confirmed successfully, you are to print your Screening form and Admission Letter.

3. Proceed to your department with the following alongside your Admission Letter and Screening Form:

i. UTME/DE Slip

ii. Original Copies of all credentials and Indigene Certificate

iii. Ten (10) recent Passport-sized photographs

iv. Prelim Examination Result (for those admitted through prelim only).


(i) Make sure you are properly screened at the Department, Faculty before proceeding to the Academic Office at the Administrative Block for Final Clearance.

(ii) The safety of your bank payment print out is your responsibility and please, keep it safe and do not give it to any persons/individual until you are at the point of printing relevant documents (Screening Form and Admission Letter).

For Support, visit IT Centre or email us at itcentre@ nsuk.edu.ng, support@ nsuk.edu.ng and all complains will be dealt with within an hour.

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