Where to collect Matriculation Gowns
The NDU Matriculation gowns are collected at the various Faculties or as announced by school management. Students are expected to collect the matriculation gowns and returned immediately the next week. Students who failed to return their gowns as stipulated time risk paying laid down fines.
How to collect the matriculation gown
All freshers has been asking where and how to collect their matriculation gown. In earlier matriculations, the matriculation gown receipt of N3,000 was used to collect matriculation gowns at the Faculty level. However, there seemed to be some changes this session.
Currently, various offices has confirmed that to collect the matriculation gown, you will need to use your acceptance fee receipt of N40,000. It was confirmed that the acceptance fees receipt consist of acceptance fee of N30,000 and matriculation fee of N10,000 totaling N40,000.
However, many students are confused as some has already paid N4,500 to their agents to process the matriculation fees. What is obtainable now is refunds as only the acceptance receipts will be used for the collection of matriculation gown
When to collect matriculation gown
Usually, matriculation gown receipts is collected starting Monday of the matriculation week. However, as at yesterday Monday 2nd March, 2020, no one has been seen with matriculation gowns. There are information being circulated that the collection will start on Wednesday. Whatever the case may be, endeavour to reach your faculty officer at the faculty office to get tangible information as it relates to your faculty.
Can you Matriculate Without Paying School Fees?
Previously, we made a post concerning the disadvantages of paying school fees late. However, we did not list matriculation as part of the negative effects. Non-payment/late payment of school fees does no affect participating in the matriculation activities. In fact, the Faculty officials do not request for school fees receipts as in other cases to grant you matriculation gowns. It is best however, for students nurturing this fear to reach the Faculty to make all necessary inquiries.