⦁ You are not a bonafide student until you complete the registration process – VC
⦁ Failure to register leads to the forfeiture of the provisional admission – VC
⦁ If you have not paid your fees by the end of this month and register, you are not a student of this university and you will never write exams that is slated to take place on the 6th of April – VC
⦁ “…I want to warn you that you should beware of scammers who under the pretense of rendering assistance for unsuspecting students defraud them of their monies – VC

Prof. Samuel Gowon Edoumiekumo, the Vice Chancellor of Niger Delta University has again hinted on the payment of school fees. He noted that “you are not a bonafide student until you complete the registration process. The VC said this during his Matriculation speech in the 18th Matriculation event and added that “as a fresh student and also a returning student, may I quickly use this medium to remind us that registration is key”.

“It is expected that all new students of this university must be properly registered in their various faculties and departments. Failure to comply with these will lead to the forfeiture of the provisional admission”.

“Assessment of students are part of everything we do. We are just giving you the privilege now of fees to the end of this month. And if you have not paid your fees by the end of this month and register, you are not a student of this university and you will never write exams that is slated to take place on the 6th of April. So if you are here seated and you have not paid your fees and you have not done your registration, you better leave this environment or you do your proper registration”.

“You are not a bonafide student until you complete the registration process. In case of any challenges during the process of these registration, please, seek proper assistance from the admissions officer, your heads of departments and the Deans of Faculties.”

“…I want to warn you that you should beware of scammers who under the pretense of rendering assistance for unsuspecting students defraud them of their monies.

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