The Niger Delta University is set to retrieve admission from newly admitted students who failed to pay up their school fees two weeks from the date of admission.
This notice was sent to all students who are yet to pay their school fees EVEN AFTER PAYING ACCEPTANCE FEES. The message reads: NDU-PUTME: WITHDRAWAL OF ADMISSION: Your admission is to be withdrawn due to your inability to pay your school fees within the 2 weeks period.
The admissions lists which were released 6th March (first list), 15th March (second list), 22nd March (third list), 1st April (fourth list) and 8th April (fifth list) came with a condition to be accepted in two weeks else forfeited.
To accept the admissions, students are expected to pay their acceptance fees which is NON-REFUNDABLE and school fees within the two weeks.
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NDU acceptance fees cost N40,000 for 100 level freshmen and for Direct Entry, the fee is N110,000 for Law students, N80,000 for Basic Medical Students and N60,000 for all other Faculties.
Consequently, newly admiteds who failed to pay up their school fees are set to forfeit their admissions. By implication, students who already pay acceptance but not school fees will also forfeit their acceptance fees that is by the NDU Law – Non-Refundable.
To avoid forfeiture of admissions, students are advised to pay up their school fees within the next few days. The retrieval text message sent today 13th April did not contain any information as to the actual date to retrieve the admissions. However, any payment set for tomorrow 14th, MAY still be safe.
This is not the first time that the NDU is retrieving admissions. In the 2016/2017, under the Prof. Ogoni administration, the NDU also released a document titled CANDIDATES THAT DID NOT ACCEPT ADMISSION (TO BE DELETED FROM ADMISSION LIST) – 2016/2017 ADMISSION. This document consists of hundreds of names of admitted students which the NDU retrieved from the admission list.
Download List of 2016/2017 Deleted Names Here: NDU-Addition-and-deletion-admission-list
Should this be, this will the be second time the NDU is retrieving admission and as it seems, the management is strict on the policy as many already admitted students are already buying Jamb forms again.
Recall that A & U Ng had earlier set up Emerald to help students who are battling with school fees to save up and pay their fees on time. If you are about to lose your admission, quickly register with A & U Ng and save a quarter of your school fees to qualify for a school fees loan from Emerald.
Emerald will take a surety for your admission and secure your admission for you from the NDU management being a bonafide member of Emerald. Emerald then take over your school fees payment while you pay back in installment over a period of one year.
Registration with Emerald is N500 and you can do this by simply walking into or office at A & U Ng, No. 1 NDU Road, Beside Main Campus Gate, Wilberforce Island (Amassoma), Bayelsa State.
To qualify for Emerald loans, members must have registered for up to 6months. But with the school fees deadline, Emerald loan qualification have been reviewed to just two months. All members are to enjoy Emerald Surety from admissions retrieval as school fees payment are sure.