The Niger Delta University has given December 16th as the deadline for payment of school fees, acceptance and clearance otherwise risk admission withdrawal. However, our fear now is that some students who cannot meet up with the deadline may opt to leave trying and ignore the admission, hence the need to outline how admission withdrawal took place in 2020/2021. This information will help you know how to go about your clearance and school fees payment.

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This post therefore is all about 2020/2021 admissions. Let us see all the dates and to make our own analysis.

In 2020/2021, admissions started on March 6th, 2021. On that date, NDU gave a first time warning via the admission information page. The duration to pay all fees was two weeks just like this current warning. The difference was that the NDU did not give a date in its admission message in 2021/2021.

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Three good times The NDU sent warning before admissions were actually withdrawn. The first warning was given upon admission when the University management noted in the admissions information page that commencing from the date of admission, freshmen are to pay their school fees two weeks, else, forfeit their admissions.

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The second warning came at the heels of the 6th admissions list which was released 13th April, 2021 where the NDU warned that “Your admission is to be withdrawn due to your inability to pay your school fees within the 2 weeks period”. This is one month, one week interval.

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The NDU management held back from taking action to observe compliance with fees payment. However, owing to disturbing number of admitted students who are yet to beat the deadline, the NDU management on a third time in May 18th, 2021 after a month and 5 days from the second warning, sent out a distress warning stating “your admission is to be withdrawn if you fail to pay your school fees within 48 hours”. This is altogether 2 months and two weeks.

Admissions were not also withdrawn immediately after the third warning despite citing only 48hrs deadline. The final withdrawal notice which occurred on the 8th of June, after 3 weeks from the last warning and 3 months 2 days from the first warning came as a rude shock to members of the university community as almost everyone had discounted the warning as “one of those things”.

On the actual admission retrieval, the NDU management held thus: “your admission has been withdrawn due to your inability to pay your school fees. See admission officer for further details.”

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Thus, the first admission withdrawal took place Tuesday 8th June, 2021. A period of 3 months, 2 days from first warning.

Owing to public outcry and pressure, admissions were restored June 16th, 2021 and Senate warned that by Friday 18th June, 2021 restored admissions will be permanently withdrawn.

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After the last deadline, second admission retrieval warning was sent 25th of June, 2021 and time given was to elapse Monday 28th June, 2021. The NDU on a later date withdrew admissions again from students who have not paid their fees.

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By the instance of the data provided above, there are indications/possibilities that the NDU may extend the December 16th date. This will enable freshers and their sponsors to adjust themselves.

Please, this information does not mean The NDU admissions withdrawal for this upcoming 2021/2022 session will happen the same way. It is just a guide. The writer will not be held responsible if you follow this post and things happens differently.

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