NSUK Registration Procedure For 2015/2016 Admitted Students

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This is to inform 2015/2016 admitted students of

Nasarawa State University that the management

has released the procedure for 2015/2016

registration. The guidelines are as follows;

New Students (Freshers)

Registration Period: 28th September 2015 to 12

October, 2015

Steps for Registration

1. Steps for Screening

a. Data Capture

On Arrival, the admitted candidate will proceed to

www.nsuk.edu.ng, select Prospective Student, and

click on UTME Data Capture link for UTME

candidates, while DE(Direct Entry Candidates) will

select DE Data Capture link. At this point you will be

required to verify your Admission using your Jamb/

DE Number and filling the necessary details as may

be required.

Note: Returning candidate should login through this

link: http://nsuk.edu.ng/returning-applicant-login/

by selecting Undergraduate.

b. Payment for Acceptance Fee

At the point of submission, you will have an ID

attached to you and re-login to accept admission.

Print your Payment Invoice for Acceptance fee of

N5,300.00k, go to Bursary to get a payment teller

and proceed to any of the following Banks :

Diamond, Ecobank, UBA, Keystone, Skye, Unity,

FCMB, Zenith, First Bank, Ask to pay through e-

transact Platform. After payment is made, return to

the website to confirm your payment following the

instruction in Step “a” and enter your invoice

number for payment verification.Wait to print your

Admission letter and Screening form.

c. Result Verification

Proceed to the Academic Office with the screening

form and your credentials for certificate verification.

d. Departmental Screening/Faculty Screening

Proceed to the Head of Department and Faculty

Officer for screening using the verified results.

e. Final Clearance

After clearance at the department and faculty, the

student should proceed to pay fees by printing their


Note: if you are changing course do not proceed for

this final clearance. Once you are cleared to pay

fees, you can no longer Change Course

2. Paying of School Fees

Visit; www.nsuk.edu.ng , under Prospective Student

tab, click on New Student Pay Fees, select New

Undergraduate Student. Wait for the page to load.

Enter your Candidate/Applicant ID(This is generated

for you during Data Capture), and click on Get Fee

Details. The fees due for your Student category will

be displayed. Download and Print a copy of the

Payment Invoice and proceed to Bursary to get a

customized teller, and take it to any branch of the

designated bank below:

UBA, Diamond Bank, Ecobank PLC, First Bank, Unity

Bank, Skye Bank, Keystone Bank, FCMB, Zenith


Note: You will be required to pay additional fees of

i. Portal Access and Internet Charges = 4,000

ii. Transaction Charges = 300

Upon successful payment at the bank, you will be

given a payment slip which contains a confirmation

number. Return to the portal with this and follow the

procedure above. Select the e-tranzact Pin Vending

option and click on pay fees. This will take you to a

page, enter your invoice no/payeeID and click on

verify. After your payment has been verified, you

will be required to print your school fees receipt and

also a PIN will be automatically generated for you

with which you will be required to register your


3. Profile Update and Course Form Registration

Still on www.nsuk.edu.ng, select Portal Login under

Current Students use the combination of your

Number and the PIN obtained after your payment

has been successfully verified and school fees

receipt printed. Login and update your profile, also

register all your required courses as the case may


Note: Please, make sure you keep your PIN as it

will be required for your session long access to the


Late Registration: 12th to 23rdOctober, 2015.

(Additional Fees of N5,000.00k):

Please note that the Portal will be closed by mid

night 23rdOctober, 2015 and students will only be

able to check registered courses. Any add and drop

of courses must be done within this registration

period. Failure to register within this registration

period will amount to forfeiting the Academic




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