Delta State University (DELSU) Acceptance Fee / Clearance Documents 2019/2020
Delta State University (DELSU) Acceptance Fee and Clearance Documents for 2019/2020 Session;
Congratulations to all new students of Delsu, wishing you a speedy and stress free screening process.
We understand that you are new to the four walls of Delta State University(Delsu), so we decided to make things a little bit easier on your side.
Today, we will enlighten you on Delta State University (DELSU) Acceptance Fee and Clearance Documents.
In fact, everything you need to know about your screening process and we will also go as far as explaining every document you will encounter during your screening process.
However, this article is for the general public especially all prospective and newly admitted students of Delta State University (DELSU), who would like to know the school’s acceptance fee and clearance documents.
Delta State University (Delsu) Acceptance Fee
DELSU Acceptance Fee for the 2019/2020 session is currently Thirty Thousand Naira (N30,000) plus a bank charge of one thousand Naira (N1,000) for Indigenes.
And Forty Thousand Naira (N40,000) for non- indigene and also a bank charge of one thousand Naira (N1,000).
Applicants who were admitted into Delta State University’s 2019/2020 via the merit list should kindly note that they are to pay their acceptance fee on or before the 18th of October 2019.
Failure to do so within the given time interval, Delsu will deem the offer of your provisional admission to have lapsed.
Delta State University (DELSU) Registration / Clearance Documents
All applicants are advised to come along with the below items/documents for the Screening Exercise beginning IMMEDIATELY.
The screening process is likely to last for two weeks.
- Proof of payment of Acceptance fees.
- Original JAMB Admission Letter.
- A copy of your Original UTME result.
- SSCE/GCE/NECO, etc. Statement of Result.
- Letter of reference from a reputable Clergyman/Imam/ Lawyer/Senior Civil Servants.
- Birth Certificate or Sworn Declaration of Age.
- Local Government of Origin certificate or State of Origin Certificate.
- School testimonial.
- Passport photographs with red background (12 copies) with one passport on the file and two passports on only the clearance form.
- Applicants who obtained their entry qualifications, i.e. WASC, GCE, NECO, etc, on or before 2016 (WAEC) must tender their original certificates.
All applicants who fails to show up for the Clearance Exercise within the given time interval would be deemed to have rejected their offer of admission and therefore the offer would lapse.
Detailed Explanation on Delta State University’s Clearance Documents
The above listed documents may be totally new to most of you but we will try our best to explain them the best way we can.
1. Proof of payment of Acceptance fees
Visit a cybercafe to generate a virtual pin, although you can do this yourself but we advise you don’t.
Make use of the cyber cafe’s around the school premises, they have more experience to tackle any issue that may arise.
You will be given a paper containing your virtual pin, Application Number, your personal details and images of bank logos you are to pay your acceptance fee in.
Kindly note that this slip has a generation, print and expiry date. Do not procrastinate, immediately you are given this slip locate the closest bank and pay your acceptance fee.
2. Original JAMB Admission Letter.
As soon as you have been offered admission into the university, JAMB already has your admission letter ready for you.
All you need to do is visit a cybercafe, login to your jamb profile and and print it out.
Please, print it out in a colored paper and make photocopies because you will be needing it in the future, trust us.
3. Original UTME result
There’s a difference between UTME notification of result and the actual UTME result.
Print out your UTME result and make about 5 photocopies.
4. Statement of Result (SSCE/GCE/NECO, etc.)
These are your O’level Statement of Results, this is self explanatory.
Come along with Original copy of your statement of result duly certified and stamped by your secondary school principal.
If your original WAEC result is already available, please come along with it.
You should make at least 5 extra photocopies.
5. Letter of reference
This is a letter from a reputable Clergyman/Imam/ Lawyer/Senior Civil Servants. Come with the original copy and don’t forget to make at least 5 extra copies.
This letter should contain the logo, name, signature and stamp of your referrer.
Some Cyber cafe around the school usually run this stuff, but what’s the point. Just get one from home instead of a forged one.
6.Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age.
This is also self explanatory, come with the original copy of your birth certificate or a legal letter of sworn declaration of age.
Also make photocopies, about 5 photocopy should be enough.
7. Local Government of Origin or State of Origin Certificate.
This is a certificate that proves you are from a particular local government or state.
Go to your local government secretariat to get this, in case you don’t have one.
8. School testimonial
This is your secondary school leaving testimonial certificate.
Your secondary school should have already provided you with one, make about 5 photocopies as well.
You can take passport photographs around the school premises.
Your passport should have a red background, we advise that you make at least 24 copies to be on the safe side.
You are going to be needing quite a number of passports.
10. Student Data File and Student Official file.
You can get these files from your department or the Library, these files comes with three important documents.
- Clearance form.
- Form for acceptance of provisional offer of admission.
- Personal data form. Make sure to fill in your correct details.
We can not over emphasize this, these details will be what you will use throughout your official and educational career/life.
Any mistake here, is likely to affect you in the future, to correct these errors it will necessitate a court affidavit.
11. University Health Centre Medical Card
Don’t worry about this one, it will be given to you as soon as you are done with your medical screening.
Finally, Congratulations on being one of the lucky few to gain admission into the Great Delta State University.
It is not easy, wishing you a speedy and stress free screening process once again.
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