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FUOYE Registration Procedure for New Students 2020/2021

FUOYE Registration Procedure for New Students 2020/2021. The Management of Federal University Oye-Ekiti has released the resumption protocols and registration procedures for newly admitted students for 2020/2021 Academic session. The registration key timelines and dates as well as registration procedures have been made available by the institution. All new students of FUOYE are to check the key timelines, dates, and registration procedures below. FUOYE Registration Procedure for New Students 

This is to inform all newly admitted students that the management has released the Resumption protocol and Procedures for Registration. For a successful and seamless registration process, kindly note the following guidelines

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FUOYE Registration Procedure for New Students

Key Time lines

16th August 2021 Online screening of Fresh students begins

23rd August, 2021 Medical Screening of fresh students begins

30th August, 2021 Resumption and registration begins

1st Sept to 3rd Sept, 2021 Orientation for fresh students

6th September, 2021 Lecture begins for fresh students

20th September, 2021 Registration ends for fresh students

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15th October, 2021 Matriculation


All candidates shall register for the programme for which they are admitted

Students are to be registered and documented at the department upon presentation of the screening clearance, Receipts of acceptance fee and school fee payments and all other relevant credentials/documents;

i. JAMB admission letter

ii. University Admission Letter

iii. SSCE/IJMB/A level Results

iv. Birth Certificate

v. Completed Bio-data Form

vi. Letter of Attestation (Duly signed by Parent)

vii. Guarantor’s Letter (Duly signed by Clergy, Officers from grade level 13 and above)

viii. Court Affidavit of Good Conduct

ix. Medical Report (from University Health Centre)

After clearance and documentations at the department, students are to proceed on online course registration. Level advisers should guide and counsel the students on the courses to register. Jamb result

Online course forms to be signed and stamped by the HODS

Only students that complete the online registration and submitted relevant documents at the department and faculty office are considered duly registered and therefore qualify for matriculation.

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