Instructions To Prospective OAU Students For The 2015/2016 Academic Year On Payments
Candidates shall thereafter continue with the registration procedure as detailed out on the eportal of the website as provided above i.e. (www.oauife.edu.ng) or eportal.oauife.edu.ng.
Candidates are required to log on to University eportal using your Matric/UTME Number to choose the Type of Payment (Acceptance, Main Charges, Accommodation….) and indicate Mode of Payment (Bank Branch / Transfer / Master Card i.e. ATM) in order to link your payment to REMITA. If you select Bank Branch, download RRR (Remita Retrieval Reference) and use it to pay by cash in any BANK OF YOUR CHOICE that accepts cash payment to REMITA. If you choose either TRANSFER or MASTER CARD, supply the additional information to effect the payment. Please, note that you can access the University e-portal anywhere to effect your payment in any branches of Banks nearest to you effective April 1, 2016 (this date is no longer valid though since the portal is yet to be opened).
The schedule of the charges for the session is as detailed below:
A. 2015/2016 MISCELLANEOUS/DEPARTMENTAL CHARGES FOR FRESH UNDERGRADUATE, DIPLOMA AND DIRECT ENTRY STUDENTS
FACULTY/PROGRAMMES CHARGES PER SESSION
LAW/ARTS/SOCIAL SCIENCES/ADMIN/EDU.ARTS - N43,700 Per Session
SCIENCE/EDM/EDUC. SCIENCE/TECH/AGRIC - N54,700 Per Session
BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE, CLINICAL SCIENCE, DENTISTRY/PHARMACY - N57,700 Per Session
and a Development Levy of Eighteen thousand naira (N18,000.00), which is paid once and for all by Fresh Students throughout the duration of their studentship in the University.
a. (Diploma in Local Government Studies Tuition) - 63,300.00
TISHIP (Tertiary Institutions Students Health Insurance Prog.) - 1,600.00
(Freshmen will be provided accommodation on first come first served basis) - N3,090.00
I. OTHER REQUIREMENTS FOR 2015/2016 REGISTRATION OF FRESHMEN
Candidates who have been offered admission should upload their credentials including Birth Certificate/Sworn Declaration of Age. Each candidate will be required to submit his/her Registration Certificate Form, as downloaded, to the Faculty Secretary. They will also be required to present the print- out of the certificate form for further screening on resumption.
II. SCREENING OF FRESH STUDENTS
All screenings are to be done on-line. All freshmen are expected to complete their screenings before they come to campus.
III. PROCEDURE FOR ACCESSING THE EPORTAL:
1. Log on to the University eportal using your Registration Number and the Password you used last on the portal.
2. Complete the following forms correctly on the ePortal.
i. CERTIFICATE FORM (for not more than two sittings)
iii. COURSE REGISTRATION FORM
iv. BED SPACE CLEARANCE FORM (Optional)
The Course Registration Form will only be available upon:
a. Successful filling of forms (i) and (ii) above.
b. Payment of appropriate Charges at the banks.
Please note that only 2000 spaces are available for each of the Special Electives except SER 001 and LIB 001, which are compulsory for all Fresh Students.
3. Problems, if any, will be addressed on-line using any of the following options:
i. Online help in the eportal
ii. Six Hotlines will be available for contact (the Hot lines will be available on the eportal)
iii. E-mail:- firstname.lastname@example.org can be used as well.
BED SPACE ALLOCATION:
Fresh undergraduates and final year students will apply for Bed Space Allocation placement directly on the eportal after payment of appropriate fees, including accommodation fee. Candidates will be required to print 3 copies of Bed Space Clearance Forms from the eportal which must be duly signed by the student and the Hall Warden. The forms will be administered as follows:
(i) Students are required to keep one
(ii) Submit one copy to the Dean, Student Affairs
(iii) Submit the third copy to the Hall Warden to qualify him/her to OCCUPY the bed space allocated. Please note that failure to submit the Bed Space Clearance Forms as stipulated automatically disqualifies the Bed Space Allocation.
Apart from fresh undergraduate students, final year students are also given priority in the allocation of bed spaces. Other spaces available (if any) will be balloted for.