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DEADLINE: OOU Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure 2020/2021

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INTRODUCTION

The management of Olabisi Onabanjo University, OOU have given all newly admitted students the deadline of paying their oou acceptance fee which failure to do so means rejecting the offer of admission by the school.

After securing admission, next is the acceptance fee payment which always comes with a deadline but before we proceed on telling you the guidelines in paying for the acceptance, we congratulate you on securing admission into the university because it is a no means small feat. Obviously from the number of students that sat for the exam, it is evident that only few e.g. less than 10% of applicants are admitted which you are among, so, CONGRATULATIONS!!!

The acceptance fee for this year, 2020/2021 academic session has been pegged at Sixty Thousand Naira (N60,000.00) only. Read along to learn how to pay the acceptance fee and generate receipt for payment of the acceptance fee.

But before we proceed, you are advised to confirm the authenticity of your admission by checking your admission on the school’s portal, or on the JAMB’S CAPS portal and by extension accepting your offer of admission on the portal as well.

See here on how to accept admission on JAMB’s CAPS portal.

JAMB CAPS: CONFIRM, ACCEPT OR REJECT ADMISSION 

How to Defer Admission in A University or Polytechnic in Nigeria

JAMB CAPS: CONFIRM, ACCEPT OR REJECT ADMISSION 

 

Steps and Procedures on How to Pay OOU Acceptance Fee

The management of the Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye has provided two means of payment for students for payment of their acceptance fee which are;

  1. The university Point of Sales (POS).
  2. Online payment.

Students are advised to choose the one that is the most convenient for you.

OOU acceptance fee

OOU acceptance fee

OOU Acceptance Fee Through the University Point of Sales (POS)

Making payment through the university’s point of sales (POS) can be done in any of the university campuses (Main campus, Ago-Iwoye and Ayetoro, Ibogun, Remo (Shagamu/Ikenne) campuses).

To use the university point of sales (POS);

  1. Print out the copy of the acceptance fee payment from the OOU PUTME portal
  2. Visit any of the university campuses.
  3. Locate the ICT/admission office.
  4. Enter into the building and explain to them your purpose and make payment.
  5. On completion of payment, you will be given receipts of payment.

On getting to the university ICT center, ensure you enter into the building and you don’t fall prey into fraudsters plan.

OOU Acceptance Fee Through Online (Internet)

Paying OOU acceptance fee using the online option is by far the easiest and safest option only if you have your ATM card and smartphone.

Follow the steps below to pay your OOU acceptance using the online OOU acceptance fee gateway.

  1. Visit the OOU acceptance fee payment portal by CLICKING HERE.
  2. Enter your jamb registration number e.g. 12345678AB and use your Surname e.g. Allshoolsinfo as your password.
  3. The click “Login.”
  4. On successful login, ensure the portal brough your details by checking name, picture and JAMB registration number if it tallies with yours.
  5. Scroll down and locate “MAKE PAYMENT ONLINE” and click on it.
  6. On the next page, click on “MAKE PAYMENT”
  7. Input your ATM card details e.g. card number, CVV, date of expiration and proceed to make payment.
  8. A one-time password (OTP) will be generated and sent to your mobile phone, enter it on the portal to authenticate payment.
  9. Once done, a receipt of payment will be generated, save and print later.

For any error encountered during the process of payment for the OOU acceptance fee, kindly visit the OOU ICT centre, Ago-Iwoye or reach them through their WhatsApp or Telegram channels.

OOU acceptance fee

OOU acceptance fee

What Next After Paying OOU Acceptance Fee

After Paying the OOU acceptance Fee and having your evidence of payment at hand, next is the clearance or verification which is of two stages.

The first verification is done at the Academic affairs office while the second is done at your faculty. The dates for these verifications will be announced through the school portal and their WhatsApp and Telegram channels, just ensure you stay in touch.

Below is the list of documents that will be requested from you at the point of verification and you are advised to get them ready before the day of verification because anything short of it leads to forfeiture of admission.

  1. Verification/Personal Data Form which will be available for printing after successful payment of OOU acceptance fee.
  2. Acceptance Fee Receipt
  3. O’level Result
  4. UTME Result
  5. Birth Certificate
  6. OOU Post UTME ResultSlip
  7. Diploma Result and other entry requirements (for DE Candidates only)
  8. JAMB Admission Letter.
  9. Tax Clearance Certificate OR N10,000.00 Ogun State Tax Receipt

 

The Registration officer will request for the originals of the documents listed above and one photocopy each of them, it will be convenient for you if you have the originals in one envelope and the photocopies in another envelope.

When done, proceed to the College/Faculty office of your course to counter-sign the verification forms.

Once you are successful with the verification, CONGRATULATIONS again, you are now a bona-fide student of Olabisi Onabanjo University, Ago-Iwoye.

DEADLINE:  The deadline for the OOU Acceptance fee payment is Sunday 31st, January 2021. Failure to do so at the stipulated time means forfeiture of admission.

 

We believe this write will help you in paying the OOU acceptance fee and doing verifications afterwards. You can reach us by using the comment box for further clarification and guidance and do feel free to use the comment box below to share your views with us and also use the share buttons to share this friend with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Telegram and others.

Thank you for reading we do hope you will tell your friends about this.

We wish you good luck as you commence your academical sojourn!

 

Hi, I'm Ogundare Abdulahi, an educator, content developer and web programmer. I love helping people and disseminating information. At my leisure time, I like reading and surfing the web.

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