School Fees

NSUK School Fees And Acceptance Fees 2019/2020

The management of Nasarawa State University has released the NSUK School fees breakdown for new and returning students for the 2019/2020 academic session. According to the schedule, the tuition is categorized into Indigene and non-indigene according to each department in the school.

The newly admitted students are expected to pay an acceptance fee of N10,300.00 via “REMITA PLATFORM”. You have the options to pay with any of the following: Mastercard, Visa Card, Verve Card, and Bank Branch.

New students are encouraged to proceed to the Academic Office after the payment of acceptance fees with the screening form and your credentials for certificate verification. Candidates should note that they are to submit their UTME/DE Original Slip and Duplicate Copy of JAMB Admission Letter.

NSUK School Fees Breakdown

1. INDIGENE ARTS

  • 100 Level › (N54,100)
  •  200 Level (DE) › › (N56,100)
  • 200 Level › › (N42,600)
  • 300 Level › › (N42,600)
  • 400 Level › (N42,600)
  • 500 Level › (N29,700)

2. INDIGENE SCIENCES

  • 100 Level › (N 57,100)
  • 200 Level (DE) ›N59,100
  • 200 Level › (N45,600)
  • 300 Level › (N45,600)
  • 400 Level › (N45,600)
  • 500 Level › (N31,700)

3. NON-INDIGENE ARTS

  • 100Level › (N89,100)
  • 200 Level (DE) › (N91,1000)
  • 200 Level › (N64,100)
  • 300 Level › (N64,100)
  • 400 Level › (N64,100)
  • 500 Level › (N37,100)

4. NON-INDIGENE SCIENCES

  • 100 Level › (N94,100)
  • 200 Level (DE) ›N96,10­0)
  • 200 Level › (N69,100)
  • 300 Level › (69,100)
  • 400 Level › (69,100)
  • 500 Level › (40,350)

For the new students, once you have paid your school fees on the NSUK portal https://nsuk.edu.ng/, a Matriculation Number is automatically generated for you alongside an OTP (One Time Password) which is required as Password in the next step.

Note: You will be required to pay additional fees of Portal Access and Internet Charges = 5,000 alongside the Transaction fees.

Bolarinwa Olajire

A lecturer, Educationist, PhD student at FUNAAB, and a Blogger.

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