UNILAG to Implement Installment Payment for School Fees, Unveils Other Adjustments

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The University of Lagos has stated methods In order to help students who may be having trouble paying the new fees that the university recently introduced.

The school said it made the choice in light of the nation’s current economic climate in a statement posted on its official social media accounts, and it urged both current and future students to take note of the measures.

One of the changes is that students can now pay their tuition in two installments, but the second and final payment needs to be made before the end of the second semester’s course registration.

According to the statement “Students interested in the work study program can kindly approach the Dean of Students Affairs, DSA, office. The work study program has been revitalized so that students can receive higher compensation.

Students now have access to scholarship options; for additional details, please visit the DSA office.

You can get assistance for students who are financially disadvantaged at the DSA office.

Plans have been made for alumni and well-meaning Nigerians to “adopt-a-student” as part of the Triple A “Adopt an Akokite” programme.

For intelligent students, the university has implemented the “Pay for Mentors Project”.

The Management has received permission from the Lagos Metropolitan Area Transport Authority (LAMATA) to transport passengers from the Berger Bus Stop axis and the Oshodi/Iyana Ipaja region of Lagos State, respectively.

Recall that the institution recently increased the fees that students must pay by more than 500%.

The increase in tuition fees is not exclusive to the university as majority of federal universities have made the same adjustment, and Federal Government Colleges have also raised their tuition from N45,000 to N100,000.

Students and parents have vehemently denounced the development and urged the government to cancel the increase, claiming that the country’s economic situation has been difficult for its residents.


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