SCHOOL FEES FOR INDIGENE STUDENTS (2023/2024)
FACULTY/DEPARTMENT | AMOUNT
Agriculture | N35,000 Education | N35,000 Engineering | N40,000 Environmental Sciences | N35,000 Humanities | N35,000 Law | N50,000 Management Sciences | N40,000 Medical Sciences | N70,000 Pharmacy | N70,000 Science | N35,000 Social Sciences | N35,000 Technology | N40,000
The school fees are payable in two installments. The first installment is payable on registration, while the second installment is payable on resumption for the second semester.
REQUIREMENTS FOR PAYMENT
To pay the school fees, students must present the following documents at the university bursary:
- A copy of the student’s admission letter
- A copy of the student’s JAMB UTME result
- A copy of the student’s WAEC or NECO O’level result
- A copy of the student’s birth certificate
- A copy of the student’s local government identification certificate
DEADLINE FOR PAYMENT
The deadline for the payment of school fees is two weeks after the commencement of each semester.
LATE PAYMENT PENALTY
Students who fail to pay their school fees on time will be charged a late payment penalty of N10,000.
The following categories of students are exempted from paying school fees:
- Students who are on scholarship
- Students who are on bursary
- Students who are staff of the university
In addition to the school fees, students are also required to pay other fees such as:
- Accommodation fee
- Examination fee
- Library fee
- Sports fee
The university offers a variety of financial aid programs to help students pay their school fees. These programs include scholarships, bursaries, and student loans.
HOW TO APPLY FOR FINANCIAL AID
Students who are interested in applying for financial aid should contact the university’s financial aid office.
The management of Imo State University is committed to providing affordable and quality education to its students. The school fees for indigene students are competitive and there are a variety of financial aid programs available to help students pay their fees.