AKSU Clearance /Acceptance Fee Payment And Registration Guidelines For Fresh Students 2015/2016 has begun – see banks to pay

Candidates who were successfully admitted into
Akwa Ibom State University for the FIRST
CHOICE SCREENING EXERCISE are hereby
notified that payment of Acceptance Fee for the
2015/2016 session has begun.
Below are steps to follow in the payment/
registration on the University’ portal for the
acceptance fee;
1. Go to http:// portals.aksu.edu.ng to generate
Pre-Payment Analysis Slip, by following the steps
below:
(a) i. Click the REGISTER NOW link
ii. On the Registration type panel, select
STUDENT
iii. On the left menu panel of the student
registration page click PAY ACCEPTANCE
iv. Enter jamb number and click VERIFY
v. On the verify details pane click on MAKE
PAYMENT in the Payment Status row
vi. Select BANK OPTION to print the payment
analysis slip, for bank payment.
vii. Take pre payment slip alongside stipulated
amount indicated on the slip to any of the banks
below Nationwide for etransact payment.
Participating Banks
* Akwa Savings & Loans Limited
* Sterling Bank Plc
* United Bank for Africa (UBA)
* First City Monument Bank (FCMB)
* Union bank Plc
* Diamond Bank Plc
* Enterprise Bank Plc
* Unity Bank Plc
* Wema Bank Plc
* First Bank of Nigeria Plc
* Zenith Bank Plc
* Ecobank Plc
* GTB Bank Plc
* Skye Bank Plc
* Keystone Bank Plc
* Access Bank Plc
(b) i. After successful bank payment, return to
the portal http:// portals.aksu.edu.ng .
ii. Log in to verify your payment status and
PRINT the payment slip.
NOTE: Successfully admitted First Choice
Candidates are advised to check the List of
Candidates whose admission have been nullified
here: http://www.liveschoolnews.com.ng/aksu-
denies-students-admission-over-wrong-jamb-
utme-subjects/
before taking any action directed to the admitted
students.

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