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CRUTECH 2014/2015 Admitted Students’ Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure



The Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) wishes to inform students who have been offered provisional admissions into undergraduate programmes for the 2014/2015 academic session that they should accept the offer of admission to be deemed admitted. CRUTECH ACCEPTANCE FEE PAYMENT PROCEDURE 1) Students should pay a non-refundable acceptance fee of N10,000.00 only (this excludes N1,000 bank charges) in ... Continue Reading

The Cross River University of Technology (CRUTECH) wishes to inform students who have been offered provisional admissions into undergraduate programmes for the 2014/2015 academic session that they should accept the offer of admission to be deemed admitted.

CRUTECH ACCEPTANCE FEE PAYMENT PROCEDURE

1) Students should pay a non-refundable acceptance fee of N10,000.00 only (this excludes N1,000 bank charges) in any branch of First Bank of Nigeria PLC and obtain an eTranzact pin.

2) Proceed with the eTranzact pin to the internet and log on to www.crutech.edu.ng, click on verify admission status link to print your Admission Letter and Acceptance Form.

3) Submit duly completed Acceptance Form, along with other required documents, as contained in your admission letter, to your Faculty for screening and registration, on resumption.

Note: Payment commences on Monday, November 24th and ends on Tuesday, December 23rd, 2014. Failure to pay within the stipulated period may result in forfeiture of the admission.

Good luck from Nigerian Scholars Team

About CRUTECH

Cross River University of Technology with the acronym CRUTECH was established in August 2002 by Cross River State Bill No. 9, which was amended as Bill No. 6 of 2004. The University is the outcome of the merger of three former tertiary institutions: The Polytechnic of Calabar, Calabar, The College of Education, Awi, Akamkpa and the Ibrahim Babangida College of Agriculture, Ovonum, Obubra, all owned by the Government of Cross River State of Nigeria. The University took off in October 2002 with five campuses located in Calabar, Akamkpa, Obubra, Ogoja and Okuku dotted over a distance of well over 300 kilometers from one end to the other. In September 2008, the University lost the campus at Akamkpa, leaving it with four. It did not, however, lose the programmes run in the campus at Akamkpa as they were transferred to the campus in Calabar. The Faculties, Departments and programmes in the multi-campus  university are presently distributed in the various campuses.

The two main assigned responsibilities of Cross River University of Technology are to produce high quality and well-trained graduates and researchers well-equipped for the provision of quality life, food, fibre, and shelter for the people in a sustainable manner, using well researched techniques of Science and Technology. These are adequately captured in the University crest (otherwise referred to as ‘logo’), the University’s motto, vision, mission and philosophy.

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