Here is an important update on the Documents Required for UNN 2015/2016 Clearance For Freshmen i.e. the newly admitted students for the 2015/2016 academic session. Please endeavor to take note!
Documents Required for UNN 2015/2016 Clearance For Newly Admitted Students
Candidates offered provisional admission into various courses in the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) are expected to regularize their admission by paying their acceptance fee. You are therefore advised to pay your acceptance fee as soon as possible and start getting ready for your clearance.
The clearance is done at the various faculty offices by the faculty officers. It is a verification process aimed at eliminating any form of falsification of documents and ensuring that the candidates who have been offered provisional admission really possess the minimum entry requirements of the school and their prospective courses. Admitted candidates who do not possess ALL the required documents will lose their admission.
You would need to make both the originals and photocopies of the following documents available for your clearance. Go through the list now, find out the ones you already have and begin to source for the ones you don’t have. By so doing, you would reduce the stress that comes with registration rush and hassle.
ADMISSION CLEARANCE REQUIREMENTS [Fully Explained]
1. O’Level Result(s): By this we mean your WAEC, NECO, GCE or other equivalent O’level results made in not more than two sittings. Those that filled Awaiting Results during registration should ensure that the result is ready before going for clearance.
2. JAMB UTME Result Slip: Please note that the JAMB result must not be the original, coloured printout with your passport. Even though that is more preferable, it’s not compulsory at this point. Whichever you plan to go with, try to get it before traveling to the school because it may be more expensive there.
3. JAMB Admission Slip: You can get this slip on JAMB website.
4. UNN Admission Slip: Print this out from UNN portal after just after Acceptance fee payment.
5. UNN Post-UTME Result Slip.
6. Birth Certificate (or Baptismal Certificate).
7. Admission List: This is a copy of the page on the admission list bearing your name (and other details). When you print it out, tick your name on it.
8. Certificate of Identification (Origin): This you may get from the secretariat of your Local Government Area of origin. Most times, it is this that keeps students running here and there while their colleagues tidy up their clearance. It is thus important that you have this ready even before coming. It does not expire, so if you can get it and keep while you await announcement for resumption of new students, it will do you a lot of good.
9. Attestation Letter: This is a letter from your parent/guardian attesting to your good behaviour and his/her readiness to, not only support your academic pursuit, but to also take responsibility for your behaviour while in the university. This letter must be typed, and signed by your parent/guardian.
10. Letter of Undertaking: This will be given to you from the university in the course of your clearance. It is your own version of your Parent’s/Guardian’s Attestation Letter. It is a form which you fill with your names and other details, promising to be responsible and of good behaviour during your days as a student of the university.
Back to the issue of O’level result(s), make sure that you have credit passesin all the subjects required for your course (in not more than two sittings) before you proceed to pay your acceptance fee.
For aspirants of Medicine, you are expecting to have made your result in one sitting, otherwise you will lose the admission. This is very important because if you don’t have a complete O’level result for your prospective course, you will not be cleared even though you have paid the huge sum for acceptance.
Finally, ensure that you have all these documents with you as you travel to school on or before the resumption date. That might save you the time and stress of traveling back home to source for them.