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FULAFIA School Fees Schedule for 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 Session



FULAFIA School Fees Schedule: The Federal University Lafia (FULafia) school fees schedule for the 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 academic sessions have been released by the school management. See the schedule below:

FULAFIA School Fees Schedule

This is to announce to all the undergraduate students of the Federal University, Lafia (FULAFIA), that the management of the institution has released the amount they are required to pay as school fees for the 2021/2022 and 2022/2023 combined academic sessions.

Types of charges       Amount     Category 

  • Undergraduate school    N45,000     All Students 
  • Acceptance fee            N15,000       All fresh students and De
  • Matriculation fee       N2,000           All fresh students and De
  • Turn-it-in fee             N2,000      All final year students
  • Convocation fee     N3,000       All final year students
  • Hostel fee               N20,000     Only the occupants
  • ESP Charges         N5,0000    only 300L students 
  • CBT charges        N3,000       100L, 200L and 300L students 
  • Portal fees          N5,000        All students 

On No account should charges not approved by the management be charged on students 

SIGNED

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2 Comments

  • Gavis Daniel

    Please I will be registering 2019 Jamb, I want to apply for statistics in your university. I will really appreciate if I pass my Jamb cut-off point and secure the admission. In fact, I have National Diploma in Computer Science from Federal School of Statistics Manchok Kaduna State. But I want to study pure Statistics in your university. Thank you.

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  • Foga Gideon Teryila

    School based managements committee should reduced to help children of the poor too study up to university

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