List Of Documents Needed For Unilorin Clearance
It is most appropriate to know all the documents needed for Unilorin clearance before traveling down to the university. Knowing the documents you need will help you prepare ahead, and to avoid the mistake of leaving some of these important documents behind at home. This sort of mistake often proves too costly for fresher students.
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Again, remember that it is best to complete your clearance process before the commencement of your lectures because the University of Ilorin made it mandatory for clearance to be done before you are allowed access to class. In fact, your admission is invalid without completing your clearance.
In this article, we will show you the full list of documents needed for Unilorin clearance. Note that you have to accept your offer of admission on the JAMB caps portal before you do your clearance.
- 1 Documents needed for Unilorin Clearance
- 2 Birth Certificate
- 3 Pre-Admission screening E-Slip
- 4 Print out of admission status
- 5 Online registration bio data
- 6 Evidence of acceptance fee payment
- 7 O’Level results
- 8 Original JAMB UTME result
- 9 Certificate of State of Origin
- 10 Post UTME result
- 11 Remedial results
- 12 6 passports photos
Documents needed for Unilorin Clearance
Below is the full list of documents required for Unilorin (UI) clearance for fresh students:
- Copy of Birth Certificate,
- Pre-Admission screening E-Slip,
- Print out of admission status,
- Online registration bio data,
- Evidence of acceptance fee payment,
- O’Level results,
- Original JAMB UTME result,
- Certificate of state of origin,
- Post UTME result,
- Remedial results,
- 6 passports photos.
This is very important if you want to do your Unilorin clearance. Meanwhile, you can use a sworn declaration of age if you don’t have a birth certification. Although birth certificate is most preferable.
Pre-Admission screening E-Slip
Pre-Admission screening E-Slip is the same slip you used at the time of writing your post UTME. If you have lost it, you can go online and have it printed again.
Print out of admission status
Upon accepting your offer of admission from JAMB via JAMB Caps, this is the document that popped up. If you have not printed it yet, you can revisit your JAMB profile to print out the page. You will need it to for your clearance.
Online registration bio data
Online registration bio data is the personal details that you inputted in your Unilorin online profile before you paid the acceptance levy. Ensure that all information therein is complete. But in an event of error, head back to your profile and correct it.
Evidence of acceptance fee payment
This is basically the receipt generated for you by the system when you paid the sum of N25, 000.00 (Twenty-five thousand Naira) for your acceptance fee.
This is essentially the document that contains your SSCE/WAEC/NECO result. Note that you must have a minimum of 6 (six) credits including English language and mathematics.
Original JAMB UTME result
Kindly note that original Jamb UTME result differs from the normal JAMB result. To get your original JAMB result you will need to pay N1, 000. Ensure that you go along with your Jamb UTME result and original JAMB result.
Certificate of State of Origin
This shows your state of origin. We also advice you to get a certificate of local government of origin. This document will cost you about N2, 000.
Post UTME result
This is basically the result of the Post UTME that you did in Unilorin. If you have lost it, ensure you do a reprint before you travel for clearance.
It is important you travel with your remedial result, to keep safe. If you are yet to collect it, you can get it via this link www.remedia.unilorin.edu.ng/rem_
6 passports photos
Finally, ensure you have 6 recent passport photographs. If you can, take more so you can have more than enough.
NOTE: you are advised to have at least 4 photocopies of each of the documents while going for clearance. The mode of arrangement will be told to you at the clearance venue.
Pls is it compulsory for non indigene to submit certificate of state of origin as well.