How to Check JAMB Regularization Status

In our previous post, we explained what JAMB Regularization is all about and provided guidance on how to apply for it. In this post, our focus will be on how to check your JAMB Regularization status after you have submitted your application.

JAMB Regularization Status is the confirmation of an individual’s regularization process with the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) in Nigeria.

Regularization is a procedure designed for candidates who gained admission into higher institutions through unconventional means or experienced admission-related issues.

Once a candidate completes the JAMB Regularization process, they can check their Regularization Status to ensure that the regularization has taken effect. This involves verifying their details on the JAMB portal, such as the course offered, photograph, and name. If the status indicates “No Admission Given Yet,” it implies that the regularization has not been successfully processed.

Checking your Regularization Status is crucial for individuals who have undergone regularization to participate in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program and other related academic activities in Nigeria.

How to Check your JAMB Regularization Status

Here is the process to check JAMB regularization status:

1. Go to the official JAMB website at https://www.jamb.gov.ng.

2. Scroll down and click on “Admission Letter Printing” or a related section.

3. Log in to your JAMB profile using your registered email and password. If you don’t have a profile, create one.

4. Enter your JAMB Registration Number in the designated space.

5. Click on the “Check admission status” button and wait for the system to display your details.

Upon completion of these steps, you should see your admission details, including the course offered, photograph, and name. If the message indicates “No Admission Given Yet,” it suggests that the regularization may not have taken effect.

This process is essential for individuals who have undergone JAMB Regularization, ensuring they can participate in the National Youth Service Corps (NYSC) program and other academic activities in Nigeria.

Updated: January 8, 2024 — 07:56