Nigerian Army University Matriculation 2021

This article is about the Nigerian Army University, Biu, 2021 matriculation ceremony for the newly admitted students for the 2021/2022 academic session. In this post, we will reveal the date, time and venue of the matriculation ceremony for the 100-level and Direct Entry students.

The Nigerian Army University, Biu, has officially announced the date and venue of the matriculation ceremony for the newly admitted students for the 2021/2022 academic session and is therefore, notifying the university community that Matriculation Ceremony for fresh will hold in the first week of August 2021. According to the official communication by the University, the Matriculation Ceremony has be scheduled to take place on Saturday, 7th August, 2021, at the football pitch of University’s Temporary Site in Biu.

Further to that, the university advised all students scheduled to take part in the 2021/2022 matriculation ceremony to assemble at the site for procession in line with their respective faculties by 8:00am. The University further disclosed that members of the Senate and Congregation procession to the venue will start by 9:20am.

Nigerian Army University Matriculation 2021

The Nigerian Army University’s entrance gate

In view of this development, the university also wishes to remind students of the need to complete their registration on or before August , two days before the matriculation ceremony to avoid forfeiting the provisional offer of admission. The university had set the deadline for registration for the 2021/2022 academic session for returning students to be 10th August 2021, while the deadline for registration for the fresh students is 5th August, 2021.

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The university warned that failure of any fresh student to register on or before the scheduled deadline will attract automatic forfeiture of the offer of admission while returning students who fail to adhere to the 10th August deadline for registration will be the sum of N5, 000 penalty for late registration. If you have any question, please leave it at the comment section and we will respond accordingly.

 

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Updated: August 2, 2021 — 10:52 am

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