AAPOLY New Registration Procedure 2024/2025

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Abraham Adesanya Polytechnic (AAPOLY) is keen to ensure that both returning students and freshers are well-informed about the registration process for the 2024/2025 academic session.

Guidelines for Returning Students

For those continuing their academic journey at AAPOLY, there are specific steps to follow to ensure a seamless registration:

Financial Obligations

  • It’s imperative for returning students to make payments for their school fees, with a minimum requirement of settling at least 50% of the total amount.

Administrative Requirements

  • Students should make it a priority to update their files. Keeping personal and academic records up-to-date ensures a smooth progression through the academic years.

Freshers: Starting Your AAPOLY Journey

For the newcomers eager to embark on their academic pursuit at AAPOLY, here’s what you need to know:

Verification Process

  • Begin by obtaining a Verification of Credentials Form from the Admission Unit. This form is crucial for authenticating your previous academic records.

Payments and Documentation

  • Visit the school office with a receipt showcasing that you’ve paid a minimum of 50% of the school fees, along with any other proof of payment.
  • After presenting all the required receipts, freshers can collect the Registration Package, which contains three essential files.
  • It’s vital to fill out the Registration Package correctly and comprehensively to avoid future administrative hiccups.

Submitting Your Documents

  • Ensure you make photocopies of all necessary documents. Submit these, along with the filled Registration Package, to the School Office and the Academic Affairs Unit.

Critical Dates and Penalties

Registration Deadline

  • Regardless of whether you’re a returning student or a fresher, keep in mind that the deadline for registration is five weeks after the resumption of the academic session.

Late Registration Details

  • Late registrations are accommodated, but only for an additional two weeks post the initial deadline. However, there’s a catch: a penalty fee of N20,000 applies for those who miss the primary deadline.

The Stakes of Procrastination

  • It’s crucial to understand the consequences of further delays. Students who fail to register by the end of the late registration period automatically forfeit their studentship for the upcoming academic session.

Conclusion

Registering for a new academic year is a critical administrative task, and following the outlined steps will ensure a hassle-free process.

For any questions or additional clarifications, students are advised to contact the Admission Office directly.

Furthermore, for real-time updates and further details, follow AAPOLY on their official social media channels or visit their official website.

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