UMYU Registration Guidelines for 2024/2025 Newly Admitted Students

This is to notify all freshers that the management of Umaru Musa Yar’adua University (UMYU), Kastina, has released the registration guidelines for the 2024/2025 academic session.


The university registration portal will be opened for registration between Monday, 31st October 2024 and Monday, 7th December 2024.

UMYU Fresh Students Registration Guidelines

Read the registration steps carefully before starting your online registration.

Stage 1: Admission Letter Printing Procedure

  • Visit, click Payment of Acceptance fee, and print of admission letter on the left navigation menu of the University home page.
  • The link will redirect you to the following URL
  • Login using your JAMB number and password used for Post UTME login.
  • To make payment for Acceptance Fee, please click Here
  • Make payment for the acceptance fee, which is N5,000 for indigenes and N10,000 for Non-Indigenes. Note that there is a N300 processing fee Bank Charge and N50 Stamp duty.
  • Payment can be made either through: –
    • Bank Branch (for this option, print the transaction ID and take it to a Bank Branch to pay) or
    • Pay Now (for this option, use your ATM card to pay online).
  • Make sure to print your receipt after payment of the acceptance fee.
  • After successful payment, you will be redirected to a link to print your admission letter.
  • Click on Print Other Forms links on the left side menu to print associated documents for registration.
  • After printing the admission letter and other forms, click on ‘Log on to portal’ to be redirected to the student portal for registration.

Stage 2: Registration and Payment Procedure

  • Once redirected to the students’ portal, please confirm your level and update your personal profile by filling in all the required fields.
  • Make sure you upload your passport photograph and signature in JPEG Format (each not more than 100kb in size). Ensure you provide your correct Email address, Home Address, and Phone Number.
  • At this stage, a student proceeds to make payment using the Paydirect Platform provided by clicking on either of the following Payment Options:
  • Bank Branch (for this option, print the transaction ID and take it to a Bank Branch to pay) or
  • Pay Now (for this option, use your ATM card to pay online).
  • For payment support: Select the Payment Support link under the “Payment Manager” Menu on your Portal, then click “Requery” against the transaction ID you have paid. You can also Print your payment receipt by selecting the ”Payment Support” link under the “Payment Manager” Menu on your Portal, then click “Print Receipt” against the transaction ID you have paid.

Important Notes

  • All students must upload their scanned passport photograph (JPEG Format not more than 100kb) and signature (JPEG Format not more than 100kb), as a requirement for online registration.
  • Once you have completed the profile update as required, click on the ‘Save Profile’ button at the bottom of the page. You will automatically be redirected to the Payment Page.

Stage 3: Access to Student Portal

  • Upon successful payment, the candidate should again click Log On To Portal ( to get Matric Number.
  • Bring the Matric Number and evidence of payment to the ICT Directorate to collect your University’s official email address (without this email, you can’t access the Portal again). Note that you are expected to use your official email address whenever you wish to Log On To Portal to conclude your registration.

Stage 4: Student ID Card Generation

  • Note that you must have uploaded your passport and signature as required in stage 2.
  • ID Card Collection, a date will be announced at the Security Unit
  • For support or inquiries, please contact the ICT Helpdesk at

Follow the link below to download the pdf guide:


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