The management of Afe Babalola University, Ado-Ekiti (ABUAD), has officially announced the publication of its provisional admission list for first-degree programs, pertaining to the 2023/2024 academic session. This announcement is directed towards candidates who partook in the university’s admission screening exercise.
|📢 Announcement||The provisional admission list for the 2023/2024 academic year was released.|
|🔍 How to Check||Via the JAMB admission status checking portal.|
|🔄 Ongoing||The admission process is still in progress; candidates are advised to check regularly.|
|🏆 Actions||ACCEPT or REJECT admission through JAMB CAPS.|
|Print the JAMB admission letter after acceptance.|
|🔀 Change Course||Option for change of course on JAMB portal available.|
|📋 Documents||Required documents for registration are listed.|
|⏳ Availability||Admission offers are on a first-come, first-served basis.|
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ABUAD Undergraduate Admission List: Online Availability
The provisional admission list for Afe Babalola University’s undergraduate courses for the 2023/2024 academic year has been successfully uploaded to the online platform.
How to Verify Your Admission Status on Afe Babalola University’s List
Currently, prospective students for ABUAD have only one avenue to confirm their admission status, which is through the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) portal. Below is an elaborate guide to aid in this process:
Access the Official JAMB Portal
Begin by navigating to the JAMB’s specialized facility located at https://efacility.jamb.gov.ng/.
Log in to Your JAMB Profile
Input your username and password to log into your JAMB profile.
Locate the ‘Check Admission Status’ Tab
Scroll down the dashboard to find the tab labeled ‘Check Admission Status’ and select it.
Input Examination Year and Registration Number
From the dropdown menu, choose the year you sat for your examination and insert your JAMB registration number in the appropriate field.
Finalize the Verification Process
To conclude the process, click on ‘Check Admission Status’ to unveil your ABUAD admission status. Alternatively, you may opt to click ‘Access my CAPS’ for an extensive overview of your admission status and other correlated services.
Status of Ongoing Admissions and Subsequent Steps
For candidates still awaiting their admission status, be advised that the admission procedure is ongoing. Regular checks on both the JAMB and university websites are recommended.
If You’ve Been Successfully Admitted
If you have been provisionally admitted into ABUAD’s first-degree programs, the following steps should be taken promptly:
Accept or Reject Admission via JAMB CAPS
Log into the JAMB Central Admission Processing System (CAPS) to either accept or reject your admission.
Print JAMB Admission Letter
After accepting the admission, download and print your JAMB admission letter.
Consider Changing Course, If Necessary
In instances where you are admitted into a program different from your initial choice, proceed to apply for a change of course on the JAMB Portal.
When Admission List Appears on University Website
Once the list is uploaded to the ABUAD website, another method to check admission status will be available:
Visit the ABUAD Admission Portal
Navigate to https://admissions.abuad.edu.ng/under/CheckAdmission.
Input Your JAMB Registration Number
Insert your JAMB registration number in the provided field and click on ‘Check Admission Status’.
Pay the Acceptance Fee
Upon successful admission, the next course of action is to remit the required Acceptance Fee.
Mandatory Documents for Registration
For completion of your admission process, the following documents are obligatory:
- O’ Level result
- JAMB Result or Direct Entry Application Slip (if applicable)
- Letter of Introduction from Previous Institution
- JAMB Admission Letter and Admission Letter from Previous Institution
- Official Transcripts (if applicable)
- Afe Babalola University Admission Letter
In summary, please note that the offer of provisional admission is strictly on a first-come, first-served basis, emphasizing the urgency of completing the subsequent admission steps.
I hope you find this article helpful.