The management of the Ladoke Akintola University of Technology has announced the deadline for the payment of tuition for the newly admitted students of the 2018/2019 academic session.
According to a newsletter which was sent via mail to all admitted students, the management of the University instructed all fresh students to endeavour to pay their tuition fees before December 15, 2018, as any student who fails to pay his/her tuition fees before the stipulated time will automatically forfeit the offer of provisional admission.
The University also instructed all the newly admitted students to visit the University website to print the new version of the University admission letter at no extra cost.
Below is an extract of the newsletter published by the University;
All candidates who were offered provisional admissions for the 2018/2019 academic session are hereby notified that payment of tuition fees for the session will close on December 15, 2018.
Any candidate who fails to pay his/her tuition on or before that deadline will automatically forfeit the offer of provisional admission.
Also by this notice, all candidates are to download the new version of the University admission letter at no extra cost.
I once again congratulate you and wish you all the best.
J. A. Agboola
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