ABSU Sets New Date for 2021/2022 2nd semester examination

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ABSU Sets New Date for 2021/2022 2nd semester examination. The management of Abia State University has issued a notice for the approval of the new date for the 2nd semester examination.

This is to inform all regular students of Abia State University, their parents and guardians that Management of the University has approved that the Second Semester, 2020/2021 examinations earlier scheduled to commence on Monday, 17th January, 2022 would now commence on Monday, 24th January, 2022.

ABSU Sets New Date for 2021/2022 2nd semester examination

Management further reminds the students as follows.

1. That the University portal for registration of courses would be shut on Monday, 17th January, 2022, one week before commencement of the examinations for all students who have not paid their outstanding fees.

 

2. That the policy of “No School Fees, No Examination”, as agreed by Senate and the Students would be strictly implemented.

3. Any student who fails to register his/her courses within the Senate approved guideline will automatically carry over the courses.

 

Please, be properly guided.

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