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Leah Sharibu was among the abducted 109 girls of the Government Girls Science and Technical College, Dapchi in Yobe State. The girls were abducted by the terrorist group, Boko Haram on February 19, 2018. Leah Sharibu who was aged fifteen at the time of the abduction in March 2018 turn 16 today, Monday. While 104 abducted girls were released to their parents, Leah Sharibu was held back by the captives because she refused to renounce her Christian faith.
“Monday, May 14 , 2018, our daughter, Miss Leah Sharibu , will be 16 years . If she were here with us , we would have been celebrating her 16 th birthday with her . “She is not with us and all we can do is fast and pray for her as a family and I want to appeal to all Nigerians and other concerned people around the world to help us pray for her safety wherever she is and for her return as well. “President Buhari seemed to have forgotten about Leah but we know God who brought her forth will not forget her . We believe that God is keeping watc…

Usman Danfodiyo University ,Sokoto Registration Procedure For New Students 2017/18 Announced

All newly admitted students of Usman Danfodiyo University (UDUSOK) are required to observe the following activities in order to successfully complete their registration in the University.
udusok registration procedure

Payment of Acceptance and Screening Fees;
Print Evidence of Admission;

Confirmation of Admission;


You are required to pay the sum of N5,000.00 as Acceptance Fee (N3,000) and Screening Fee (N2,000).

Access the UDUS admission Portal (;
Click Check Admission
Type your – JAMB/MATRIC Number in the space provided and click on Check Admission.

If you are admitted, the system will display a congratulatory message containing the Program you are offered. You will be required to provide GSM No and E-mail address at the bottom of the page. Please make sure you provide valid information as your evidence of payment will be sent to the email address you provided.

Click on the button “Click to print payment invoice” to print your invoice. This will redirect you to the Remita website to generate and print the invoice.

You MUST print and pay the invoice before you can print your evidence of admission.

Go to any bank of your choice with your invoice and make payment. Make sure:

You obtain Remita receipt for your
The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt MUST match that of the Remita invoice.

Note: Make sure you keep your invoice and receipt safely. You need them as part of documents required for confirmation.


You can only print your evidence of admission letter after your acceptance and screening fees payments have been verified. To verify your payment and print your admission letter:

Access the UDUS admission portal (;
Click on Print Acceptance after payment link at the bottom of the screen;

At the next page, enter your JAMB/MATRIC Number and click This will verify your payment.

Once payment is verified OK, Click on Print Evidence of Admission to print your evidence of admission


You are required to come to the University for confirmation of your admission. Please note that until you are confirmed, you are not yet a student of the University. Before you come for confirmation, you are required to create an account on the University portal and come to the confirmation venue with the following documents:

Evidence of payment of acceptance and screening fees (Remita receipt);
Evidence of admission letter printed from the Portal;

Originals of your credentials, including JAMB and WAEC/NECO or any o/level result;

Ten passport photographs;
Letter of Indigeneship from Local
Birth Certificate/Declaration of Age

Original JAMB Slip
All fresh students are required to present to the University, at the time of Registration, a letter of reference from their Parents/Guardians or Persons of reputable standing in the society Vouching for their good bahaviour.

Creation of Account

In order to successfully create your personal account, you should readily have the followings:

Electronic copy of your passport photograph (not more than 2mb);
Details about your date of birth;
Details of your qualifications, including your JAMB/Matric number;
Valid email address (if you do not have one, you should open it before proceeding);
Valid GSM number;
Electronic copy of your signature;
Study programme offered to you by the University (this is contained in the evidence of admission you printed)

To create an account on MIS:

Access the account creation page at
Click on Create account, this will open a “create new account” page for you to create an account.

Upon opening the page, you would be requested to enter the JAMB number with which you were offered admission, to confirm that you are an admitted student of UDUS. (Note any field that has asterisk “*” is required field and must be filled before the registration can be complete and successful).

Fill all information correctly, read through and proof read the information you have provided, then click the create new account button at the bottom of the screen to create and submit your information to the portal.

Once the account is created successfully, a green message will be displayed at the top of the screen informing you about successful creation of the record. Your username and password will be displayed on the screen. Carefully record these details. Pay attention to case sensitivity. You need the username and password to log back into the Portal. Some details and additional instructions are sent to the email address you provided. IT IS VERY IMPORTANT TO RECORD YOUR USERNAME AND PASSWORD AND HAVE A VALID EMAIL ADDRESS. YOU ARE STRONGLY ADVISED TO PRINT THIS PAGE.


All students of the University are to complete the following registration of courses requirements:

Payment of tuition fees;
Registration of Courses


All students are required to pay their fees before they can continue with courses registration. If you are a new student, use the username and password you created during creation of account.

Returning students should use their existing login details. All students require UDUS and Remita invoices in order to complete their payment.

To pay your fees:

Go to MIS portal;
Login with the username and password you created during account creation;

At the top left side of the page Click on pay fees, this will list the fees items/prices for the programme you were confirmed;

Click on Pay fee;
Click Send Fee Details for Processing, this will generate your UDUS invoice;
Read the instructions on the displayed page to print your UDUS invoice;

To print the Remita invoice, click on pay fees at the top left-hand side of the main page again;
Click on Print Remita Invoice link on the displayed page. This will redirect you to Remita Payment Gateway platform;

On the Remita page, click on “Print Invoice” link at the top right-hand side of the screen to print your invoice;
Go to any bank of your choice with the invoice and make payment. Make sure:

You obtain Remita receipt for your payment;
The Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) number on the receipt matches that of the Remita Invoice;

Verify Your Payment

In order to continue with registration, your payment must have been confirmed by the UDUS Portal. To confirm your payment;

Log into the MIS Portal using your username and password;
Click on verify payment. This will open a “verify payment” page;

A message will be displayed indicating whether your payment has been successfully verified or

Once your payment has been successfully verified, you can proceed with registration of courses.


To register your courses;

Log into the MIS Portal at;
Click on Registration. This will open the “registration” page. The courses offered for your program at your level, including electives, if any, will be displayed

Click on Submit at the bottom of the page to complete your registration.

Note: 1. If you have not paid your fees or your payment was not successfully verified, you will not be able to register. The following message “you must pay your fees before course registration!” will be displayed.

In case of any difficulty, contact your Faculty IT Support Staff or your Department.

You can view and print your registered courses as follows:

After login to the MIS at, click on My courses. This will open the

“list of registered courses” page.

Enter the session to print in the box provided and click on Apply This will display the courses registered for the given session. You can then print the list.


The add/drop courses allow students to modify their registration of the current session. The following provide guidelines for adding/dropping of courses:

You must have registered courses for the session before you can add/drop
Students can add or drop courses anytime during normal registration or within the first two weeks of the second Sesmester
Students can add/drop courses of the current session as well as previously unregistered courses, subject to maximum and minimum units of registration for the programme
Students can add/drop courses on their own as long as registration is not Once registration is closed, adding or dropping of courses require:

Payment of add/drop fees;
Filling of add/drop form and obtaining approval of the Department;
Adding/dropping by designated staff of the Department and/or IT Support Staff of the Faculty.

In case of students dropping courses as a result of previously missing grades, no add/drop fees will be

To add/drop courses when registration is not closed;

Log into the portal using your username and password;
Click on add/drop link and follow the instructions on the screen.

To add/drop courses after close of registration;

Generate add/drop invoice;
Pay the fees and obtain remita receipt;

Obtain and fill add/drop form(s);

Get the approval of your department;
Submit the form to your department or Faculty IT Support


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