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Nevertheless, this has become very important because ANSU(COOU) has done its 2020/2021 admission screening exercise and all the results are fully out.
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Therefore, the next question that will come into any ANSU(COOU) admission seekers mind is “How Do I check My Admission Status?”.
Well, the answer to that question is not far-fetched as you can see all of that information below.
ANSU(COOU) Admission List 2020/2021| ANSU 1st Batch & Direct Entry Admission List Out
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The management and authorities of ANSU(COOU) have released the admission list for the 2020/2021 academic session.
Therefore, all candidates that choose ANSU(COOU) as their first choice of institution, sat and passed the post UTME screening exercise can now go ahead to check their admission status right away.
To check your admission status, simply follow the process below;
How to Check ANSU Admission List On JAMB Portal
Currently, you can only access your ANSU admission status from JAMB admission status checking portal, follow the procedure outlined below:
- Go jamb.org.ng/efacility.
- Login to your Jamb profile with your username and password.
- Scroll down then locate and click the ‘Check Admission Status‘ tab.
- Select your Exam year and Enter your registration number in the required columns.
- Finally, click on ‘Check Admission Status‘ to access your COOU admission status.
Successfully admitted candidates are advised to go to JAMB CAPS portal to ACCEPT or REJECT the offer — How to Reject/Accept Your Admission on JAMB CAPS.
Candidates who did not upload their result as at the time of their JAMB application (Awaiting Result) should do so immediately by visiting any Computer Based Test (CBT) Centre nearest to them to upload their O’Level results on JAMB website.
How to Check ANSU Admission List.
- Go to ANSU admission portal at https://portal.coou.edu.ng/login.aspx.
- Login to the portal using your JAMB registration number
- Print out an invoice and go to the University’s designated banks (Fidelity Bank, Eco Bank or Zenith Bank) and make the payment of One thousand five hundred naira (N1,500) only.
- Access PIN code for authorized login into the University portal to see your admission status will be issued to candidates following the payment at the bank.
There is high possibility that your name can be found in JAMBs portal or CAPS.
Therefore you can check;
O3schools is using this medium to congratulate all those who have been offered admission into the 2019/2020 academic session of ANSU (COOU)
We wish you a happy schooling experience.
You can drop your phone numbers so that we can add you to all COOU WhatsApp group of those who have been admitted.
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