Sule Lamido University School Fee

Have you guys heard that Sule Lamido University has finally released its school fee schedule for the 2023/2024 academic year? We have confirmed it and discovered that it is true, and that is why we decided to bring it to the hearing of the general public, especially those students who wrote just concluded SLU UTME and were successfully admitted into the university.

If you were offered admission or still waiting for the admission list to be released, yet you are convinced that you will be offered admission, then this piece of information will be crucial to you, therefore read and ensure you grab all the details of this article about the SLU school fee schedule.

Having the right information and being on time can be that pretty good. So, since you know that the management of the SLU has officially released the school fee schedule, all you need now is to read this article and find out how much you are to pay as either a new student or a returning student. But how will you do this, by scrolling down through the table where we have listed all the fees for indigene and non-indigenous students?

Listen, the whole essence of this article is to help you to have a full knowledge of how much each student is meant to pay as the school fee, acceptance fee, and the procedures on how to pay the same. Please read this piece so that you can get all the details you need.  

Background of Sule Lamido University

The school was established in 2013, and in September 2014, it commenced its full academic session, and that same 2014, the state House of Assembly of Jigawa state passed a bill and was renamed after Sule Lamido. Sule Lamido University is a state-owned but public university that is situated in Kafin in Jigawa State. The University is a state-owned university that was founded and licensed by the National Universities Council NUC in 2013. 

It is quite true that the university was founded in 2013, but it was in June 2010, that a former Executive Secretary of the National Universities Commission (NUC), for the sake of achieving the goal of establishing the Sule Lamido University, set up a 9–Member Technical Committee that was chaired by Prof. Munzali Jibril, of the then State Executive Council to oversee the entire project of establishing the institution.

From its inception, the University started with a four-phased yet five-year development plan, and it was also structured as an entrepreneurial-orientated institution, that is ICT driven. The long-term objective of the management council was to ensure that at the end of 2032, the school will have three (3) Schools, twenty (20) Faculties, and also have fifty-nine (59) Academic Departments, two hundred and sixty-one (261) Programmes, considering all the levels in the school.

In That same year, but on the month of May 2013, a 10-Member University Implementation Committee (UIC), was set up again by Prof. Munzali Jibril, the then Honourable Commissioner of the State. The committee was chaired by Prof. Haruna Wakili, to manage the institution. The Committee served as the University’s Management until the Governing Council was juxtaposed to become one and the same body.

In the next year, precisely in December 2014, the State Assembly passed a bill again that amended the Law by renaming the University after Sule Lamido University Kafin.  The Governor signed the renaming of the school into Sule Lamido University on 23rd December 2014.

As we speak, the SLU of Kafi has been one of the best universities in Nigeria, with the vision of becoming a top class University that solves societal problems through the use of stimulating teachings, learnings, and research in its environment, while its mission statement is to produce graduates with sound character and learning, with the spirit of service and dedication to innovative applications of knowledge aimed at improving the lives of people within the State, the nation and humanity at large.

SLU has a large number of administrative heads and officers who run the school but the big administrative cap of the institution is won by Professor Lawan Sani Taura, the Vice Chancellor of the University. visit www.slu.edu.ng

What is School Fee?

The term school fee is used to refer to a prescribed fee levied on a student of a particular institution of learning, that has government approval to operate. The institution of learning could be a higher institution or a primary or secondary school. The fees paid by each student of any school are very important because the management of the school will use such to cater to the development of the school.

The Meaning of Acceptance Fee

An acceptance fee is a fee paid by a student to a higher institution to indicate that such student has accepted the admission offer given to the student. This also authenticates the studentship of the student in that institution of learning. However, any student that fails to pay his or her acceptance fee has automatically forfeited the admission offer for the year.

Sule Lamido University School Fee Schedule Breakdown

In this section, we are going to look at a breakdown of the SLU breakdown for new and returning students. If you are a fresh or returning student of the Sule Lamido University Kafin, read and know which is your own school fee.

Tale 1: School Fee Breakdown for New and Returning Students

S/N Fee Category Humanity Inclined Courses Science Inclined Courses
A SLU School Fees For Indigenes N30,000 N35,000
B SLU School Fees For Non-Indigenes N60,000 N70,000
C SLU School Fees For Foreign Students N100,000 N120,000

Tale 2: School Fee Breakdown for Science-Inclined Courses

A Male Indigenes of Jigawa State  N8,750.00

The Jigawa State Government through State Scholarship Board will pay 75% and students will pay 25% of N8,750.00 of the fee. State Scholarship Board.

B Female Indegenes of Jigawa State Free (no payment of fees)
C Jigawa State (Physically Challenged Indigenes) Free (no payment of fees)
D Indigenes of other States N70,000.00

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Tale 3: School Fee Breakdown for Arts-Inclined Courses

A Male Indigenes of Jigawa State N7,500.00

The Jigawa State Government through State Scholarship Board will pay 75% and students will pay 25% of N60,000.00 of the fee.

B Female Indegenes of Jigawa State Free ( no payment of fees)
C Jigawa State (Physically Challenged Indigenes) Free (no payment of fees)
D Indigenes of other States N60,000.00

The above table one (1), table two (2), and table three (3) is the total breakdown for science-inclined and arts-inclined, fresh, and returning students of SLU for the 2023/2024 academic year. 

Other Extra-fees:

Hostel Fees = 10,000

Acceptance fee = N2,000

Entrepreneurship fee = N2,000

SLU Acceptance Fee Payment Procedures

  • Log in to the official website at www.slu.edu.ng 
  • Create an account 
  • Log in your full details in the space provided (name, phone number, and email address)
  • Select mode of payment: bank branch or credit card
  • Generate invoice with Remita Retrieval Reference (RRR) Number, move to any bank for payment
  • Fill your application form with the correct information before submitting 
  • Click on the Submission tab
  • Print out your Acknowledgement Slip

Conclusion

If you read that article, then congratulations, because you can now get your mind prepared on what you are expected to pay as your school fees. And we hope you were able to gather all the information that you need. 

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