When Will UNIOSUN Release 2nd Batch Admission List for 2017/2018

The Osun State University, Osogbo 2nd batch Admission list for 2017/2018 academic session will be out soon.
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Uniosun has started dropping the lists for 2017/2018 academic session. Check Uniosun Portal here to see if you have been admitted on any of the lists. I'm sure you are reading this guide either because it was shared to you or because of your frequent search on when then the Uniosun 2nd admission list will be out.

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I observed that most aspirants aiming Uniosun has started searching for the topic "Is Uniosun 2nd admission list out?" on google. I want you to ignore all claims that the Uniosun 2nd Admission List is out for now. On My9jaedu.com, we try as much as possible to guide aspirants as well as candidates who might be aspiring into various institutions, either polytechnic or University.

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When will the list be officially out? According to the information we gathered, the Uniosun 2nd Admission List will be out by the ending of this month or latest first week in december. Uniosun's academic calendar is in a bit closer to Unilorin's academic calendar which makes it a very fast.  Resumption for freshers is proposed to be 20th of November, 2017 and returning students is 27th. We will advice you to stay updated here on MY9JAEDU as this blog has been known for its resourceful and authentic school information. Once the 2nd batch admission has been publised officially you will get to know here.

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Its no news that the school fee has been increased to 140% and the incoming students will have to pay this to retain their studentship when admitted by Uniosun. Below is the picture showing the schedule of fees updated on the school website some days back.
Under the new tuition regime, fresh non science students that used to pay N150,500 will as from 2017/2018 academic session, pay N210,500, while those going for Sciences, Anatomy/Physiology will have to pay N245,500, a over 120% increment from the previous N110,500.

Also, from the N135,500 paid last session, Nursing and Law students are to pay N285,500. Public Health students that used to pay N110,500, will, as from the beginning of 2017/2018 session pay N285, 500. Engineering students, from the N110,500 paid last session will be paying N250,500.


1. Upon completion of Acceptance Registration on the Admissions Portal, all freshers are required to proceed to the College Office for screening exercise.

2. Freshers are to present the following documents in the order listed below:
a) UNIOSUN Provisional Admission Slip
b) JAMB Admission Letter
c) O’Level Result
d) Statement of Result and Copy of Academic Transcript (Direct Entry Only)
e) UTME Result/DE Registration Form
f) Post UTME Screening Result
g) Two copies of Acceptance Clearance
h) Valid (three years) Tax Clearance of Parent
i) Osun State Development Levy
3. After successful verification of the documents listed in (2) above, freshers are to collect files and 
other necessary documents. The Students’ Portal account of the fresher is then activated.

4. After activation, freshers are to proceed for payment of the stipulated fees via the UNIOSUN Interswitch WebPAY platform.
5. Freshers are to complete courses registration online and submit copies of course forms in their respective Departments.

6. Freshers are to submit the files collected in (3) above with all the necessary documents on or before the registration deadline

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