Revealed: AAUA Students To Pay Between 120,000 And 200,000 As New Tuition Fees | The Precision

A new school fees regime has now been approved for students of Adekunle Ajasin University, Akungba Akoko, Ondo state following months of speculation.

The students would have to pay between N120,000 and N200,000 as school fees for the 2017/2018 academic session, THE PRECISION can understand.
The university had on Thursday in a press release signed by the Registrar, MS Ayeerun announced Sunday April 8th and Sunday April 15th as resumption dates for returning and fresh students and advised them to access the university registration portal to know the new school fees for each department.
A check on the school portal on Friday showed that new students admitted to study Law would pay N200,000 while returning students are expected to pay N150,000.
Also fresh students from the Faculty of Science and Social and Management Science are to pay N180,000 while those returning would pay N150,000.
N150,000 and N120,000 were approved for new and returning students respectively for those in Faculties of Art and Education.
THE PRECISION recall that there have been speculations of an imminent hike in tuition fees which had pitched the students against the management.
Last week the university’s student union gave the governing council a 7-day ultimatum to reopen the school.
Members of the state house of assembly also met with the school management in order to resolve the crisis.
With the new school fees regime, speculations on the possible hike in the school fees have now been closed.
The student union body is yet to issue a statement as at the time of filing this report.

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