Important Information To All the NOUN Graduating Students!

Are You among those graduating from National Open University of Nigeria this 2015/2016 academic session? Then this information contained in here is approximately for you, trust me, you really need it.

Before we commenced the information that has been officially announced from the website of Noun, we want to individually congratulates you for being among Desmong, Ini Edo and the rest from graduating from NOUN!

As Nigerians, money always comes first, so NOUN board has made compulsory that all Graduating Students must PAY Jamb Regularization Fee of Three Thousand, five Hundred Naira (N3,500) ONLY to the Bank. We would list it out.

And also, not just that, and also, all Final year students of the tertiary institution, are expected to pay the sum of Five Thousand Naira (N5,000) only into the following bank and account Number:

Name of BANK: Skye Bank
Account Number. 1770364597

All Graduating Students are to Download and Fill the Clearance Form. You can download the final year clearance form by Clicking HERE

Also note that this fee is for your Inauguration. So don’t take it for granted. Please, you should know that the information contained in the clearance form is private, so you must logged in, before accessing the information.

And they are also required to note that the information is embedded in a PDF file format, so you need a device that is PDF enabled, before you can read the full information easily.


Using this platform, we want to appraise all the graduating students that ONLY the names of students who have made this necessary payment would be forwarded to the National Youth Service Corps for consideration.

Just as i have said before, you will have to pay the total sum of the regularization of admission process is Three Thousand Five Hundred Naira (N3,500) only.

The deadline for payment is not yet out, but we will also keep you updated, so as not give you a chance of loosing your admission, you are thereby, required to visit out website for all graduating students.