KASU Admission List 2022/2023[See How To Check All Batches]

KASU Admission List 2022/2023[See How To Check All Batches]- Did you register for the Kaduna State University Post UTME/DE Screening Exercise? If you did, then it’s our pleasure to inform you that the management of the institution has released its admission list to the general public.

Before the admission list was released on the school website, it was first uploaded on the JAMB CAPS portal and those status is showing a congratulatory message are urged to accept their admission status first there to show that they have accepted the admission offered to them by the institution. Visit the JAMB CAPS or Efacility page via the URL efacility.jamb.gov.ng, input your email address, and password, and click on the Login button to access your dashboard immediately.

Once you click on the Check Admission Status tab, select your admission year, input your JAMB Registration number, and click on the Check Admission Status to see if you have been admitted. Those who have been admitted would see a congratulatory message while those who are yet to be admitted would either see “Admission In Progress” or “You have not been offered Admission”.

Is the KASU 2023/2024 Admission List out? Presently, the Kaduna State University[KASU] 2022/2023 admission list is the only one available to the public however, candidates are urged to take proper note of the guidelines here as they would follow it to check the list.

How To Check KASU 2022/2023 Admission List

Follow the steps below to check the list on the admission list checker portal:

  • Visit the portal forms.kasu.edu.ng/home.php
  • Click on the Check Admission Status button
  • Input your JAMB Registration number and click on Check Status

Those admitted should print out both their JAMB and School admission letter before paying the acceptance fee. Paying the acceptance fee means that you have accepted the admission offer also, note only those who pay this fee would be eligible to take part in the physical screening exercise or documentation.

Please drop your comments below if you have any questions also share this article with those that you know registered for the KASU Post UTME/DE Screening Exercise.