The Olabisi Onabanjo University[OOU] 2022/2023 admission list has been released online by the management of the institution. This is to inform those who successfully registered for the Post UTME/DE Screening exercise that the names of those offered admission into the institution have now been published online.
All batches of the admission list have been published online by the management of the institution. The list is divided into two batches and the same steps can be used to check all batches of the admission list once it has been released.
There are instructions admitted persons would have to follow and all of them would be outlined right here on this page. To know if you have been admitted, visit the JAMB CAPS portal or facility page via the link efacility.jamb.gov.ng and login via your JAMB Registration number and password. Once you login, click on the Check Admission Status tab and input the details requested and your status would be displayed.
Now you might be wondering how to know if I have been admitted and the answer is simple. Those who have been admitted would see a congratulatory message displayed there “Congratulations You Have Been Offered Admission” and you are expected to accept the admission offer and print out your admission letter before following the steps below to check the list on the school portal.
How To Check The OOU 2022/2023 Admission List
Those admitted via should follow the procedures below to check the admission list on the OOU Admission list checker portal:
- Visit the OOU admission list checker portal portal.oouagoiwoye.edu.ng/admission/login.php
- Click on the Check Admission Status button[Green Button]
- Use your JAMB Registration number and Surname as the Username and Password
- Once you input the details above, your status would be displayed immediately
Congratulations to those who made the admission list released by the institution. Those offered admission should pay the acceptance fee and proceed to the school for the physical screening exercise before they can be allowed to pay their school fees.
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