The University offers admission into her undergraduate, postgraduate and consultancy programs including diploma and certificate programs, distance learning and sandwich programs.
The University advertises all her programmes into which students can be admitted in UME/DE JAMB brochures as well as on national dailies, TVs and Radio stations, her Notice Boards and of course, on her website.Registrations and Orientation
(a) An orientation course is organized to make fresh students acclimatize and familiarize themselves with the new environment. Freshmen on arrival to the University campus should report at the Students Affairs Division for clearance and room should report at the Porters lodge of the various Halls of residence for assistance.
(b) During the orientation, freshmen are arranged in groups and introduced to various units of the University. They pay visits to place like the library, the University Health Centre, the Bookshop and Schools.
(c) Tour may also be undertaken to interesting sites to familiarize the students with Yola and its surroundings.
(d) Before students commence normal lectures, registration of course MUST be done at the schools concerned. This exercise is carried out by the Academic Division of the Registry in conjunction with the Schools.
(e) All fresh undergraduates are required to matriculate at a formal ceremony presided over by the Vice-Chancellor. The ceremony takes place after the close of registration.
Payment of Fees
Below are the recommended schedule of fees for the students of the Federal University of Technology, Yola for 1995/96 session. The fees are subject to change from time to time by Senate.
|10.||Students Union Constitution||150.00||150.00|
|20.||Public Lecture Handbook||50.00||50.00|
|21.||Students Union Dues||300.00||300.00|
(b) Foreign Student
Except for the tuition fees, all other fees are the same as for Nigerian Students
(c) Except where a special permission is granted in writing, no student, whose fees for the session has not been paid will be registered into any course in the University.
(a) The University is not under obligation to accommodate any student. Hostel accommodation is a privilege and voluntary to all students. However, the University will provide hostel accommodation to eligible and interested students who are ready to abide by the University’s rules and regulations on room occupancy. Students who opt for the accommodation in the hostels will be required to share rooms with their colleagues. The number of students per room will be as the University may decide. Facilities are provided in the halls of residence for students to launder their clothes. Students are requested to keep their environment clean.
(b) Non-Degree students are not entitled to accommodation.
(c) Pregnant/Nursing mother students will not be provided with accommodation
(d) The right to room occupancy is not transferable.
(e) Each student will be responsible for the care of the furniture and fittings in his/her room. The actual replacement cost of any broken down furniture or loss of key must be paid by the student(s) before replacement can be made or a clearance is given.
(f) Any mal-functioning or breakage of electrical or any other fixtures should be reported to the Hall Porter immediately.
(g) Candles are not permitted in student rooms. In the event of blackouts only battery-powered flashlight should be used. Stoves and cookers can only be used at the designated places.
(h) Students must make use of toilet rolls (not newspapers) in the toilets to avoid blockage.
(i) Hostel accommodation is valid for one academic session only.
(j) Any careless or willful destruction or damage to University property will be investigated and where justified, the occupants of the room(s) will be surcharged and punished. If negligence or damage is excessive, the room(s) occupants and any other culprit(s) will be expelled from the hall of residence.
(k) The sale, purchase or consumption of liquor on the campus is not allowed and organizers of student functions will be held responsible if any liquor is sold or consumed or in any way handled on the campus during such student functions.
(l) Any student accommodating a visitor or a fellow student or any other person in his room overnight without a written permission of the Hall Warden shall pay a fine of N300.00 and be liable to expulsion from the Hall of Residence. The disciplinary action is without prejudice to any further action that may be taken against such a student by the University Authority.
(m) Hanging or display of pornographic pictures is not allowed in student rooms.
(n) Student are not allowed to keep pets of any kind within the University premises.
(b) Male students are not allowed to visit female students in their room
(c) All visitors must be received in the Common Rooms.
(d) Students are responsible for the behaviour and conduct of their visitors.
(a) For absence overnight or longer periods, students are required to obtain duly signed exeats from the Hall authorities.
(b) Any absence involving from lectures, tutorials or practical classes, requires the approval of the Head of Department concerned.
(c) Students my hand in all keys to the Hall Porters before leaving the University premises on vacation at the end of the session.
(d) Rooms must be vacated at the end of each semester unless permission to stay during the vacation has been granted in writing in advance.
(a) Individual problems should be reported to the Student Affairs Officer or his staff. Problems concerning the Halls of Residence should be referred to the Hall Porters in the first instance.
(b) Collective problems may be referred direct to the Student Affairs Office, who will, if necessary, refer the matter to the Dean of Student.
(b) Fresh students are required to registered with the University Health Centre. The registration fee is N200.00
(c) Students who are sick should report at the University Clinic Students who required to the Yola Specialist Hospital. The University clinic shall then report any such cases to the Student Affairs Officer who will in turn contact the next of kin of the student.
(d) Students are advised to contact the Hall Porter on duty or the Medical Officer on duty in case of emergency.
(e) Students who are sick during vacations should request their attending Doctors to write and notify the Medical Officer in charge of the University Clinic about their illness, diagnosis and treatment, otherwise a covering letter in cases involving the missing of classes and examinations.
(f) Students’ relatives, spouses or children are not entitled to medical attention in the University Health Centre.
(b) A club/society must be registered before it is allowed to operation. For the purpose of registration, the constitution (by-laws and list of members of the proposed club/society) must be submitted and approved by the Student Welfare Committee.
(c) Registration of club/societies is for one academic session only.
(d) At the beginning of each session, secretaries of approval clubs are required to send to the Students Affairs Officer a list of elected officials and other committee members.
(e) Any club/society that wishes to involve people from outside the University in its activities must notify and obtain a written approval of the Registrar at least two weeks before the commencement of such activity.
(f) List of Registered Clubs and Societies
1. National Association of Kilba Students
2. Nigeria Universities Engineering Students Association
3. Pacesetters Press Club
4. National Association of Ondo State Students.
5. National Association of Town Planning Students.
6. National Association of Geosciences and Mining Students.
7. National Association of Adamawa State Students Union.
8. Nigerian Institute of Surveying Students
9. National Society of Operation Research Students.
10. National Association of Abia/Imo State Students Union.
11. Nigerian Fellowship of Evangelist Students.
12. National Association of Plateau State Students.
13. Kano State Students Association.
14. Rotaract Club.
15. Baptist Students Fellowship.
16. National Union of Bauchi State Students.
17. Omega Club
18. Ogun State Students Union.
19. The Winans Klub
20. National Union of Anambra/Enugu State Students.
21. Jukun Students Association.
22. Technology Education Students Association.
23. Deeper Life Campus Fellowship
24. Students Chemical Society.
25. Fellowship of Christians.
26. Di-kegites Club.
27. Society for the Development of Science and Technology.
28. Express Club.
29. All Nigeria United Nation Students Association.
30. The Scorpion News Agency.
31. Tudmant International Club.
32. National Union of Borno State Students.
33. The Nigeria Economic Students Association.
34. Finance and Banking Students Association.
35. Accountancy Students Association.
36. The Biological Society.
37. National Association of Physics Students.
38. Literary Society of Nigeria.
39. Farmer Feed Club.
40. Gamji Sardona Memorial Club.
41. Muslim Students Society of Nigeria.
42. National Association of Statistics Students.
43. Photo Club.
44. Taraba State Students Association.
45. National Association of Geography Students.
46. Students Biological society.
47. Community of Keteb Students.
48. Kwara State Students Union.
49. National Association of Mathematics Students of Nigeria.
50. Bendel State Students Union.
51. El-Shaddai Bible Fellowship.
Collection of Money in the University
(a) Registered/club society subscriptions are allowed.
(b) Permission of the Vice-Chancellor is required for charitable collections.
Dances and other Functions
(a) Only printed and numbered tickets should be sold. No donation should be solicited at the gate at any dance or function held on the University Campus.
(b) Where the University has a reason to suspect that damage may be done to University property during a function, the University may demand a deposit before approval for the use of the premises is granted.
(b) All notices posted in the University Campus require the prior approval of the Students Affairs Officer.
(c) Editors of Students’ publications will be held responsible for the content of their publications. Where libelous or other unwarranted attacks are made either directly or indirectly against any member of the University Community, the editors shall be liable to such penalty including rustication etc. as determined by the Vice-Chancellor.
(d) Each article or cartoon in any student publication must bear the name of the author or his registered pen name.
(e) A copy of each issue of the student publication must be sent to the Students Affairs Officer and the Registrar 48 hours before circulation.
(f) The Vice-Chancellor may, in the interest of peace, ban any student publication either for a stipulated period of time or permanently.
(a) A peaceful demonstration may be allowed on the campus provided the students give 48 hours notice and obtain the written permission of the vice-Chancellor. The notice should clearly state the reason(s) for the demonstration.
(b) In case of demonstration, students are responsible for ensuring that they abide by the laws of the country.
(c) All demonstrations shall be peaceful. Where students are duly permitted to hold demonstrations within the University campus, such demonstrations shall only be carried out in the Students Hostels and sporting areas of the University.
(d) Students shall be collectively and individually held responsible for their actions during such demonstrations.
(e) Members of the University Community, both staff and students, who do not want to identify themselves with any demonstration are free to take such position and should be allowed to go about their lawful business within and outside the University, without any form of molestation.
(f) No demonstrating students shall molest or force any student or staff into participating in any demonstration or meeting against his/her wish. Any student caught doing so shall be expelled from the University.
(g) No demonstration of any kind is permitted within the Academic areas, the administrative building or the staff quarters of the University.
(h) The University forbids any form of demonstration against an individual member of staff, student or any other member of the University community.