UPSA Revised Re-opening Date of First Semester

By | October 20, 2021

UPSA Revised Re-opening Date of First Semester

UPSA Revised Re-opening Date of First Semester ; This comes to inform all Undergraduate and Diploma Continuing students that the University will re-open for the First Semester of the 2021/2022 academic year as follows:

1. Course Registration
All Undergraduate and Diploma Continuing Students are expected to go on the interpay to disburse the appropriate fees paid at any Access Bank branch and proceed to their USIS student’s portal for their course registration from Monday, 4th October, 2021 – Sunday, 31st October, 2021.

Detailed procedure for both course registration and resit registration will be made available on the University’s website.

2. Blended Teaching and Learning
The following is the schedule for blended teaching and learning for the first semester of the 2021/2022 academic year:
● The first six (6) weeks of the semester (i.e. Monday, 11th October, 2021-Sunday, 21st November, 2021):

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ꟷ Undergraduate Level 400 and Level 300 students (Virtual Session)
ꟷ Undergraduate Level 200 and Diploma Level 200 (In-Person Session)

● There will be a swap in the teaching mode in the second six (6) weeks of the semester (i.e. Monday, 22nd November, 2021- Sunday, 16th January, 2022):

ꟷ  Undergraduate Level 400 and Level 300 (In-Person Session)
ꟷ  Undergraduate Level 200 and Diploma Level 200 (Virtual Session)

The detailed academic calendar for the First Semester-2021/2022 academic year can be found on the University Website.

All students are to take note of the dates specified for the various activities and comply accordingly.

SIGNED

Anthony Afeadie

Ag. Director, Academic Affairs

For: REGISTRAR

cc:

Vice-Chancellor
Pro-Vice-Chancellor
Deans of Faculty
Heads of Department
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