Guidelines for return of 200L and Resumption of 100L and Direct Entry Students

Guidelines for return of 200L and Resumption of 100L and Direct Entry Students




Our esteemed students and parents,

The President/Vice Chancellor on behalf of the Council and Senate is pleased to welcome you again to the 2021/2022 academic year. He wishes you exciting and refreshing days ahead.

Resumption of 200L Returning Students

Below is the resumption schedule of students. This schedule of arrival on campus does not include 100L and 200L Direct Entry students. The reasons for this are: WAEC and NECO have not released the results of students who wrote the exams (the results are pre-requisites for university admission); JAMB has not uploaded the list of admitted candidates on their admission portal and; students who wrote the WAEC and NECO exams have not been able to upload their results on the JAMB Central Admission Processing System portal as required by JAMB. These factors are outside the control of the University, hence the resumption of 100L and 200L Direct Entry students will now be in January, 2022. Details of the arrival schedule for the 100L and 200L Direct Entry students will be communicated to them ahead of their arrival.


Sunday, October 24, 2021

8am-10am: 200L Students in:

                 School of Clinical Sciences

                 School of Basic Medical Sciences

                 School of Basic Clinical Sciences

                 Computing and Engineering Sciences

10am-12noon- 200L Students in:

                 School of Education & Humanities

                 School of Law & Security Studies

1pm-3pm- 200L Students in:

                 School of Management Sciences

Monday, October 25, 2021

8am-10am: 200L Students in:

               School of Nursing Science

               School of Public & Allied Health

10am-12noon: 200L Students in:

               School of Science & Technology

1pm-3pm- 200L Students in:

               Veronica Adeleke School of Social Sciences


Rapid Antigen Testing

We wish to reiterate that the goodness and wellbeing of our students is one of our top priorities. Mindful of the serious threat to human lives by the COVID-19 pandemic, especially with the discovery in the country of the highly transmissible Delta variant of the virus, the University is repeatedly up-scaling efforts to guarantee safety of all within the Institution’s campus.

In this regard, students from different places and parts of the country will be required to undergo Rapid Antigen testing at a cost of N10,000 (Ten Thousand Naira only) to the student. The student will wait for about 20 minutes for the result. Positive cases for the Rapid Antigen will proceed to do the PCR test at the cost of N25, 000 (Twenty-Five Thousand Naira only) also to be borne by the student. Evidence of payment for the test will be required on resumption at the University Amphitheatre, venue for the testing. If the result of the student is okay, the student proceeds straight to the hall of residence.


Acceptable modes of Payment for the COVID-19 screening are as follow:

1.     Bank Draft issued in favor of Babcock University Teaching Hospital to be presented on arrival.

2.     A direct fund transfer to Babcock University Teaching Hospital account with:

Bank: UBA. Account number: 1019218642


Every student who pays by a direct transfer payment is to print out the transfer document (debit advice or pay-in-slip) and submit it to the Bursary staff on arrival. Student’s full name and matric number or Application ID should be boldly written on the reverse side of the transfer document and submitted to the Bursary staff who will issue an interim manual receipt until payment is confirmed in the bank statement.


NOTE: All students are required to:

Present their Course Registration Form upon arrival as proof of their registration for the semester.

Present their JAMB Admission Letter to their respective School Officer upon arrival.

Come with their COVID-19 safety kits on resumption.

Students who can afford it may come with their infrared thermometer.

Only students with proof of payment of school fees, or sufficient balance in their student accounts will be allowed on campus.

While on campus, students are required to adhere strictly to the COVID-19 protocols as approved by the Federal Ministry of Health.

ALSO NOTE: That the full information of the University’s academic calendar is on our official website

For further enquiries, please contact the necessary University officers:

Adetunji Esther-          Medicine                             (+234) 8072090 621

Akalawu Alex –          CES                                    (+234) 8072090 557

Oke Omotola             SAT/PAH                                (+234) 8072090 482

Ndien Justina              Nursing                                   (+234) 8072090 198

Madukoma Goodluck   VASSS                                  (+234) 8072090 507

Ayanlowo Felicia        Law & Security Studies      (+234) 8072090 122

Ayeni Ifeoma              EAH                                        (+234) 8072090 483

Emea Monica              SMS                                    (+234) 8072090 494




Dogo Edafe                             (+234) 8072090 255

Rosanwo Taiwo                      (+234) 8072090 216

Blessing Ugo-Harry               (+234) 8072090 227

Kehinde Somefun                   (+234) 8072090 218


Warm regards.

Joshua Suleiman, PhD

Director Communications & Marketing