DELSU School Fees For Freshers (Indigenes/Non Indigenes) 2020/2021

This page will discuss about the 2020/2021 School fees of Delta State University, Abraka popularly known as (DELSU)

Check out DELSU School Fees for 2020/2021 Academic Session recently released by the school Management of Delta State University, Abraka for All New And Returning Students.

This is to inform the general public especially Delta State University, Abraka, DELSU prospective Students to check amount payable as School Fees for 2020/2021 Academic session.

Check out: the List of courses offered in DELSU

Delta State University, Abraka DELSU School Fees For New And Returning Students Indigenes/Non Indigenes 2020

What Is School Fees

School fees is a fee charged to students at a school, college, university or other place of learning that is in addition to any matriculation and/or tuition fees. It may be charged to support student organizations and student activities (for which it can be called an activity fee) or for intercollegiate programs such as intramural sports or visiting academics; or, at a public university or college, as a means to remedy shortfalls in state funding (in which case it can often be called a technology fee). Further fees may then be charged for features and facilities such as insurance, health and parking provision.

POLICY STATEMENT

Delta State University charges a uniform tuition rate for all undergraduate students and a uniform tuition rate for all graduate students. These rates are established to increase financial equity, reduce the impact of financial considerations on educational policy and increase uniformity across the university.

DEFINITIONS

Refund: A reduction of total charges resulting from withdrawal or drop below full-time. A student who officially withdraws from the university, a full-time student who drops below 12 undergraduate hours or 9 graduate hours, or a part-time student who drops a class may obtain a refund of university fee and special fees.

PROCEDURES And RESPONSIBILITIES

To be officially registered, total tuition and fees are due and payable the first day of class. Payment in full should be made or students may choose the payment plan that is available at that time, which includes a service charge per semester.

Methods of Payment

The university accepts payments by cash, check, money order, or VISA, MasterCard or Discover credit cards. Payments can also be made online via our website at www.deltastate.edu. Students with financial aid (loans, grants or scholarships) may apply those funds to payment plan installments.

Special Fees

There are special fees that may be charged which are not included in the total cost of attending the university. These fees are payable upon entrance into the university. These special fees include but are not limited to: audit fee, graduation fee, late registration fee, private music lessons, and transcript of credits.

Refunds

Students may receive refunds of fees whenever circumstances warrant such a refund. The effective date of withdrawal for refund purposes and the return of Federal Financial Aid funds is the date on which the student begins the official withdrawal process. For unofficial withdrawals, the date becomes the mid-point of the semester, unless the university can document a later date of attendance. A notice of withdrawal, cancellation, and request for refund by a student must be made in writing addressed to the University Registrar, with a copy filed with Student Business Services. Any refund due the student at the time of withdrawal will be processed by Student Business Services within three weeks.

Unearned Title IV loan or grant funds must be returned to the Title IV programs upon a recipient’s withdrawal from school at any time during the first 60% of the semester. Refunds for these students are made according to the Higher Education Amendments, Section 484B, and are based on the number of calendar days for each semester. If a student withdraws after completing more than 60% of the semester, it is assumed that the student earned 100% of the Title IV aid for the period.

All refunds are made in the following priority order:

  1. Unsubsidized Loan
  2. Subsidized Loan
  3. Perkins Loan
  4. PLUS Loan
  5. Pell Grant
  6. SEOG Grant
  7. Other Sources of Funds

When Delta State University’s Financial Assistance Department applies Title IV funds to a student’s account and Delta State University’s Student Business Services (SBS) determines that the amount of the funds exceeds allowable charges that the university assessed the student, Delta State must pay the credit balance directly to the student or parent borrower as soon as possible, but no later than the 14-day deadline described below. The only exception is when the school has on file in SBS the student’s permission to hold a credit balance.

A school must pay a credit balance directly to a student borrower or parent borrower within 14 days of:

  • The date the balance occurs, if it occurs after the first day of a payment period; or
  • The first day of class of a payment period, if the balance occurs on or before the first day of class that payment period; or
  • The date the school receives the student’s or parent’s cancellation of the school’s authorization to hold a Title IV credit balance.

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Delta State University Post-UTME Screening Form 

All students who choose Delta State University, Abraka (DELSU) as their preferred choice of institution during the UTME Registration or if you’re already a student we advise you to can confirm their School Fees for 2020/2021 Academic session as listed below:

DELSU School Fees Schedule For New And Returning STUDENTS (INDIGENES & NON-INDIGENES)

Below is breakdown of Delta State University (DELSU) School Fees for the 2020/2021 Academic Session

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S/N Faculties School Fees Indigenes/Non Indigenes
1. FACULTY OF ARTS 63,600/84,500
2. FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE 64,500/84,500
3. FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
4. FACULTY OF EDUCATION (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 31,000
5. FACULTY OF ENGINEERING (OLEH CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
6. FACULTY OF PHARMACY (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
7. FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
8. FACULTY OF SCIENCES (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
9. FACULTY OF LAW (OLEH CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500
10 FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (ABRAKA CAMPUS) 64,500/84,500

Read Also: Delta State University Academic calendar

FEE TYPE                                     ACTUAL FEE          
Infotech 5,000
Development Levy 5,000
Examination 5,000
Field Trip 5,000
ID Card 2,000
Insurance Premium 1,000
Library 2,000
Maintenance Levy 5,000
Health Services 5,000
Registration 3,000
SIWES 3,000
Sports 2,500
Student Union Dues 500
Laboratory 5,000
Departmental Teaching Materia 5,000
Entrepreneurship Training 5,000
SEC/Accreditation 5,000
Student Faculties Maintenance Dues 500
TOTAL FEES                                   64,500

FACULTY OF AGRICULTURE

(A) Department of Agricultural Economics and Extension (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

Agricultural

Department of Animal Science

Animal Science

Animal Genetics and Breeding Technology

Animal Production Management and Welfare

Animal Nutrition and Biochemistry

Animal Physiology, Environment and Behaviour – 64,500/84,500

Department of Fisheries

Fisheries

Fisheries Biology

Fisheries Engineering Aquaculture

Limnology

Oceanography,

Hatchery Management

Fish Pathology

Fishing Gear Technology

Fish Physiology

Fish Nutrition and Biochemistry

Post-Harvest Technology

Fisheries Economics

Fish Genetics

Environmental Ecology and Management.

Forestry and Wildlife

FACULTY OF ARTS (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

Department English and Literary Studies

English Language – N63, 600

Literature in English – N63,600

Department of Fine and Applied Arts

Fine and Applied Arts (MFA) – N63,600

Art History – N63,600

Studio Art – N63,600

Department of History

History – N63,600

Department of Languages and Linguistics

Language and Linguistics Studies – N63,600

Department of Music (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

Music – N63,600

Department of Religious Studies

Religious Studies – N63, 600

Department of Theatre Arts

Theatre Arts – N63, 600

FACULTY OF BASIC MEDICAL SCIENCE (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

Department of Physiology

Physiology

Department of Anatomy

Anatomy

FACULTY OF EDUCATION (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

  1. Educational Administration – N31,000
  2. Educational Planning – N31,000
  3. Higher Education Administration – N31,000
  4. Curriculum and Instruction – N31,000
  5. Guidance and Counselling – N31,000
  6. Measurement and Evaluation – N31,000
  7. Physical and Health Education – N31,000
  8. Health Education – N31,000
  9. Social Studies – N31,000
  10. Agricultural Education – N31,000
  11. Home Economics Education – N31,000
  12. Science Education (Biology, Integrated Science, Mathematics Education and Chemistry Education) – N31,000
  13. Library and Information Science – N31,000

FACULTY OF LAW (OLEH CAMPUS)

  1. Law –

FACULTY OF MANAGEMENT SCIENCE (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

  1. Banking and Finance
  2. Accounting
  3. Marketing

FACULTY OF SCIENCES (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

  1. Animal and Environmental Biology
  2. Computer Science
  3. Micro biology
  4. Mathematics
  5. Industrial mathematics
  6. Geology
  7. Physics
  8. Botany
  9. Animal and Environmental Biology (Zoology)
  10. Biochemistry
  11. Chemistry

FACULTY OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

  1. Business Administration
  2. Economics
  3. Marketing
  4. Accounting
  5. Geography and Regional Planning
  6. Political Science
  7. Sociology
  8. Mass Communications

FACULTY OF PHARMACY (ABRAKA CAMPUS)

  1. Pharmacy
  2. School Of Medicine
  3. Medicine

FACULTY OF ENGINEERING (OLEH CAMPUS)

  1. Electrical and Electronics Engineering
  2. Chemical Engineering

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This purpose of this listed school fees above for the Delta State University, Abraka is to assist you propose and budget your self, we’ve seen a lot of students who faced unplanned financial challenges while in school, majority of them even had to drop out in school because of financial problems.

Late payment would attract extra charges and failure to pay the fees on time would lead to the student inability to seat for their semester examination.

See Also: DELSU Acceptance Fee Payment

DELSU Accommodation fee

The management of DELTA state university recognized the importance of hostels and accommodation for her students that is why the institution make the availability of hostel of the institution priority. Although students are allow to rent hostel facilities outside the school campus but this comes at an exorbitant fee like for example getting a hostel ( a single room) outside Delsu will cost you 30,000 to 40,000 thousands or more while self content goes from 80,000 to even more.

Those who can’t afford the fees we stated above have a choice of renting an apartment inside the school campus for as low as 10,000 to as high as 36,000. You can apply for a space or reservations online through the institution portal.

The fees payable for respective hostels
in DELSU are outlined below:
NO.      HOSTEL NAME       FEES

1.         Abraka Hall               N20, 000.00


2.        Council Hall               N20, 000.00


3.        Ethiopia Hall              N20, 000.00


4.      Canon Mason Hall       N10, 000.00


5.      Ecobank Hall               N36, 000.00


6.      Medical Hostel            N26, 000.00


7.      NNDC Hostel               Not Clear

I hope you have carefully read and understand the actual amount payable for DELSU school fees And Accommodation Fee

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