UNN supplementary admission list: This is to announce to the general public that the prestigious University of Nigeria, Nsukka (Also called UNN) has finally release her supplementary admission list. This notice was passed via the University’s official website (www.unn.edu.ng) today. Accordingly, a staff of the university has also confirmed that the University has officially released her supplementary list.
In light of the above information, i enjoin every student who took UNN 2018/2019 Post UTME screening but didn’t see their names in the University’s merit list to quickly download the supplementary lists in PDF below and search for their names in the list.
Note: It should be noted that UNN does not just paste the names of admitted students on her website. The names are compiled and documented in a PDF file. So, to check your name in the just released UNN supplementary admission list, you have to download the PDF files attached below this post. Don’t worry if you don’t know how to view a PDF document. I will show you how to do that too.
Is UNN 2019/2020 supplementary list out?
The answer is No. The University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) has not yet release her 2019/2020 supplementary admission list for students to download. Nonetheless, there is every tendency that the university will release it before the end of November 2019. I enjoin you to keep visiting this page subsequently because the lists will be published here immediately the university releases it. Alternatively, you can subscribe to our newsletter newsletter below this post and be notified whenever it is released.
How to check your name in UNN 2019/2020 supplementary list
- After downloading the PDF files below, go to your file manager and open the file.
- Note that you must have a PDF reader/WPS in your smartphone phone or PC for you to be able to open the files (if you don’t have, please go to your phone’s store and download one)
- On the top right corner, you will see a search box.
- Enter your name (the same way you registered for post UTME) in the search box and the phone will automatically locate your name in the list of names.
- To do thesame in a PC, press Crt F and the search box will appear.
UNN SUPPLEMENTARY LIST FOR 2018/2019 SESSION
Below are the different supplementary admission lists released by the University of Nigeria, Nsukka (UNN) in 2018:
First supplementary List (2018/2019)
UNN second supplementary list II (2018/2019)
UNN third supplementary list III (2018/2019)
Foreign Candidates, Visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates List II (2018/2019)
Advert/Shopping List for Local Government and strategic Studies (2018/2019)
Supplementary Direct Entry List (2018/2019)
Foreign Candidates, Visually Impaired and other Handicapped Candidates list
INSTRUCTIONS TO CANDIDATES OFFERED ADMISSION THROUGH UNN SUPPLEMENTARY LIST
Candidates are to make sure that they accept their admission through JAMB CAPS after now. If you fail to do this, it will be deemed that you don’t want the admission offered to you. Thus, you will automatically let go the admission.
Candidates are also advised to pay their school fee and acceptance fee immediately. If you still don’t know the school fee for your course, CLICK HERE to read my post on UNN school fees for 2019/2020 academic session. In that post, I also explained the step by step process for paying the fees. So you have nothing to worry about.
If you were offered admission in any of the admission lists above and you have not uploaded your O’level results (WAEC/NECO) in JAMB Portal, endeavour to do so urgently as JAMB would not recognize your admissions until you do so.
Once again, i want to say a very big congratulations to everyone who made it to this list. You are really blessed. Well, that is all I have currently on UNN supplementary list. If you need more details on this topic, kindly check this post later or ask your questions using the comment section. In a recap, UNN 2019/2020 supplementary lists are not yet out. Hope this was helpful? Let me know what you think below.
Edeh Chukwuemeka Samuel is a certified Mediator and Conciliator in Nigeria. He is currently a student at the Faculty of Law, University of Nigeria. Samuel is bent on disseminating authentic information to every part of the world.