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NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

Published By EniBASS!!! on March 9, 2020.
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NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Date

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has postponed the 19th matriculation ceremony.

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The management of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN hereby wishes to inform the newly admitted students, their sponsors/parents, well-wishers, as well as members of the general public that the 19th Matriculation Ceremony of the university meant to officially usher in the new students of the university, has been announced.

RELATED NEWS: KADPOLY Matriculation Ceremony Schedule for 2019/2020 Newly Admitted Students.

NOUN matriculation ceremony for newly admitted students has been scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: Saturday, 4th April 2020.
Time: 10.00am
Venue: NOUN Study Centers Nationwide

Therefore, The collection of matriculation gowns commences on 21st March 2020 and will end on the 3rd April 2020 (before the commencement of orientation program).

Requirement For The Collection of Matriculation Gowns

  • All students are expected to come with their printed Admission letters and Course registration forms.
  • The academic gowns are to be returned between the 6th – 10th April 2020.
  • Most study centers may ask for a token at the point of collection of gowns and refund it when you returned the matric gowns.

Kindly note that there shall be sanctions for any damages done to the collected gowns and matriculation caps.

Your prompt action will be highly appreciated.

NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

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NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

Published By EniBASS!!! on March 9, 2020.
Found In: Matriculation Ceremony
Source:

NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Date

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) has postponed the 19th matriculation ceremony.

noun-19th-matriculation-date

The management of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN hereby wishes to inform the newly admitted students, their sponsors/parents, well-wishers, as well as members of the general public that the 19th Matriculation Ceremony of the university meant to officially usher in the new students of the university, has been announced.

RELATED NEWS: KADPOLY Matriculation Ceremony Schedule for 2019/2020 Newly Admitted Students.

NOUN matriculation ceremony for newly admitted students has been scheduled to hold as follows:

Date: Saturday, 4th April 2020.
Time: 10.00am
Venue: NOUN Study Centers Nationwide

Therefore, The collection of matriculation gowns commences on 21st March 2020 and will end on the 3rd April 2020 (before the commencement of orientation program).

Requirement For The Collection of Matriculation Gowns

  • All students are expected to come with their printed Admission letters and Course registration forms.
  • The academic gowns are to be returned between the 6th – 10th April 2020.
  • Most study centers may ask for a token at the point of collection of gowns and refund it when you returned the matric gowns.

Kindly note that there shall be sanctions for any damages done to the collected gowns and matriculation caps.

Your prompt action will be highly appreciated.

NOUN 19th Matriculation Ceremony Schedule 2020

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myexamscampus@gmail.com

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