ADSU Cut Off Mark

Adamawa State University, ADSU Cut Off Mark for 2022/2023 Admission Exercise

Adamawa State University, ADSU cut-off mark for the 2021/2022 session admission exercise. Check below for ADSU departmental post UTME cutoff marks. If you scored exactly or above the prescribed cut off mark for the department, you applied for, that means you may be considered for admission, and getting marks below cutoff means you may not be considered for admission.

ADSU Cut off mark

Since 2002 when Adamawa State University, Mubi was established, the Institution has been striving to meet the stated goal of providing “Education for Development”. However, the University is concerned with its commitment to the immediate environment, mindful of our position as a tertiary Institution of learning with universal responsibilities.

They are therefore working towards establishing a world-class University that addresses our local problems within the context of intellectualism that is broad-based and international in outlook.

ADSU Cut-Off Mark

The cut-off mark for all the under-listed degree courses at Adamawa State University, ADSU is 150. Only candidates who scored at least 150 are eligible to apply for the degree courses listed below:

  • ACCOUNTING
  • AGRIC-ECONOMICS AND EXTENSION:
  • AGRICULTURAL SCIENCE AND EDUCATION
  • AGRICULTURE
  • AGRONOMY
  • ANIMAL PRODUCTION
  • BANKING AND FINANCE
  • BIOCHEMISTRY
  • BIOLOGY
  • BOTANY
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION
  • CHEMISTRY
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • COMPUTER SCIENCE AND MATHEMATICS
  • CROP PRODUCTION
  • EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION
  • ECONOMICS
  • EDUCATION AND BIOLOGY
  • EDUCATION AND CHEMISTRY:
  • EDUCATION AND COMPUTER SCIENCE
  • EDUCATION AND ECONOMICS
  • EDUCATION AND GEOGRAPHY
  • EDUCATION AND MATHEMATICS
  • EDUCATION AND SCIENCE
  • ENGLISH LANGUAGE
  • FISHERIES AND AQUACULTURE:
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • GEOGRAPHY
  • GEOLOGY
  • GUIDANCE AND COUNSELLING
  • HISTORY
  • HOME ECONOMICS
  • INDUSTRIAL CHEMISTRY
  • LAW
  • MARKETING
  • MASS COMMUNICATION
  • MATHEMATICS
  • MICROBIOLOGY
  • PHYSICS
  • POLITICAL SCIENCE
  • PRIMARY EDUCATION STUDIES
  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  • PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
  • PURE AND APPLIED PHYSICS
  • SOCIOLOGY
  • TAXATION
  • ZOOLOGY