9th & 10th CONVOCATION: Information to National Open University of Nigeria (NOUN) Graduands

Important information to all the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN Graduands.


Following the announcement of the National Open University of Nigeria, NOUN 9th convocation ceremony programme of events, the authorities of the university released some important information to all graduands.

Important Information to NOUN Graduands

All those who have completed their programmes and have been cleared for convocation are to sign for and receive academic gowns and hoods from their respective Study Centres with effect from Monday, 25th January 2021.  

They are required to present the following for sighting at the points of collection of the items:

i) Evidence of payment of a fee of Fifteen Thousand (N15,000.00) via remita for the use of Academic gowns and Convocation Register.  

ii) A duly completed and authenticated clearance form issued at the Study Centre.

Please note that Academic gowns and hoods must be returned to the respective Study Centres. 

The sum of Five Thousand (N5,000.00) Naira will be refunded upon returning the Academic gowns and hoods in good condition.


We congratulate all graduands and wish them the best in their future endeavours.

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