Trinity University (TU) Registration, Acceptance Fee Payment Procedure for 2020/2021 Newly Admitted Students


Trinity University (TU) registration and acceptance fee payment guidelines for the 2020/2021 academic session newly admitted students.

Trinity University Fresh Students Registration Procedure

The management of the Trinity University (TU) has released the registration procedure and acceptance fee payment guidelines for all the students admitted during the 2020/2021 academic session.

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Trinity University Fresh Students Registration & Acceptance Fee Guidelines

Newly admitted students are to log on to www.trinityuniversity.edu.ng/portal, complete the biodata form and upload passport, O Level Results, UTME Result and other relevant documents.

  • Pay acceptance fee and at least 40% of the tuition fee online or at the bank or via online transfer into the following bank account details:
    – Name: Trinity University
    – Account Number: 1021742908
    – Bank: UBA
    Note: Please pay with the name of the student if possible
  • After payment, keep your payment slip/payment confirmation for further processing Upon physical resumption.
  • All documents listed on your letter of admission should be presented at the Admissions Office on physical resumption, 18th January 2021, to complete your registration.
  • Learning Management System (LMS) login details would be sent to students after payment of Acceptance fee and 40% Tuition.




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