UNILAG Toxicology Test Schedule for 2023/2024 New Students

University of Lagos (UNILAG) has announced the toxicology test schedule for new students (2023/2024 academic session, first batch). The screening will take place from August 14 to September 8, 2023, at the Tolulope Odugbemi Hall, UNILAG, Akoka, and is categorized by faculties such as Arts, Engineering, Law, Science, and more.

University of Lagos (UNILAG) Toxicology Test

The University of Lagos (UNILAG), one of Nigeria’s prestigious institutions, has announced the commencement of the toxicology test schedule for the first batch of fresh students for the 2023/2024 Academic Session. This process is part of the formalities that new students must comply with as they embark on their educational journey at UNILAG.

Below is a comprehensive guide to the test schedule, location, and other necessary information that newly admitted students must pay heed to.

Screening Schedule Overview

The toxicology test screening will kick off on Monday, August 14, 2023, and wrap up on Friday, September 8, 2023. The screening will be conducted daily, starting at 9:00 a.m., at the Tolulope Odugbemi Hall (Staff School Hall), UNILAG, Akoka.

Detailed Toxicology Test Schedule

The schedule for the toxicology tests is organised according to faculties and days of the week. Please refer to the following table to find the specific day allocated for your faculty:

1 Mondays Arts and Engineering
2 Tuesdays Law and Science
3 Wednesdays Pharmacy, College of Medicine & Environmental Sciences
4 Thursdays Management Sciences and Social Sciences
5 Fridays Education

Please Note:

This toxicology test schedule is only applicable to UTME/Direct Entry candidates who have been offered admission for the 2023/2024 Academic Session. If you are one of the fortunate students, kindly ensure you adhere to the schedule strictly.

Why is the Toxicology Test Necessary?

As part of the University’s commitment to fostering a safe and healthy learning environment, the toxicology test is designed to assess the general health and well-being of incoming students. It’s a measure to ensure that all students are fit and ready to face the academic rigours and other extracurricular activities within the university.

What to Bring to the Screening

New students should arrive on time and carry the necessary identification and admission documents to facilitate a smooth screening process.


Starting a new phase of academic life at the University of Lagos is a significant milestone, and this toxicology test is one of the first steps towards settling into the UNILAG community.

If you need any further information or support, you may contact the administrative office at UNILAG, Akoka.

Wishing all the new students the very best in this screening process and a fruitful and rewarding time at the University of Lagos!

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