Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa Admission List

Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa 2018/2019 Admission List

Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa Admission List 2018/19: The Management of Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FPN) wishes to inform all candidates who participated in the National Diploma (ND) and Higher National Diploma (HND) Full-time admission screening exercise that the names of successful candidates offered provisional admission into her various undergraduate degree programme for the Academic Year 2018/2019 Session has been released.

The Federal Polytechnic, Nasarawa Merit/First Batch admission list is contained in the attached PDF document below, prospective students can now check their admission status online and those whose name is not in the First Batch are encouraged to check back often for the subsequent lists (Second, Third and Fourth Batch).

All ND Students are advised to ACCEPT or REJECT their admission offer via JAMB CAPS Portal, while HND students are required to check for their Admission status on the Polytechnic portal with effect from Monday, 22nd October, 2018. Follow the guide below to check your post UTME score.

How to Check Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa Admission List 2018

Candidates whose names are contained in the attached PDF have been offered provisional admission into Federal Polytechnic Nasarawa (FPN) full-time degree programmes >>> GET PDF HERE

1) Or visit JAMB Result Checking Portal @ https://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility../
2) Click on 2018/2019 Admission List and Screening Date to display your name.

Note: The portal is now open for all newly admitted students to log in, check admission status and begin payment of acceptance and school fees. Payment schedules are also included in the student portal.

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