Caleb University School Fees for all Courses

caleb university school fees

Caleb University school fees for all undergraduate programme for the 2023/2024 academic session has been released and published online.

This academic institution, Caleb University, is located in Lagos State, Nigeria, and was approved by NUC in 2007. The school’s management has released the amount payable as school fees by newly admitted students, and returning undergraduate students for the 2023/2024 academic session.

Caleb University School Fees.

These fees are for Architecture, Computer Science 100 LEVEL & DIRECT ENTRY (D.E)

   These fees are for Architecture, Computer Science 100 LEVEL & DIRECT ENTRY (D.E)
         UNDERGRADUATE
100 LEVEL
1st Semester 2nd Semester
 Tuition N219,500.00 N219,500.00
 Infrastructural Development N50,000.00  –
 Registration N20,000.00  –
 Library Development and Turnitin fees N20,000.00  –
 Information Communication Technology fee N30,000.00  –
 Student Handdbook N5,000.00  –
 Sports N15,000.00  –
 Identity Card N2,000.00  –
 Practicals/Professional fees N20,000.00  –
N381,500.00 N219,500.00
Third Party Related Fees
Medical Care N15,000.00  –
ICT Training & Global Certification N30,000.00  –
Independent Power Project N40,000.00  –
Entrepreneurship N10,000.00  –
Parents Forum N10,000.00  –
N105,000.00  –
Hostel
Shared rooms (Mary Hall) N95,000.00 N95,000.00
Shared rooms (Elisha & Susanna Hall) N110,000.00 N110,000.00
En-suite rooms ( 6 bedded) N125,000.00 N125,000.00
En-suite rooms (4 bedded) N145,000.00 N145,000.00
OTHER INFORMATION
 ACCEPTANCE FEE  OF N150,000.00 (WHICH FORMS PART OF THE SCHOOL FEES) PAYABLE BY NEW STUDENTS ONLY
 MEDICAL TEST FEE OF N10,000.00 IS PAYABLE BY NEW STUDENTS ONLY
FEES ARE PAYABLE IN A MAXIMUM OF THREE (3) INSTALLMENTS PER SESSION WITH 50% AS 1ST INSTALLMENT
ALL THIRD-PARTY-RELATED FEES SHOULD BE PAID INTO THE PROVIDED DEDICATED ACCOUNT
PAYMENT OF FEES SHOULD BE MADE TO THE FOLLOWING ACCOUNTS:
 Tuition and Accommodation fees:
 Caleb University, Ecobank, Account no:1993000883,
 Caleb University, Sterling Bank, Account no:0020022195
 All other fees:
 Caleb University, Ecobank, Account no:1993000979
 Caleb University Independent Power Project, Ecobank, Account no: 1990049883
 Parents Forum, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Account no: 4563795017
Alumni fee: Caleb University Alumni Network,  Ecobank, Account no: 1990002329

100 Level & D.E Fees For Cyber Security, Microbiology, Industrial Chemistry, Mass Communication, Accounting & Business Administration.

UNDERGRADUATE
100 LEVEL STUDENT
 1st SEMESTER  2nd SEMESTER
 Tuition N214,500.00 N214,500.00
 Infrastructural Development N50,000.00  –
 Registration N20,000.00  –
 Library Development and Turnitin fees N20,000.00  –
 Information Communication Technology fee N30,000.00  –
 Student Handdbook N5,000.00  –
 Sports N15,000.00  –
 Identity Card N2,000.00  –
 Practicals/Professional fees N20,000.00  –
N376,500.00 N214,500.00
THIRD PARTY RELATED FEES
Medical Care N15,000.00  –
ICT Training & Global Certification N30,000.00  –
Independent Power Project N40,000.00  –
Entrepreneurship N10,000.00  –
Parents Forum N10,000.00  –
N105,000.00  –
HOSTEL
Shared rooms (Mary Hall) N95,000.00 N95,000.00
Shared rooms (Elisha & Susanna Hall) N110,000.00 N110,000.00
En-suite rooms ( 6 bedded) N125,000.00 N125,000.00
En-suite rooms (4 bedded) N145,000.00 N145,000.00
OTHER INFORMATION
 ACCEPTANCE FEE  OF N150,000.00 (WHICH FORMS PART OF THE SCHOOL FEES) PAYABLE BY NEW STUDENTS ONLY
 MEDICAL TEST FEE OF N10,000.00 IS PAYABLE BY NEW STUDENTS ONLY
 ALL OTHER FEES
 Caleb University, Ecobank, Account no:1993000979
 Caleb University Independent Power Project, Ecobank, Account no: 1990049883
 Parents Forum, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Account no: 4563795017
Alumni fee: Caleb University Alumni Network,  Ecobank, Account no: 1990002329

OTHER PROGRAMMES 100 LEVEL & D.E FEES.

New Student
 1st semester  2nd Semester
Tuition N204,500.00 N204,500.00
Infrastructural Development N50,000.00  –
Registration N20,000.00  –
Library Development and Turnitin fees N20,000.00  –
Information Communication Technology fee N30,000.00  –
Student Handbook N5,000.00  –
Sports N15,000.00  –
Identity Card N2,000.00  –
Practicals/Professional fees  –  –
N346,500.00 N204,500.00
Third-Party Related Fees
Medical Care N15,000.00  –
ICT Training & Global Certification N30,000.00  –
Independent Power Project N40,000.00  –
Entrepreneurship N10,000.00  –
Parents Forum N10,000.00  –
N105,000.00  –
Hostel
Shared rooms (Mary Hall) N95,000.00 N95,000.00
Shared rooms (Elisha & Susanna Hall) N110,000.00 N110,000.00
En-suite rooms ( 6 bedded) N125,000.00 N125,000.00
En-suite rooms (4 bedded) N145,000.00 N145,000.00

Caleb University Cut off Marks.

120

Caleb University Acceptance Fees.

Acceptance Fee of a total of N150,000.00 (this Acceptance fee forms part of your school fees). Please take
the Medical test of N10,000.00 will be paid by newly admitted students ONLY.

Take note that the fees can be paid a maximum of three installments per session. However, the first (1st) installment should be 50%.

ALL THIRD-PARTY RELATED FEES SHOULD BE PAID INTO THE PROVIDED DEDICATED ACCOUNT.

Please take note that payment of fees should be made into the following accounts listed below.

Tuition and Accommodation fees:

  • Caleb University, Ecobank, Account no:1993000883
  • Caleb University, Sterling Bank, Account no:0020022195.

All other fees:

  • Caleb University, Ecobank, Account no:1993000979
  • Caleb University Independent Power Project, Ecobank, Account no: 1990049883
  • Parents Forum, First City Monument Bank (FCMB), Account no: 4563795017
  • Alumni fee: Caleb University Alumni Network,  Ecobank, Account no: 1990002329

Payment of Fees Guide.

The Caleb University management is directly all students to strictly follow the Registration Procedure, as shared below.

1: Payment of Fees:
When it comes to paying your school fees; remember that only students who have paid the prescribed fees can register for the academic session they paid in.

2: Registration:
You can only begin your registration once you have successfully paid your required fees, and as soon as you understand how to use the Caleb University portal. After paying all your required fees, please ensure that you do not delay your registration.

The advantage of early registration is that only registered students can earn attendance credit.

3: According to Caleb University rules, all form (normal) registration closes on Friday of the 3rd week of a semester. What this means is that any student who fails to complete all forms of normal registration on the Friday of the 3rd week will have to pay the late registration fee.

4: How Much is the Late Registration Fee?
Any student who failed to pay their fees within the stipulated period will have to make a payment of the N80,000 late registration fee. Once you have presented the receipt (evidence) of payment for late registration, the registration portal will be open for that particular student.

5: Payment of N100,000 late registration fee.
On presentation of evidence of payment for late registration, the registration portal will be open to the student.

The Caleb University Management has made payment of tuition fees easier for parents/guardians. You can choose to pay via three (3) instalment payments, with a spacing of fees payment as follows:

  • 50% payment on resumption- at the beginning of the 1st semester.
  • 25% payment before the end of the 1st semester.
  • Balance 25% payment at the beginning of the 2nd semester.

However, for parents who can afford to make full payment of fees at the beginning of the session, you’re appreciated.

Caleb University Courses and School Fees.

This tertiary institution, Caleb University is located in Lagos state. Caleb University is a Private Christian University accredited in the year, 2007 when it was approved by the Nigerian University Commission (NUC).

This academic institution offers various degrees cutting across Science and Technology, Arts, Social and Management. This institution school fee ranges from N400,000 – N500,000.

The school provides accommodation for its students, and this provides constant supply of electricity, a good road network, etc.

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Glory Joseph

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