Approved Fees for Federal Government Unity Colleges JS 1 (NEW) Students (See List)

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FEDERAL MINISTRY OF EDUCATION ABUJA DEPARTMENT OF BASIC AND SECONDARY EDUCATION

APPROVED FEES/CHARGES FOR FEDERAL GOVERNMENT COLLEGES 2016/2017 SESION (1ST TERM) FOR NEW STUDENTS (JS 1)

Please be informed that the Ministry has approved only the underlisted fees/charges for all Federal Government Colleges.

Tuition fees FREE
Prospectus 500 once
Boarding fees 15,000 per term (Boarders only)
Bed (Bunk) & Classroom Furniture 16,000 once
Caution fee 1000 once
Text books Deposit 12,000 per session
Exercise books 3,000 per session
Uniforms 14,000 per set
Blazer 5,500
ID Card 500



Medical 1000
Stationery 500
Vocational 1000
Sports 500
Clubs and Societies 500
Utilities 1000
Security 1000
Website/e-result/ICT 3000
Extra lesson 2000
Insurance 5000 (once per session)
Total Fees Payable for JS 1 (NEW) Students 83,000

PTA Levy for all Federal Government Unity Colleges have been pegged at N5,000. No school is allowed to charge more than the stipulated amount.

For clarity, visit the Federal Ministry of Education, Basic and Secondary Education department for more information.

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Tests Administrator
I am Olusola Ogundeko G. the CEO ASSURE Educational Services - A graduate of Mechanical Engineering from University of Ilorin, PDGE from Usmau Danfodiyo University Sokoto, and presently studying for Masters in Education Programme. I have over 10 years teaching experience with one of the Federal Government Unity Colleges. I am a licensed and registered teacher with the Teachers Registration Council of Nigeria (TRCN).

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