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Dear Parents/Sponsors

On behalf of our Chancellor, Bishop T.V Adelakun, Management, Staff and Students of Dominion University, I write to appreciate you for your choice of Dominion University, your trust, commitment and investment till date.

We have indeed by the special grace of God concluded the first three weeks of academic activities hence a short festivity break and God willing, will resume our academic activities for the first semester of the 2019/2020 academic session on 4th January 2020. For all these, we are grateful to God in all ramifications.

As a University, we recognize the confidence you repose in us for a balanced and functional education. We are aware of the enormous financial, moral and material investments that you put into the lives of these young ones. It is our prayer that in the end, the Lord will grant us all success in the name of Jesus!!!

As partners in progress and in realization of our common goal, the following piece of information will be a useful guide.

  1. Orientation Week Activities

We are pleased to inform you that orientation for freshmen was successfully conducted and brought to a close on Sunday 8th December 2019. The students were orientated on various aspects of their University experience commencing with the formal introduction of all the principal officers of the University and some of the members of staff directly interfacing with students. The students were further lectured extensively on the operations of the course credit system, time management and students’ activities, exam malpractices and the consequences, Discipline, Financial Regulations, Security and ICT facilities available to them. The students were finally treated to a film show which marked the formal end to the Orientation week.

The University is pleased to inform further that full entrepreneurship training classes have now commenced. The weekend classes strictly focus on sharpening the students’ preferred entrepreneurial skill set. The University on the 17th day of December held her maiden One day Public Lecture wherein the highly revered Engineer, Professor Oladipupo Olaosebikan Ogunleye, a professor of Chemical Engineering from Ladoke Akintola University of Technology, Ogbomoso lectured the students on“SUSTAINABLE EMPOWERMENT THROUGH ENTREPRENEURSHIP AND EMPLOYABILITY SOFT SKILLS”. The maiden Lecture material has since then be circulated among the students to further encourage the passion in them to explore their entrepreneurial capabilities.


  1. Admissions and Registration

Interested candidates are still encouraged to participate in the on-going admission exercise in the university. Parents and wards alike are encouraged to take advantage of the third-party enrollment process which offers parents guardian or ward 5% reward on the school fees of any student enrolled through them subject to terms and conditions. Getting admitted is simple and can be achieved by following the under-listed steps.

  1. Log on to https://www.jamb.org.ng/efacility./to do a Change of Institution to Dominion University on the Jamb Portal.
  2. Through the Jamb Portal, ensure you have uploaded your O’Level results.
  3. Log on to our registration portal at https://portal.dominionuniversity.edu.ng/apply.php
  4. Create a login profile by providing your details as requested on the platform
  5. Login and fill out all data columns as provided on your registration page.
  6. Click the submit button the proceed to your student profile.

The completion of these steps and satisfaction of the necessary O’ Level and UTME requirements guarantees admission into Dominion University. It’s that easy. More details are available on the University’s websites and the admission handbills, copies of which have been supplied to all our students for dissemination as appropriate.

  1. Payment of School fees

Parents/sponsors are reminded that payment of school fees ought to have been fully paid before the resumption date. However, as a result of the economic situation of the country, the University has decided to be as understanding as possible hence the decision to allow resumption without full payment of school and to give room for fee payment in installments.

The first installment became due on Friday, 13th December 2019 while the second will be due by Saturday, 4thJanuary 2020. Parents/Guardians are hereby implored to make well, their words as agreed in the undertaking on or before the 4th day of January 2020.

For avoidance of any doubt and as way of reminder, our payment plans is as supplied below

Installment Payment Option Amount Paid


First Instalment


Second Instalment


Third Instalment


Fourth Instalment


Amount Payable (₦)          
Deadline for Payments On or before Resumption Second week of Resumption 13th December, 2019 On or before 4th January, 2020 Before 1st Semester Examination


On or before for second Semester



  1. Payments through Students’ Portal

Henceforth, Parents/Sponsors are enjoined to ensure that all payments, commencing from January 2020 are made through the University Students’ Portal. This is to facilitate reconciliation and accountability. All payments must pass through the students’ portal. The University shall no longer payments through any other payment channel. The link to the University portal is hereby supplied: https://portal.dominionuniversity.edu.ng/

  1. Meal Vouchers: The use of meal vouchers will commence in January 2020 and each meal voucher cost N250. Parents/Sponsors are therefore implored to make adequate provisions for their wards.


  1. Outstanding School Fees

The University in recognition of the efforts of Parents/Sponsors, accommodated some students who are indebted to it since the resumption of this academic session, on the condition that parents would make up the payment within a week.


We implore parents whose children/wards are in this category to fulfill their promise as delays in fulfilling financial obligations create bottle-necks for the system.


  1. Students discipline

The University remains committed to discipline in all ramifications and will not hesitate in correcting the erring ones. The culture of discipline will be sustained and as such, parents, as partners in progress, are required to join hands with the University in this respect. The University will continue to enforce its dress codes and appearance on campus. Students are expected to resume with decent and acceptable dresses in line with the University’s rules and regulations.


  1. Documentation

Students are to present at the registry upon resumption, in addition to already submitted pre-registration forms, evidence of their compliance documents, in essence, their medical tests results and all other ancillary pre-registration documents.


  1. Sustenance of Scholarship

As a University, and by extension, as parents/sponsors, we remain grateful to our Chancellor for the award of a 50% rebate Scholarship to some of our eligible pioneer students tenable in their first year and to those among them who maintains a minimum CGPA of 3.5 at the end of every academic session.

We are pleased to inform you that those who fulfill the condition ofScholarship will continue to enjoy it in the course of their studentship in the second year.

  1. Medical Attention

We thank God for His blessings over all of us since the commencement of this academic session. We believe in His continued grace and favour in the years ahead.

It is recommended that thorough and adequate medical check-up be carried out on your                      children/ward, to ensure that they are in good health condition before returning to campus after the holidays. In addition, adequate provisions should be made for drugs and soothing supplements, suitable for already identified ailment, when coming to campus after the break.To provide better health care, all students are required to print the medical forms sent to their platform, proceed to their nearest Government hospital to carry out all the requisite tests specified. In the course of the session, the University will further arrange to take concerned students to the clinic for the tests as the need may arise. This notice is to encourage parents/sponsors to use the holiday period to take their children/wards to the hospital of their choice.


  1. Campus Life

The campus life since resumption has been a memorable one with varied activities in line with building a total student in character and learning. It is our belief that our students will continue to be shining examples in moral and epitome of academic excellence. As a University that cares, we have keen interest in the overall welfare and wellbeing of our students. 

Other aspects of our campus life is the chapel activities. Through this, the University Community – Staff, Students and well-wishers will jointly worship every Wednesdays, and on Sundays. The students operating their own leadership structure participate in 30mins morning and evening devotion at 6.am and 10.pm each day in their respective hostels. The students themselves take turns to minister to each other’s spiritual and social needs on individual and corporate basis as occasion demands. Students are allowed to formpart of the Chapel system through membership of choir, ushers, dance and drama group, prayer group, discipleship class while others may choose to serve as Sunday school teachers, instrumentalist, etc.

Through these mechanisms, we are certain, our students will minister to the needs of others, exhibit/build their talents and now better prepare themselves to witness and affect other lives.

It is our belief and conviction that more students will continue to join the existing crop of pathfinders who are currently setting the pace for others to follow.

  1. Resumption Date After Christmas/New Year Break

Saturday 4th January 2020 – Return of all students to the University Campus.

Monday 6th January 2020 – Commencement of Lectures.

  1. Maiden Matriculation

Dominion University will communicate to you the date of its maiden Matriculation. All Matriculating students are required to pay a levy of ten thousand naira (N10, 000) only. Matriculants are encouraged tovisit the University admissions office for further directives.


  1. Recommended Student Needs

Information Technology: parents/Sponsors are implored to utilize the advantage of Dominion University’s Closed User Group (CUG) phone lines supplied by Airtel which enables the Students/ Parents/Sponsors communicate seamlessly with each other and members of the university management without charges save for a monthly subscription of N500. These line will be available for the students to pick up upon request at the University Registry.

In view of the technological advancements and the IT inclination of modern age learning, it is imperative to consider the necessity of a computer system for each child/ward on campus. This will be very helpful in helping the students engage and appreciate the modern teaching system more.


  1. Communication/Interaction

We believe in effective two way communication and interaction with stake Holders.  Consequently, we itemize below some contacts that may be of use to parents and sponsors.

Dean, Student Affairs:                                                                                   09010484428

Admission Officer:                                                                                         09010484429

Faculty Officer (Computing and applied Sciences):                                      09010484422

Faculty Officer (Arts Social and Management Sciences):                              09010484423

Website:                                              www.dominionuniversity.edu.ng      

Enquiry:                                              info@dominionuniversity.edu.ng      

Admission:                                          admission@dominionuniversity.edu.ng


As partners, we will continue to count on your support, prayers and co-operation in this regard.

We wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year in advance.


Thank you


Prof. T. Ebijuwa

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