Notice from IAUE on a one-year amnesty scheme for students who did not graduate on time.

On Wednesday, February 23, 2022, the University Senate of the Ignatius Ajuru University deliberated and re-opened the window of “amnesty” for students who have spent more than the stipulated six (6) years on their programs at the University but have not been able to complete them because they did not meet the graduation requirements.


The program, which will run for one academic year, during the 2021/2022 session, will be organized in accordance with the following guidelines:

a. The window is only open to students who have been admitted under the IAUE.

b. Must provide proof of payment for all fees associated with the sessions attended while enrolled at the University.

c. Must not have been expelled, rusticated, or removed from the University as a result of academic failure or for any other reason.

d. Did not complete the program by the end of the allotted time period (usually one year). In effect, the students were required to take mandated tests during their final year, but they were unable to graduate.


The curriculum will run for a total of two semesters, or a full session. This is done in order to provide students the opportunity to make up for failed or unregistered courses. The ability to engage in all class activities will also help students to meet the current University graduation requirements. Please keep in mind that there will be no separate tests for this particular set of students this semester. All examinations must be written in the presence of the regular students, and the results must be submitted to the Senate at the same time.

As required by the University academic requirements, however, no student shall be permitted to enrol for more than the specified limit of 48 units per session.

The Forms Collection

The Academic Office would collect the necessary form from all potential “Amnesty” students upon payment of N5, 000.00 to be made through the University Information and Communication Technology.


As noted in item (b), each student is responsible for paying the prescribed fees for the 2021/2022 academic year in addition to any overdue fees.


K.H. Kue-Ikoro (K.H. Kue-Ikoro) (Mrs.)


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