LASU: 295 Candidates may lose admission due to Non-Clearance

Destiny Michael
By Destiny Michael 2 Min Read

LASU: 295 Candidates may lose admission due to Non-Clearance

295 candidates may lose LASU admissions over non-clearance

LASU: 295 Candidates may lose admission due to Non-Clearance. At least 295 candidates provisionally admitted to Lagos State University, Ojo, may lose their slots due to failure to obtain final clearance and matriculation numbers.

The institution disclosed this in a statement, indicating that these candidates did not pass the 2023/2024 LASU Central Admissions Clearance Operations.

Out of the 12,298 candidates offered provisional admissions into various departments, these individuals are at risk.

Consequently, they may be unable to take the first-semester examination scheduled to begin on Tuesday, April 2, 2024.

The non-clearance of these 295 candidates is attributed to their failure to provide necessary documents/information, such as uploading O’Level results on the JAMB portal for validation, which formed the basis of their admissions.

Here are the statistics and reasons for non-clearance:
– 26 candidates rejected at ICT due to discrepancies/non-availability of results on the WAEC/NECO portals.
– 66 candidates rejected at the Faculty level due to inconsistencies in names on WAEC/NECO/JAMB admission letters and non-availability of admission letters.
– 138 Level 1 candidates who failed to upload O’Level results on the JAMB portal and change to the admitted course on JAMB’s portal.
– 50 Level 2 candidates who did not begin LACACA: 65 candidates offered admissions as early as October 2023; and 15 offered in January 2024, totaling 65.


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