The Covenant University has released her 2nd batch admission list for the 2012/2013 academic session.

The list which which contains about 931 names of successfully admitted candidates has been uploaded and can be accessed by following the steps below.
1. click here to access the 2012/2013 covenant University admission list
2. Search for Your Name in the List that shows up.

Successful aspirants who find their names in the 2012 covenant university admission list are required to print their admission notification slip using their Jamb Registration number by visiting; and following the steps listed.

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  1. worried cu candidate says

    my name was on the 2nd batch, but i failed to pay d acceptance fee because my sponsor wasnt in d country then can i still pay the acceptance fee now or hav i lost the admission????
    pls i nmid ansas

  2. Here says

    Thank you for any other magnificent post. The place else may anyone get that kind of info in such a perfect approach of writing? I’ve a presentation next week, and I am on the look for such information.

  3. Dr.Bright Robert says

    Every Nigerian Student that need Admissions into any Tertiary Institution this year,Must have it in the mighty name of Jesus…..

  4. Jim Mark says

    sir, pls i can’t print the acceptance slip (Covenant Uni) after using my reg no. which is been asked to be used as user name as well as password. what should i do?

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