This article is about the official ABU Zaria Transcripts and Certificates Collection Procedure. It explains in detail all the official steps and processes that will be followed by abusites who want to process and access their certificates after graduation or transcript for further studies.
A transcript is a detailed record of your marks or grades that have been generated by your current or former university. Usually, this will be a document, either on paper or online, with a list or table of the individual modules, papers or courses you have completed with a numerical and/or letter grade against each.
The major reason people request for transcripts is gain admission into certain schools or apply for a scholarship or internship. Universities do require you to show them previous undergraduate experience in order to be accepted into a postgraduate program.
The same can work for scholarships and internships as they may have requirements where you need to show experience in order to be eligible.
ABU Zaria transcript rates
Transcripts are not issued free, it is processed at a price. According to the information available on the Ahmadu Bello University website, the rates are as follows:
|Local Transcript Delivery (within Nigeria) – 10,000 NGN|
|International Transcript Delivery (Outside Nigeria) – 40,000 NGN|
Procedure for ABU Zaria transcript request
To collect your ABU Zaria transcript, you are required to take the following steps:
Those applying for transcript to foreign based institutions are required to make cash payment of N40,000.00 at the University Cash Office. Alternatively, e-payment of $100 could be made on a remita platform through: http://www.remita.net. For this, click on Pay A Federal Government Agency where you will be required to complete a form. Start filling the form by typing Ahmadu Bello University as the name of your MDA. Proceed by clicking pay button at the end of the form to make payment and to complete the process.
For Local transcripts requests, applicants are to make a cash payment of N10,000.00 at the University Cash office or make e-payment of the same amount into the remita platform through:http://www.remita.net.
After obtaining the payment receipt, proceed to the exams Office Room 112, on the first floor of the senate building in the Samaru, main campus.
At the exams office, you are expected to pick and complete a transcript request form. The completed form should be submitted to the Dean’s Office of your faculty.
Remember to write down at the back of payment receipt, the appropriate address of where the transcript is to be sent and your GSM number, before submission.
On submission, you may be requested to make additional payment of N500.00 or N1, 000.00 depending on the different faculty charges.
Procedure for ABU certificates collection
Abusites intending to collect their certificate are required to take the following steps:
Alumni intending to collect their Certificate (s) are required to make cash payment of Six Thousand Naira (N6, 000.00) at the Ahmadu Bello University Micro Finance Bank.
The payment is to be made using 3 tellers for the sum of N2, 000.00 each to the Academic Office, Directorate of Advancement and the National Alumni Association.
After payment, you are to submit copies of the tellers for the Directorate of Advancement and the Alumni Association to the registration officer in the Directorate of University Advancement, Room 26 who shall issue payment receipts.
At the Directorate of Advancement, you are to collect and complete the alumni registration form.
You will then proceed to the cash office, at the ground floor of the Senate Building to present the third teller of N2, 000.00 to enable you to collect a receipt of payment made to the Academic Office as certificate processing fee.
You are to then obtain a screening form from the Exams Office, in Room 112, first floor of the Senate Building, for which you will fill and return with relevant documents such as original copy of statement of results, receipts of cash payments made, and the university identification card.
You will then proceed to the 3rd floor, Room 311, Senate Building, for screening, after which you will return to Room 112 at the Senate Building with proper identification to finally collect the certificate.