CRUTECH 2018 Matriculation Date Released

Update: New Matriculation Date is the 9th and 10th of April, 2018

The 2017/2018 16th matriculation ceremony of the Cross River University of Technology will be coming up in a few weeks. In a press release signed by the school registrar, Mr. Gabriel Beshel, the date for this ceremony was slated for the 8th and 9th of March (Update: 9th and 10th of April), 2018. Calabar and Obubra on the 9th, Ogoja and Okuku on the 10th.

A few pointers as to what this means for the new students.

  1. If you fail to pay your school fee on or before midnight of 7th March (update: 8th April), you will forfeit your admission.
  2. You will officially become a student of the school.
  3. You will be given an identification number which is called your Matriculation Number (or matric number).

We will soon publish the matriculation requirements including a detailed procedure on how you can get your matriculation gown.

Frequently Asked Questions:

  • Will I have to pay for my matriculation gown? Ans: Yes
  • Must I attend the ceremony? Ans: No
  • Will I be given a matriculation number even without attending? Ans: Ofcourse, you will!

Any more question? Please ask below.

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