UNAM students required to pay half of outstanding fees to write exams

22 Oct 2017 14:50pm
WINDHOEK, 22 OCT (NAMPA) - University of Namibia (UNAM) students with outstanding fees will be allowed to write their examinations on condition that 50 per cent of their tuition fees are settled.
The results of those with outstanding balances will however be withheld.
In a media statement issued Saturday, UNAM Public Relations Officer Simon Namesho said students who fail to write the regular examinations, but are able to make the required 50 per cent payment before 07 November 2017, are eligible to apply for a special examination.
“The special examinations will be the first and last opportunity for the said students,” said the statement.
It further said students should note that direct and electronic deposits into the university’s bank account will only be cleared after two days to enable such students to be admitted for the examinations.
“The university will withhold all examination results for students with outstanding balances on their accounts,” it said.
Students with genuine and deserving special circumstances are encouraged to approach the office of the Dean of Students at their respective campuses.
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