Students To Pay N25,000 For COVID-19 Screening On Entering University Campus - Babcock University

 

Babcock University has scheduled its resumption date on campus, September 20 and 21 for final year students with 4, 5 & 6- year programmes, while others will continue their classes online. The resumption date, however, is in phases. Students in 400 level and above will resume first while students in 200 and 300 Levels will resume much later on October 25th, 2020. The resumption date for 100 Level students is yet to be announced.

Among the safety requirements made by the university to curtail the spread of Covid-19 for students to resume is the compulsory payment of twenty-five thousand naira (N25,000) each. Other requirements are: 

1. Once on campus, students will not be allowed to leave until the period of six weeks to be spent on campus

2. A student who insists on leaving campus for any reason during this period, on return to the campus would be required to go on two weeks isolation. Also, he or she would have to go for additional COVID-19 screening at his or her own cost.

3. To minimize avoidable risks, kindly note that visitation will not be allowed during this period

4. Every student is expected to come with his/her COVID-19 safety kits- at least 1 pack of disposable face mask; or 3 re-usable face mask.

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5. Students who can afford it should come with their infrared thermometer

6. Parents will not be allowed into the University campus as they are expected to drop their children/wards at the designated point around the university gate. The University will be responsible for the transportation of the students from the gate to their halls of residence.

7. Each student is advised to reduce the quantity of his or her luggage since students have a shorter period to stay on campus than usual.

8. Students will be allowed on campus only with proof of payment of school fees or sufficient balance in their account

Source: Nigerianscholars

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