Kyambogo Insists On New Fees Policy


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click geneva;”> In a meeting with the students’ representatives, the council resolved that all students pay their tuition by the six week of the new semester as earlier decided.

The university council argued that delay in payment of the fees by students results into failure to pay suppliers and staff in time on top of delaying release of exams.

“The delay in payment of the tuition has also created room for fraud during registration and examination period,” stressed a member of the university council.

However the council resolved that students who will have paid fifty percent by the sixth week would be allowed to complete the payment by the tenth week of the semester but with a late registration fee.

“Those who fail to pay fifty percent of all fees by eighth week and those who fail to complete payment in the tenth week will be forced to take dead years,” explained the University council member.

Kyambogo University students earlier this week protested against the new policy urging that its not fair to the private students.

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