KWASU School Fees For Freshers (Indigenes & Non-Indigenes)

KWASU School Fees including acceptance fees, hostel accommodation, and other fees are what you find in this article.

If you are a fresher who has just secured admission at Kwara State University, then this article on Kwara state University fees is a must-read for you. Before we show you the current Kwasu fees as released by the school Management, find below some little details about the school.

About Kwara State University

Kwara State University popularly referred to as KWASU was established in 2009. With over 20,000 students, the school aimed at impacting excellent academic knowledge and morals among its students. The 77th University to be accredited by the Nigerian Universities Commission (NUC) is physically located at P.M.B 15030 Malete, Kwara State, Nigeria.

The school which planned to run 3 campuses currently has only one active campus in Malete while others are still under construction.

Kwara State University Fees (KWASU FEES) List

Once you are given admission into Kwara State University, you are expected to pay your acceptance fees first before you can pay the school fees and accommodation fees. Check out the current Covenant University School Fees

How To Pay for Kwasu acceptance Fee

KWASU acceptance fee is expected to be paid online by each new student that has been given admission. On no account should you give your acceptance fee to someone else or do a bank transfer as it is not recognized by the school.

The KWASU acceptance fee is currently N30,000 with an additional processing fee of N3000 making it N33,000. Follow these steps to pay your acceptance fee.

  • Visit Kwasu official portal:
  • Find PAY ONLINE on your student dashboard page and click on the option
  • Then you will be directed to a payment page asking you to choose the type of payment.
  • Choose Acceptance fees out of all other fees since you are paying your acceptance fees.
  • Select your preferred payment method whether card or bank.
  • Complete your payment and print your evidence of payment.


Find below the current Kwasu fees for freshers whether indigene or non-indigene.

KWASU FEES for the Indigenes

Full Payment is required especially for freshers

  • 100 level students are expected to pay N109,500
  • 200-400Level are expected to pay N99,500

KWASU FEES for the Non-Indigenes

  • 100 level students are expected to pay N200,000
  • 200-400Level are expected to pay N99,500.00

Note: Full payment of school fees is required to be paid by all freshers whether you are an indigene or not. Therefore, no installment payment is allowed especially for freshers.

Kwasu Hostel Accommodation Fees

For students who would like to live in the school hostels, you are expected to pay your acceptance and Kwasu school fees in full before you can pay for the accommodation fee.

Hostel Accommodation fees for both Indigene and Non-indigene is  N35,000.

Other Kwara State University Hidden and Miscellaneous Fees

  • Handbook Fee is N2,500 for all students
  • Payment of N5,000 for every 100 to 300 Level Biochemistry, Tourism, Merchandising, and Hospitality Management students
  • Teaching Practice Exercise fee is N18,000 for 300 Level Education Students
  • Teaching Practice Exercise fee is N20,000 for 400 Level Education Students
  • Payment of N25,000 for fieldwork for all geology students
  • Excursion fee of N9,000 for all students in the College of Agriculture
  • College Professional Registration of N1,000 for all students in the College of Agriculture
  • Farming Practice Training (FPT) of N40,000 for all students in the College of Agriculture
  • College of Education: Teaching Practice N12,000
  • Departmental Levey is N2,500
  • The excursion fee is N1,500
  • Association fees is N5,000
  • E-learning Enhancement Fee is N5,000
  • Awareness Creation Fees is N5,000 for Freshers (100Level)
  • ENACTUS Entrepreneurship for Undergraduates is N10,000 and Postgraduates is N20,000 for all Business Education students

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