Taking into consideration the financial hardship imposed by COVID-19 on all of us and most importantly on our students, we are taking proactive measures to assist all our students.
In this regard, we will offer all our students a 6-month payment plan from 15 July to 15 December 2020. This offer will be extended to all returning students, those who are owing fees, students at the dissertation stage and newly admitted students (including provisional admissions).
If the student agrees to this plan, they will be required to sign a 6-month payment plan which ensures that all their fees are completely paid by 15 December 2020.
For more details on how you can be assisted, contact our finance office through Faridah Namatovu (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Vincent Oloya (email@example.com). You can also call our finance office at (+256) 772 202 136.
For assistance on admissions, contact our student registration offices through our Registrar Victoria Ndagire (firstname.lastname@example.org). You can also call our registry at (+256) 772 202 137.
For more on our online courses and registration, please check this page. You can also check out our FAQs section on this page.
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From the office of the Vice Chancellor
Frequently Asked Questions on the Payment Plan:
Q: Who qualifies for this payment plan?
A: All returning students, those who are owing fees, students at the dissertation stage and newly admitted students (including provisional admissions).
Q: How do I enrol for this plan?
A: If you’re interested, you will have to agree to a payment plan with the finance office. This will vary from student to student and according to the fees due or owed. For more, please get in touch with email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org under the email subject: SPECIAL PAYMENT PLAN.
Further email instructions:
Please also make sure to state your name, the course or programme you are pursuing or would wish to pursue at the University in the email body.
If you have any pending invoices, the agreement on special payment will involve breaking them down into manageable instalments over six months for flexible payment.
If you do not know your pending invoice amount or would like to know the entire cost of pursuing the course or programme over the semester, you can request the finance officer to provide you with that information in order for a manageable schedule to be established for the six months period.
Q: How much do I have to I have to pay in instalments?
A: This will be established once you enrol for the plan. To find out how much and when to pay, please get in touch with our finance office for all invoice related matters and payment plans through email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
Q: When do I start paying after enrolling for the plan?
Q: Can I enrol for a course at the university without paying once I sign up to the plan?
A: Yes. Please contact the University Registrar for more guidance on how to proceed at email@example.com
Q: What happens if I fail to complete the instalments by December 15th?
A: Failure to complete or comply with the agreed payment plan and schedules will greatly affect your ability to settle your dues with the University which may lead to the University withholding some services and results.
Q: Do I qualify if I am doing a short course at the University?
A: Yes, however, the payment plans may be shorter than the ones offered to the Postgraduate students. For more, get in touch with firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com under the email subject: SPECIAL PAYMENT PLAN – SHORT COURSES and follow the instructions on how to enrol for the plan.