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1. Monday, 11th January, 2016 Arrival of all students/ Checking into Halls of Residence.
2. Monday, 11th – Tuesday, 12th January, 2016 Medical Tests for all Students
3. Wednesday, 13th – Friday, 15th January, 2016 Orientation Programme (Details to be published later).
4. Monday, 18th January, 2016 Commencement of Lectures
5. Payment School Fees:
Students are required to pay their fees either in full (or in part as specified) on or before the arrival date. Anyone who fails to meet this will not be admitted into the hostel.
6. Documents to be returned to the University, 2016:
Each student is to bring the Affidavit/ Undertaking (already distributed during Matriculation) which should have been duly sworn to and signed in a High Court of Justice.
7. Checking into the Hostels: Students would be required to declare items to be taken into the hostels upon resumption. Details of this will be made available in due course. Also, details of allocation into rooms will be provided ahead of resumption on campus.
8. Items: Students are expected to bring Each student is expected to come along with some items that may provide minimum comfort and stress-free stay in the hall of residence.
See Items To Bring To The Hostel
Each student is expected to come along with some items that may provide minimum comfort and
stress-free stay in the hall of residence. The following items are strongly recommended.
ii. Pillow Cases
iv. Bed sheet – 4” x 7”
v. Mosquito Net
vi. Set of Plastic Cutlery
vii. Plastic Buckets
ix. Torchlight and Batteries
xi. School Bag
xii. Raincoat or Umbrella
xiv. Reading Lamp
xv. Laptop PC
xvi. Feeding/upkeep Allowance
xvii. Writing materials
The following items are prohibited in the Halls of Residence and anywhere on the Campus of Mountain
Top University, and shall not be found in the possession of a student of the University.
i. Indian Hemp/Cigarettes
ii. Charms or fetish objects of any kind
iii. Hard drugs such as cocaine, heroin and other illicit drugs
iv. Alcoholic drinks
v. Lethal weapons (guns, bullets, explosives, etc) or injections
vi. Bottle, knives, fork
vii. Fireworks (knock-out) of any kind
viii. Inflammables and open flame including kerosene lamp, gas, candles, matches, lighter.
ix. Cooking utensils such as hot plates, rice cookers, toasters, micro waves, electric boiling
ring, saucepans, blenders
x. Electrical appliances and electronics such as refrigerators, grillers, hair dryers,
straighteners, TV sets, Video machines, tapes, DVD and VCD players, Computer game (play
station), TV card, antennas.
xi. Any items meant for sale or business activities.
xii. Raw food items.
xiii. Jeans, chinos, corduroy and diabolic materials.
xiv. Ungodly musical tapes, CDs, and mobile phones.
xv. Weight or shot put.
xvi. Condom and contraceptives
xvii. All forms of cult-related materials as bracelets, amulets, talisman, occultic rings, waist
beads, bands, etc.
xviii. Materials that have diabolical connotations.
xix. Unconventional clothing materials carrying inexplicable signs and symbols.
xx. Signs and emblems of known cults or secret societies/organisations in other
Universities/Institutions in Nigeria or elsewhere.
xxi. Body signs such as incisions, lacerations/cuts, piercing/perforations of parts of the body,
strange shaping of beards/haircut, etc.
xxii. Other contraband items that may be specified or published from time to time.